Because there are changes to repository objects the SRF files are different so

Because there are changes to repository objects the

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Because there are changes to repository objects, the SRF files are different, so the administrator adds the updated SRF file (now renamed as siebel.srf) to ADM package 2 as a file item, then redeploys ADM package 2, and also deploys ADM package 1. After reviewing the customizations updates in the test environment and verifying the correct application of the customizations, the administrator deploys and activates the ADM packages to the production environment. After activation, the new and updated changes are now available to the business users of the Siebel application, with minimal downtime. Because this type of deployment requires downtime, it is recommended that it take place outside working hours. The actual length of time to deploy to the production environment depends on the volume of data being deployed and can be determined during the deployment to the test environment, factoring in the differences between the test environment and the production environment. Scenario for a Major Functional Update Using ADM This topic is part of “Business Case Scenarios for Siebel ADM” on page 111 . This topic gives one example of how Application Deployment Manager (ADM) can be used. You may use ADM differently, depending on your business model. A Siebel administrator reviews the current production deployment on a quarterly basis, based on user feedback and management reviews of current business practices. At this time, a major functional update is planned to implement new features and business processes. This internal release includes customizations and compiled repository objects, as described in “Scenario for a Minor Functional Update Using ADM” on page 112 , and changes to the database schema. A repository migration is not used for this limited repository update.
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Siebel Application Deployment Manager Guide Version 8.1, Rev. B Guidelines for Deploying Siebel ADM Business Case Scenarios for Siebel ADM 114 In this scenario, a Siebel administrator creates multiple ADM packages similar to the “Scenario for a Minor Functional Update Using ADM” on page 112 . In a refreshed test environment, the Siebel administrator logs all users off the system, deploys the ADM package containing the schema changes, shuts down the Siebel Enterprise Server, then synchronizes the database with the repository schema. Restarting the target Siebel Enterprise Server, the administrator then deploys and activates the remaining ADM customizations. For information on running a synchronization on a new or updated schema, see Going Live with Siebel Business Applications . After reviewing the customizations updates in the test environment and verifying the correct application of the customizations, the administrator deploys and activates the ADM package to the production environment in a similar fashion.
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