Step 3: Deploy Marked Targets - trillium_quality - 17.2

Trillium Director User Guide

Product type
Software
Product family
Trillium
Product
Trillium > Trillium Quality
Version
17.2
Language
English
Product name
Trillium Quality
Title
Trillium Director User Guide
Topic type
Overview
Installation
How Do I
Configuration
Administration
Reference
First publish date
2008

After the configuration files have been generated, you are ready to deploy the project.

Note: If a project has been previously deployed, before re-deploying that project you should move, rename or delete the existing deployed project files on the target system. Overwriting an existing deployed project is not recommended.

To deploy a project

  1. In the Project Deployment Manager, click Check for errors.

    Errors, or a success message, will display in the Pre-deployment and deployment related errors and messages box. If there are no errors for the selected host, the host will be flagged with “Yes” in the Deployable column of the host list box.

    Once there are zero errors for a specific host, the project is ready to be deployed on that host.

  2. In the list of target hosts near the top of the window, use the Mark column to indicate hosts to which the project should be deployed.

    Figure 1. Mark Host for Deployment Mark Host for Deployment
    Note: For projects that will be deployed manually, refer to Deploying Manually before continuing.
  3. Click Deploy Marked Targets. When a project is deployed, the Project Deployment Manager creates a directory on the host and places a copy of all of the project configuration files and all other project files (DDL, DDT, DDX, STT, STX) in that directory. It also creates a zip file containing project files.

A message indicates the number of successfully and unsuccessfully deployed hosts.

If deployment fails due to a security problem on the target system, enable the Override failed login, the host(s) that failed will be manually deployed option, then manually deploy, as described in Deploying Manually.

 

For Linux users and Windows users who have deployed to their local system, once a project has been deployed you are ready to create the cleanser and matcher servers to be used with this project, as described in Creating and Managing Servers .

Windows users who have deployed to a remote Windows system must run a script to generate the parsing rules tables before creating cleanser and matcher servers, as described in the next section.