Creating application processes#

You can use application processes to deploy or to roll back components.

  1. Display the Create an Application Process dialog box (Applications > select application > Processes > Create Process), and enter the following information:

    Field Description
    Name and Description Typically the name and description correspond to the application you plan on deploying.Note: You must specify a unique name. Your application process name cannot contain the same sequence of alphanumeric characters with different capitalization as an existing application process.

| |Inventory Management|If you want to handle inventory manually, select Advanced. To have inventory that is handled automatically, leave the default value, Automatic, selected. See Inventories.| |Offline Agent Handling|Specify how the process reacts if expected agents are offline: - Check Before Execution: checks to see whether expected agents are online before you start the process. If agents are offline, the process does not run. - Use All Available; Report Failure: process runs while at least one agent is online; reports any failed deployments because of offline agents. Useful for rollbacks or configuration deployments. - Always Report Success: process runs while at least one agent is online; reports successful deployments. | |Required Role|Use this list to select the role that a user must have to run the process. You will need to be in the required role for the team on the environment you are trying to run the process on. For more information, see Roles and permissions. The default value is None.| |Disable Deploying Snapshots|Allows you to create an application process that deploys component versions only. On enabling the option, you are forced to specify the component versions while deploying applications and alerts you that snapshot deployments are disabled.|

  1. Save your work.

Edit the process in the process editor. See Editing processes.

Parent topic: Application processes