The Site type organizes Services and represents a cohesive Business Service. Site provides a means to execute life cycle actions across a group of Services from a single point of control. Sites can nest other Sites. Sites can also be controlled via Updater during end-to-end build and deployment processes.
A Site can be registered in XML using the project.xml format. Here is an example.
File listing: site.xml
<?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8"?> <!DOCTYPE project PUBLIC "-//ControlTier Software Inc.//DTD Project Document 1.0//EN" "project.dtd"> <project> <!-- ** ** Define the Site ** --> <deployment type="Site" name="appTier" description="The application server tier." startuprank="1"> </deployment> </project>
You can load this XML file using the ProjectBuilder load-objects command like so:
ctl -p project -m ProjectBuilder -c load-objects -- -filename site.xml
Use the ProjectBuilder
find-objects command to list all "Site" instances:
$ ctl -p demo -m ProjectBuilder -c find-objects -- -type Site | |--(Site) appTier
For a graphical alternative, you can use the Graphical resource editor and view the sites there.
Go to the Site list. You will see it list all sites.
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