1 Reply Latest reply on Aug 10, 2010 2:08 AM by amateur85

    Code deployment and sync up issues between managed servers in Clustered enviroment

    amateur85 Level 1

      Hi,

       

      We have been using automated way of tranferring process orchestations between diffrent environment. Essentailly this involves deployment of LCA archives, from a devlopment environment to other test environments. Both the creation of LCAs archives (from source env.) and deployment (at target) is done through ANT scripts. For creation and/or deployment we have been using the soap endpoint like http://<server-address>:<port-num>. Ex. http://10.xx.xx.xx:8001 (address of the adminui of LC server)

      ## ========= Transport independant configuration =================
      DSC_SERVER_TYPE=WebLogic
      DSC_CREDENTIAL_USERNAME=administrator
      DSC_CREDENTIAL_PASSWORD=************

      ## ========== SOAP configuration ============================###
      DSC_TRANSPORT_PROTOCOL=SOAP
      DSC_DEFAULT_SOAP_ENDPOINT=http://10.xx.xx.xxx:8001

      After the deployment is completed we invoke the LC Service through a soap-call (from a portal application )
      and this has worked fine always,in an standlone server.The updation of the LC archives involves removal and
      re-deployment of archives from the target env.


      Now that in our test env. is CLUSTERED one, wherein we have one AdminServer and two managed server instances.
      As a practise we have shared appropriate "GDS" folders across 2 servers. The deployment of LCAs archives is done on
      the endpoint pointing to Admin server(i.e DSC_DEFAULT_SOAP_ENDPOINT, as above), and as expected the code presence
      can be found out on both the servers. Now as, we invoke LC service from a external portal application,
      the behavior is intermittent. While sometimes, it gives back a response as expected,in others , it just gives
      an entirely diffrent responses,eventhough the request parameters are exactly same in all the requests.

      So can anyone plz.point out where's the problem creeping in ?