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Normal Course: 1. The user triggers the build application to perform a build. 2. The application prepares an environment for performing the build process and publishing results and outputs. 3. The application supplies versioning information applicable to the system for use during compilation, management, and publishing. (See Alternative Course 3.1.) 4. The application compiles the system software. 5. The application performs unit testing and compiles other reports on the status of the software. 6. The application creates documentation based on the output of the software compilation. 7. The application publishes the software system assets in an identifiable package and sends a message to the user. Alternative Courses: 3.1 Where no versioning is required, then a default version number is used that does not impact the regular versioning system. Exceptions: E1. All failures. Process stops immediately and sends message to user. (See Exception E2.) E2. Unit testing. Process produces report on failing unit tests and then stops and sends message to user.
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Use Case ID: UC2 Use Case Name: Deploy System Description: The user triggers a system deploy through an application interaction. The application requires no further interaction. The application follows a series of steps to perform a deployment of a system based on the assets delivered from UC1. Once complete, a message is displayed to the user and the system is available for use. Preconditions: The software system assets are available in an identifiable package resulting from UC1. Postconditions: The system is deployed and available for use.
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Normal Course: 1. The user triggers the deploy application to perform a deploy. 2. The application selects the correct deployment package. (See Alternative Course 2.1.) 3. The application gets the correct deployment package and unpackages it. 4. The application selects the correct environment information for deployment. 5. The application prepares the environment based on the information in step 4. 6. The application positions the software system assets in the prepared environment. 7. The application performs any additional configuration steps required by the assets and/or the selected environment. 8. The application sends a message to the user. Alternative Courses: 2.1 Where no versioning is required, a default version number is used that does not impact the regular versioning system. Exceptions: E1. All failures. Process stops immediately and sends message to user.
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The use cases held for most of the work in the book, though in fact the implementation detail changed over time as we included new tools (NAnt and CCNet) and new facets to the implementation (database integration and code generation). Once again, though, these use cases, much like the Design to Deliver initiative, form a good foundation to remind those involved of the core principles behind the introduction of the delivery processes.
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In order to implement the defined solution, in this book we used NAnt and CruiseControl.NET to perform the required functions. We identified other options as well, though we also considered the maturity of NAnt and CCNet as products. When applied to the solution, the interactions of these applications appear as shown in Figure 10-1, though there are simpler versions (without CCNet) and more complex versions (once Red Gate tools and code generation are included in the process).
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Figure 10-1. The automated process interactions
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Throughout the book, we have assumed that our software resides on a single host machine. This is unlikely, and probably ill advised in a production environment. Once CCNet and NAnt are implemented for the processes, the deployment may span several servers: CCNet server. This server would have NAnt, CCNet, and VSS installed and would be responsible for running the build processes. Additionally, the CCNet web dashboard would run on this server. Repository server. This server would actually hold the VSS databases far away from any running processes (such as the CCNet server). The source control server should not be running any other process. The repository server could also maintain the actual build and deploy scripts, although they would be accessible from the CCNet server. Deployment servers. Deployment scripts can be used to deploy systems remotely when a deployment scenario is simple, but when component registration (for example) is required, then the deployment can only take place on the target machine. In this case, NAnt should be present on the deployment server, with the scripts and assets accessible from this (or some proxy) location. We have expanded on NAnt to provide additional functionality and have discovered that NAnt is in fact well placed to provide such functionality. We have also incorporated tools such as Red Gate SQL Bundle into the process to tackle some of the more complex aspects of delivery: in this case, database integration. Finally, we have looked at removing effort from the delivery process implementation through the use of code-generation techniques.
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