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The third way is to deploy using media. The last scenario that we can imagine is that from the
Development System, we generate a set of CDs. We can use it to deploy on the Target
System. It means that installing the solution using CDs which contains setup programs and
files needed. To do that we can use Solution Launcher.
We remind you about this topic in Chapter 7, “Packaging a solution” on page 165.
In any other cases of deployment, both locally and remotely, we use the Deployment wizard
tool as well.
8.5.1 Scenario 1: Deploying to a local system
We describe step-by-step deployment of the Trade6 application on a local Windows system.
Remember that we have both development and deployment environments on this system
(refer to Chapter 6, “Developing a wrapper” on page 91 for development tasks):
1. Click Start → Programs → IBM Express Runtime 2.1 → Deployment Wizard.
2. Click File → Open. By default, Deployment Wizard opens in the directory,
3. Locate the Trade6 solution (.ser) file (see Figure 8-14).
Secure Key: You must specify the same secure phrase on the staging server and each
target computer in order for the authentication to be successful. The secure phrase can
be any combination of alphanumeric characters and can be any length. Make the
phrase something you can remember, but not something that is easy for someone else
to guess. If a staging server makes five consecutive attempts to deploy to a target
computer without correctly matching security keys, the security keys on the target
computer will be deleted. You must then go to the target computer and create the
security keys again using the Key Manager utility.
The Key Manager utility protects against unauthorized use.