User Guide : Packaging and Deploying Integration Artifacts
 
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Packaging and Deploying Integration Artifacts
You can create deployable packages from existing projects. A package is an archive file that contains all the artifacts that are required to run a map or process. The format of a package is a .djar file.
If compatibility mode is disabled (default state), then the new package can be created using a Runtime Configuration file (*.process.rtc or *.map.rtc). If compatibility mode is enabled, then the new package can be created using a *.ip.xml file. The selected process and any artifacts referenced by the process are automatically added to the package list. You can add additional artifacts to the package after creating the initial package inventory file.
The .djar package file includes all the DataConnect Studio IDE artifacts involved with a map or process in a single file so that you can deploy it to a server where it can be run with the djengine.
To create a package, you must first create a package inventory file and then use this file to create a package.
This section provides information about the following:
Specifying Package File Location
Creating a Package (.djar File) When Compatibility Mode is Disabled
Creating a Package (.djar File) When Compatibility Mode is Enabled
Deploying Design Artifacts