Managing Applications

3 minute readReferenceAutomation

CloudBees CD/RO provides access to a wide range of application component management functionality and information.

Accessing application management features

Use one of the following methods to access these features:

  • From the CloudBees CD/RO UI, browse to https://<cloudbees-cd-server>/ and select Deployment Automation Applications from the main menu.

  • From the CloudBees CD/RO Flow UI: browse to https://<cloudbees-cd-server>/flow/ and select Deployment Automation Applications from the main menu.

  • From the Automation Platform UI, browse to https://<cloudbees-flow-server>/commander/ and select Projects from the main menu. Locate the project of interest from the project list. Select the link in the Applications column to get the list of applications for that project.

Use the information detailed below to view and manage application components.

Applications
Figure 1. Applications
1Edit an application or process run instance by:
  • Selecting the application name or Application data application information.

  • Selecting the process run instance name link, Application data run instance information, or three-dots three-dots.

2Review application process run status.
3Modify specific application parameters by:
  • Reviewing application components information by selecting components components.

  • Editing the application process model by selecting the application process name or Processes processes.

  • Modifying application environment map by selecting environment environment.

4Manage the application list by:
  • Removing applications by selecting Delete delete.

  • Choosing all applications by clicking Select all select all.

  • Creating a new application by selecting Add New new application.

5Manage the application by:

Editing applications

Access the application editing functionality using one of the one of the following methods:

  • Selecting the application name link on the Applications page.

  • Selecting Application editor from the View view on the Applications page.

Use the information detailed below to view and manage applications.

Application editor
Figure 2. Edit application
1Choose an editing feature by:
  • Toggling between editors by selecting Application editor or DSL editor.

  • Navigating to the application process run by selecting Application process runs.

  • Managing application snapshots by selecting Snapshots snapshot.

2Manage applications by:
  • Editing application properties by selecting Property browser property browser.

  • Adding a new tier by selecting blue plus add tier or Tier Tier.

  • Using these tier management functions by selecting three-dots three-dots:

    • Details

    • Requirements

    • Add component

    • Access control

    • Change history

    • Delete

3Modify application processes by:
  • Adding a process by selecting Add process add process or Application process runs process.

  • Modify application process model by selecting the process name or model process process process modeling.

  • Using these process management features by selecting three-dots three-dots:

    • Details

    • Parameters

    • Properties

    • Access control

    • Change history

    • Delete

4Modify application environments by:
  • Adding new environment or resource by selecting Add add or Map Map.

  • Running the application in an environment by selecting Run run.

  • Modify environment map by selecting three-dots three-dots.

5Manage applications by:
  • Selecting three-line to access the following features related to the application:

    • Details

    • DSL Export

    • Properties

    • Notifications

    • Access Control

    • Change History

    • Delete

  • Running application in all environments by selecting Run run.

Managing application process runs

Use one of the following ways to access Application process runs features:

  • From the CloudBees CD/RO UI, browse to https://<cloudbees-cd-server>/ and select Deployment Automation Application process runs from the main menu.

  • From the CloudBees CD/RO Flow UI, browse to https://<cloudbees-cd-server>/flow/ and select Deployment Automation Application process runs from the main menu.

  • From the Applications listing page select Application process runs from the View view menu.

  • From the Application editor page select the app proc run icon Application process runs.

Use the information detailed below to view and manage application process runs.

Application process run
Figure 3. Application process runs
1Choose an application management feature by:
  • Toggling between editors by selecting Application editor or DSL editor.

  • Managing application snapshots by selecting Snapshots.

2Manage process run by:
  • Reviewing a run instance by selecting the instance name or Info instance information.

  • Removing process run instances by selecting the instance checkbox and then selecting Delete jobs.

3Use this information to monitor application process run status.
4Use these features to manage the application by:
  • Navigating to the application process editor by selecting the process name.

  • Navigating to the environment editor setting by selecting the environment name.

  • Selecting three-dot three-dots to access the following features related to the application process runs:

    • Run - Use to run the application process again with the same parameters.

    • Stop - Use to halt running application process.

    • Properties

    • Parameters

    • Details

    • Delete

Managing application process run details

Access the application run details using of following methods:

Use the information detailed below to view and manage application process runs details.

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Figure 4. Application run details
1Review job details by selecting the instance name.
2View specific job data by selecting the job name or three-dots three-dots.
3Review job run status information.
4Manage the application run by:
  • Stopping process run by selecting Abort.

  • Re-run application process with the same parameters by selecting Re-run Re-run.