Apama 10.3 | Apama Documentation | Building and Using Apama Dashboards | Dashboard Deployment | Deploying Dashboards | Additional steps for display server deployments
Additional steps for display server deployments
For thin client deployments you need to provide the Apama dashboard display server with access to the resources used by the dashboard. When the display server builds the displays for users, it requires the .rtv files, images, and other files used by the dashboards.
For display server deployments, copy your project's dashboard directory (the directory that contains the project's .rtv files) to the system on which you want to deploy. By default, the display server looks for the deployed project files from its current working directory or from the APAMA_WORK/dashboards directory
You need to copy the dashboard project directory, as well as its contents. So, for example, if your dashboard files on the development system are apama-work/dashboards/MyProject/*.rtv, they might be located here on the deployment machine:
In this case, run the display server from deploy-dir, the parent of the dashboard project directory. Do not run the display server from the directory MyProject.
You can also run the display server by using the command-line option --dashboardDir folder. If this option is used, then the display server does not required to be run from the APAMA_WORK/dashboards directory. The deployed project directory described above will be expected under the folder argument.
Note that the Dashboard Deployment Configuration Editor automatically copies a project's dashboard files to a directory named after the project under the APAMA_WORK\dashboards folder. By default, the display_server process will be running in the APAMA_WORK\dashboards directory so the project files will be picked up automatically.

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