Release Automation

  • 1.  New actions in Lisa

    Posted 05-29-2014 05:50 PM

    I am currently working in Lisa for automating a deployment and I am missing actions for WLST to proceed . So, can you let me know if you can create new actions/ upload existing ones in Lisa related to WLST?

  • 2.  RE: New actions in Lisa

    Posted 05-29-2014 06:31 PM

    Are you looking to import the CA provided WebLogic action pack or are you trying to create your own WebLogic actions?

  • 3.  Re: RE: New actions in Lisa

    Broadcom Employee
    Posted 07-02-2014 08:54 PM

    Hi  Deepras

    Please find how to manage Action Packs in Release Operations Center

    The inventory of action templates is managed and viewed from Action Management in the Administration tab. Action packages include standard actions, technology-specific actions, and customized actions. Packages are collections of category groups. Each category represents a group of action templates that have a common usage.


    Note: Managing action packs require the user to have a Superuser authorization.

    Action Management provides the following viewing and management tabs:

    §  Available Packs
    This tab displays the action packs that are available for download to your system. As a convenience, your system synchronizes with the CA server and lists newly published action packs in the Available Packs listing. These packages are denoted with new icons and are displayed above the alphabetically sorted packages.
    To download a package, click the check box for the package, click Download, and follow the prompts to download and install automatically the package to your system.

    §  Installed Packs
    This tab displays the action packs that are installed or have been imported to your system. From this tab you can:

    §  View the action packs currently installed on your system.

    §  View action lists. To display all actions within a package, click the action pack name link to display the documentation.

    §  Import action packs from a local server. If, for example, your Release Automation server is not connected to the internet for security protocol, you can import the package from another server. You must also import all customized action packs. Click Import and navigate to the local file, such as the FTP site or The packages are often .jar files. Manually download and install the package.

    §  Delete action packs. To remove action packs from your system, click the check box for the package and click Delete. Note: An action pack deleted in the Release Operations Center is also removed from the repository.

    §  Update action packs. Installed packages with newer versions are identified though an update icon. Click the check box for the package, click Update, and follow the prompts to replace your package with the latest published version.

           Hope this will you, let us know if you need any further information.



  • 4.  Re: New actions in Lisa

    Broadcom Employee
    Posted 07-03-2014 04:33 AM

    Hi Deepras,

    Can you please provide some details about the action you are requesting. It will be great if you can share information below.


    1: What is action expected to do?


    You can always go ahead and can create a custome action if you are currently block, also if its possible to execute the action via command line/ssh you can use these action of RA for timebeing.