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Old 03-26-2008, 02:45 PM   #1 (permalink)
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I am trying to deploy some software via BES. I have previously deployed the DST patch and that worked fine. Now I want to deploy Google Maps and have downloaded the files put them in the correct directory run Loader /Index which created the xml files etc but when I go to BES Software Configuration and create the config I cannot see the google apps under Application Software. I can see the DST patch from previous deployment but not the Google stuff.
Can anyone suggest what I am doing wrong. Have tried re-indexing Google app but still nothing showing up in BES
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Old 03-28-2008, 05:00 AM   #2 (permalink)
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In order for it to index properly you need an alx file. Have you got this in the same directory?
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Old 03-28-2008, 06:04 AM   #3 (permalink)
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Is Google maps in it's own directory with it's own .alx?

Something like...

<~~path-to-software~~>\Shared\Applications\GoogleMaps

Are you running the loader.exe from the same path?

Something like

<~~path-to-software~~>\AppLoader\loader.exe /index

Does a .pkg and .xml file get created in

<~~path-to-software~~>\Shared\Applications\GoogleMaps

What is in the .pkg and .xml files?

You could also try doing a /reindex as well as a /index?

Or delete the .pkg .xml files if they exist and just /index again.

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Thanks for help guys you gave me the answer. I opened alx file and found that it was referring to subdirectory structure for various versions. I in my 'wisdom' had deleted the subdirectories and just gone with the files for the version I was deploying. Once I put directories back and re-indexed it worked a treat. More haste less speed is my motto today <g>
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