Last activity: 30 Aug 2019 2:14 EDT
Can the Release Manager be installed on the Dev system?
We have one Pega 7.4 development instance. Can we use this instance both as the development environment and Release Manager? This means that we will install PegaDevOpsFoundation and PegaDeploymentManager components on the same instance. Will this work?
Yes development environment and Release Manager can be hosted in single instance. Ensure that production repository is accessible from development instance also.
Release notes and documentation can be found at: https://community.pega.com/marketplace/applications/deployment-manager
I am trying to set up the CI/CD pipeline on 7.4 personal edition. I am using the same instance as Development and also Release Manager. However, when I diagnose the pipeline, I get the error "404 error encountered while reaching the candidate system". I have attached the screenshot of the Environment details, results of pipeline diagnosis and the pipeline model configured.
I am not sure if I am missing anything here. Any help with this is greatly appreciated.
I am assuming you have performed enabling the operators (DMReleaseAdmin and DMAppAdmin), and also logged-in with those operators for the first-time. I am also assuming the auth profiles (DMReleaseAdmin and DMAppAdmin) are updated with the respective user passwords. Also, the service packages (cicd and api) are to be appropriately enabled / disabled based on the protocol supported by the system (http / https). The default is enabled to support or connect to https only.
In the environment details, the auth profile mentioned needs to have access to the DevOps Pipeline Foundation application.
Just take a look at the Troubleshooting Tip provided, and see if any more details are available in the logs.
Thanks for the inputs Chaitra. We had to make some configuration changes and the pipeline is now working.
We are able to have the dev and orchestrator on the same instance of Pega.
Can you share how did you achieved this. It would be of great help.
Below post will help you to understand.
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