Install Uninstall tab for a component template

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The Install/Uninstall tab lets you associate Batch Jobs with a component template. After you make these associations, you can run the Batch Job to create a component or application on a target device or to delete a component or application.

After you associate install and uninstall Batch Jobs with a component template, you can install components or applications. For more information, see Installing or uninstalling a component.

Associating Batch Jobs with a component template lets you manage the full life cycle of a component or application. The Batch Job can run any type of job necessary to deploy parts of a component or application. Then the Batch Job can run a Discovery Job to create the component or application. Similarly, for uninstalls the Batch Job can delete all parts of a component or application and then run a Discovery Job to classify the existing component or application as invalid.

These Batch Jobs can include any combination of BLPackage Deploy, File Deploy, and Network Shell Script Jobs needed to create or uninstall components or applications. The Batch Job must also include either a Component Discovery Job or an Application Discovery Job. Application Discovery Jobs are only available if you have the BMC BMC Application Automation product installed. Typically, discovery jobs run last in the Batch Job sequence, although that is not a requirement. A Discovery Job cannot be the first job in a Batch Job.

When you associate a Batch Job with a component template, the system validates the structure of the Batch Job when you save or export the template or when you run an install or uninstall of the template.

Field definitions

Installer Batch Job

Identifies the Batch Job to use to install components or applications.

Uninstaller Batch Job

Identifies the Batch Job to use to uninstall components or applications.

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