Checking the results of deployment in a custom integration application

When you deploy from a custom integration application, you can check the results of that action.

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Code your application to test the results of the deployment actions that it takes. For example:
DeployResult dr = eg.deploy("", true, 30000);
System.out.println("Overall result = "+dr.getCompletionCode());

// Display log messages
Enumeration logEntries = dr.getLogEntries();
while (logEntries.hasMoreElements()) {
  LogEntry le = (LogEntry)logEntries.nextElement();
  System.out.println("General message: " + le.getDetail());

The deploy method blocks other processes until the integration node responds to the deployment request. When the method returns, the DeployResult object represents the outcome of the deployment at the time when the method returned; the object is not updated by the IBM® Integration API.

If the deployment message could not be sent to the integration node, a ConfigManagerProxyLoggedException exception is thrown at the time of the deployment. If the integration node receives the deployment message, log messages for the overall deployment are displayed, followed by completion codes specific to each integration node that is affected by the deployment. The completion code that is shown in the following table is one of the static instances from the CompletionCodeType class.

Completion code Description
pending The deployment is held in a batch and is not sent until you call BrokerProxy.sendUpdates().
submitted The deployment message was sent to the integration node, but no response was received before the timeout period expired.
success The integration node successfully completed the deployment.
failure The integration node generated one or more errors during deployment. You can call the getLogEntries() method of the DeployResult class to get more information about the deployment failure. This method returns a list of available LogEntry objects.