6 Replies Latest reply on Aug 5, 2016 1:55 AM by ses RSS
    ses Apprentice

    Deployed package's status

    Hi,

    I have created a package, and then published.

    After deploying the package, and when I verify the status of deployment its showing as "Started".

     

    What we are expecting is "Completed",

      • Re: Deployed package's status
        ses Apprentice

        Hi,

        (Please ignore previous message)

        I have created a package, and then published, using SoftwareContentManagement.

        After deploying the package, and when I verify the status of deployment its showing as "Started".

         

        What we are expecting is "Completed", so that we will be able to tranfer package to a remote Asset(Device)

        [Pre condition: Java SDK is UP and connected with TW Server]

          • Re: Deployed package's status
            ttielebein Collaborator

            Hello, can you tell me, is the Lua file contained within the package executing at all? What is your version of ThingWorx and ThingWorx Utilities?

             

            Thanks!

            Tori

              • Re: Deployed package's status
                ses Apprentice

                Hi Tori,

                 

                We haven't included a Lua script along with the package.

                Is Lua script mandatory with packages deployed?

                If yes, can I get a sample script with minimum configurations.

                 

                The versions we used are as follows;

                ThingWorx-Utilities-7-1-0

                ThingWorx-7.1.2-b6

                 

                Thanks,

                Sujith

                  • Re: Deployed package's status
                    ses Apprentice

                    Hi Experts, Any update on this thread?

                    • Re: Deployed package's status
                      ttielebein Collaborator

                      Hello,

                       

                      The purpose of package deployment is to run a lua script on the LSR on each remote device (i.e. asset) which is selected in the deployment process. If no lua script is provided, then there will be no update to the status of the deployment in Software Content Manager, as far as I know.

                       

                      This KCS article describes some related behavior to the status not updating, and this is why I think it would not update if no lua script is provided. The Jira in that article is still under investigation, though, so that article will be updated soon with more information specific to that issue.

                       

                      Here is Help Center documentation on the Lua Script Resource (LSR) and related links on its usage.

                       

                      Hope this helps!

                      Tori