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Configuring candidate systems

Configure each system that is used for the development, QA, staging, and production stage in the pipeline.

To configure candidate systems, complete the following steps:

  1. On each candidate system, add the PegaDevOpsFoundation application to your application stack.

    1. In the header of Dev Studio, click the name of your application, and then click Definition.

    2. In the Built on application section, click Add application.

    3. In the Name field, press the Down arrow key and select PegaDevOpsFoundation.

    4. In the Version field, press the Down arrow key and select the version of Deployment Manager that you are using.

    5. Click Save.

  2. If your system is not configured for HTTPS, verify that TLS/SSL settings are not enabled on the api and cicd service packages.

    1. Click Records Integration-Resources Service Package .

    2. Click api.

    3. On the Context tab, verify that the Require TLS/SSL for REST services in this package check box is cleared.

    4. Click RecordsIntegration-ResourcesService Package.

    5. Click cicd.

    6. On the Context tab, verify that the Require TLS/SSL for REST services in this package check box is cleared.

  3. To use a product rule for your target application, test application, or both, other than the default rules that are created by the New Application wizard, on the development system, create product rules that define the test application package and the target application package that will be moved through repositories in the pipeline.

    For more information, see Creating a product rule that includes associated data by using the Create menu.

    When you use the New Application wizard, a default product rule for your target application is created that has the same name as your application. Additionally, if you are using a test application, a product rule is created with the same name as the target application, with _Tests appended to the name.

Configure repositories through which to move artifacts in your pipeline. For more information, see Creating repositories on the orchestration server and candidate systems

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