Deploy a Model Deployment Package by Using the Wizard
Applies To: SQL Server 2016 Preview
Use the Master Data Services model deployment wizard to deploy packages that contain model objects only. If you need to deploy a package with data, see Deploy a Model Deployment Package by Using MDSModelDeploy.
Packages can be deployed to the edition of SQL Server they were created in only. This means that packages created in SQL Server 2012 cannot be deployed to SQL Server 2014.
To perform this procedure:
You must have permission to access the System Administration functional area in the target Master Data Services environment.
A model deployment package must exist. For more information, see Create a Model Deployment Package by Using the Wizard.
You must be an administrator in the environment where you are deploying the model. For more information, see Administrators (Master Data Services).
To deploy a model deployment package of model objects only
In Master Data Services, click System Administration.
On the Model View page, from the menu bar, point to System and click Deployment.
On the Model Deployment Wizard, click Deploy.
Find your deployment package (.pkg file) and click Open.
After the package is loaded, click Next.
If the model already exists, you can update it by selecting Update the existing model. To create a new model, select Create a new model and after you click Next you can type a name for the new model.
Click Finish to exit the wizard.
If a subscription view in the package has the same name as a subscription view in an existing model, this warning is displayed: Deployer subscription view renamed. In addition, the view is created as modelname.subscriptionviewname. If this name is already in use, the subscription view is not created.
The deployment process has four steps:
The model objects are created.
Subscription views are created.
Business rules are created.
When creating a new or cloned model, if the process fails during any step, the model is deleted.
When updating a model, if the process fails during any of the first three steps, it does not proceed beyond that step; however, changes that are already made are not rolled back.
File attributes, and user and group permissions are not included in model deployment packages. After you deploy a model, you must update these manually. For more information, see: