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Oracle Policy Automation Maximum Deployments
Answer ID 7975   |   Last Review Date 12/13/2019

What should be done when the maximum number of deployments in Oracle Policy Automation is exceeded?


Oracle Policy Automation, November 2016 release


Starting with the August 2015 release of Oracle Policy Automation,  a maximum number of active deployments is enforced.  The limit as of the May 2016 release is set to 240 active deployments.  An activation is a policy model deployed as an interview or a web service. A single policy model deployed as an interview and a web service counts as two activations. A policy model deployed as a web service, even when deployed as both an interview service and as assess services, only counts as one activation. If you want to deploy a policy model as an interview or a web service and you are at the maximum number of activations for that Oracle Policy Automation site, you must deactivate some policy models first.

For more details, see Deactivate a deployed project.

After deactivating unnecessary deployments, should you determine that additional deployments beyond the maximum are still necessary, submit a service request to request the additional number required.

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