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public interface DeploymentRepresents a deployment that is already present in the process repository. A deployment is a container for resources such as process definitions, images, forms, etc. When a deployment is 'deployed' through the
RepositoryService, the engine will recognize certain of such resource types and act upon them (e.g. process definitions will be parsed to an executable Java artifact). To create a Deployment, use the
DeploymentBuilder. A Deployment on itself is a read-only object and its content cannot be changed after deployment (hence the builder that needs to be used).
- Tom Baeyens, Joram Barrez
All Methods Instance Methods Abstract Methods Modifier and Type Method Description
getTenantId()Returns the id of the tenant this deployment belongs to.
java.lang.String getTenantId()Returns the id of the tenant this deployment belongs to. Can be
nullif the deployment belongs to no single tenant.