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Application Packaging Developer's Guide
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Verifying and Transferring a Package (Task Map)

The table below describes the steps you should follow in order to verify your package's integrity and transfer it to a distribution medium.

Table 4-1 Verifying and Transferring a Package Task Map



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1. Build Your Package

Build your package on disk.

Chapter 2, Building a Package

2. Install Your Package

Test your package by installing it and making sure that it installs without errors.

How to Install a Package on a Standalone System or Server

3. Verify Your Package's Integrity

Use the pkgchk command to verify the integrity of your package.

How to Verify the Integrity of a Package

4. Obtain Other Package Information

Optional. Use the pkginfo and pkgparam commands to perform package-specific verification.

Displaying Additional Information About Installed Packages

5. Remove the Installed Package

Use the pkgrm command to remove your installed package from the system.

How to Remove a Package

6. Transfer Your Package to a Distribution Medium

Use the pkgtrans command to transfer your package (in package format) to a distribution medium.

How to Transfer a Package to a Distribution Medium

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