A provisioning action is a set of actions that get executed when you provision a particular component instance.
Provisioning actions can be used to automate configurations that are commonly applied in your environments. For example, you might run a script for changing certain environment settings, then update a settings file via FTP. You could use a provisioning action to add or erase data in a Data Repository. Or, if you’re not working with message proxies, you might want to automatically go to an application server’s web admin console and configuring it to point to a virtual asset instead of a real endpoint (or vice versa).
Provisioning actions are defined in the Virtualize desktop. For details on how to define provisioning actions, see the Virtualize User’s Guide.
Any provisioning actions that have been defined in Virtualize can be applied in CTP (as described in Defining Component Instances).