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Stat 6.0 - Release Notes

Quest® Stat® 6.0.0

About Stat 6.0

Quest® Stat® is a change lifecycle solution optimized for PeopleSoft® Enterprise & Oracle® E-Business Suite applications. Stat makes organizations more responsive to change and increases visibility into, and control over, the change management process. Stat dramatically reduces the time required to deploy patches and critical changes throughout the various instances of a packaged application, resulting in lower total cost of ownership.

New features

Added the new Oracle® Applications Patch Apply report that lists Oracle Applications patches applied through Stat.

Enhancements

The following is a list of enhancements implemented in Stat® 6.0.0.

Enhanced pre-5.7 Migration History reports.

1403

Added a global parameter to set max number of rows for reports.

1404

Updated SQL Server JDBC driver to support SSL connections.

1536

Removed Project Name from non-PeopleSoft Migration History reports.

1563

Removed Other tab from CSR Window.

1569

Added additional fields to Patch Impact Report.

1601

Added additional criteria for Oracle Patch reports.

1603

Prevent removal of objects from Interim Archive Sets when removed from CSR.

1617

Added support for Permission List migration flag introduced in PeopleSoft® 8.55.

1621

Removed CSR Issues from Stat.

1624

Removed Billed Hours, Billed Rate, and Auto Update fields from CSR Tasks.

1636

Removed PeopleSoft Edit Object option from the popup menu.

1639

Added FILE_CONTENT_TYPE to the list of parameters for OA XML Publisher object type.

1659

Updated Oracle JDBC driver resolve blob processing issues.

1666

Added a link from CSR Information popup to export CSR Full report.

1674

Use non-proportional font for viewing objects in Archive Sets.

1881

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