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Stat 6.0 - User Guide

Introduction to Stat Connecting to Stat Change/Service Requests Stat Consoles Tasks and Time Entries Stat Projects Search Engines Reports and Graphs Personal Rules Object Tools and Wizards Change Management for PeopleSoft
Object Management (PeopleSoft) Object Archives (PeopleSoft) Object Migrations (PeopleSoft)
Change Management for Oracle Applications
Object Management (Oracle Applications) Patch Management Object Archives (Oracle Applications) Object Migrations (Oracle Applications)
Change Management for Generic Applications
Object Management (Generic Applications) Object Archives (Generic Applications) Object Migrations (Generic Applications)
Appendix: Troubleshooting Chart Appendix: Migration Options Appendix: User-Specific Parameters Appendix: Supported PeopleSoft Proprietary Objects Appendix: Stat Reports

Mass Migrating Objects

If you need to migrate several archive sets to the same environment, rather than migrate them one at a time, you can perform a mass migration. There are two types of mass migration supported by Stat:

Because mass migrations can include objects assigned to different users and belonging to different CSRs, it is recommended that a limited number of users be allowed to perform mass migrations. With proper security, users can perform mass migrations that override workflow rules and approval requirements. In addition, Stat features the Release Recovery window, which allows users to perform application release mass migrations that override workflow rules, approval requirements, and object locks. For more information on the Release Recovery window, see Object Tools and Wizards .

Select Migration Mgmt | Mass Migration.
(Optional) In the Description field, enter a unique description of the migration.
(Optional) Select the Stop on Error option if you want the Stat Central Agent to terminate the migration at the first error it encounters.
In the Module field select Generic Applications.
TIP: You can set a default value to be displayed in the Module field. To do this, select User Options | Stat Options. Then in the Stat User Options window, select the value you want in the Default Module field.
In the Service Domain field, select the service domain associated with the migration path containing the target environment you want.
In the Target field select the environment to which you want to migrate the archive sets.
In the Type field select one of the following:
Select Ready to Migrate if you want to mass migrate archive sets that have been individually marked for migration
Select Migration by Release if you want to mass migrate archive sets that have been assigned the same application release label. When you select this option, the Release field is displayed. Then in the Release field select the release label you want. Release labels can be minor or major and are defined by system administrators. After you select a release label, Stat displays a list of archive sets that have been assigned that label.
(Optional) In the Sources section, deselect Migrate for each archive set that you do not want to include in the mass migration.
(Optional) In the Archive Migr Order column, change the order in which selected archive sets will be migrated.
(Optional) In the Migrate column, deselect the individual objects you do not want to migrate.
Click Migrate>.

Keep in mind the following when mass migrating to distribution environments:

The mass migration cannot proceed for the following situations:

If any archive set is causing errors when mass migrating, you can opt not to include that archive set in the mass migration. You can then mass migrate the other archive sets and resolve the issue at a later time.

Documenting Migrations (Generic Applications)

After creating and migrating a base, interim, and final archive set, your migration path may look like this:

The sample migration path above shows:

Flag Indicators

Flags appear to the right of environment graphics and indicate that an archive set was created in that environment. Flags include ‘B’ for base, ‘I’ for interim, and ‘F’ for final. If multiple interim archive sets were created in an environment, only one ‘I’ flag is shown.

Migration Indicators

When you migrate an archive set into an environment, the environment graphic displays the set type. For example, the word “final” appears in the Test 7.5 Oracle environment graphic. This indicates that the final archive set was migrated into that environment. Only one migration indicator can appear in any one environment graphic. If you migrate multiple archive sets into an environment, only the last one appears as a migration indicator.

When you migrate an archive set, the target environment graphic appears to fill up. When you migrate an interim archive set, the environment graphic appears half full, and the color changes. When you migrate the final archive set, the environment graphic appears full and the color changes again. Migrating the final archive set fills up both the source and target environments. Also, the graphic for the source environment of the final archive set reads “final src.”

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