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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

Synchronizing Project Definitions

If you used the Project Read wizard to add objects to your CSR and selected the option, make the selected project the CSR’s managed project, you can quickly keep the project definition synchronized between App Designer and your CSR. This way, whenever the project definition is changed in App Designer (either by adding objects, removing objects, or modifying object properties in the project such as the delete vs. copy flag), you can update the object list in your CSR to reflect these changes.

After adding the objects to your CSR with the Project Read wizard, the project name appears in a drop down list next to the Sync button, which replaces the Read Project button.

When you click Sync, Stat obtains the project definition from any database as defined in the CSR’s migration path and updates the CSR’s object list in the following ways:

If Stat cannot find the project in the selected environment when you click Sync, an error message is displayed. Also, if you want to run the Read Project Wizard again after synchronizing a project in a CSR, delete the name of the project in the Project Name field. This switches the Sync button back to Project Read. If you have multiple projects associated with a CSR, the name of each project appears in the Project Name field dropdown list. Select the one you want to synchronize.

Associating Objects in File Folders

As with a PeopleSoft project, Stat can read a folder and add all the file objects it contains to a CSR. This is done with the Read File Wizard, which functions much the same way as the PeopleSoft Project Read Wizard.

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Click the Browse button. Then locate the folder containing the file objects you want to associate with the CSR and click OK.
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Click Next>.

Stat adds the file objects to your CSR and associates each file with a file type, as determined by that file’s extension. For example, if you select files with the .sql extension, Stat will associate these files with the file type defined by your system administrator with the .sql extension. If more than one file type has been defined with the same extension, Stat prompts you to select which file type you want.

This final step may take some time, depending on the number of objects being added. A status bar advises you of Stat’s progress. Before the status bar reaches 100% you can interrupt the process by pressing the <Enter> key.

Associating Objects from Other CSRs

You can use the Read CSR Wizard to add objects to your CSR that are associated with another CSR.

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On the Objects tab, click Read CSR.... Stat opens the CSR Read Wizard.
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Creating File Objects

With proper security rights, you can create a new file object, add it to a CSR, and move it to the assigned developer’s working directory. When you create a file object, you can either use a file template, or you can base it on an existing object.

In Stat, file templates are associated with particular file types. They help standardize development by defining in a reusable format the basic characteristics and structure of new file objects. This way, when you need to create a file object of a particular type, you can use an associated template as a starting point. This helps enforce adherence to development standards and saves time.

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(Optional) In the Assigned To field select a different developer.
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(Optional) In the File Type field select a different file type.
If basing the new file object on an existing object, in the Existing Object field, locate and select the file object you want to use.
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In the New Object name field, enter a name for the new object. Then click Create.
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Click Yes for each instance of the object that you want to add to the CSR. Click No for each instance of the object that you do not want to add.

Stat adds each instance of the new object that you selected to the CSR. At this point, the file object exists only in the working directory of the assigned developer but is not yet archived. For more information on archiving, see About Archive Sets .

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