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.
When you migrate an archive set into an environment, the environment graphic displays the set type. For example, in the figure above, the word “final” appears in the Test 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.”
When you migrate an archive set, the line linking the two environment changes color accordingly. When you migrate the base archive set to the Development environment from the Base environment, a curved arc links the two environment graphics.
The Migration History window displays information regarding all the archive set migrations into the selected environment as well as patch applications. To open the Migration History window, double-click on an environment graphic in the Migration Path tab, or right-click on an environment tree node in the Object Management tab and select View Migration Status.
Stat provides more detailed information regarding the archiving and migrating of objects in the log files and messages generated by the Stat Oracle Agent, which are available in the Process Request tab. For more information, see the next section, .