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Stat 6.1 - 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

Running the Impact Wizard from the Object Mgmt Menu

When you run the Impact Wizard from the Object Mgmt menu, you must specify the change management module, the environment, the object type and the individual objects you want to run the wizard against. You then specify the object type(s) you want to run the wizard on.

After you specify the search criteria you want, the wizard functions in the same manner as when it is run from a CSR, except that if the wizard identified any impacted objects, you can add the objects to any CSR you want (using the Search CSR Engine), or you can add them to a new CSR.

Object History Wizard

CSRs maintain a complete a history of all the changes made to the objects they are associated with. These changes are documented either in the Object Comments window, the Description, Detail Logs, and Resolution tabs, or in the objects themselves. With the Object History Wizard, you can view a history of these changes by conducting a search either by object type or by CSR:

The Object History Wizard is especially useful during an application upgrade:

To run the Object History Wizard, select Object Mgmt | Object History Wizard. By default, the wizard searches by object type, but whether you search by object type or by CSR, after returning the list of objects, the remaining steps of the wizard are identical.

In the Search by field, select Object Type.
In the Module field, select the change management support module in which you want to run the wizard.
Options include PeopleSoft, Oracle Applications, and Generic Applications.
In the Environment field, select the environment that contains the object.
In the Object Type field, select the object type.
Click Next>.
In the Search by field, select CSR.
Click the Browse button (...) next to the Select CSR field.
Click Next>.
In the Service Domain field, select a service domain.
By default, the wizard searches all the service domains that you have access to. If you select this option, the Application Is and CSR Type Is options are disabled, since these items are service domain-specific.
If searching by application, select the Application Is option. Then select the application.
If searching by type of CSR, select the CSR Type Is option. Then select the type.
Click Next>.
Show Default Search Results - select if you want to the view the default list of objects in the results
Show Object Comments in Search Results - select if you want to include any comments regarding the object in the results
Show only Objects with Related Custom Objects in Search Results - select if you only want to view objects that were used as the basis for custom objects in the results, along with the custom objects themselves
Click Next>.

Undocumented Object Wizard

The Undocumented Object Wizard searches a selected environment and identifies any objects that are either undocumented or version-changed. An object is considered undocumented if it has been modified but is either not associated with a CSR or, if it is associated with a CSR, it has been modified after the CSR was closed or the object was unlocked. An object is considered version-changed if it is associated with CSR but is in the process of being modified. After the wizard has identified any undocumented objects, you can then associate them with CSRs. Because version-changed objects are already associated with CSRs, they are reported for informational purposes. This provides project managers with the ability to see what objects are being modified during a PeopleSoft project.

The Undocumented Object Wizard has five functions:

Prime the Stat Repository

The Undocumented Object Wizard supports the initial implementation of Stat. When run at this time, the wizard locates all the objects in your environments that have been modified since the last application stamping. It does this by comparing the release date and time fields in the application’s release table to the last update time field in the definition table for each object.

After it finds all the undocumented objects, you can use the wizard to associate them with a CSR. The goal is to associate all modified objects with a CSR at all times.

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