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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

Point-to-Point PeopleSoft Project Migrations

If you want to migrate a PeopleSoft project that contains a large number of objects, but you do not necessarily want to spend the time required to archive all these objects, you can use Stat simply as a migrating tool by performing a point-to-point migration.

During a point-to-point migration, Stat uses CLI functionality to open PeopleSoft and migrate the objects in the project directly from the source environment to the target. Stat does not stage the objects and does not archive them. This means that while a record of the migration is recorded in Stat for reporting purposes, you cannot use Stat to roll back the migration since none of the objects in the project were archived.

To execute a point-to-point migration, you must add the project you want to migrate to a CSR and the CLI Auto-Migration option must be activated for both the source and target PeopleSoft database. For more information on activating CLI functionality, see the section, Setting Up Your PeopleSoft Connections .

(Optional) In the Description field, enter a unique description of the migration.
Click Migrate.

Migrating Non-App Designer PeopleSoft Proprietary Objects

When Stat migrates PeopleSoft proprietary objects, it first moves copies of the archived objects into a staging database. Stat then creates a PeopleSoft project (called an Application Designer project), which contains references to the objects you just staged. However, there are PeopleSoft proprietary objects that cannot be included in an Application Designer project. For some of these objects, Stat provides an alternative form of migration support. These objects include:


You archive non-Application Designer objects the same way you do other PeopleSoft proprietary objects. When you migrate them, however, Stat executes the following steps after the archived objects are moved to the staging database:

Migration Approvals and Mass Migrations (PeopleSoft)

Stat provides advanced version control and change management support in the form of migration approvals and mass migrations:

Marking Archive Sets for Migration

When you want to perform a migration that requires approval, or you want to flag an archive set for a mass migration, the first step is to mark the archive set for migration. This is done either by individually selecting the Ready to Migrate option on the Object Management tab of the Change Management/Version Control window, and then selecting the environment(s) that you want to target, or by marking multiple archive sets in the Ready to Migrate window.

In the Archive Set table, select Ready to Migrate for the archive set.
Click Migration Target.
In the table on the right side of the window, select Migrate for each environment that you want to designate as a target environment.
NOTE: In the table displayed in the right section of the Target Environments window, distribution environments and their associated distributed environments are designated by small blue and yellow icons, respectively. When you select Migrate for a distribution environment, all the environments on its distribution list are selected as well. Also, you cannot select a distributed environment without selecting its distribution environment as well.
Click Premigration List to view a checklist of any actions you should take before migrating the archive set.
Click OK or Apply to save your work.
Once you click OK or Apply, the archive set appears in the Mass Migration window for the target environment, and the approval requests, if any, are generated and sent out to each user authorized to approve the migration.

The Ready to Migrate window displays all the archive sets that have not yet been individually marked for migration and which share the same release label and environment on the migration paths of their respective CSRs. After you specify the target environment and release label, Stat retrieves all the qualifying archive sets that have not been marked for migration. Retrieved archive sets are marked for migration by default. You can unmark any archive set you do not want marked as Ready to Migrate.

Select Migration Mgmt | Archive Sets - Ready to Migrate.
In the Module field select the change management module you are using.
In the Service Domain field select the service domain of the archive sets.
In the Environment field select the migration target environment of the archive sets.
In the Release field select a release label.
(Optional) Deselect Ready to Migrate for any archive set that you do not want to be marked for migration.
Click OK to save the archive sets as Ready to Migrate.
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