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JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Tools Object Management Workbench Guide
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14 Configuring Object Save Locations

This chapter contains the following topics:

Using JD Edwards EnterpriseOne OMW, you can create a save location, which is a path code developers use to save their objects. With the save location created, you add the path code to the system, allowing saved objects to be transferred, and you can modify or delete save locations.

14.1 Creating a Save Location

This section provides an overview of path codes and discusses how to:

14.1.1 Understanding Path Codes

During the installation process, an additional path code might not have been created to use as your JD Edwards EnterpriseOne OMW save location. To use this feature, you must create a path code where developers can save their objects while they are in development. When users perform a Save, their objects are checked into the path code defined as the save location; when they perform a Restore, objects are retrieved from this location.

14.1.2 Form Used to Object Save Locations

Form Name FormID Navigation Usage
Object Management Setup W98230R Object Management Administration menu (GH9081) then Object Management Configuration (P98230) Access forms to configure notification subscriptions.
Object Save Locations W98230K In Object Management Setup, click the Save Locations button. Used to add, modify, or delete Object Save Locations

14.1.3 Adding an Object Save Location

The Object Save Locations form indicates the save-off location for Object Librarian (OL) objects. Defining the save location will transfer objects that are saved into the path code specified. Currently, only the save locations for Object Librarian objects may be defined.

Access the Object Management Setup form.

  1. In Object Management Setup, click the Save Locations button.

    The Location column contains the names of path code associated with the environment into which the user is logging into. Users logging into environments that use different path codes may be saved to different path codes.

  2. To add a new save location, click a blank field in the Location column.

  3. Click the Visual Assist button.

  4. Locate and double-click the current location of the object.

    The Object Save Locations form reappears with your object's current location in the Location column.

  5. In the same row, scroll to and double-click the Save Location field located to the right of the Location field clicked previously.

  6. Click the Visual Assist button.

  7. Scroll to and double-click the new save location of the object.

    The Object Path Save Locations form reappears with your object's new save location in the Save Location column.

  8. Click OK.

14.1.4 Modifying an Object Save Location

Access the Object Management Setup form.

  1. In Object Management Setup, click the Save Locations button.

  2. Click the Save Location field.

  3. Click the Visual Assist button.

  4. Scroll and double-click the new save location for the object.

    The Object Save Locations form reappears with the modified object save location in the Save Location column.

  5. Click OK.

14.1.5 Deleting an Object Save Location

Access the Object Management Setup form.

  1. In Object Management Setup, click the Save Locations button.

  2. In Object Save Locations, select the record to be deleted.

  3. Click Delete.

  4. Click OK in the Confirm Delete box.

  5. Click OK.