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6 Working with the Data Cleanup Procedure Application

This chapter contains the following topics:

6.1 Understanding the Data Cleanup Procedure Application

JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Product Packaging Tool includes an application that enables you to add, revise, copy, and delete a set of data cleanup steps. You define how you want these steps to clean up the software master data.

6.2 Working with the Data Cleanup Procedure Application

You can revise the information and steps within a data cleanup procedure that you have already created. If you revise a data cleanup procedure, those revisions are reflected wherever that procedure is used, such as when the revised procedure is nested within another procedure.

6.2.1 Forms Used to Work with Data Cleanup Procedures

Form Name FormID Navigation Usage
Work with Procedure W9646A In Solution Explorer, navigate to System Administration Tools, Package and Deployment Tools, Product Packaging, Data Cleanup Procedure Templates. Used to execute or delete a data cleanup procedure.

6.2.2 Using the Data Cleanup Procedure Application

Although this JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Product Packaging Tool function is primarily used to create data cleanup procedures, you can use it to create any type of procedure to run a batch process or Microsoft Windows executable.

Access the Work With Procedure form.

Figure 6-1 Work with Procedure form

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Release

The system release to which the data cleanup applies.

Name

The unique name given to a data-cleanup procedure.

Description

A short description of the data-cleanup procedure.

Status

The status of the data-cleanup procedure. Indicates where the data-cleanup procedure resides in the process between defining and executing. For example, the procedure could be at a status of defined, validated, or built. Before executing the data cleanup procedure (whether from the software master or from the data-cleanup procedure application), verify that the status of the procedure, and all of its build steps that you want to run with it, are validated.

Type

The type of procedure being run.

Comment

A short informational comment that you provide about the data-cleanup procedure.

User ID

The code that identifies a user profile.

6.3 Adding a Data Cleanup Procedure

This function is used it to create various data cleanup procedures to run a batch process.

6.3.1 Forms Used to Add a Data Cleanup Procedure

Form Name FormID Navigation Usage
Work With Procedure W9646A In Solution Explorer, navigate to System Administration Tools, Package and Deployment Tools, Product Packaging, Data Cleanup Procedure Application (P9646). Used it to create various procedures to run a batch process.
Procedure Definition Director W9646B In the Work With Procedure form, click Add. Enables you to add procedure information and the steps that are necessary to clean up data.
Procedure Revision Information W9646D On the Work with Procedure form, select a procedure. Revise or execute a data cleanup procedure.

6.3.2 Adding Data Cleanup Procedures

This enables you to add procedure information and the steps that are necessary to clean up data.

6.3.2.1 Procedure Definition Director

Oracle's JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Procedure Definition Director will take you through the steps necessary to define a procedure.

Access the Procedure Definition Director form.

6.3.2.2 Add Procedure

The Add Procedure form is used to enter information about the new procedure.

Access the Add Procedure form.

Figure 6-2 Data Cleanup Procedure Application [Add Procedure] form

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Name

The unique name given to a data-cleanup procedure.

Description

A short description of the data cleanup procedure.

Comment

A short informational comment that you provide about the data cleanup procedure.

Status

The status of the data cleanup procedure. Indicates where the data-cleanup procedure resides in the process between defining and executing. Before executing the data-cleanup procedure (whether from the software master or from the data-cleanup procedure application), verify that the status of the procedure, and all of its build steps that you want to run with it, are validated (30). Values are:

10 In Definition

20 Defined

30 Validated

40 Processing

50 Failed

60 Built

70 Obsolete

80 Mastered

90 Repaired

Procedure Release

The system release number to which the data cleanup procedure applies.

Template Name

The unique name given to a data cleanup procedure template.

6.3.2.3 Procedure Revision Information

These options execute the entire procedure. If the procedure is executed successfully, the software updates the procedure and the build step statuses to 60 (Built).

Access the Procedure Revision form.

Figure 6-3 Data Cleanup Procedure Templates [Procedure Revision] form

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Name

The unique name given to a data-cleanup procedure.

Description

A short description of the data cleanup procedure.

Status

The status of the data cleanup procedure. Indicates where the data-cleanup procedure resides in the process between defining and executing. Before executing the data-cleanup procedure (whether from the software master or from the data-cleanup procedure application), verify that the status of the procedure, and all of its build steps that you want to run with it, are validated (30). Values are:

10 In Definition

20 Defined

30 Validated

40 Processing

50 Failed

60 Built

70 Obsolete

80 Mastered

90 Repaired

Comment

A short informational comment that you provide about the data cleanup procedure.

Release

The CD release number to which the data-cleanup applies.

6.3.2.4 Procedure Revision Steps

This option executes the data cleanup procedure step. If the step is executed successfully, the software updates the step status to 60 (Built). If you execute a data-cleanup procedure step, all of its subordinate steps are also executed, including any sub-procedures.

Access the Procedure Revision form.

Figure 6-4 Data Cleanup Procedures Templates [Procedure Revision] form

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6.4 Copying a Data Cleanup Procedure

The JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Product Packaging Tool function is primarily used to create data cleanup procedures.

6.4.1 Forms Used to Copy a Data Cleanup Procedure

Form Name FormID Navigation Usage
Work With Procedure W9646A In Solution Explorer, navigate to System Administration Tools, Package and Deployment Tools, Product Packaging, Data Cleanup Procedure Application (P9646). Used it to create various procedures to run a batch process.
Copy Procedure W9646L In the Work with Procedure form, select a procedure and click Copy. Used to create a new data cleanup procedure based on an existing one.

6.4.2 Copying a Data Cleanup Procedure

Access the Procedure Definition Director form.

Figure 6-5 Copy Procedure form

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Copy From Procedure

The unique name given to a data cleanup procedure.

Copy To Procedure

The unique name given to a data cleanup procedure.

6.5 Executing a Data Cleanup Procedure and Build Step

You can execute a data cleanup procedure and build step from the data cleanup application.

Although this task explains how to execute procedures from the data cleanup application, you can also use the software master build steps to define a step that executes the data cleanup.

6.5.1 Forms Used to Execute a Data Cleanup Procedure and Build Step

Form Name FormID Navigation Usage
Work With Procedure W9646A In Solution Explorer, navigate to System Administration Tools, Package and Deployment Tools, Product Packaging, Data Cleanup Procedure Application (P9646). Use to create various procedures to run a batch process.
Procedure Revision W9646D In the Work with Procedure form, select a procedure. Used to revise or execute a data cleanup procedure.

6.5.2 Executing a Data Cleanup Procedure and Build Step

Access the Procedure Revision form.

Name

The system release number to which the data cleanup applies.

Description

The unique name given to the data cleanup procedure.

Status

The status of the data cleanup procedure. Indicates where the data-cleanup procedure resides in the process between defining and executing. Before executing the data-cleanup procedure (whether from the software master or from the data-cleanup procedure application), verify that the status of the procedure, and all of its build steps that you want to run with it, are validated (30). Values are:

10 In Definition

20 Defined

30 Validated

40 Processing

50 Failed

60 Built

70 Obsolete

80 Mastered

90 Repaired

Comment

A short informational comment that you provide about the data cleanup procedure.

Release

The CD release number to which the data-cleanup applies.