This topic discusses how to maintain trees.
Use the Tree Maintenance page (PSTREEMAINT) to audit a closed tree, copy a tree, delete a tree, or view a tree.
Field or Control
Displays the key type associated with this tree.
Displays the key value.
This field is blank if the key type is None.
Displays the status of the tree.
To audit a tree, select its check box and click this button.
The Last Audit field for the tree changes to Valid Tree if the tree passes the audit. If the tree fails the audit, the Last Audit field changes to Draft Tree.
Note: You can get a detail listing of audit errors by running the Repair Tree batch program.
To access the Tree Definition and Properties page and copy a tree, select a tree check box and click this button.
To delete a tree, select its check box and click this button.
To access the Tree Viewer page and view a tree, select a tree check box and click this button.
Note: Trees secured by PeopleSoft Object Security for anything but full access are not listed and cannot be updated or deleted from the Tree Maintenance page.
Use the Copy Tree page (PSTREEDEFN) to copy a tree.
Make any necessary changes and click the Copy button.
Use the Tree Viewer page (PSTREEVIEWER) to view a tree.
After viewing the tree information, click the Close button to return to the Tree Maintenance page.
Note: Trees displayed in view mode do not differentiate between standard nodes and branches. All nodes expand and collapse so that you can view the whole tree. Use the Expand Node Hierarchy icon to expand all child nodes.
If the multiuser environment is enabled, users will not be able to delete a tree if any branch of the tree – or the tree itself – is checked out by any user.