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View Package Information

On the Manage Packages page of the NoetixViews Workbench, you can view and verify the details of the legacy package or a custom package.

Viewing Legacy Package Details

After you capture the legacy customization scripts from the NoetixViews schema, the existing wnoetxu2.sql script in the NoetixViews schema will be renamed as wnoetxu2 legacy.sql and a new wnoetxu2.sql script will be automatically populated in the legacy package. When you stage a custom package to the NoetixViews schema folder, the legacy customizations along with the new customizations are also staged.

The wnoetxu2.sql script is used for running the scripts that modifies the template tables corresponding to a NoetixViews schema. When you run Stage 4, the wnoetxu2.sql script will be run and all the scripts that are available in a package to modify the template tables will be run through the wnoetxu2.sql script.

To view legacy package details

  1. On the NoetixViews Workbench home page, click Manage Packages. The Manage Packages page appears, and the legacy package is displayed in a list along with other custom packages. The list has the following columns:

    • Name: Indicates the name of the legacy package. For legacy package, the name is displayed as Legacy Package.

    • Description: Indicates the description of the legacy package.

      NOTE: When the legacy package is promoted, exported, or imported, a message pertaining to the action performed will be added to the package description. If the addition of such messages causes the package description to exceed the character limit of 1,000 characters, the description will be automatically truncated.

    • Updated date: Indicates the date and time on which the legacy package was created or last modified.

    • Updated by: Indicates the name of the user who created or last modified the legacy package.

  2. In the package list, click Legacy Package. The details of the legacy package are displayed in a section under the package list.

  3. View and verify the information displayed in the section. The details of the legacy package are displayed in a list. The following columns are available in the list:

    • Script Name: Indicates the name of the script that is part of the legacy package.

NOTE: The scripts listed in the package will be run only if called through an appropriate hook script or through the wnoetxu2 legacy.sql or wnoetxu5 legacy.sql script.

    • Type: Indicates the type of the script.

    • Updated date: Indicates the date and time when the script was created or last modified.

    • Updated by: Indicates the name of the user who created or last modified the script.

NOTE: If there are multiple pages in the list, use the page navigation controls to navigate through the pages. If you want to find a script based on a script name and type, use the boxes available in the Script Name and Type columns. If you want to sort the list on the basis of a column, click the column label.

  1. If you want to view the history of the events logged for the actions performed on the legacy package, do the following:

    1. Select the check box adjacent to the legacy package.

    2. Click History. The Package History for ' Legacy Package' dialog box appears.

    3. View the details of the actions performed on the legacy package. The details are arranged based on the action, the date and time the action was performed, and the person who performed the action. The following columns are available in the list:

      • Message: Indicates the messages corresponding to the actions performed on the package.

      • Date: Indicates the date on which the action was performed.

      • By: Indicates the user who performed the action.

NOTE: If you want to sort the list by a column, click the column label.

    1. Click Close to return to the Manage Packages page.

Viewing Custom Package Details

The details of a custom package can be viewed and verified on the Manage Packages page by clicking the package name.

To view custom package details

  1. On the NoetixViews Workbench home page, click Manage Packages. The Manage Packages page appears, and the custom packages are displayed in a list along with the legacy package. The list has the following columns:

    • Name: Indicates the name of the custom package.

    • Description: Indicates the description of the custom package.

      NOTE: When a custom package is promoted, exported, or imported, a message pertaining to the action performed will be added to the package description. If the addition of such messages causes the package description to exceed the character limit of 1,000 characters, the description will be automatically truncated.

    • Updated date: Indicates the date and time on which the custom package was created or last modified.

    • Updated by: Indicates the name of the user who created or last modified the custom package.

  2. In the package list, click a custom package to select it. The details of the custom package are displayed in a section under the package list.

    IMPORTANT: If the selected package includes views that contain references to custom master keys and does not include revisions of those views containing the master keys, a warning message will be displayed to indicate that Stage 4 or incremental regeneration may fail with errors. You can click Warnings to see the details of the warning.

  3. View and verify the information displayed in the section. The following columns are available in the list:

    • View Label: Indicates the view name.

    • Packaged revision: Indicates the revision of the view that is added to the package.

    • Current revision: Indicates the revision of the view that is available in the NoetixViews Workbench.

    • Compare revisions: Provides an option to compare the revision of the view added in the package against the current revision of the view in the NoetixViews Workbench.

    • Updated date:The date on which the view was added or last modified.

    • Updated by: Indicates the name of the user who added or last modified the view.

NOTE: If there are multiple pages in the list, use the page navigation controls to navigate through the pages. If you want to sort the list based on a column, click the column label.

  1. If you want to view the package history of a custom package, do the following:

    1. Select the check box adjacent to the package for which you want to view the history.

    2. Click History. The Package History for '<package name>' dialog box appears.

    3. View the details of the actions performed on the custom package. The details are arranged based on the action, the date and time the action was performed, and the person who performed the action. The following columns are available in the list:

      • Message: Indicates the messages corresponding to the actions performed on the package.

      • Date: Indicates the date on which the action was performed.

      • By: Indicates the user who performed the action.

NOTE: If you want to sort the list by a column, click the column label.

    1. Click Close to return to the Manage Packages page.

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View Package Information

On the Manage Packages page of the NoetixViews Workbench, you can view and verify the details of the legacy package or a custom package.

Viewing Legacy Package Details

After you capture the legacy customization scripts from the NoetixViews schema, the existing wnoetxu2.sql script in the NoetixViews schema will be renamed as wnoetxu2 legacy.sql and a new wnoetxu2.sql script will be automatically populated in the legacy package. When you stage a custom package to the NoetixViews schema folder, the legacy customizations along with the new customizations are also staged.

The wnoetxu2.sql script is used for running the scripts that modifies the template tables corresponding to a NoetixViews schema. When you run Stage 4, the wnoetxu2.sql script will be run and all the scripts that are available in a package to modify the template tables will be run through the wnoetxu2.sql script.

To view legacy package details

  1. On the NoetixViews Workbench home page, click Manage Packages. The Manage Packages page appears, and the legacy package is displayed in a list along with other custom packages. The list has the following columns:

    • Name: Indicates the name of the legacy package. For legacy package, the name is displayed as Legacy Package.

    • Description: Indicates the description of the legacy package.

      NOTE: When the legacy package is promoted, exported, or imported, a message pertaining to the action performed will be added to the package description. If the addition of such messages causes the package description to exceed the character limit of 1,000 characters, the description will be automatically truncated.

    • Updated date: Indicates the date and time on which the legacy package was created or last modified.

    • Updated by: Indicates the name of the user who created or last modified the legacy package.

  2. In the package list, click Legacy Package. The details of the legacy package are displayed in a section under the package list.

  3. View and verify the information displayed in the section. The details of the legacy package are displayed in a list. The following columns are available in the list:

    • Script Name: Indicates the name of the script that is part of the legacy package.

NOTE: The scripts listed in the package will be run only if called through an appropriate hook script or through the wnoetxu2 legacy.sql or wnoetxu5 legacy.sql script.

    • Type: Indicates the type of the script.

    • Updated date: Indicates the date and time when the script was created or last modified.

    • Updated by: Indicates the name of the user who created or last modified the script.

NOTE: If there are multiple pages in the list, use the page navigation controls to navigate through the pages. If you want to find a script based on a script name and type, use the boxes available in the Script Name and Type columns. If you want to sort the list on the basis of a column, click the column label.

  1. If you want to view the history of the events logged for the actions performed on the legacy package, do the following:

    1. Select the check box adjacent to the legacy package.

    2. Click History. The Package History for ' Legacy Package' dialog box appears.

    3. View the details of the actions performed on the legacy package. The details are arranged based on the action, the date and time the action was performed, and the person who performed the action. The following columns are available in the list:

      • Message: Indicates the messages corresponding to the actions performed on the package.

      • Date: Indicates the date on which the action was performed.

      • By: Indicates the user who performed the action.

NOTE: If you want to sort the list by a column, click the column label.

    1. Click Close to return to the Manage Packages page.

Viewing Custom Package Details

The details of a custom package can be viewed and verified on the Manage Packages page by clicking the package name.

To view custom package details

  1. On the NoetixViews Workbench home page, click Manage Packages. The Manage Packages page appears, and the custom packages are displayed in a list along with the legacy package. The list has the following columns:

    • Name: Indicates the name of the custom package.

    • Description: Indicates the description of the custom package.

      NOTE: When a custom package is promoted, exported, or imported, a message pertaining to the action performed will be added to the package description. If the addition of such messages causes the package description to exceed the character limit of 1,000 characters, the description will be automatically truncated.

    • Updated date: Indicates the date and time on which the custom package was created or last modified.

    • Updated by: Indicates the name of the user who created or last modified the custom package.

  2. In the package list, click a custom package to select it. The details of the custom package are displayed in a section under the package list.

    IMPORTANT: If the selected package includes views that contain references to custom master keys and does not include revisions of those views containing the master keys, a warning message will be displayed to indicate that Stage 4 or incremental regeneration may fail with errors. You can click Warnings to see the details of the warning.

  3. View and verify the information displayed in the section. The following columns are available in the list:

    • View Label: Indicates the view name.

    • Packaged revision: Indicates the revision of the view that is added to the package.

    • Current revision: Indicates the revision of the view that is available in the NoetixViews Workbench.

    • Compare revisions: Provides an option to compare the revision of the view added in the package against the current revision of the view in the NoetixViews Workbench.

    • Updated date:The date on which the view was added or last modified.

    • Updated by: Indicates the name of the user who added or last modified the view.

NOTE: If there are multiple pages in the list, use the page navigation controls to navigate through the pages. If you want to sort the list based on a column, click the column label.

  1. If you want to view the package history of a custom package, do the following:

    1. Select the check box adjacent to the package for which you want to view the history.

    2. Click History. The Package History for '<package name>' dialog box appears.

    3. View the details of the actions performed on the custom package. The details are arranged based on the action, the date and time the action was performed, and the person who performed the action. The following columns are available in the list:

      • Message: Indicates the messages corresponding to the actions performed on the package.

      • Date: Indicates the date on which the action was performed.

      • By: Indicates the user who performed the action.

NOTE: If you want to sort the list by a column, click the column label.

    1. Click Close to return to the Manage Packages page.

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