Development Areas
  • 25 Mar 2024
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This topic relates to the following sections:

About Development Areas

The Development Areas are created to store each of the working datasources of the Working databases. (Ex: WRKOTC and WRKOTC_L) During the development and mock loading of data the tables and data will be stored in these working databases for static capture and use.

A Development Area is setup for each set of like datasets that run Migrate ETL or Reporting. They may be set as each transaction set of the target system (Ex:  OTC, RTR, or MDM). The Development Areas serve to group Datasets through the working databases of for the purpose of running conversion and generating reports. As example, the MDG Development Area would contain WRKMDG_D (DEV) and WRKMDG_L (LOAD). As the Subject Areas are created for the same groups of like datasets, a default Development Area will also create with same name as the Subject Area as part of the Guided Setup steps.

Note

All databases are created manually by the user and not as part of this process.

Working in Development Areas

View the following page by navigating to Administer > Setup > Development Areas from Syniti Migrate Homepage or access by using the Guided Setup.

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Development Areas page

The Development Areas panel displays the following fields:

Field Name

Description

Name*

The name of the Working Instance. (Required)

Description

The Working Instance description.

The Environment Datasources panel is dependent upon the selected row in Development Areas panel, and displays the following fields:

Field Name

Description

Environment

Environments display in a list.

Working Datasource

Select from the drop down the working database associated with the Environment.

Note

The working datasources are maintained through the Manage Datasources  button. Click this button to open the Instance in Working Databases and associated working datasources for the Development Area. Refer to section Manage Working Datasources for details.

Note

The Environments are maintained through the Manage Environments button. Click this button to open the Environments page. Refer to section Environments for details.

The References panel provides the key fields for the Environmental Datasources:

Field Name

Description

Release

The name of the project release.

Subject Area

The name of the subject area.

Dataset

The name of the dataset.

Development Area

The name of the development area.

Note

The Reference values are all assigned to the Development Area from within Pathway - Migrate > Project Setup. Refer to section Migrate > Project Setup > Maintaining Development Areas for details of this process.

Add a Development Area

Click the Add   icon to open the Development Area window.

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Development Areas: Add New Development Area

Field Name

Description

Name*

The name of the Development Area. (Required)

Description

The Development Area description.

When finished with edits, click the Save  icon to complete.

The Development Area requires assignment of Datasources to the existing Environments in order to be complete. If Datasources have not been created for the Development Area (Instance) of the Working Databases Application, the Add icon is provided to the right of each row for Environments to build them. Refer to section Development'#'160;Area link to Datasources for details.

Edit a Development Area

Should there be a need to add more details for this Development Area, the user may click EDIT   icon to modify field values.

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Development Areas: Edit Details

Delete a Development Area

The Development Area may be removed from the list. Click the Delete icon to remove.

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Development Areas

A warning message displays ' Are you sure you want to Delete?'  Click OK to Proceed.

Development Area link to Datasources

Each Environment should be assigned a Datasource that is created within the Working Databases Application and the Development Area (Instance). The down arrow next to the field assists to provide a list of available Datasources to choose from. Select and then save the changes.

To the right of each Working Datasource field is an Add icon. Click to create a new Datasource. Refer to section Administer > Setup > Development Areas > Maintain Working Datasources for more details.

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Development Areas: Add a Working Datasource


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