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2588 day(s) ago   #105
Name: Teo
Category: Technical
Location: India
Date: 2013-04-24 18:40:50
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Using R92TAM and R98CRTGL

What R98CRTGL does, is to go through F9860 and find all tables that are neither bootstrap nor central objects and call the JDB_OpenTable API for that table.The JDB then finds the table specs.
It looks for the specs in glbltbl.xdb and glbltbl.ddb. As normal, the specs wont be there as we are trying to build them and it then looks into local TAM.If it doesnot find the dataitem in local TAM or dddict, it will then go to the RDB specs and JITI them. It is to avoid this JITI that we need to run R92TAM prior to running R98CRTGL.

Run the R92TAM and R98CRTGL for each environment that you are trying to build the specs for.

Cheers!
Teo
Oracle JDE E1
2588 day(s) ago   #106
Name: Eddie
Category: Technical
Location: India
Date: 2013-04-24 18:46:42
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  #106

Using R92TAM and R98CRTGL

Hi All,

Just one more thing to point out though ... You can run R92TAM from any environment, since Data Dictionary is the same for DV, PY, or PD. And if you haven`t made any changes to the Data Dictionary since the last time, you don`t need to run it again before running R98CRTGL.

Cheers!
Teo
Oracle JDE E1
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