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MogilnerG

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Hi,
I'm looking for a fast way to compare objects (deployed via a package)
between two environments. Specifically, I need to see if the objects were
created from the same source. Does any one have a good way to do that? I
did not find anything in JDE.

Gary
The Terlato Wine Group


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for a fast way to compare objects (deployed via a package) between two
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<FONT face=Arial size=2>The Terlato
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OneWorld Xe has Visual ER compare tool built in. I am not aware of any tool for previous releases.



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Hi,
I'm looking for a fast way to compare objects (deployed via a package)
between two environments. Specifically, I need to see if the objects were
created from the same source. Does any one have a good way to do that? I
did not find anything in JDE.

Gary
The Terlato Wine Group


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Hi,
I'm looking
for a fast way to compare objects (deployed via a package) between two
environments. class=110091821-17012001> Specifically, I need to see if the objects
were created from the same source. class=110091821-17012001> Does any one have a good way to do
that? I did not find anything in JDE.


Gary
The Terlato
Wine Group


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OneWorld Xe has Visual ER compare tool built in. I am not aware of any tool for previous releases.

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I'm looking for a fast way to compare objects (deployed via a package)
between two environments. Specifically, I need to see if the objects were
created from the same source. Does any one have a good way to do that? I
did not find anything in JDE.

Gary
The Terlato Wine Group


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<DIV><FONT face=Arial size=2>Hi,</FONT>
<FONT face=Arial size=2>I'm looking
for a fast way to compare objects (deployed via a package) between two
environments.<FONT color=#0000ff><SPAN
class=110091821-17012001>Specifically,I need to see if the objects
were created from the same source.</SPAN><SPAN
class=110091821-17012001></SPAN></FONT>Does any one have a good way to do
that? I did not find anything in JDE.</FONT></DIV>




<FONT face=Arial size=2>Gary</FONT>
<FONT face=Arial size=2>The Terlato
Wine Group</FONT> </P>

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Zoltan_Gyimesi

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The mentioned tool and more ESU related and Package related enhancements had been rolled back to B7332 from XE. Visit the KG for announcement, for more information and for the required ESU/ASU.
... and let me know the result when somebody installed it under B7332. Thanks.
Zoltán

B7332 SP11, ESU 4116422, Intel NT4, SQL 7 SP1
(working with B7321, B7331, XE too)
 
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