As an alternative to shopping via an export file, you can also copy-paste the following types of implementation from one repository to another.
In the source repository:
|1.||In USoft Definer, open the Catalog on the left hand side and click the Model and Rules tab.|
|2.||In the tree view, identify the implementation you want to copy-paste to the other repository.|
|3.||Right-click on the implementation and choose Copy.|
|In the case of Database Tables, you can choose to copy also the underlying Domains: choose "Copy with Domains".|
In the target repository:
|4.||In USoft Definer, open the Catalog and click the Model and Rules tab.|
|5.||In the tree view, identify the folder where you want to paste the implementation, for example, the "Database Tables" folder.|
|6.||Right-click on the folder icon and choose Paste.|
You can only copy-paste the following types of object:
•Non-subtype database tables *
* Be careful with subtype constellations; see Conflict resolution.
If the implementation you are copying already exists in the target repository by that name and that type of implementation, then a copy is made with the prefix COPY_... .
Be careful with copying subtype constellations because this "COPY_..." behavior applies only to the top-level supertype table and subtype tables will be overwritten. Also, if you choose to copy Domains of a Table, the "COPY_..." behaviour applies only to the Table; the Domains will be overwritten.
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