What is the procedure to manually create the sample schema customisation without using web screen painter?
Environment : Advance availability
Why do you want to bypass the schema? Is there a business case or limitation of some sort in your environment that you need to address without using WSP?
It's something bothering us in our AA environment , most of the time the schema changes are not propagated successfully to Application and Standby Servers. So, I am checking here to know the procedure to create manually.
could you check this article: create a table in schema designer and publish it, but it is not showing in attribute field
therea re 2 techdoc mentoined:
Web Screen Painter schema modification - How it works and what to check if it goes wrong.
How to Perform Schema Changes using Web Screen Painter on Advanced Availability Configuration
Hope this helps
Thanks cdtj , these links are useful , informative and we've tried these, Here especially, I am looking for a procedure to create schema changes manually.
Strongly not recommended and on your own risk!. Do backup! Version control is supposed t take care of this
(your underline reading here must be don't do that if you don't know exactly what you do or you will be screwed)
to create everything from scratch:
May you just want to deploy your change to others servers, you will just need to copy the mentioned files below from your primary/bg server to the respective remote servers
But again, not a good idea and you must be well experienced with the object layer of SDM to do such... better to rely on WSP for it and at less get a minimum of support from CA.
My 2 cents
P.S.: you have be warned
Don't we need to create the same table and column reference in wspcol and wsptbl tables in mdb?
yes that was point 2
seems the layout was a little ***** up.
I have rearrange for better visibility
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