So now you can save to a zip file… Well, it actually creates a PAR file.
So goto OMW, P98220 find the project that you want to save.
Do a get to make sure that you have the latest specs.
Choose the save button and choose yes for zip file
Choose the dir that you want to put you peoplesoft archive file (When is that going to be made a OAR file??).
The files will be PRJ_PROJNAME_60_99.par
Goto the system that you want to extract the objects to, start OMW
I think that you might need to create a dummy project to restore the objects into.
Choose the restore button it will say “Do you want to overrite” – of course I do!!! Then say YES for zip file and select the zip file that you made earlier.
Do the same for each project you saved, you can restore them all into the one project.
Make sure that you have the source and include dirs created, otherwise these will not be populated.
It is cool. It creates the OL records and leaves the objects checked out into the current project.
I cowboyed the new tools release onto an old 896 client and I was saving in no time. Another note for the cowboys, if you cowboy a new tools release onto a client, prev you’d only need the bin32 dir and you’d be away… Alas gone are those days, you pretty much have to replace the system dir, as there seem to be JRE dependencies now… Doh!