As previously described a Business Object represents all the data flowing through the migration related to one specific item in the business being migrated.
Examples of Business Objects, of course, depend on the nature of the business but could be Customers, Account, Policy, Patent, Mortgage etc.
On the Objects panel we see the objects for this particular project displayed as Account, Card and Customer. we can also she how many team member have access to these objects.
The headers in the illustrations are pretty much self explanatory but here is a brief summary of the above.
|Exported||Business Object exported from the migration|
|Rejected||Business Objects rejected|
|Imported||Business Object imported into the migration|
|Difference||The difference between the Objects migrated|
The context menu provides the options to:
|Full Monty||Resolve dependencies on all reports|
|Imported|| Imported entities into the migration|
|Unload||Unload a entity from the Business Object migration|
|Transfer||Provides a list of all Unloads and Imported entities|
The Import option requires extensive details as illustrated below.
Here is a brief summary of these.
|Key||The key identifying the item in the Source System. This is the given by the Discriminator defined on the Business Object in the Source Map|
|Limit||Limit on the amount of records|
|Include descendances||The Child records included|
|Auditor||Whom the migrations has been audited by|
|Mode||Select differences or rejected|
|Profiling Level||The level as which the import such be conducted, Job, Item or Trace|
For more on Business Object, please follow the link.