Projects - Business Objects

Modified on Fri, 13 Oct 2023 at 09:28 PM

All elements of hopp are created using Business Objects. 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 project/business but could be Customers, Accounts, Policy, Patents, Mortgage etc. 

Business Objects are the basis for the mapping, for the actual iterations of the migration executions and for the surfacing of the migration results and Events. When executing, every Business Object passes through the migration steps as one unit.

Here the Business Objects provide a common reference for all users working on and related to the migration project. 

The illustration shows the default "Anchor" user for the Business Object "Accounts and Customer". Here you have the option to not migrate a specific Business Object.

The "Do not migrate" option enables users to run the migrations without the chosen Business Objects.

To read more about the concept of Business Objects, please see here!

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