Managing Master Data with webMethods OneData 10.5 | Managing Master Data with webMethods OneData | Administering webMethods OneData | Working with Metadata | Comparing Metadata | Creating a Metadata Compare Profile
Creating a Metadata Compare Profile
To perform any action with metadata, you must execute a profile. A profile defines all the information about the transfer that OneData needs. This procedure describes how to create the compare profile.
* To create a metadata compare profile
1. Familiarize yourself with metadata constraints and restrictions before beginning this procedure. For more information about rules and constraints with transferring metadata, see Transferring and Importing Metadata.
2. On the Menu toolbar, click Administer > Metadata > Compare Metadata.
3. Click Add Profile.
4. Complete the profile properties:
a. Complete the profile name and description.
b. Select the destination repository and destination project.
Note: The Project field is only available if projects are enabled in the system properties.
c. Optionally, narrow the selectable objects by entering date ranges during which the objects were created. This filter only applies if the Select All objects option is used for one or more object types.
*Objects Created From: Specify the beginning date range that objects were created.
*Objects Created Till: Specify the ending date range during which objects were created.
d. Select the Output Display Mode to display all the records or only discrepancies between the source and destination repositories.
e. Select the logging options:
*Display logs on screen: Publishes logs to the screen.
*Write logs to file: Creates a log file.
*Log exceptions only: Creates a log file only when errors occur. Exceptions include minor transfer issues that do not affect the overall result of the metadata transfer.
f. Select the objects type to compare.
*Click Select All to select all defined objects of the selected type.
*Select specific objects by clicking Select. Select each object to add to the profile and click Set Values.
To remove selected objects, click Show Selected Values, select the objects that you want to remove and click Remove Values.
5. Click Save to save the profile.

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