Replication of implicitly defined DLO parent objects - assure_mimix - 10.0

Assure MIMIX Administrator Reference

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Assure MIMIX™ Software
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10.0
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English
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Assure MIMIX
Title
Assure MIMIX Administrator Reference
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2023
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1999
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2024-05-07
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The values specified for System 1 folder (FLR1) and System 1 document (DOC1) in a data group DLO entry explicitly identify one or more DLO objects for consideration and implicitly identify the parent objects within the path to the specified object. Table 22 shows an example of implicitly and explicitly identified DLO objects.

When evaluating journal transactions for objects identified by data group DLO entries, object replication (QAUDJRN) will process the implicitly identified parent objects as follows:

  • Create or change operations for an implicitly defined parent object are replicated.

  • Move/rename operations of an implicitly defined parent object that is within the configured namespace or that would cause the parent object to be moved into the configured namespace are replicated.

  • Move/rename operations that would cause an implicitly defined parent object to no longer be part of (moved out of) the configured namespace are not replicated.

  • Delete operations for an implicitly defined parent object are not replicated.

    Table 1. Example of a data group DLO entry with implicit and explicit objects

    Folder Value

    Document Value

    Objects within Namespace

    Description

    A/B/C/D 
    *ALL
    A

    Implicitly defined parent object

    Only the objects identified by what follows the right-most / in FLR1 and the objects specified in DOC1 are explicitly defined.

    A/B/C

    Implicitly defined parent object

     
    A/B/C/D

    Explicitly defined object (folder)

     
    A/B/C/D/E.doc

    Explicitly defined object (document)

     
    A/B/C/D/MYFLR

    Explicitly defined object (folder)