Oracle SCM Repository Installation Guide


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Log Files

The tables below show the names of the log files from an installation, migration or upgrade that has run to completion, as well as the log files produced when version control is enabled.

These files reside in the log directory, the default location of which is Oracle_home\REPADM61\LOGS, where Oracle_home is the directory where the Oracle9iDS products are installed.

To check the current location of the log file directory:

  1. In the Repository Administration Utility window, click the Check Requirements button.
  2. In the Check Requirements Utility window, expand the Parameter Settings node.
  3. Expand the node labeled \HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\ORACLE\REPADM61.
  4. Select the node labeled LOG_DIRECTORY_RAU. The location is displayed in the right-hand pane of the window.

Note:

If any of the listed log files is missing, the operation may have terminated abnormally. The cause may be apparent in the log files, or there may be insufficient disk space.


Installation Log Files

The following table shows the names of the log files created during installation of a new repository, together with a brief description of each file.

Log file (.log)

Contains a log of...

CKDES2

importing SYSCASE and RM meta data

CKPREREQ

importing Repository Administration Utility driving data

Log file (.lis)

Contains a log of...

CKCOMREP

compiling invalid objects

CKCOMVW

creating common views

CKCONST

creating product specific constraints

CKCRERLE

creating repository roles

CKCRESYN

creating synonyms for user access

CKDRPSYN

dropping synonyms

CKGLBWRK

creating the Global Shared Workarea for the repository

CKINDX

creating product specific indexes

CKPACCOM

creating common packages

CKPACK

creating product specific packages

CKPRIOVW

creating the package resolved meta view on CK_INSTALLED_OBJECTS

CKREPINI

initializing the repository owner's account and organizing access rights

CKRMTAB

loading RM meta data

CKROLGRT

granting object access to repository role

CKSEQ

creating product specific sequences

CKSYSFOL

creating product specific System Folders

CKTABS

creating Oracle Designer or Repository 6i tables

CKTRIG

creating Oracle Designer or Repository 6i triggers

CKTYPE

creating product specific types

CKVERS

updating the repository version number

CKVIEW

creating product specific views

JRCON

creating repository constraints

JRFUN

creating repository functions

JRIND

creating repository indexes

JRLOB

creating LOBs

JRODD409

creating product specific ODD migration tables

JROPACK

creating registered packages

JRPACK

creating repository packages

JRSEQ

creating repository sequences

JRSYN

creating repository synonyms

JRTAB

creating instance data tables

JRTRIG

creating repository triggers

JRTYPE

creating repository types

JRVIEW

creating repository views

Migration Log Files

The following table shows the names of the log files created during migration of a pre-6i repository, together with a brief description of each file.

Log file (.log)

Contains a log of...

CKMIGREQ

importing Repository Administration Utility driving data

Log file (.lis)

Contains a log of...

CKACCRTS

migrating access rights

CKCOMPST

compute statistics when migrating a full repository (only if you connect to the target repository as the repository owner)

CKCOMREP

compiling invalid objects (only if you connect to the target repository as the repository owner)

CKFOLMEM

creating folder members

CKMIGCOM

analyzing migration tables

CKMIGDAT

migrating data

CKMIGFUN

creating migration functions

CKMIGIND

creating migration indexes

CKMIGINI

initializing repository objects to migrate (dropping the migration ID mapping table, JR_ID_MAPS)

CKMIGTAB

creating JR_ID_MAPS

CKMIGTYP

updating types in the migration table

CKPOPALG

populating JR_ID_MAPS with application logic

CKPOPELE

populating JR_ID_MAPS with repository elements

CKPOPSDD

populating JR_ID_MAPS with DIAGRAM_SEGS, global names and dependencies

CKPOPSTR

populating JR_ID_MAPS with repository associations

CKPRECOM

analyzing tables in the source repository when migrating a full repository

CKPREMIG

verifying and amending instance data before migrating a full repository

CKPREREC

recompiling packages after running the Repository Analyzer when migrating a full repository

CKPURGE

running the Repository Analyzer before migrating a full repository

CKUPGALT

performing specific upgrade changes to tables

CKUPGCOM

analyzing upgrade tables

CKUPGDRP

dropping upgrade tables

CKUPGEND

verifying and amending specific upgrades

CKUPGIND

creating specific upgrade indexes

CKUPGMCO

performing specific upgrades for reuseable module components

CKUPGMOD

performing specific upgrades for modules

CKUPGPAC

loading specific upgrade packages

CKUPGSU

performing summary usages for PL/SQL modules

CKUPGTAB

creating specific upgrade tables

CKWKAREA

creating workareas

CKWKCOMP

compiling workareas if the repository uses the available version control features

Upgrade Log Files

The following table shows the names of the log files created during upgrade of a release 6i repository, together with a brief description of each file.

Log file (.log)

Contains a log of...

CKPREREQ

importing Repository Administration Utility driving data

Log file (.lis)

Contains a log of...

CKCOMPST

computing statistics

CKCOMREP

compiling invalid objects

CKCRESYN

creating synonyms for user access

CKDRPMR

dropping API objects to be upgraded

CKGRTROL

granting repository role to subordinate users

CKINDX

reloading product specific indexes

CKMETMxx

adding meta data from previous release(s)

CKPACCOM

reloading common packages

CKPACK

reloading product specific packages

CKPRIOVW

reloading the package resolved meta view on CK_INSTALLED_OBJECTS

CKREPINI

initializing the repository owner's account and organizing access rights

CKROLGRT

granting object access to repository role

CKTABS

reloading Oracle Designer or Repository 6i tables

CKUPDMxx

flagging objects to be reloaded for upgrade to intermediate release(s)

CKVERS

updating the repository version number

JRPACK

reloading repository packages

JRTRIG

reloading repository triggers

JRVIEW

reloading repository views

 Versioning Log Files

The following table shows the names of the log files created when version control is enabled.

Log file (.lis)

Contains a log of...

CKCISYSF

checking in the System Folder for products when adding objects to a repository that uses version control

CKENBVER

enabling version control


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