I am looking for option to assign a view to a particular Project while developing/creating RPD .
Background : Created a view in production using MUD environment last week and reports relying on the view is working fine.Yesterday when i accessed the same RPD for addding additional columns view is unavailable.When contacted Admin they said that view is not assigned to any project.(Right click on view and selected project which is showing zero objects)
Process i followed to create a view :
1) Right click in physical layer of my project and new physical table and then added the query(It is joined with multiple tables) and i didnt deploy view(Today only i understood it leads to bad performance when it is fired).
Also i imported a table for testing purpose even that table is not assigned to any project.
Requesting to explain how we can assign a project while creating view/importing tables
Reviewed the documentation,Even we follow almost the same process for RPD deployment,I did exactly same as mentioned in our internal documentation and its also followed by various other teams.
My question here is:
RPD i am working on currently is already in production for 2 years and i created a view in our project itself.But as i stated i am unable to view the project when i right click and select projects.
Any suggestions/help on this.
Check your process again.!!
Refer to : http://docs.oracle.com/cd/E21764_01/bi.1111/e10540/devenvironment.htm#i1049458
Check : About the Multiuser Development Merge Process
Warning about added objects. When a person checks out a project, they have the ability to modify that project in any way and check it back in. Deletions and modifications are ways in which the integrity of the project is maintained. However, adding objects might introduce objects into the repository that do not belong to any project. Therefore, all project related objects are checked and if a new object is found, a warning message appears.
You must add newly created metadata to the project definition in the master repository for it to be visible in future extracted versions of the project. For example, if a developer checks out a project, adds a new object, and then checks it in, the new object is not visible in extracted versions of the project until it is explicitly added to the project definition. See "Creating Projects" for instructions.
Mark if helps.!
I will verify and provide an update on it.
As far as i remember i don't think i received any explicit message as stated in "Warning about added objects" after adding a object.Also i would need to go through "Creating Projects" steps before i mark this question.
Thank you for responding.
Today i tried to access the RPD using MUD environment but i was informed by Admin that there is code freeze and suggested not to do any thing using MUD till Apr 7th.
I will keep you update on this activity.