Map Source Tables to Target Tables

On the Data Compare Table Mapping panel, you can map source tables to target tables. By mapping tables, table pairs are selected for the strategy.
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On the Data Compare Table Mapping panel, you can map source tables to target tables. By mapping tables, table pairs are selected for the strategy.
You can use CA RC/Query reports to display specialized information about your tables (for example, a list all objects dependent on a table). To display the available CA RC/Query report options, enter
?
in the OPT field or Map # field.
Follow these steps:
  1. Define a strategy by completing the fields of the Data Compare Strategy Services panel.
    The Create Data Compare Strategy panel appears.
  2. Specify the source and target subsystems on the Create Data Compare Strategy panel.
    You can also update an existing strategy to add pairs. To do so, enter
    U
    next to the strategy on the Data Compare Strategy Services panel, then enter
    I
    in the command line on the Data Compare Explode Services panel.
    The Data Compare Table Mapping panel appears.
  3. Create one or more pairs by typing a source table number in the MAP# field next to a target table (to map a pair together), and then press Enter when all pairs are set up.
    Press F7 (Up) and F8 (Down) to scroll the source table list. Press F10 (Left) and F11 (Right) to scroll the target table list.
    Mapped target tables are added to the Mapped Object Queue and are no longer displayed.
  4. (Optional) Enter
    S
    in the command line to view the queued object.
    The Mapped Object Queue panel appears.
  5. (Optional) Enter
    S
    in the command line to exit the Mapped Object Queue panel.
    The Data Compare Table Mapping panel appears.
  6. Press the END key when table pair selections are complete.
    The Data Compare Explode Services panel appears, where you can further update the data compare strategy as needed.