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To be able to monitor the clone process in detail you can include the ‘%Complete’ field on the Clone History list (clone_instance table) or the Clone form.
The clone automation updates the clone history with the same information that is available on the Change Request at the same frequency.
The %Complete field however is updated more often and will reflect the total clone progress % in more detail.

 

Steps to include ‘%Complete’ column on the System Clones list:

  1. Go to ‘Lists’ module (sys_ui_list table) and filter it to show records where Table column (sys_ui_list.name) is ‘System Clone’ (clone_ instance)
  2. Locate record where View is ‘Default View’ and User is empty and open it
  3. Record the highest number on the Position column (By default there should be 7) and click on ‘New’ button
  4. On the List Element New Record form, type “data_percent_complete” in the Element field and desired number in Position field. By default there should be 8 but if the form has been customized before, just increment number you recorded in step 3
  5. Submit the new record.
  6. Clear the instance cache by typing cache.do in the Filter Navigator on the instance or running ‘Cache Flush’ module.
    (Be careful, this step can cause performance degradation on your instance)

 

Steps to include ‘%Complete’ field on the System Clone form:

  1. Go to ‘Form Sections’ module (sys_ui_section table) and filter it to show records where Table column (sys_ui_list.name) is ‘System Clone’ (clone_ instance)
  2. Locate record where View is ‘Default View’ and Caption is ‘Additional Details’ and open it
  3. On the Section Elements related list locate element “.end_split” and change its number from 9 to 10 or, if this form section was modified before, just increment its position for one.
  4. Click on ‘New’ button
  5. On the Section Element New Record form, type “data_percent_complete” in the Element field and number 9 in Position field (or the position of the “.end_split” element before you incremented it in the step 3)
  6. Set Type to ‘element’
  7. Clear the instance cache by typing cache.do in the Filter Navigator on the instance or running ‘Cache Flush’ module.
    (Be careful, this step can cause performance degradation on your instance)

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Last Updated:2018-07-13 06:58:10
Published:2018-07-13