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How to Export & Import Migration Projects Using Web Service? (Doc ID 2534032.1)

Last updated on MAY 04, 2021

Applies to:

Oracle Transportation Management Cloud Service - Version 18 and later
Oracle Global Trade Management Cloud Service - Version 18 and later
Oracle Transportation Management - Version 6.4.2 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.

Goal

One way to export and import the migration project from a source server to a target server is using web service. The high level steps involved in this process are:

  1. Create the Export Migration Project on the source server.
  2. Importing the Migration Project using the web service option on the Migration Project Import Process on the target server by providing the web service definition of the source server and the source export project ID.

When you use this process, you invoke the process from the target server. Once invoked, the export project definition of the export project defined on the source is pulled using the “exportProjectDefiniton” web service operation and the response is used to create an import project on the target server. Using this import project definition, you will request details of each object group using the “exportObjectGroup” web service definition and response is used for importing the objects of this group to the target server.

Follow the steps below to create a migration project and import the project using web service.

 

Solution

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In this Document
Goal
Solution
 Creating a Web Service
 Run Migration Project Import Process
 General Section
 Source Migration Project Details Section
 Import Status
 Migration Project Lifetime Events
 Command Line Tools
 Export – mpExport.sh (Unix) / mpExport.cmd (MS Windows)
 Import – mpImport.sh (Unix) / mpImport.cmd (MS Windows)

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