Usage > Migrations > Migration process 

This function makes it possible to describe and schedule the different unit operations (named hereafter "procedures") relating to the optimized migration process implemented in the SAFE platform, from version 6.4. A standard migration process is supplied from version 6.4.

Each record created in this table represents a unit migration process. The scheduling rules of these processes are described in a dedicated annex.

Here, it is possible to add specific migration procedures, or to change (with restrictions) some scheduling rules.

It is recommended, however, to be careful while changing the standard content of the table, for several reasons:

  • this table is common to all the folders, its modification will impact all the folders to migrate.
  • the careless modification of this table can lead to the migration procedure resulting incomplete or, worse, inoperative.


SEEREFERTTO Refer to documentation Implementation

Screen management

The screen makes it possible to describe the various procedures which are assigned to a stage, a phase, a module and a rank. The standard procedures are identified by a checkbox. The information provided in the lower part of the screen is purely informative. It makes it possible to know, for documentary purposes, which tables in the data base are impacted by the migration procedure.

Entry screen


The following fields are present on this tab :


  • Code (field CODE)

This code identifies the created records in a unique manner.

  • field AINTIT


  • Active (field ACTIF)
  • Standard (field STANDARD)

Running order

  • Step (field RANGMOD)
  • Phase (field PHASE)
  • Module (field MODULE)

Module belonging to the setup. This field is used to specify whether the screen has to be created in the folder database. It is specified when the module linked to the screen is active in the folder.

  • Sequence (field RANG)
  • Global index (field INDICEM)


  • field ADESCRIP


  • field ADESCRIP1


  • field ADESCRIP2


Informative data

  • Update (field TABTYP)



Error messages

The only error messages are the generic ones.

Tables used

SEEREFERTTO Refer to documentation Implementation