CHAPTER 13 Moving AOL Objects Between Instances

As you saw in Chapter 3, there are many types of objects in the Application Object Library (AOL), including responsibilities, value sets, flexfields, menus, functions, concurrent programs, and so on. The common thing among all these object types is that their definitions are stored inside the database tables. Most likely a developer is responsible for defining these objects; however, objects such as flexfields, lookups, and value sets can often be defined by functional staff, support staff, or administrators. These objects are first defined in the Development instance and unit tested in the same instance. Following the unit tests, these objects must get created on the UAT instance and finally are ...

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