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Identifying missing database tables

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Updated on April 12, 2022

To confirm that all the required database tables in the Pega Platform base schema are present in your system after an update, view the Update Applications Schema tab.

Before you begin: This report is visible only to users with the ViewAndOptimizeSchema privilege.
  1. In the header of Dev Studio, click ConfigureSystemReleaseUpgradeUpgrade Applications Schema.
  2. Optional: Click Refresh All to generate a new report evaluating the current state of the system.
  3. Review the information under each heading:
    • Missing Pega Platform Shipped Schema lists tables, views or columns that are expected for the Pega Platform release you updated to but are missing from your system.
    • Update Rule Tables lists Rule- classes that are not mapped to the expected Pega Platform Rule tables as shipped for the update release.
    • Update Data Tables lists Data- classes that are not mapped to the expected Pega Platform Data tables as shipped for the update release.
    • Update Work and History Tables lists Work- and History- classes that are not mapped to the expected Pega Platform Work and History tables as shipped for the update release.
    • Update Auto Generated Tables lists Work- and History- classes that are not mapped to auto-generated classes consistent with the tables mapped to Pega shipped classes.
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