SPE database deployment options

Configure the Standards Processing Engine (SPE) deployment options to identify and organize the artifacts that you deploy from Design Studio to the SPE database.

Tenant Identifier
Associates an identifier with the artifacts that you check in, and creates a segment in the database for the artifacts that are associated with the identifier. The tenant identifier is sometimes called the reference identifier.
Make checked in resource the default
You can store multiple versions of artifacts and maps in the SPE database. SPE uses the default version when you invoke the ENVELOPE, DEENVELOPE, or TRANSFORM command.

When you enable this option and deploy an artifact that already exists in the database, the new version becomes the default version in the database. If you do not enable the option and you deploy an artifact that already exists in the database, the new version is added to the database, but the current default remains the default version. If you do not enable the option and you deploy an artifact that does not exist in the database, the new artifact is added to the database and becomes the default version.

You can use the SPE trading partner user interface to change the default version of a map or artifact in the SPE database.

Use default comments
Enable this option to associate a pre-configured comment with an artifact that you deploy to the database. The comments display when you view the artifacts with SPE Trading Partner user interface.

Click Show Comments to display or edit the check-in comment. You can enter freehand comments, or you can use the variables in any order to dynamically create comments at check-in time. If the comment exceeds 255 characters when the variables are resolved, Design Studio truncates the comment.

For example, when you specify the following check-in comment as the default comment:
Test of {map_schema_dir} {map_schema_name} on {timestamp}
The check-in comment in the database looks similar to:
Test of C:\HCL\TransformationExtender 8.4.1 PreProcessEDI on 
Fri Oct 11 09:26:14 EDT 2013
{timestamp}
Adds the current time and date to the check-in comment.
{user_name}
Adds the system account user name to the check-in comment. The system account user name is configured in the Microsoft Windows system properties. Note that this user name can be different from the SPE database user name.
{project_name}
Adds the name of the project from which the artifact is deployed to the SPE database.
{map_schema_dir}
Adds the directory of the map or schema on the local file system to the check-in comment.
{map_schema_name}
Adds the name of the map or schema that you are deploying to the check-in comment.