You can analyse application to identify the components that are eligible for transformation.
- Add and Edit an Application.
REFACTORtags to the Application.
- Update VM Credentials or Assign a Common Credentials.
- Introspect the VMs.
- For WebLogic analysis, you must have read permission on the WebLogic domain folder (DOMAIN_HOME) that you are analysing and on the artifact path if it is outside DOMAIN_HOME.
- For Tomcat analysis, you must have read permission on the Tomcat folders (CATALINA_BASE and CATALINA_HOME) that you are analysing and on the external libraries, applicaton .war or .jar locations that resides outside of CATALINA_BASE/webapps.
- You must have access permissions to the following Linux commands:
- Click Analyze from the main menu.
- Click on the arrow next to the application name.
You see the list of analyzable and non-analyzable components in the application.
- On the Analyzable tab,
- Click Analyze.
You see the Analysis task is triggered on the tasks list. If the analysis is successful, you see the Promote to Transform option available for use.
- For WebLogic: The Analysis task internally uses Oracle’s WDT (WebLogic Server Deploy Tooling) to extract the domain information. It generates a model .yaml file that you can before containerization.
- For Tomcat: The Analysis task discovers the tomcat instance for configuration from
CATALINA_BASE, deployed applications, custom libraries, and DB resources.
- For Oracle database: The Analysis task requires database details. For more information, see Analyze the Oracle Database.
- Click the Promote to Transform option.
Note: Once you promote the component to the transform phase, you cannot undo the operation.
- Click Proceed on the confirmation page.
You see the list of missing file names in the message prompt, if any.You see the status as Moved to Transform.
- Click Analyze.