The Schemas section lists the various schemas detected in the current source.
Using this section can help to discover which schemas the source contains, as well as the features that were discovered in them.
This section is shown only for Oracle and PostgreSQL sources.
Items listed within the Schemas Section include all non-excluded schemas that were detected during the scan.
The Migration Complexity bar is shown when a target is currently selected for this source. The bar reflects the complexity of the schema based on the directly detected features within it. The evaluation is calculated in isolation from global features or features detected in other schemas.
Click the icon at the top right of any item to open the Schema Analysis page of the respective schema.
When the page is in Discovery Mode, the Migration Complexity bar is hidden.
Expanding the schema items reveals a list of Detected Features area. The features listed in this area are those that were detected in that specific schema.
Features are listed alphabetically. Indicators next to the feature reflect the relative migration complexity impact this particular feature has. The indicators are hidden if no target is currently selected for the source.
When the same feature is detected in multiple schemas, it is listed in each of the schemas.
When a feature is detected in the source but is not confined to one or multiple schemas, it is not listed within any of the schemas.