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Two tables with same column name but different case throws Archiver exceptions during table import (Doc ID 1400827.1)

Last updated on SEPTEMBER 05, 2018

Applies to:

Oracle WebCenter Content - Version 10.1.3.3.3 to 11.1.1.5.0 [Release 10gR3 to 11g]
Information in this document applies to any platform.

Symptoms

In Webcenter Content(formerly UCM), two tables having same column name but different case, throws below exception when the tables are imported via Archiver.

Unable to import value into table 'Vendor'. An error occurred with the query. Could not find the parameter 'Name'. [ Details ]
The content server has generated a diagnostic warning. The stack trace below shows more information.
!csUnableToImportTableValue,Vendor!syParameterNotFound,Name
intradoc.data.DataException: !syParameterNotFound,Name
at intradoc.data.DataBinder.getEx(DataBinder.java:1139)
at intradoc.data.DataBinder.get(DataBinder.java:938)
at intradoc.server.SerializeTable.createQuery(SerializeTable.java:637)
at intradoc.server.SerializeTable.mergeTable(SerializeTable.java:344)
at intradoc.server.SerializeTable.importTable(SerializeTable.java:265)
at intradoc.server.archive.ArchiveTableHelper.doImportTableEx(ArchiveTableHelper.java:769)
at intradoc.server.archive.ArchiveTableHelper.doImportTable(ArchiveTableHelper.java:656)
at intradoc.server.archive.ArchiveHandler.importExportFile(ArchiveHandler.java:1939)
at intradoc.server.archive.ArchiveHandler.doImport(ArchiveHandler.java:1796)
at intradoc.server.archive.ArchiveHandler.doArchiving(ArchiveHandler.java:260)
at intradoc.server.archive.ArchiverMonitor.doArchiving(ArchiverMonitor.java:541)
at intradoc.server.archive.ArchiverMonitor$4.run(ArchiverMonitor.java:626)
at java.lang.Thread.run(Thread.java:595)

Changes

In the above error stack, a table called as "Vendor" existed on the source and target CS. The table had a column name called as "Name". The case for this column "Name" was different on both the CS instances.

Cause

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