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Data Change Notification Event in JDBC Reports Wrong ROWID (Doc ID 1500154.1)

Last updated on MARCH 08, 2017

Applies to:

JDBC - Version and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.


Application using Data Change Notification sometimes receives the wrong ROWID within updates. This happens only for a few rows within a table and not all the rows.

For example:

1. The following row is updated using sqlplus:

SQL> update <owner>.<table> set <column>=191 WHERE rowid = 'AAASRrAAAAAAA3fAAA';


On the application side, the event received is the following:

2012.10.16 11:00:03:054 EDT | FieldDebug | CommonPersistency

OracleDCNListener event received: Connection information : local=lin16-hs22/, remote=<machine>./
Registration ID : 41227
Notification version : 1
Event type : QUERYCHANGE
Database name : <DatabaseName>
Query Change Description (length=1)
query ID=6571, query change event type=QUERYCHANGE
Table Change Description (length=1): operation=[UPDATE], tableName=<owner>.<table>, objectNumber=74859
Row Change Description (length=1):


The wrong ROWID is reported and does not exist at all in the table:

SQL> select <column> ,rowid from <owner>.<table> where rowid = 'AAASRrAABAANa0OAAA';

no rows selected



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