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The Code Implemented in ODI 12c Knowledge Module Steps Gets Silently Corrupted (Doc ID 2585896.1)

Last updated on MAY 04, 2020

Applies to:

Oracle Data Integrator - Version 12.2.1.3.0 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.

Symptoms

The code implemented in Oracle Data Integrator (ODI) 12c Knowledge Module (KM) steps gets corrupted - the changes are lost or messed up when closing the KM editor.

For example, in the screen copy below, observe the code originally implemented from line #23 to #28 of a randomly chosen genuine ODI knowledge module:

        <%=odiRef.getGrpBy(i)%>
        <%=odiRef.getHaving(i)%>
        <%}%>
"""

<%} else {%>

Edit the code, and add the following comment at line #27:

    ///ceci est un commentaire pour tester la persistance du code écrit

Apply the changes, close the Editor window, and re-open the Editor window. Note that the KM changes do not need to be saved. It also is not required to close the knowledge module:

        <%=odiRef.getGrpBy(i)%>
        <%=odiRef.getH///ceci est un commentaire pour tester la persistance du code écrit aving(i)%>
        <%}%>
"""

<%} else {%>

 

NOTE: In the examples above, user details/company name/address/email/ telephone number all represent a fictitious sample from the Oracle Demo Vision Database. Any similarity to actual companies or actual persons, living or dead, is purely coincidental and is in no way intentional on the part of Oracle.

 

Cause

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