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Oggbd replicat applying multiple tables records into a Aws S3 file (Doc ID 2604918.1)

Last updated on MAY 21, 2020

Applies to:

Oracle GoldenGate Application Adapters - Version 12.3 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.

Symptoms

Oggbd replicat applying multiple tables records into a Aws S3 file

for ex:

The S3 file shows multiple tables in a single file

--
{"table":"<Schema>.<Table1>","op_type":"I","op_ts":"2019-10-08
10:53:38.000780","current_ts":"2019-10-08T06:53:42.251002","pos":"000001788100
06135373","tokens":{"R":"AAAdq2AAKAACBLxAAJ"},"after":{"<column>":2019
100800000489,
--
--"<column40>":null,"<column 41>{"table":"<schema>.<TABLE2>","op_type":"I","op_ts":"2019-10-08
10:53:38.000780","current_ts":"2019-10-
08T06:53:42.251001","pos":"00000178810006134867","tokens":{"R":"AAAdq1AAKAACAx
YAAT"},"after":{"<column1>":2019100800000489,"<col2>":"
<column3>","EFFECTIVE_DATE":"2019-10-08
--

That is prior finishing the columns for the table
<SCHEMA>.<TABLE1> it started with the other table <SCHEMA>.<TABLE2>

Cause

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