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DamConverterSupport Component Installation Throws SQL Error on Startup when Using DB2 as the Database (Doc ID 732845.1)

Last updated on FEBRUARY 28, 2019

Applies to:

Oracle WebCenter Content - Version and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.
DB2 Database


After enabling the DamConverterSupport component the Content Server no longer starts, and the below error is received:

Failed to initialize the server.
(internal)      08.12 15:49:43.098      main    !csFailedToInitServer (!csDbUnableToExecuteSql,UPDATE DocMetaDefinition SET dIsEnabled = '1' WHERE ((dName='xPackagedConversions') AND (dIsEnabled='0'))!$DB2 SQL error: SQLCODE: -401\, SQLSTATE: 42818\, SQLERRMC: =)-exception stack
intradoc.common.ServiceException: !csDbUnableToExecuteSql,UPDATE DocMetaDefinition SET dIsEnabled = '1' WHERE ((dName='xPackagedConversions') AND (dIsEnabled='0'))!$DB2 SQL error: SQLCODE: -401\, SQLSTATE: 42818\, SQLERRMC: =
        at intradoc.server.IdcServerManager.init(
        at IdcServer.init(
        at IdcServer.main(
Caused by: !csDbUnableToExecuteSql,UPDATE DocMetaDefinition SET dIsEnabled = '1' WHERE ((dName='xPackagedConversions') AND (dIsEnabled='0'))!$DB2 SQL error: SQLCODE: -401\, SQLSTATE: 42818\, SQLERRMC: =
        at intradoc.jdbc.JdbcWorkspace.executeSQL(
        at damconvertersupport.DamConverterSupportInstallFilter.enableField(
        at damconvertersupport.DamConverterSupportInstallFilter.createOrUpdateMetadataField(
        at damconvertersupport.DamConverterSupportInstallFilter.doInstall(
        at damconvertersupport.DamConverterSupportInstallFilter.doFilter(
        at intradoc.shared.PluginFilters.filter(
        at intradoc.server.IdcExtendedLoader.executeFilter(
        at intradoc.server.IdcExtendedLoader.extraAfterServicesLoadInit(
        at intradoc.server.IdcSystemLoader.loadServiceData(
        at intradoc.server.IdcServerManager.init(
        ... 2 more
Caused by: DB2 SQL error: SQLCODE: -401, SQLSTATE: 42818, SQLERRMC: =


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