Cannot Disable Components if Back Quote Is Used in Notification of Expiration Query

(Doc ID 848868.1)

Last updated on FEBRUARY 08, 2018

Applies to:

Oracle Universal Content Management - Version: to - Release: 10gR3 to 10gR3
Oracle Universal Content Management - Version: to   [Release: 10gR3 to 10gR3]
Information in this document applies to any platform.


When using a back quote in an Notification of Expiration query, although the notification is sent, this causes a problem in trying to disable any UCM component. The component does not move to the disabled list when you attempt to disable it.

An example Notification Query used is as follows:

NotificationQuery=(dOutDate > `<$dateCurrent()$>` <AND> dOutDate < `<$dateCurrent(30)$>`) <OR> (xLiveExpirationDate > `<$dateCurrent()$>` <AND> xLiveExpirationDate < `<$dateCurrent(30)$>`)


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