Error From pin_rate_change In A Multi-DB Environment
(Doc ID 1088815.1)
Last updated on MARCH 07, 2019
Applies to:Oracle Communications Billing and Revenue Management - Version 18.104.22.168.0 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.
In a multi-DB environment, the price is changed, BRM create a /rate_change object on the primary database. After snapshot replication, the object is present on the secondary database.
Launched the pin_rate_change, connecting to a CM -> DM on the secondary database. Getting error because it wants to update the status of the /rate_change on the secondary database and it's not possible because it is a view.
See the dm_oracle message :
ORACLE error: do_sql_update: PINStmtExecute: code 1732, op 0
=ORA-01732: data manipulation operation not legal on this view
E Sun May 23 13:13:47 2010 dm:8666 dm_ops.c(177):4010 1:<no_name>:12966:1:5:1263826889:4
OP_WFLDS do_sql_update "update rate_change_t set poid_rev = poid_rev + 1, mod_t = :mod_t, status=:status where poid_id0 = :poid_id0", x=1, id 7494525
E Sun May 23 13:13:47 2010 dm:8666 dm_back.c(27):1420 1:<no_name>:12966:1:5:1263826889:4
DMbe #3: process_op: op 5, err 43
Which type of CM the pin_rate change have to be connected ?
Since pin_rate_change does modify/update the /rate_change object and since the actual /rate_change object is in the primary database, the pin_rate_chance application should also be run against the primary database. This is not just for pin_rate change, but any application that reads and updates an object should connect to the DB where the object actually resides.
But, after some internal analysis, a problem was found for pin_rate_change in a multi-DB environment. If the /rate_change object is in the primary DB then if you running pin_rate_change might not pick up the /purchased_products for accounts in the secondary DBs. This is because the search is doing a PCM_OP_SEARCH instead of a PCM_OP_GLOBAL_SEARCH.
As a confirmation, only the primary account are searched (but there is no such account in that DB).
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