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Internal Error/Core Dump With TP Rate Propagation On Table Names With 19+ Characters (Doc ID 116936.1)

Last updated on MARCH 25, 2019

Applies to:

Oracle Transfer Pricing - Version 4.5 to 4.5.39 [Release 4.5]
Information in this document applies to any platform.
Oracle Financial Services Applications (OFSA) - Version 4.5

Checked for relevance on 06-May-2010.


Symptoms

When running a Transfer Pricing (TP) Process Id that uses the Propagate Rates option in Oracle Transfer Pricing (TP) 4.5,  an Internal Error in the Server Status Screen is received and a core dump  is recorded in the Request Queue (RQ) Log:

Running TP, Process ID: 101108 Configuration ID: 101109
E(/TP[2193])50 (905002) Child died with signal11.
E(/TP[2193])50 (905003) Core file renamed to core.2193.0.
E(/TP[2193])50(905002) Child died with signal 11.
E(/TP[2193])50 (905001) Child dumped core.
E(/TP[2193])50 (905002) Child died with signal 11.
E(/TP[2193])50(905001) Child dumped core.
E(/TP[2193])50 (905002) Child died with signal 11.
E(/TP[2193])50 (905001) Child dumped core.
Tue Jul 25 09:26:24 2000 :Process 3669: failed with unknown error.
Status: 1009

Cause

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