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Duplicate Records in RPM_FUTURE_RETAIL Table Caused By NewItemLocBatch or Any Multi-Threaded Batch (Doc ID 1268400.1)

Last updated on MARCH 08, 2019

Applies to:

Oracle Retail Price Management - Version 12.0.8 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.
***Checked for relevance 25-July-2013***


Duplicate records were found in RPM_FUTURE_RETAIL table after running a multi-threaded batch program such as NewItemLocBatch.

This causes the following error to occur while approving price events.

com.retek.platform.exception.RetekUnknownSystemException: @0PACKAGE_ERROR@1ORA-00001: unique constraint (XXX.PK_RPM_PC_TICKET_REQUEST) violated@2RPM_CC_PUBLISH.STAGE_PC_MESSAGES exception id: 1269266208693

Steps to Reproduce:

1. Log in to Retail Price Management(RPM).
2. Navigate to Promotion -> Create Promotions.
3. Create and approve a simple promotion for an item at the Z1 zone level, with start and end dates in the future.
4. Create and approve a price change for the same item/zone with effective date = promotion end date + 1.
      Records are properly created in the RPM_FUTURE_RETAIL table.
5. Log in to Retail Merchandising System (RMS).
6. Range the item to a few more stores from the same zone: L1, L2, L3, and L4 (four locations).
      Note: The number of locations ranged must be greater than THREAD_LUW_COUNT in the RPM_BATCH_CONTROL table for the NewItemLoc batch.
7. For NewItemLocBatch id in the RPM_BATCH_CONTROL table, set the value of NUM_THREADS to 2.
8. For NewItemLocBatch, set RPM_BATCH_CONTROL.THREAD_LUW_COUNT to 2.
      Note: This value must be less than the number of item-locations (in this case, four item-locations).
9. Run NewItemLocBatch.
       Duplicate records are created for the newly ranged locations in the RPM_FUTURE_RETAIL table.




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