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SSP_ins_wo_hdr Failed: With Error Literal Does Not Match Format String (Doc ID 1323474.1)

Last updated on DECEMBER 04, 2019

Applies to:

Oracle Communications ASAP - Version 5.2.4 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.
***Checked for currency on 28-May-2013***


The SARM terminated with SYS_TERM Event and unable to process work order. Created PL/SQL statement as follows:

begin :retval
:batch_group,:extsys_id,:rtn_val); end;
145125.440:7: LOW:ASC_cprpcexec() :1510:control/libasc/ctlib.c
RPC(log_event) Complete in 27ms, First Result in 27ms
145125.446:49:PROG:check_status :1682:control/libasc/ocilib.c
Error: OCIStmtExecute [ORA--1] Failure...

145125.446:49:PROG:checkerr :1828:control/libasc/ocilib.c
Error - ORA-01861: literal does not match format string
ORA-06512: at line 1
145125.446:49:SANE:ASC_cprpcexec_nobind() :3400:control/libasc/ctlib.c
Error: RPC SSP_ins_wo_hdr failed
145125.446:49:PROG:System Event 
ASAP System Event: SYS_ERR
WO: OSM.7845.316449, RPC [SSP_ins_wo_hdr] Failed
Created PL/SQL statement as follows : begin :retval
ew_wo_stat,:status,:extsys_id,:rollback_exceptions); end;
145125.449:49:PROG:check_status :1682:control/libasc/ocilib.c
Error: OCIStmtExecute [ORA--1] Failure...

145125.450:49:PROG:checkerr :1828:control/libasc/ocilib.c
Error - ORA-01861: literal does not match format string
ORA-06512: at line 1
145125.450:49:SANE:ASC_cprpcexec_nobind() :3400:control/libasc/ctlib.c
Error: RPC SSP_insert_wo_event failed
145125.450:49:PROG:System Event 
ASAP System Event: SYS_TERM
Error: RPC 'SSP_insert_wo_event' Failed for WO OSM.7845.316449
145125.469:7: LOW:ASC_cprpcexec() :1510:control/libasc/ctlib.c
RPC(log_event) Complete in 23ms, First Result in 23ms
145125.470:7: LOW:RPC Param :1377:control/libasc/ctlib.c
Sending er.c
3 : reason = Error: RPC 'SSP_insert_wo_event' Failed =
145125.483:7: LOW:ASC_cprpcexec() 
Application SARMdev1 Terminating Due to SYS_TERM Event


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