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Interval Data Handle Attributes not Copied to Array in Rules Language (Doc ID 1364647.1)

Last updated on MARCH 24, 2019

Applies to:

Oracle Utilities Energy Information Platform - Version 1.6.1.0 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.

Symptoms


When assigning interval handles to arrays the custom attributes are not copied. When checking the data manager SQL log file you see that the stored procedure is not receiving the correct input values from the array save statement.


//
MY_HNDL.APPROVALSTATUS = "COMPLETED";
MY_HNDL.FK_WRPUSGCA_CATEGORYCODE = "FINAL";
//
#ARR[1] = MY_HNDL;
//
DUMMY = INTDSAVEEX("", "", "RWECNCOUNTCUT", #ARR[]);
DUMMY = INTDSAVEEX("", "", "RWECNCOUNTCUT", MY_HNDL);
//
SAVE COMMIT;


When executing the rate, the bulk save of #ARR[] will fail as the APPROVALSTATUS does not have a value even though this was set against MY_HNDL before being assigned to #ARR[].

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