ORA-02289: Sequence Does Not Exist Error Running SCD on User Defined Dimension
Last updated on MARCH 13, 2017
Applies to:Oracle Financial Services Analytical Applications Infrastructure - Version 7.2 and later
Oracle Financial Services Asset Liability Management Analytics - Version 5.6 and later
Oracle Financial Services Enterprise Financial Performance Analytics - Version 5.6 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.
Oracle Financial Services Analytical Applications (OFSAA)
For Oracle Financial Services Profitability Analytics (PFTBI) 5.6 or Asset Liability Management Analytics (ALMBI) 5.6, when you run the Slowly Changing Dimension (SCD) process for a user defined dimension / leaf, the SCD fails and the following error message is listed in the SCD log in /<ftpshare>/<Infodom>/logs:
Type I Update statement:
End of Cursor
Error Msg :->
Error Msg :-> ORA-02289: sequence does not exist
Error in ClsUDBOperations::insertUsingPlaceHolders: could not commit
1 *ORA-02289: sequence does not exist
Statement for dimension delete updates: update DIM_<dimension> set DIM_<dimension>.F_LATEST_RECORD_INDICATOR = 'N' where ( N_<dimension>_ID ) in ( select N_<dimension>_ID from DIM_<dimension> where N_<dimension>_SKEY not in (0, -1) and DIM_<dimension>.F_LATEST_RECORD_INDICATOR = 'Y' minus select DIM_<dimension>_V.N_<dimension>_ID from DIM_<dimension>_V) and N_<dimension>_SKEY not in (0, -1) and DIM_<dimension>.F_LATEST_RECORD_INDICATOR = 'Y'
New records inserted ...0
Type II records inserted ...0
Type I updates...0
Dimension delete updates ...0
The error prevents rows from being inserted in the target DIM_<dimension> table by the SCD process.
You already inserted all required data for the user defined dimension into SYS_TBL_MASTER, SYS_STG_JOIN_MASTER, and SETUP_MASTER. Data exists in the DIM_<dimension>_V view. You cannot find any instructions in the PFTBI or ALMBI User Guide for creating a sequence.
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