Last updated on AUGUST 29, 2017
Applies to:Oracle Commerce Platform - Version 10.0.2 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.
You have two repositories using two different switching data sources: CampaignRepository (with SwitchingDataSource) and ProductCatalog (with SwitchingDataSource_catalog). They both switch between LiveA and LiveB.
When you query the CampaignRepository from a single item, it generates SQL that accesses the product tables in the same datasource as the campaign repository even though the ProductCatalog is switched to another active schema.
CampaignRepository: holds items of type campaignItems, that represent a single group of products that are included in a marketing campaign. A campaign can have multiple campaignItems. An item has references to SKUs through an intermediate discount repository item: Campaign -> campaignItem -> discount -> 1 SKU -> product -> ancestorCategories. The top categories of a catalog are called marketing groups.
You want to filter the campaign items for SKUs that are part of a marketing group, and are part of an active campaign in the customer's client group. The RQL used for this is:
The issue is that the catalogue switches, so you don't know whether LiveA or LiveB should be used as prefix
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