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Unique Constraint Error During Migration of Accounts Into Multiple Schemas with CMT (Doc ID 1912044.1)

Last updated on MAY 07, 2021

Applies to:

Oracle Communications Billing and Revenue Management - Version to [Release 7.5.0]
Information in this document applies to any platform.


On : BRM version, Conversion Manager(CMT)

Issue :

Unable to migrate accounts into Multiple Schemas with CMT

Details :

* In multi-schema account migration, POID_ID0 of /uniqueness object is not mangled and causes 'unique constraint violated' error when other accounts are created using standard account creation OpCodes.
* Consider the following customer scenario :
   - In a multi-schema environment having 12 schemas, 4 accounts were migrated on one schema, say pin08
   - All poids for objects created in pin08 schema (/account, /service, and so on) are mangled, but poids for /uniqueness objects created in primary pin (pin01) are not.
   - Poids for those 4 entries in uniqueness (for the 4 accounts that were migrated ) are, for example : 40438500286, 40438500262, 40432348078, 40432348054
   - As these poids are not mangled, when a new account is created using standard OpCodes (that create /uniqueness objects having mangled poids), it generates an error of 'unique constraints violated' on unique index defined on POID_ID0 column in UNIQUENESS_T table.


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