Is It Required To Re-Partition the Tables With Basic partitions After Upgrade
(Doc ID 1939831.1)
Last updated on MARCH 23, 2019
Applies to:Oracle Communications Billing and Revenue Management - Version 22.214.171.124.0 and later
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Basic partitions (historic, last) exist for these tables and the is_partitioned column is 1 and partition_mode is 0 for these tables:
EVENT_BILLING_DISC_ACTION_T --> /event/billing/discount/action
EVENT_BILLING_ORDERED_GROUPS_T --> /event/billing/ordered_balgrp
EVENT_BILLING_DEAL_INFO_T --> /event/billing/deal
EVENT_BILLING_PRODUCT_ACTION_T --> /event/billing/product/action
EVENT_GROUP_SHARE_DISCOUNTS_T --> /event/group/sharing/discounts
EVENT_GROUP_SHARE_MEMBERS_T --> /event/group/sharing
EVENT_GROUP_SHARE_CHARGES_T --> /event/group/sharing/charges
Question:If partition_mode is set to 1 and re-execute partitioning process, will these tables get partitioned with partition_mode set to 1?
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