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Why Does Product Join to the NETWORK_COMPONENTS Table in the Definition of CES_CUSTOMERS_*? (Doc ID 1950406.1)

Last updated on JUNE 12, 2017

Applies to:

Oracle Utilities Network Management System - Version 1.11.0 and later
Oracle Network Management for Utilities - DMS - Version 1.11.0 and later
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Why does product do a join to the NETWORK_COMPONENTS table in the definition of CES_CUSTOMERS_*? = 'Y' AND
sn.h_idx in (SELECT max(h_idx) FROM supply_nodes
WHERE active = 'Y' GROUP BY device_id) AND = 'Y' AND
nc.h_cls = sn.device_cls AND
nc.h_idx = sn.device_idx AND
bitand(nc.current_status,2048) = 0

Is it purely to remove customers on devices with IGNORE_BIT set? If customer is not using any of the Pending Construction functionality and are confident that their existing CES_CUSTOMER definition cannot have any inactive devices, is there any reason they would need to do a join on network_components?


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