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POID Value Out of the Range Indicated in BATCH_CMT_T for Migrated Account With CMT (Doc ID 2079489.1)

Last updated on AUGUST 21, 2018

Applies to:

Oracle Communications Billing and Revenue Management - Version 7.5.0.0.0 to 7.5.0.0.0 [Release 7.5.0]
Information in this document applies to any platform.

Goal

The user is using CMT migration tool to import accounts from the legacy systems.

In the input XML, there is a custom profile which is being imported. Also, there is a script to identify all objects created for migrated accounts based on the batch_id reported by CMT when it is executed.

When executing the CMT, the following output indicates the batch_id:

> ./pin_cmt -import -file 1444845795266ejemplo_basico_10_vtr_fw_monetario_nombre_producto_OOB.xml 37
***************************************************
Batch id for this process is: 1717688
***************************************************


The batch_id is then used to retrieve the start_poid_id0 and end_poid_id0 column values from the table BATCH_CMT_T.
For example:

SELECT END_POID_ID0 END_POID, START_POID_ID0 START_POID, OBJ_ID0 
FROM BATCH_CMT_T 
WHERE START_POID_ID0 = 1717688;

END_POID    START_POID     OBJ_ID0
---------   ------------   ----------
1726909     1717688        1721146


The problem is that the POID of the custom profile created by CMT is out of the range of POIDs indicated in BATCH_CMT_T for the indicated batch_id.

> cat profile_t_1717688.dat
1,1719736,1444854309,"",5,1726937,"/profile/vtr/account",0,0,"",0


The POID for this profile is 1726937, which is greater than the end_poid_id0 1726909.

Is the POID range indicated in BATCH_CMT_T includes all POIDs reserved by CMT for the batch_id?
If it is true, could this be a bug in CMT?

Solution

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