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Cant Use A Synonym As A Table Name In Data Properties When Creating New General Level (Doc ID 2129568.1)

Last updated on DECEMBER 04, 2019

Applies to:

Oracle Demantra Demand Management - Version and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.


Customer is trying to create a new general level called t_ep_pitem_parent

He has created a synonym t_ep_pitem_parent that points to table t_ep_pitem_child

When they try to create the general level in the business modeler, the synonym t_ep_pitem_parent is not visible in the list of values. Initially it was thought that it was a permission issue but they say that the permissions of the synonym should be granted already. The user is the Demantra schema owner DM that is creating the level. The synonym is owned by dm, and so is the target table. All the permissions should be high enough. When they try some simple pl/sql using the synonym instead of the table name they can update, delete, select, and insert into the synonym.

But they do see that configuration for seeded t_ep_cto_parent uses a synonym. It is a synonym for t_ep_cto_parent that points to t_ep_cto child. This is a seeded one

So does that mean that there is the limitation on the level creation tool that it cannot see a synonym that a user has created, and can see and use only the ones that oracle has created like in the case of t_ep_cto_parent ?



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