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Contacts Migration Adds Additional Backslashes In Data When Commas Present In Contacts (Doc ID 2195387.1)

Last updated on APRIL 28, 2021

Applies to:

Oracle Communications Contacts Server - Version and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.


Using:  Contacts Server

It seems that entries with commas that are migrated, are stored with a triple (\\\) backslash, delimiting the comma and results in the UI displaying it with a single backslash.  While, if you create a new entry with a comma, it is stored with a single backslash to correctly delimit the comma, resulting in the UI not displaying any backslash.

For example, if a user in PAB has:

displayName: Lastname, Firstname

After migration they are stored in the Contacts database as:

FN:Lastname\\\, Firstname

And the vcard looks like:





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