FTP Standard Process Failing With ORA-00904: "A"."ADJ_EFFECTIVE_DATE" Errors (Doc ID 2296858.1)

Last updated on AUGUST 14, 2017

Applies to:

Oracle Financial Services Funds Transfer Pricing - Version 6.1.1.1 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.
Oracle Financial Services Analytical Applications (OFSAA)
Oracle Financial Services Funds Transfer Pricing (FTP)

Symptoms

On FTP 6.1.1.1, FTP process is now failing with the below errors in the FTP debug log:

ERROR

Module Logging OFS errors: (203105) Oracle drv_oci error: OCI Function: [4] - oexec(),
  oexn() SQL Function: [4] -
SELECT Oracle Error: ORA- 00904: "A"."ADJ_EFFECTIVE_DATE":
  invalid identifier Driver Function: drv_oci::Execute() SQL
  Statement:
select a.rowid, a.ORG_UNIT_ID, a.GL_ACCOUNT_ID, a.COMMON_COA_ID,
  a.PRODUCT_ID, a.COST_DRIVER_ID, a.CUSTOMER_ID, a.id_number,
  a.identity_code, a.as_of_date, a.cur_net_rate,
  a.ADJ_EFFECTIVE_DATE, a.org_term, a.org_term_mult, a.pmt_freq,
  a.pmt_freq_mult, a.org_book_bal, a.percent_sold,
  a.adjustable_type_cd, a.cur_book_bal, a.MATCHED_SPREAD_ALT,
  a.LIQUIDITY_PREMIUM_RATE_ALT, a.accrual_basis_cd,
  a.cur_tp_per_adb, a.interest_rate_cd, a.last_reprice_date,
  a.margin, a.maturity_date, a.next_reprice_date,
  a.origination_date, a.prior_tp_per_adb, a.rate_cap_life,
  a.rate_chg_min, a.rate_chg_rnd_cd, a.rate_chg_rnd_fac,
  a.rate_floor_life, a.reprice_freq, a.reprice_freq_mult,
  a.teaser_end_date, a.tp_average_life, a.tp_duration,
  a.tp_effective_date
from VW_FSI_D_CORE_DEPOSIT_LP a
where a.ISO_CURRENCY_CD = :ISO_CURRENCY_CD
and a.COMMON_COA_ID = :COMMON_COA_ID
and as_of_date = to_date('07/ 31/ 2017', 'mm/ dd/ yyyy')

There have not been any changes made to this standard process and looks like its incorrectly generating the select statement.

FTP Standard Process Name - CORE_LP_STAND_VIEW
View VW_FSI_D_CORE_DEPOSIT_LP on able FSI_D_CORE_DEPOSIT

The issue can be reproduced at will with the following steps:
1. Run FTP Process - CORE_LP_STAND_VIEW

Cause

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