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fn_drmDataLoader Fails Due to Parameter Not Being Parsed to Function (Doc ID 2528465.1)

Last updated on APRIL 14, 2023

Applies to:

Oracle Financial Services Asset Liability Management - Version 8.0.6 to [Release 8 to 8.1]
Information in this document applies to any platform.
Oracle Financial Services Asset Liability Management (ALM)
Oracle Financial Services Analytical Applications (OFSAA)
Oracle Financial Services Enterprise Performance Management (EPM)


After ALM upgrade from to, fn_drmDataLoader function was first run while providing 2 parameters to it: 4 and 'N'.

Batch always fails because the second parameter is missing (default value is used), regardless of whether this function is called from Batch Execution or from ESIC.


The failure status can be founded in Batch Monitor screen.

Function only shows the first parameter in execution log.



[INFO][BACKEND][OFSAA][DTCPP] Parameter : 4, 'N'                                                                                                                     <--- Provided execution parameters
[INFO][BACKEND][OFSAA][DTCPP] Parameter values passed from ICC :4
[INFO][BACKEND][OFSAA][DTCPP] Parameters definied for the DT :(pDimensionId)
[INFO][BACKEND][OFSAA][DTCPP] Replacing TASKID and INFODOM, if present in extra params, Parameters :4
[INFO][BACKEND][OFSAA][DTCPP] Finding the presence of "V_TASK_ID"
[INFO][BACKEND][OFSAA][DTCPP] Parameters : fn_drmDataLoader,'OFSALMINFO_ALM_F2T_PROD_20181231_8','20181231',4          <--- Only one parameter is passed
[INFO][BACKEND][OFSAA][DTCPP] child pid : 25321
[INFO][BACKEND][OFSAA][DTCPP] Exited pid : 25321, status : 256
[INFO][BACKEND][OFSAA][DTCPP] exit status : 1
[INFO][BACKEND][OFSAA][DTCPP] Step Failure : 84F8C3BBF51F13A8E055D2273B5E400A




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