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FTP Propagation Process Fails When Run in Batch (Doc ID 2593293.1)

Last updated on OCTOBER 10, 2019

Applies to:

Oracle Financial Services Funds Transfer Pricing - Version 8.0.4 to 8.0.4 [Release 8]
Information in this document applies to any platform.
Oracle Financial Services Analytical Applications (OFSAA) 8.0.4
Oracle Financial Services Funds Transfer Pricing (FTP) 8.0.4


When running a production batch of FTP Processes, certain FTP Rate Propagation processes are failing when the update statement is executed.  The ofstp.xxxxxxx.log from $FIC_DB_HOME/log/FusionApps ends with the following code used for Rate Propagation:

Module Logging OFS calculation module data: update
update FSI_D_LEASES a
set (a.TRANSFER_RATE) = (select decode( NVL(a.TRANSFER_RATE, 0),
     0, decode (a.reprice_freq, 0, old.TRANSFER_RATE, decode (greatest
     (a.last_reprice_date, to_date ( '12/ 31/ 2018', 'MM/ DD/ YYYY')),
     to_date ( '12/ 31/ 2018', 'MM/ DD/ YYYY'), old.TRANSFER_RATE,
from FSI_D_LEASES_H old
where old.id_number = a.id_number
and old.as_of_date = to_date('12/ 31/ 2018', 'MM/ DD/ YYYY') )
and ((a.ID_NUMBER < ' 12345'
or a.ID_NUMBER > ' 12345')))
and as_of_date = to_date('01/ 31/ 2019', 'mm/ dd/ yyyy')
and a.as_of_date = to_date('01/ 31/ 2019', 'MM/ DD/ YYYY')
and exists(select id_number
from FSI_D_LEASES_H old
where old.id_number = a.id_number
and old.as_of_date = to_date('12/ 31/ 2018', 'MM/ DD/ YYYY') )
and not exists (select product_id
where t.product_id = a.COMMON_COA_ID
and t.transfer_price_sys_id = 202614.000000
and t.data_source_cd = 2)

There is no additional SQL in the log after the update.  The Batch Task ends in a status of "Failed".

There are no errors reported anywhere.  There are no errors in FSI_PROCESS_ERRORS.

The nohup.out does not contain an error.  The FTP Process execution ends with the following:

successfully read all database details
Connection to the following database was successful: <USER>
Running TP, Process ID: 292568
ID_TYPE = 204

The issue occurs when filtering for just one ID_NUMBER.

This only occurs when the FTP Processes are run in a batch.  When they run the same process from the FTP Process user interface, it runs successfully.

There are some propagation processes that do run successfully.


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