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FTP Process with Payment Schedule Records and Rate Propagation Fails with '(905002) Child died with signal 11.' (Doc ID 2654599.1)

Last updated on SEPTEMBER 12, 2021

Applies to:

Oracle Financial Services Funds Transfer Pricing - Version 8.0.5 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.
Oracle Financial Services Analytical Applications (OFSAA)
Oracle Financial Services Funds Transfer Pricing (FTP)

Symptoms

In FTP 8.0.5, when attempting to run an FTP Process containing Payment Schedule records (AMRT_TYPE_CD in 800, 801, or 802) and Rate Propagation, it fails with error below in the ofstp.xxxxxx.log from $FIC_DB_HOME/log/FusionApps:

Module Logging OFS Access module data: /* 307: io_id_pschdl::GetID_PSCHDL*/

Module Logging OFS Access module data: select
select FSI_D_PAYMENT_SCHEDULE.id_number,
          FSI_D_PAYMENT_SCHEDULE.payment_date,
          FSI_D_PAYMENT_SCHEDULE.instrument_type_cd,
          FSI_D_PAYMENT_SCHEDULE.amount,
          FSI_D_PAYMENT_SCHEDULE.identity_code
from FSI_D_PAYMENT_SCHEDULE
where FSI_D_PAYMENT_SCHEDULE.instrument_type_cd = 140.00000
          and id_number = ' xxxxxxx'
          and FSI_D_PAYMENT_SCHEDULE.identity_code = 20190731.00000
order by FSI_D_PAYMENT_SCHEDULE.payment_date
 


Module Logging OFS Access module data: /* mTP_Context->ProcData.calc_adj = 

Module Logging OFS Access module data: /* GetTRateCol() */

Module Logging OFS Access module data: /* mTP_Context->ProcData.calc_adj = 

Module Logging OFS Access module data: /* GetTRateCol() */

Module Logging OFS errors: (905002) Child died with signal 11. 

Module Logging OFS errors: (905001) Child dumped core.


In Common Object Maintenance > Process Tuning, multi-processing is enabled for Funds Transfer Pricing with Number of Processes > 1.

Cause

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