Signal 11 Running Mapping Rule w/ Dimension Attribute with Datatype of VARCHAR not DIMENSION (Doc ID 395061.1)

Last updated on AUGUST 20, 2009

Applies to:

Oracle Profitability Manager - Version: 11.5.9 to 11.5.10
This problem can occur on any platform.

"Checked for relevance on 20-Aug-2009"

Symptoms

Users are getting a Signal 11 Error message when running a Mapping Rule that uses a Dimension Component Attribute that has a data type of VARCHAR versus a data type of DIMENSION. The VARCHAR Data Type is defined in the Dimension Attributes screen. For example:

Create an Dimension Attribute: Company Org
Code=HARSH_VAR
Name=HARSHA_VAR
Description=HARSHA_VAR
Order Type=Cardinal
Data Type=VARCHAR2 <===here is where is it defined, DIMENSION also appears in this LOV

If you try to use this VARCHAR attribute in a Mapping Rule you get the Signal 11 error message. When the Data type is defined as DIMENSION, the error goes away.

The "Program was terminated by signal 11" error message appears in the View Log as shown below:

CCE Starts at ccemain.occ!!!
+---------------------------------------------------------------------------+
Enterprise Performance Foundation: Version : 11.5.0 - Development

Copyright (c) 1979, 1999, Oracle Corporation. All rights reserved.

FEM_CCE module: Enterprise Profitability Manager Common Calculation Engine
+---------------------------------------------------------------------------+
Current system time is 22-AUG-2006 17:12:50
+---------------------------------------------------------------------------+
Performance Analyzer : Common Calculation Engine
Copyright (c) 1995,2005 Oracle Corporation. All rights reserved.
*** FCFilterCondition: SqlStr returned: ((a.LINE_ITEM_ID IN (SELECT CHILD_ID FROM FEM_LN_ITEMS_HIER_VS WHERE PARENT_ID = 37352 AND
..
AND (a.LEDGER_ID = 2002)
/opt/app/q1spn1c2/q1spn/q1spnappl/fem/11.5.0/bin/FEMCCE
Program was terminated by signal 11
+---------------------------------------------------------------------------+

Cause

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