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Item Induction IINDBATCH Concurrency Issue Running Items Ind And Cost Changes Ind At Same Time (Doc ID 2853766.1)

Last updated on JANUARY 11, 2024

Applies to:

Oracle Retail Merchandising Foundation Cloud Service - Version 19.3 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.


On : NA version, Merch - Items

Item Induction IINDBATCH concurrency issue running Items ind and Cost Changes ind at same time.

The issue can be reproduced at will with the following steps:

1. Setup have both “IINDBATCH_PROCESS_ADHOC” (to process Items) and “IINDBATCH_CC_PROCESS_ADHOC” (to process cost changes) jobs running as Standalone jobs in POM.
2. “IINDBATCH_JOB” in POM is configured to pick up “ITEM_MASTER_RRP” files.
3. “IINDBATCH_JOB” in POM is configured to pick up “COST_CHANGE_MFCS” files.
4. When both jobs run at same time (with files to process), they fail.
5. In MFCS “Data Loading Status” screen, we can see that each induction job (Items/ CostChanges) tried to process both Items and Cost Changes files.
6. “IINDBATCH_JOB” (Items) execution logs:
  - can see it runs with the right parameters;
  - picks up the right Items file (ITEM_MASTER_RRP_BATCH_00000000000000000561.xml) and with right template (TVG_SP_ITEM_MASTER);
  - but then it also tries to process the Cost Changes file (COST_CHANGE_MFCS_BATCH_00000000000000000560.xml) with the Items template (TVG_SP_ITEM_MASTER), which fails.
7. “IINDBATCH_CC_JOB” (Cost Changes) execution logs:
  - can see it runs with the right parameters;
  - but it tried first to load the Items file (ITEM_MASTER_RRP_BATCH_00000000000000000561.xml) but using Cost Changes template (TVG_SP_COST_CHANGE), which fails;
  - later it also tried to process correctly the Cost Changes file (COST_CHANGE_MFCS_BATCH_00000000000000000560.xml) and also using the correct Cost Changes template (TVG_SP_COST_CHANGE).


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