Multidimensional Valuesets Are Not Automatically Updated When Deleting Dimensions Values Over 999 Position - ORA-34706 - ORA-33160
(Doc ID 593323.1)
Last updated on FEBRUARY 03, 2019
Applies to:Oracle OLAP - Version: 10.2.0.4
Information in this document applies to any platform.
When removing a value, that is located after the 999 position, from a dimension, the multidimensional valuesets defined over that dimension are not automatically updated (the value is not automatically removed from them).
On the other hand, when removing any of the first 999 values from the dimension, the multidimensional valuesets are automatically updated.
- The issue does not reproduce on single-dimensioned valuesets, but only on multidimensional valuesets.
- The issue does not reproduce when deleting dimension values that are within the first 999 values of the dimension, but when deleting anyone above that limit.
- Once the valueset is reset the error will not appear until the next value above 999 position is deleted from the base dimension.
2 DIMENSIONs 1 VALUESET
DEFINE CUST.ORDERVSET VALUESET CUST <CUST.HIERDIM>
LD Stores dimension order for each CUST hierarchy
lmt cust to all
lmt cust.ordervset to all
export cust.ordervset to eif file 'test.eif'
show statrank(cust '101010')
show statrank(cust '100050')
maintain cust delete '100050'
So, the valueset was automatically updated removing the value from it too.
maintain cust delete '101010'
So, the valueset was not automatically updated.
limit cust.ordervset remove '101010'
ERROR: (ORA-34706) 101010 is not a valid CORRUPTDIM1!CUST.
export cust.ordervset to eif file 'test1.eif'
ERROR: (ORA-33160) The CORRUPTDIM1!CUST dimension does not have a
value at position 1009.
ORA-33160: The CORRUPTDIM1!CUST dimension does not have a value
at position 1009.
limit cust.ordervset to all
export cust.ordervset to eif file 'test2.eif'
The error stops occurring after resetting, until a value above 999 position is deleted again.
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