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DRG-11207: user filter command exited with status 128 (Doc ID 858652.1)

Last updated on JULY 14, 2009

Applies to:

Oracle Text - Version: 11.1.0.7
Microsoft Windows Server 2003 (64-bit Itanium)
Microsoft Windows Server 2003 (64-bit AMD64 and Intel EM64T)
Microsoft Windows (32-bit)

Symptoms

Indexing OS files using FILE_DATASTORE on Windows with Oracle Text 11.1.0.7 does not work.

Indexing documents with any other DATASTORE works.

When indexing OS files, the text index is created successfully however,
the DR$<index_name>$I table has now rows. Furthermore, ctx_user_index_errors
shows each document failed with the error

DRG-11207: user filter command exited with status 128

SQL> select * from documents;

        ID FULLPATH
---------- ------------------------
       101 C:\test\00008332.txt
       102 C:\test\00008351.txt
       103 C:\test\00008443.txt

SQL> CREATE INDEX file_index ON documents(fullpath)
  2  INDEXTYPE IS ctxsys.context
  3  PARAMETERS ('datastore ctxsys.file_datastore');

Index created.

SQL> select count(*) from dr$file_index$i;

  COUNT(*)
----------
         0

SQL> SELECT ERR_INDEX_NAME,
  2         to_char(ERR_TIMESTAMP,'YYYY-MM-DD:HH24:MI:SS'),
  3         ERR_TEXTKEY,
  4         ERR_TEXT
  5  FROM ctx_user_index_errors
  6  ORDER BY ERR_INDEX_NAME, ERR_TIMESTAMP desc;

ERR_INDEX_NAME TO_CHAR(ERR_TIMESTA ERR_TEXTKEY        ERR_TEXT
-------------- ------------------- ------------------ ------------------------
FILE_INDEX     2009-07-11:04:37:55 AAARUyAAEAAAAGMAAA DRG-11207: user filter
                                                      command exited with status 128   
FILE_INDEX     2009-07-11:04:37:55 AAARUyAAEAAAAGMAAC DRG-11207: user filter
                                                      command exited with status 128
FILE_INDEX     2009-07-11:04:37:55 AAARUyAAEAAAAGMAAB DRG-11207: user filter
                                                      command exited with status 128

3 rows selected.

Cause

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