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How To Expire Instance Party Relationships In Install Base For Multiple Instances (Doc ID 1570921.1)

Last updated on DECEMBER 04, 2019

Applies to:

Oracle Installed Base - Version 11.5.10.2 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.

Goal

This datafix has been approved by development for customer consumption on 02/Sep/2013.

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 Sometimes instance party relationships need to be expired 'en masse'. In earlier releases of Install Base this used to be possible using the Mass Edit feature. However, the ability to change the dates on party relationships was disabled from this form because it was found to cause many unintended errors both within Install Base and external to it by dates being adjusted inappropriately. Development took the decision to disable this feature. The following notes explain this a little more:

Note.821968.1 - Install Base Mass Edit Party Start Date And End Date Fields Are Disabled
Note.1496093.1 - Unable To Enter Start Or End Date For Resource Group In Install Base Mass Edit Form

Currently the only supported standard method of altering this information in your release is via the Parties screen in the Oracle Installed Base User responsibility - but this means doing it one by one which may, in some circumstances be impractical.

This note provides a data fix script which can be used to expire instance party relationships for multiple instances using the i_party_relationships_pub.expire_inst_party_relationship API. This effectively provides the same functionality as the Install Base UI screen but for multiple instances rather than one by one.

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