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Upgrade Fails on Invymscg.ldt For Upgrade to 12.2.4 (Doc ID 2065403.1)

Last updated on OCTOBER 23, 2017

Applies to:

Oracle Yard Management - Version 12.2.4 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.

Symptoms

Worker fails in application of upgrade <Patch 17919161> - ORACLE E-BUSINESS SUITE 12.2.4 RELEASE UPDATE PACK, with the following errors:
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ATTENTION: All workers either have failed or are waiting:
  FAILED: file invymscg.ldt on worker 1
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Worker log:

FNDLOAD APPS/***** 0 Y UPLOAD @INV:patch/115/import/invcatcg.lct @INV:patch/115/import/US/invymscg.ldt -
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US_invymscg_ldt.log:
  Error loading seed data for MTL_CATEGORY_DTL: CATEGORY_NAME = Trailer, STRUCTURE_CODE = YMS_EQUIPMENT_CATEGORY, ORA-20001: An unexpected situation occurred while executing routine Category Migration. The cause was: FLEX-NO MAIN KEY FLEX DEF (ROUTINE=Preprocess_Category_Rec);.
  Error loading seed data for MTL_CATEGORY_DTL: CATEGORY_NAME = Power Unit, STRUCTURE_CODE = YMS_EQUIPMENT_CATEGORY, ORA-20001: An unexpected situation occurred while executing routine Category Migration. The cause was: FLEX-NO MAIN KEY FLEX DEF (ROUTINE=Preprocess_Category_Rec);FLEX-NO MAIN KEY FLEX DEF (ROUTINE=Preprocess_Category_Rec);.
  Error loading seed data for MTL_CATEGORY_DTL: CATEGORY_NAME = Container, STRUCTURE_CODE = YMS_EQUIPMENT_CATEGORY, ORA-20001: An unexpected situation occurred while executing routine Category Migration. The cause was: FLEX-NO MAIN KEY FLEX DEF (ROUTINE=Preprocess_Category_Rec);FLEX-NO MAIN KEY FLEX DEF (ROUTINE=Preprocess_Category_Rec);FLEX-NO MAIN KEY FLEX DEF (ROUTINE=Preprocess_Category_Rec)

 

Changes

<Patch 17919161> - ORACLE E-BUSINESS SUITE 12.2.4 RELEASE UPDATE PACK, was applied.

Cause

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