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During Install Domain Indexes (Text and Spatial) on HR Tables Do Not Compile (Doc ID 2569680.1)

Last updated on NOVEMBER 17, 2020

Applies to:

Oracle Human Resources - Version 12.2.8 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.

Goal

While applying a patch we are receiving this set of errors:
DOC> **********************************************************************
DOC> SECTION-34 [minimal]
DOC> **********************************************************************
DOC> "Index Must be usable."
DOC>
DOC> - P1: Unusable indexes block DML access to the table
DOC> - Fix: Rebuild the index.
DOC> SQL> alter index owner.index_name rebuild;
DOC> - Indexes on unused tables can be ignored
DOC> - Note: Unusable indexes where ITYP_OWNER='CTXSYS' will not block
DOC> DML and are not P1 issues.
DOC>#

OWNER INDEX_NAME TABLE_NAME
---------------- -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- ------------------------------
ITYP_OWNER
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
HR PER_ADDRESSES_N4 PER_ADDRESSES
CTXSYS

HR PER_ADDRESSES_SPT PER_ADDRESSES
MDSYS


2 rows selected.

Please advise on how to correct the issue on these tables ( if needed)

We have tried the following:
SQL> alter index HR.PER_ADDRESSES_N4 rebuild;
alter index HR.PER_ADDRESSES_N4 rebuild
*
ERROR at line 1:
ORA-28337: the specified index may not be defined on an encrypted column


SQL> alter index HR.PER_ADDRESSES_SPT rebuild;
alter index HR.PER_ADDRESSES_SPT rebuild
*
ERROR at line 1:
ORA-28337: the specified index may not be defined on an encrypted column

Please provide help on how to resolve this issue with these Indexes.

Solution

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