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Error 'Seed data table must have a unique index' in section 32 GSCC reports (Doc ID 2774084.1)

Last updated on MAY 05, 2021

Applies to:

EMEA Add-on Localizations - Version 12.2 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.

Symptoms

Reported Issue
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On upgrading to R12.2.X environment from R12.2.X and running the Global Standard Compliance Checker (GSCC) report an error
is observed under section - 32.

Error message in section - 32
--------------------------------------
DOC>  **********************************************************************
DOC>  SECTION-32  [full]
DOC>  **********************************************************************
DOC>  "Seed Data Table must have a unique index."
DOC>
DOC>   - P2: Run Edition updates to these tables will not be synchronized to the
DOC>         Patch Edition if these tables are loaded during online patching.
DOC>   - This violation can be ignored if the table is "Read-Only" for the runtime
DOC>     application.  To remove read-only tables from this report, please log a
DOC>     bug with AD (166/OP).
DOC>   Note: This check only works after Online Patching Enablement.
DOC>#

OWNER            TABLE_NAME
---------------- ------------------------------
CLE              CLE_FA_METHODS_EXT
CLE              CLE_PF_COL_NAMES

OWNER TABLE_NAME
---------------- ------------------------------
CLE CLE_FA_METHODS_EXT
CLE CLE_PF_COL_NAMES


Steps for replication
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The issue can be reproduced at will with the following steps:
1. Run GSCC report on the upgraded instance .
2. An error is observed under section -32.

Expected behavior
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As this reports is about compliance wanted clarification over the next steps
wherein to address this error further.

Changes

 

Cause

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