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12.2 Upgrade: Old 11i GL Tables Under a Wrong Schmea Are Reported Uncompliant: "Table must have an editioning view" (Doc ID 2856641.1)

Last updated on MARCH 22, 2022

Applies to:

Oracle General Ledger - Version 12.2 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.

Symptoms

Upgraded EBS 12.1.3 to EBS 12.2.10 instance and during Online Patching, Section 20 of 'EBS Online Patching Database Compliance Checker' shows as conflicts/Non-Compliant the following:
 

OWNER  TABLE_NAME              
BOM        GL_MC_BOOK_ASSIGNMENTS
BOM        GL_MC_CONVERSION_RULES
BOM        GL_MC_REPORTING_OPTIONS

Note these are old 11i GL Tables existing under the wrong schema (BOM - Bill of Materials).



ERROR:

in EBS Online Patching Database Compliance Checker:


10:52:41 DOC> **********************************************************************
10:52:41 DOC> SECTION-20 [full]
10:52:41 DOC> **********************************************************************
10:52:41 DOC> "Table must have an editioning view."
10:52:41 DOC>
10:52:41 DOC> - P2: These tables may not be patched using online patching.
10:52:41 DOC> - Fix: Execute the table upgrade procedure.
10:52:41 DOC> SQL> exec ad_zd_table.upgrade(table_owner, new_table_name)
10:52:41 DOC> Note: Tables that are dynamically created by application runtime
10:52:41 DOC> can be ignored.
10:52:41 DOC> Note: Tables that end with "_A" are typically audit tables
10:52:41 DOC> by the Audit Trail feature, and can be ignored.
10:52:41 DOC> Note: This check is only active after Online Patching Enablement.



STEPS TO REPRODUCE:
The issue can be reproduced at will with the following steps:
1. Upgrade EBS 12.1.3 to EBS 12.2.10
2. While running EBS Online Patching Database Compliance Checker > look for conflicts and non-compliance
3. Observe Section 20 reporting a few GL old tables which are under the wrong BOM schema

 

Changes

Upgrade EBS 12.1.3 to EBS 12.2.10.

Cause

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