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EAM: Interface Load Process Going To No Success with single-row subquery UPDATE PS_ASSET SET ARO_ID (Doc ID 2346510.1)

Last updated on JANUARY 08, 2018

Applies to:

PeopleSoft Enterprise FIN Asset Management - Version 9.2 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.

Symptoms

On :  9.2 version, Interface

Interface load process going to no success  

File: /vob/peopletools/src/psappeng/aedebug.hSQL error. Stmt #: 1723  Error Position: 31  Return: 14 27 - ORA-01427: single-row subquery returns more than one row Failed SQL stmt: UPDATE PS_ASSET SET ARO_ID = ( SELECT DISTINCT A.ASSET_ID FROM PS_AMIF_IPA_TMP2 A W HERE A.PROCESS_INSTANCE = 9206450 AND A.INTFC_TYPE = 'FAD' AND A.GROUP_ASSET_ID = ' ' AND A.BUSINESS _UNIT = 'FT114' AND A.ARO_ID = PS_ASSET.ASSET_ID) , SES_LAST_DTTM = CAST(SYSTIMESTAMP AS TIMESTAMP) WHERE BUSINESS_UNIT = 'FT114' AND EXISTS ( SELECT 'X' FROM PS_AMIF_IPA_TMP2 A WHERE A.PROCESS_INSTAN CE = 9206450 AND A.INTFC_TYPE = 'FAD' AND A.GROUP_ASSET_ID = ' ' AND A.BUSINESS_UNIT = 'FT114' AND A .ARO_ID = PS_ASSET.ASSET_ID)  

ERROR
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File: /vob/peopletools/src/psappeng/aedebug.hSQL error. Stmt #: 1723  Error Position: 31  Return: 14 27 - ORA-01427: single-row subquery returns more than one row Failed SQL stmt: UPDATE PS_ASSET SET ARO_ID = ( SELECT DISTINCT A.ASSET_ID FROM PS_AMIF_IPA_TMP2 A W HERE A.PROCESS_INSTANCE = 9206450 AND A.INTFC_TYPE = 'FAD' AND A.GROUP_ASSET_ID = ' ' AND A.BUSINESS _UNIT = 'FT114' AND A.ARO_ID = PS_ASSET.ASSET_ID) , SES_LAST_DTTM = CAST(SYSTIMESTAMP AS TIMESTAMP) WHERE BUSINESS_UNIT = 'FT114' AND EXISTS ( SELECT 'X' FROM PS_AMIF_IPA_TMP2 A WHERE A.PROCESS_INSTAN CE = 9206450 AND A.INTFC_TYPE = 'FAD' AND A.GROUP_ASSET_ID = ' ' AND A.BUSINESS_UNIT = 'FT114' AND A .ARO_ID = PS_ASSET.ASSET_ID)  


STEPS
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The issue can be reproduced at will with the following steps:
Load assets into AM by running AMIF1000 process


Cause

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