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Flattening Workspace Command With /DropIndexes Didn't Change The Indexes Xxx_M9 To NONUNIQUE (Doc ID 2232684.1)

Last updated on AUGUST 05, 2020

Applies to:

Siebel CRM - Version 16.3 [IP2016] and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.
Checked for Relevance on AUG-03-2020

Symptoms


Below bookshelf indicated the  /DropIndex parameter will mark all indexes as non-unique indexes:

Using Siebel Tools > Using Siebel Tools > Workspaces Administration > Flattening Workspace Versions

Run this command to mark all indexes as non-unique indexes and flatten the workspace versions:

3) Run command to flatten workspace with the  /DropIndexes option to mark all indexes as non-unique indexes:
   siebdev /c tools.cfg /l enu /d ServerDataSrc /u SADMIN /p SADMIN /FlattenWorkspace /DropIndexes SIEBEL SIEBEL ORACLE


Go to the database and check that  xxx_M9 indexes(for example,S_APPL_WEB_TMPL_M9,S_APPLET_M9) are not updated to NONUNIQUE . They are still UNIQUE

 

 

However, after running the Flattening workspace command with /DropIndexes,   the xxx_M9  indexes didn't change to  NONUNIQUE.

 

STEPS

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The issue can be reproduced at will with the following steps:

1) EnableWorkspace -s "C:\Siebel\Tools" -t SIEBEL -u SIEBEL -p SIEBEL -o "SSD default instance" -d Oracle -l C:\Siebel\Tools\LOG\EnableWorkspace.log -w SADMIN

 

2) Before flatten the woorkspace, follow the below steps to get around the error posted in the doc ID 2192128.1

   Log into siebel tools

   Create new workspace  (In Siebel Tools, select the Workspace menu and then Create option.)

   Make a change to any object

   Checkpoint  (In Siebel Tools, select the Workspace menu and then select the Checkpoint option.)

   Submit for Delivery  (In Siebel Tools, select the Workspace menu and then select the Submit for Delivery option.)

   Deliver (In Siebel Tools, select the Workspace menu and then select the Deliver option.)

   Log out

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