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Migration Application Fails With 'ORA-00904: "T"."STABLE_VER_FLG": invalid identifier' at Repository Import Step. (Doc ID 2675899.1)

Last updated on MAY 29, 2020

Applies to:

Siebel CRM - Version 20.3 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.

Symptoms

Migration Application Fails With 'ORA-00904: "T"."STABLE_VER_FLG": invalid identifier' at Repository Import Step.

20.4 update was installed only in DEV environment but it had to be rolled back to the previous version 19.11.
Test environment is in 19.11 and was never updated to 20.4.

When trying to run an incremental migration from DEV to TST, there was an error on Incremental Runtime Repository import step.

 

Error:
2020-05-27 14:16:02 SQL Statement:
select t.ACTIVATION_DT, t.COMMENTS, t.CONFLICT_ID, t.CREATED, t.CREATED_BY, t.DB_LAST_UPD, t.DB_LAST_UPD_SRC, t.LAST_UPD, t.LAST_UPD_BY, t.MODIFICATION_NUM, t.REBASE_VER_ID, t.REPOSITORY_ID, t.ROW_ID, t.STABLE_VER_FLG, t.VERSION_NUM, t.WS_ID from SIEBEL.S_WS_VERSION t
2020-05-27 14:16:02 [tp][ODBC Oracle driver][Oracle]ORA-00904: "T"."STABLE_VER_FLG": invalid identifier

2020-05-27 14:16:02
2020-05-27 14:16:02 S0022: [tp][ODBC Oracle driver][Oracle]ORA-00904: "T"."STABLE_VER_FLG": invalid identifier
2020-05-27 14:16:02
2020-05-27 14:16:02 REPIMEXP-ERR-1124: Unable to import table "S_WS_VERSION" (UTLOdbcOutputBind select).
2020-05-27 14:16:02 Can not import file: \\LRCGIKDCAPMDW09\SiebelD\migration\1-YNO7VH\dat\repexport_39F39F2C617D.dat.
2020-05-27 14:16:03 All changes rolled back.



ERROR
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ORA-00904



STEPS
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The issue can be reproduced at will with the following steps:
1. DEV was updated from 19.11 to 20.4. (Later DEV was rolled back to 19.11, but it was not relevant.)
2. Migration was executed from DEV to TST that has been 19.11 and never updated to 20.4
3. As part of migration application, Repository Import to TST failed with ORA-00904.


Changes

Update 20.4 was applied against only one environment.

Cause

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