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I have one question about oracle datatype.
When I try to insert data by FDA, 'ORA-12704' error has occured.
1) Adobe Campaign Database : Oracle, nvarchar data type
2) ODS(External Database) : Oracle, varchar2 data type
Please let me know how can I solve this problem.
You can also check character set in both databases.
As mentioned in the link shared by Ananya , this issue could be
Also you can enable to sql log and see what actual query is being generated when you perform update and how it is different from the query which is there in Java script.
Hello Ananya Kuthiala
Thanks for your response.
But I can not change DB fields.
Because it is not our database.
In adobe campaign,
var cnx = application.getConnection();
var table = vars.tableName;
var iSql = "MERGE INTO UOCMS02.APP_CAR_BUY_CNT APP ";
iSql = iSql + " USING ";
iSql = iSql + " (SELECT IFAMILY_REPURCHASE_CNT ";
iSql = iSql + " , ISELF_REPURCHASE_CNT ";
iSql = iSql + " , SI_DI ";
iSql = iSql + " , SI_RESNO ";
iSql = iSql + " FROM " + table +" ";
iSql = iSql + " WHERE 1=1 ";
iSql = iSql + " ) SO ";
iSql = iSql + " ON (APP.I_RESNO_DI = SO.SI_DI) ";
iSql = iSql + " WHEN MATCHED THEN ";
iSql = iSql + " UPDATE SET ";
iSql = iSql + " APP.RE_BUY_CNT = SO.ISELF_REPURCHASE_CNT ";
iSql = iSql + " , APP.FAMILY_RE_BUY_CNT = SO.IFAMILY_REPURCHASE_CNT ";
iSql = iSql + " , REG_DT = SYSDATE ";
iSql = iSql + " WHEN NOT MATCHED THEN ";
iSql = iSql + " INSERT (I_RESNO_DI, RE_BUY_CNT, FAMILY_RE_BUY_CNT, REG_DT) ";
iSql = iSql + " VALUES(SO.SI_DI, SO.ISELF_REPURCHASE_CNT , SO.IFAMILY_REPURCHASE_CNT , SYSDATE) ";
It is ok. there is no error. But,
case 2 : By update activity (using FDA external database)
@I_RESNO_DI : VARCHAR2
@I_DI : NVARCHAR2
In this case, 'ORA-12704' error has occured.
I think if we can insert (or update) by query without no convert datatype, adobe campaign can insert (or update) too.
Please let me know any other tip or advice.
It seems the error appears because of mismatch of column types. Could you ask your DB team to change fields from varchar2 to nvarchar ( On the DB ) and see if that helps
Here is an link for the same error discussed in one of the Oracle forums
ORA-12704 character set mismatch