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via Oracle Community by 3004, 1 year ago
The column "CLASS_CD" was set to multiple different values in this SQL statement. This is probably because the schema mapping uses a single column for multiple fields on the assumption that the fields will always store the same underlying value, but
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The column "SUBJECT_ENTI TY_UID" was set to multiple different values in this SQL statement. This is prob ably because the schema mapping uses a single column for multiple fields on the assumption that the fields will always store the same underlying
via Oracle Community by 3004, 1 year ago
The column "PERIODID" was set to multiple different values in this SQL statement. This column was initially set to "631", and was subsequently set to "631". This is probably because the schema mapping uses a single column for multiple fields on the a
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The column "IVHDR_UNID" was set to m ultiple different values in this SQL statement. This column was initially set to "24", and was subsequently set to "null". This is probably because the schema m apping uses a single column for multiple fields on t

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