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ORA-22922: nonexistent LOB value" error when selecting a clob value in an Index-Organized Table with a date column in the primary key

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Question/Problem Description
An "ORA-22922: nonexistent LOB value" error is received when selecting a clob value in an Index-Organized Table with a date column in the primary key.
Steps to Reproduce
Clarifying Information
Steps to Reproduce:
  • Create the following table:
    create table class1H001 (bbr_object_name varchar2(230) NOT NULL, bbr_value_date date NOT NULL,faststringtype3 clob NULL, constraint class1P001 primary key(bbr_value_date, bbr_object_name))organization index PCTTHRESHOLD 10 overflow
     
  • Populate table:
    insert into class1H001 values ('object1', to_date('2008-07-28 10:30:00','YYYY-MM-DD HH24:MI:SS'), 'fast')
     
  • Run the next statement:
    select* from class1H001
Error Message[DataDirect][ODBC Oracle Wire Protocol driver][Oracle]ORA-22922: nonexistent LOB value
Defect/Enhancement NumberDD00040941
Cause
Resolution
Reproduced the issue with build 5.30.0.126. 
Defect DD00040941 has been fixed in build 5.30.0.127. 

Click here for instructions on how to download and install the patch.
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