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ORACLE database returns errors due to extra characters in the SQL query generated by the DataServer

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TitleORACLE database returns errors due to extra characters in the SQL query generated by the DataServer
URL NameORACLE-database-returns-errors-due-to-extra-characters-in-the-SQL-query-generated-by-the-DataServer
Article Number000186576
EnvironmentProduct: OpenEdge
Version: 11.3.3
OS: Windows
Other: DataServer
Question/Problem Description
ORACLE database returns errors due to extra characters in the SQL query generated by the DataServer.

Example of query generated by the DataServer with extra set of paranthesis:

SELECT 
<..........>
FROM <foreign owner>.<table> T0 LEFT OUTER JOIN <foreign owner>.<table> T1 
ON (T1.U##<table> = T0.U##<table>) 
WHERE ((T0.U##<table> = upper(:1)()))



 
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Clarifying Information
Error MessageORACLE error -3001 see "ORACLE Error Messages and Codes Manual". (1252)
ORACLE error -907 see "ORACLE Error Messages and Codes Manual". (1252)
-- ** missing right parenthesis
Defect/Enhancement NumberDefect PSC00341428
Cause
This is a defect in the SQL query translation made by the DataServer.
Resolution
Upgrade to OpenEdge 11.5.1 or later where this issue has been corrected.
Workaround
Utilize the parameter -nojoinbysqldb or the statement QUERY-TUNING(NO-JOIN-BY-SQLDB) in the application logic to specify that the client evaluate and performs queries that have joins

For example,

At startup:       

            $DLC/bin/_progres -nojoinbysqldb (This must be specified during compilation and at run-time in case of dynamic queries)

In ABL( This will disable server side sorting on a query by query basis):

            FOR EACH customer, EACH order OF customer QUERY-TUNING(NO-JOIN-BY-SQLDB):

Note: This will disable the performance improvements made to the DataServer on 11.x.
Notes
Last Modified Date10/15/2015 8:34 PM
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