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PostPosted: Fri Sep 25, 1998 1:24 pm 
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I was modifying the 10.7 Oracle RDT templates (OE and INV) and kept getting the following error messages when running an integrity check on the Universe.

Parse Joins - 3 Errors
Parse Failed: Invalid Definition
Parse Failed: Invalid Definition
Parse Failed: Invalid Definition

Check for Context - 3 Errors
Check for Isolated Join
Isolated Join:
Isolated Join:
Isolated Join:

Note that neither of these messages told me which join had a problem. I went through each join individually and parsed them, but couldn't find any problems. I then contacted tech support they suggested that I export the and then re-import the universe in question. That magically seemed to clear up the messages. Anyway, I just didn't want anyone else wasting time trying to figure out why these "blank" error messages appear.

- Greg


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PostPosted: Fri Sep 25, 1998 1:38 pm 
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And, should anyone modifying the RDTs for Oracle Payables, Oracle Purchasing, or Oracle General Ledger encounter the same behavior, follow the advice below (same thing happened to us).

--Amy Miller

At 11:24 AM 9/25/98 -0700, you wrote:
>I was modifying the 10.7 Oracle RDT templates (OE and INV) and kept getting the following error messages when running an integrity check on the Universe.

>Parse Joins - 3 Errors
>Parse Failed: Invalid Definition
>Parse Failed: Invalid Definition
>Parse Failed: Invalid Definition

>Check for Context - 3 Errors
>Check for Isolated Join
>Isolated Join:
>Isolated Join:
>Isolated Join:

>Note that neither of these messages told me which join had a problem. I went through each join individually and parsed them, but couldn't find any problems. I then contacted tech support they suggested that I export the and then re-import the universe in question. That magically seemed to clear up the messages. Anyway, I just didn't want anyone else wasting time trying to figure out why these "blank" error messages appear.

>- Greg


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