I'm pretty new to this whole Clarity thing and we're in the process of upgrading from V12.0.4 to V13.1 through the prescribed upgrade path.
Unfortunately, the Datamart Extraction job is failing. The initial lines of the error from the log are below...
ERROR 2013-12-03 14:17:06,138 [Dispatch pool-4-thread-10 : bg@PIBAPPDV24 (tenant=clarity)] niku.blobcrack (clarity:admin:24843622__7B5590E8-5EA8-46B4-84EF-66BA11CB81B9:Time Slicing) Exception during blobcrack process com.niku.union.persistence.PersistenceException: SQL error code: 512 Error message: [CA Clarity][SQLServer JDBC Driver][SQLServer]Subquery returned more than 1 value. This is not permitted when the subquery follows =, !=, <, <= , >, >= or when the subquery is used as an expression. SQL error code: 3621 Error message: [CA Clarity][SQLServer JDBC Driver][SQLServer]The statement has been terminated. Executed: update odf_ca_dpif_obj_prj_deliver set odf_ss_dpif_att_del_sdstar = ? where odf_ss_dpif_att_del_sdstar is null Derived from statement: <?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8"?> <statement sortColumnPath="/data/header/sortInfo/@sortColumn" sortDirectionPath="/data/header/sortInfo/@sortDirection" slicePath="/data/header/pagination/sliceInfo/@slice" sliceSizePath="/data/header/pagination/sliceInfo/@sliceSize" inputSource="map" xmlns="http://schemas.niku.com/2002/pmd"> <sql dbVendor="all"> <text>update odf_ca_dpif_obj_prj_deliver set odf_ss_dpif_att_del_sdstar = ? where odf_ss_dpif_att_del_sdstar is null </text> <param name="sliceStatusFlag" path="sliceStatusFlag/@value" type="long" direction="IN" expressionListDelimiter=","/> </sql> </statement>
The Datamart Rollup job runs without error but the NBI_CLEAN_DATAMART_SP returned a lot of "0 rows affected".
I've compared the settings for the V12 and V13 apps and they are the same. Project data is present in the system following the upgrade. I've googled around time slices but I'm not really sure what to do here. The Timeslice job runs without error as do other Java jobs. If I've forgotten any critical info, please let me know.
Any advice greatly appreciated.