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Unique Constraint issue while creating/duplicating the projects, auctions


When the user tried to create a new Project or duplicate the Project. the below error occurs in the collaborator table and screen shot attached.

ORA-00001:unique constraint (ESOURCE.SYS_C0039064) violated

The issue is not occurring for all projects but sometimes it is throwing the error and points at one collaborator group and sometimes to another group or to the project owner itself.

Can anyone please throw some light on this. Appreciate your support on this.

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  • Posted on Dec 23, 2013 at 04:41 PM

    The Oracle error containing this id SYS_C0039064 is not descript enough to determine the actual constraint from here. However ypour DBA might be able to determine which table and what the constraint is. Based on your description of the problem, it sounds like a constraint on the collaborator table. We do have some constraints on this list where the same collaborator can't appear more than once. If this is the case you need to check all the places where collaborators and groups are added. (Templates, document security templates etc..) I would start with getting the constraint from the DB itself and go from there.



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    • This seems as expected there appears to be an issue with collaborators. In this log, there are 2 examples one is the owner that is assigned via the document security template and the second is a group assigned also by the document security template. We should review the contents of the document security template for projects. You can provide screenshots of all content. Next, if you are using templates, we would have to look at the contents of these. Next who are the users in the group IPS Travel & Facilities. Last, is username=gsssisub actually the user Sirisha Subbarayadu? If we don't make progress on this soon, I would suggest filing a message with support.



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