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JDBC Table access, column does not exist

Hello SDN

Can you please help me with a file->XI->JDBC scenario I have?

This process of data transfer was working until I added in new columns to the DB such as Address_houseno. I also created these on the DT and message mappings. I can see these fields being passed in moni txn successfully as shown below but XI claims that this field does not exist on DB even tho it does. Does XI hold the DB structure in its Cache or does something need to be refreshed? Looking for forward to your assistance to this matter:

Error message:

Error while parsing or executing XML-SQL document: Error processing request in sax parser: Error when executing statement for table/stored proc. 'SAP_OWNER.SS001_EXCLUSIONS_XFER3' (structure 'STATEMENTNAME'): java.sql.SQLException: FATAL ERROR: Column 'ADDRESS_HOUSENO' does not exist in table 'SAP_OWNER.SS001_EXCLUSIONS_XFER3'

Moni XML :

<?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8" ?>

- http://helium.hertscc.gov.uk">

- <STATEMENTNAME>

- <TABLEINFO action="INSERT">

<TABLE>SAP_OWNER.SS001_EXCLUSIONS_XFER3</TABLE>

- <access>

<PARENT_NAME>Mr and Mrs ACKROYD</PARENT_NAME>

<ADDRESS_HOUSENO>27</ADDRESS_HOUSENO>

<ADDRESS_HOUSENAME />

<ADDRESS_APARTMENT />

<TOWN>Bedford</TOWN>

<COUNTY>Bedfordshire</COUNTY>

<POSTCODE>MK42 8HU</POSTCODE>

<REASON_CODE>VTBA</REASON_CODE>

<START_DATE>24-May-06</START_DATE>

<END_DATE>24-May-06</END_DATE>

<CREATION_DATE>03-DEC-2007</CREATION_DATE>

</access>

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  • Posted on Dec 03, 2007 at 04:20 PM

    The column names are case sensitive. Please check that. Everything else seems to be good.

    VJ

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