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CR 10 to CR12: Data is selected from wrong schema


we are facing the following problem:

at design time, a report is created using tables and views from an Oracle Database in schema "A".

At runtime, we change the location and logon information of each table or view as required, e.g. to schema "B".

This works fine, as long as a given table-name exists in only one schema in the database. If a table "T1" exists both in schema "A" and schema "B", and the location and logon information is set to schema "B" at runtime, the data is still selected from schema "A", even if the report was designed with schema "B".

It seems, that the data is always selected from the table in the first schema in alphabetical order.

When we look at the sessions and their SQL at the Oracle Database, we can see that u201CBu201D is connected and that the SQL Text is u201CSELECT * FROM A.T1u201D.

Any idea how to work around this problem? Is this a knows bug?

BTW.: restricting access to other schemas is no option for our application.

Kind regards,


Edited by: Thomas Hoekstra on Aug 18, 2011 4:30 PM

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    Posted on Aug 18, 2011 at 03:47 PM

    Have you tried set database location in the database expert?

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