|Oracle® Communications Data Model Release Notes
11g Release 2 (11.2)
Part Number E15888-02
11g Release 2 (11.2)
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There are two types of translation issues:
There are the following translation issues with the Installer for Oracle Communications Data Model:
In German, there are the following translation issues:
In the Specify OCDM Schema Information dialog of the Installer, under File System, only 10 bytes of data are available for the user to specify the folder name in which all of the data files that correspond to the Oracle Communications Data Model tablespace should reside, rather than the 30 bytes that are available in the English version of the dialog.
This issue is tracked by Oracle bug 9299303.
In the Specify Database Connection Information dialog, a sentence is truncated.
This issue is tracked by Oracle bug 9299270.
In Chinese, some words are in English rather than Chinese.
This issue is tracked by Oracle bug 9246407.
The German version of Oracle Communications Data Model does not install.
This issue is tracked by Oracle bug 9308632 and Oracle bug 9308650.
When executing the DWD_SL_RPRSTV_STTSTC__MAP, customers may encounter an Oracle internal error of ORA-12805.
This issue is tracked by Oracle bug 9164319.
Workaround: Apply the appropriate Oracle Database 220.127.116.11 patch. For more information, see Oracle bug 9217342.
In the base tables, Charge Quantity and Charge Amount are measures specific to Invoice Item Type. However, in the OCDM analytic workspace since Invoice Item Type is not one of the dimensions of the Invoice Customer Type (
ICT) cube, the values for Charge Quantity and Charge Amount in the ICT cube are consolidated values rather than values associated with a specific item type.
This issue is tracked by Oracle bug 9291530.
Workaround: There are two possible workarounds for this issue:
CHRG_QTY fields from the
DWA_INVC_CUST_TYP table in the
ocdm_sys schema and remove the
CQ measures from the
ICT cube in the OCDM analytic workspace.
CHRG_QTY fields in the
DWA_INVC_CUST_TYP table in the
ocdm_sys schema and the
CQ measures in the
ICT cube to reflect that these measures represent consolidated amounts rather than amounts for single-invoice items.
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