Table of Contents


  1. Abstract
  2. Installation and Upgrade
  3. 10.1.1 HotFix 1 Fixed Limitations and Closed Enhancements
  4. 10.1.1 HotFix 1 Known Limitations
  5. 10.1.1 Update 2 Fixed Limitations and Closed Enhancements
  6. 10.1.1 Update 2 Known Limitations
  7. 10.1.1 Update 1 Fixed Limitations and Closed Enhancements
  8. 10.1.1 Update 1 Known Limitations
  9. 10.1.1 Fixed Limitations and Closed Enhancements
  10. 10.1.1 Known Limitations
  11. Informatica Global Customer Support

PowerCenter Fixed Limitations (10.1.1 HotFix 1)

PowerCenter Fixed Limitations (10.1.1 HotFix 1)

Review the Release Notes of previous releases for information about previous fixed limitations.
The following table describes fixed limitations:
When the PowerCenter repository concurrently fetches a large number of mappings, the repository takes a longer time to return the Oracle data.
When you remove or add a user from the LDAP group, the PowerCenter Repository Service does not update or sync privileges from the group.
When the mapping contains an Expression transformation with a TO_CHAR(), the function rounds off the return value of the decimal data type.
If you use an SQL transformation and enable high precision, the PowerCenter Integration Service rounds off decimal values in certain circumstances.
If you do not select the
option in a Microsoft SQL Server relational connection and the database password contains the semi-colon character followed by another character, the session fails.
A stored procedure that has PRINT instructions and raises an exception from the Microsoft SQL Server database does not cause the session to fail.
When the mapping contains Stored Procedure transformations, memory consumption increases and might lead to session failures.
When you enable high precision, set NLS_LANG to a non-English locale, and insert decimal data to an Oracle target in bulk mode, the session fails.
A session that includes a mapping with an Address Validator transformation can end abruptly, because PowerCenter cannot successfully handle a character case property on the transformation. The issue arises if the mapping originates in a 9.6.1 PowerCenter repository and you upgrade and run the mapping in PowerCenter 10.1.
After you export and import XML into another repository with the same mapping variable defined as in the source folder, the default mapping variable values are not updated.
When you stop the node in Informatica version 10.1, the Web Service Hub fails to shut down gracefully.
When you try to fetch a session object that contains a mapping with shortcut objects, the XML parsing throws a null pointer exception.
When you create or update a service workflow, the Web Services Hub shuts down unexpectedly.
When a mapping contains multiple lookups that returns all rows matching a lookup condition, the lookup cache does not update.
Session fails intermittently on Windows.
Failed to delete unconnected lookup cache files in the session on grid environment.
When you enable high availability recovery on 961 HotFix 2 or HotFix 3, the workflows fails with a recovery file renaming issue on Windows.
When you configure a workflow for concurrent execution with a unique instance name and start workflow instances, the instance name does not display beside the workflow name in the monitor. The workflow log also misses the instance name.
If a PowerExchange DB2 or CDC data source in a PowerCenter session includes a column of type CHAR that contains low values, the session truncates the data in the target.
Memory leak occurs in the Web Services Provider reader component of the DTM process.
When a mapping contains a mapping variable with precision of 10000000 and the user toggles between the mapping variables, the Designer shuts down unexpectedly.
When a session containing a Sorter transformation fails due to a disk space issue, a generic transformation error appears instead of the disk space error.
When you run a workflow with multiple event wait tasks using operating system profile, and abort the workflow before event, the event wait tasks remains in an aborting state.
When you run the workflow containing command tasks using operating system profiles, and you manually abort the workflow, the workflow or the command task does not abort immediately.
When the session is enabled for pushdown optimization or partitioning, the session shuts down with an unexpected condition in tsesextn.cpp (line # 1183).
When you export a mapping from the Designer to an XML format, an unexpected condition occurs in Doc.cpp (line # 2833).
In PowerCenter 10.1, users experience a delay during a workflow run.
When you upgrade from Informatica 9.1 to Informatica 10.1, the PowerCenter Repository Service shuts down unexpectedly and fails multiple session tasks.
When a folder contains some object shortcuts in the registered global repository and you copy the folder to another repository in a different domain, the target repository shuts down unexpectedly.
When you specify a user-defined function that contains a nested add_to_date function with a mapping parameter, the return value is incorrect.
A Web Services Hub response workflow that contains an attachment fails.

Updated January 17, 2019