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Connector Release Notes

Connector Release Notes

Oracle Connector Known Limitations

Oracle Connector Known Limitations

The following table describes known limitations:
CR
Description
ICS-8307
When you run a
mapping
task to create a target, the target is successfully created, but if you drop the created target table and run the task again, the task fails.
CCORE-65
When you use an SQL transformation to read or write data that contains the CLOB and BLOB data types and the row size is more than 1000 MB, the mapping fails.
CCORE-56
When you use a saved query in a synchronization task and the precision of the CLOB and BLOB data types is equal or more than 100 MB, the task fails.
CCORE-41
When you read or write data that contains the CLOB and BLOB data types and the row size is more than 1000 MB, the mapping fails.
CCON-3701
When you use a saved query to read data from an Oracle database, the precision and scale values do not synchronize between the saved query and database.
CCON-21013
When you run a data replication task for data that contains the CLOB and BLOB data types, the CLOB data type is truncated to 32000 characters and the BLOB data type is truncated to 32000 bytes.
CCON-17677
When you try to connect to an Oracle Advanced Security Option enabled instance using an Oracle connection with SSL properties enabled, the test connection fails with the following error:
[informatica] [Oracle JDBC Driver] No more data available to read.
CCON-15881
When an Oracle source contains a column of BFILE data type, the
synchronization
task fails with an error.
When an Oracle source contains a column of BLOB data type, the
synchronization
task runs but rejects the data with the BLOB data type.
CCON-15780
When the Oracle table name or column name contains reserved words, the mapping fails.


Updated August 02, 2020