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OMoC platform cap of 1MB for the YFS_EXPORT.MESSAGE needs to be increased

To troubleshoot/debug issues we need to log outgoing/incoming messages to yfs_export table and few messages are more than 1 MB. Service fails if YFS_EXPORT.MESSAGE is more than 1 MB.This imitation needs to be increased as DB2 supports 2GB of CLOB data to be stored in YFS_EXPORT.MESSAGE.

  • Guest
  • Oct 29 2020
  • Not under consideration
What is your industry? Retail
How will this idea be used?

As part of the design TB is capturing Email XMLs in YFS_EXPORT table.

An email is sent to customer ON_SUCCESS of CREATE_CONFIRM_SHIPMENT transaction and email XML is stored in YFS_EXPORT.

For a specific order (790007814) the email XML posting to YFS_EXPORT is failing with error "The data bound to the column is invalid in this context." SQLState Value=22001.

Below is the query

INSERT INTO YFS_EXPORT(EXPORT_KEY,SYSTEM_NAME,API_NAME,FLOW_NAME,SUB_FLOW_NAME,USER_REFERENCE,STATUS,MESSAGE,REPLY_TO_ID,FROM_ORG_CODE,TO_ORG_CODE,ENTERPRISE_KEY,SHIP_NODE,PRIORITY,CREATEUSERID,MODIFYUSERID,CREATEPROGID,MODIFYPROGID,CREATETS,MODIFYTS,LOCKID) values ( '202010141853251216394464',' ',' ','TBEmailMsgToDB','YIFTBEmailMsgToDB',' ','00','A-Clob-Value','',' ',' ',' ',' ',0.0,'TBProcessDCMessageIntegServer','TBProcessDCMessageIntegServer','TBProcessDCMessageIntegServer','TBProcessDCMessageIntegServer','2020-10-14T18:53:25','2020-10-14T18:53:25',0 )

The length of the XML to be inserted in CLOB column is 1359320 in Unicode. The length allowed for CLOB in DB2 is 2 GB.

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