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photond
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Posted - 03/08/2013 :  18:40:25  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
This has been driving me crazy. I'm querying an Oracle db using an OLE DB source tool connected through the Oracle Provider for OLE DB. The query works completely fine in PL/SQL and I'm able to preview the results in the OLE DB source editor but when I run the package, I get the following error:
An OLE DB error has occurred. Description: "ORA-00907: missing right parenthesis".
Get Data failed validation and returned validations status "VS_ISBROKEN"

I was able to run the package without an error before when I had ACCT_DT = PROD_DT but when I changed it to AND ACCT_DT = (PROD_DT + 1-EXTRACT(DAY FROM prod_dt)) I keep getting the error. So I'm guessing it has to do with that but I'm definitely not missing a parenthesis and it runs fine directly using PL/SQL.


Here's a simplified version of the query:

SELECT
 FEE_TYPE_CD
 ,SUM(AppliedVolume) AS AppliedVolume
 
FROM (
SELECT TRIM(FEE_TYPE_CD) AS FEE_TYPE_CD
 ,SUM(APPLIED_VOL) AS AppliedVolume
FROM QRMTIPS.QPOST_SETTLE_FEE 
WHERE TO_CHAR(PROD_DT, 'YYYY') >= '2010'
AND ACCT_DT = (PROD_DT + 1-EXTRACT(DAY FROM prod_dt))
GROUP BY FEE_TYPE_CD 

UNION ALL

SELECT
 FEE_TYPE_CD AS FeeTypeCode
 ,SUM(TRANS_VOL) AS AppliedVolume
 
FROM QRMTIPS.QPOST_RPTS_INVOICE_DTL a
WHERE TO_CHAR(PROD_DT, 'YYYY') >= '2010'
AND PLANT_NO = 'ALL'
AND ACCT_DT = (PROD_DT + 1-EXTRACT(DAY FROM prod_dt))
GROUP BY FEE_TYPE_CD
)
GROUP BY FEE_TYPE_CD
ORDER BY FEE_TYPE_CD



Please help! Any suggestions?

Edited by - photond on 03/08/2013 18:41:31

photond
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Posted - 03/08/2013 :  21:00:26  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
Nevermind, I'm a fool. I had commented out the ACCT_DT = PROD_DT statement and apparently that was the problem.
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