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VigneshPalani
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We got a strange and interesting problem here:

 

We got a complex Oracle SQL query involving 20 tables. When it is run thru' SQL Passthru(from EG) to Oracle, it is returning some specific values that are not available in the source table(oracle) itself. However, the same query when run from SQL Developer, it is working fine. 

Another interesting fact is that the SQL pass thru query is returning those new values only during some of the runs and most of the times it is not at all occuring. So its hard to duplicate the issue.

As this issue is happening during Prod run, we need to fix this asap.

 

Kindly advice if any of you have experienced any such issue.

 

@Oracle @SQL  

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