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Old 16th January 2017, 17:25
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Baan: SSA Ln 6.1 - DB: Oracle 11g 64bit - OS: AIX 6.1
Corrupted Data Dictionary Error 512 after DB restoration
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DB: Oracle 11gR1
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After restoring Backup Orable Db from Production Server to Test Server, We encounter "Corrupted Data Dictionary (512) when opening Sales Order session. But other sessions worked.

We tried to restore the backup of $BSE from Production SErver but to no avail, the problem still persist.

Can somebody help?
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Old 16th January 2017, 19:06
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Baan: Baan 4C4 A&D1 - DB: Oracle - OS: Sun Solaris
We typically only do the database when we create the test company. We are also only on 4c4 so not sure how relevant this might be. But we copy the database and run a company renumber on the data. At this point if I was in your spot I would get the system administrator to force a create-runtime-data dictionary on everything - you might be able to get away with running some specific sales tables, or maybe all of the sales modules. And don't forget if you are in the system when they do this. log out and back in once it gets finished.

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Baan: IVc4 - DB: Oracle 9i, Oracle10g - OS: HP Unix 11, Intel RedHat ES
Customizaton not installed.

In my case, I have seen this error when I copy data from production to develop, and there is differences between tables on both environments. If this is the case, you need to copy the definition from one environment to the another and reload the data.

Your dba can help to identify if there is diferences between both environments and even create the necesarly fields.

I prefeer to export the table definition from the production server and install on the test server. If this is the case, be sure that this change will not affect any other development on your test server.

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Old 19th January 2017, 08:42
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Yes, as mentioned above the Data Dictionary for the both environments vary. So you will need to sync both the environments.
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