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Thanks for reply,

More details about issue:

I have a perl script that was working fine until I upgraded my Oracle client 9i to 10g (instant client). I'm inserting data into an Oracle database via DBD-ODBC.

We found this error from logs:

Monday, August 12, 2013 4:33 PM Product Group ID = 4 Count = 2Last extract to date: 080108131644, extract to date : 090130 +095622 , Current run id: 55 Errstr = Exception Found - Error_ID 12

While updating the records in to below table failing the script.

we are assuming this issue is some thing related to date format and changed the code at script level with diffrent format of dates ,but its not much help full resolve this issue.

UPDATE TEST_CONTROL_TABLE SET PN_Date = to_date(?,'yyyymmddhh24miss'), + E_From_Date = to_date(?,'yyyymmddhh24miss'), E_To_Date = to_date(?,' +yyyymmddhh24miss'), E_MN = ?, E_Sts = ?, D_R_ID = ?, D_Mode = ?, D_St +ts = ?, H_ID = ?, keep_M = ?, Hkeep_Sts = ?, Pr_Stt = ?, E_From_Qtes += ?, L_To_S_Qte = ?, Unque_Po_Count = ?, Unque_C_Count = ?, Unque_End +or_Count = ?, Pol_F_Record_Count = ?, Cl_File_Re_Count = ?, End_Rec_C +ount = ? WHERE R_ID = ?}; my $sth8 = $dbh->prepare( $sql8 ) or error(17)

Current using ORACLE NLS date format setting is rrmmddhh24miss

with out changing NLS setting is there any options to resolve this issue?

Script connection setting information:

my $driver = "ODBC"; my $server = "localhost"; my $database = "";

Please let me know,if you require any more details.

In reply to Re^2: Perl Script failing after oracle 10G driver upgrade by Anonymous Monk
in thread Perl Script failing after oracle 10G driver upgrade by VN

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