Broken entitlement? 'null value in column "label" violates not-null constraint'
Seems an entitlement has broken in our test Environment, where it is seldom used.
I get the message:
Batch entry 0 insert into provisioning_view_value_label
(versionno, viewid, label, description, valueid, langcode)
(0, '\46\b8\6b\e7\03\af\61\4f\a6\42\46\b8\6b\e7\03\af', NULL, NULL, '87fb57ca6ee24c2eb3a26a3a909932d7', 'en')
was aborted: ERROR: null value in column "label" violates not-null constraint
Any ideas how to solve this?
Where does the label come from?
I found one way that seem to work fine (so far), but feels a little uncomfortable to me.
I took the database rows from a working environment and simply changed viewid and valueid to the values in the error message.
Then I inserted that into the test environments UA database.
It would have felt safer to delete the rows and having the system recreate them.
Seems like the table data is collected by the Code Map Refresh, which makes me think next time it runs (once every 1440 meetings) it might overwrite it, such that you need to fix the collection.
If you know the system you can kick off a refresh of that one entitlemet on that one system. Then watch the trace. Search for "Injecting XDS" look at the results, and see if those nulls are coming from somewhere.
Hehe.... I spent 17 hours on a meeting on Sunday. I spent 11PM-1AM last night. I have meeting on my mind.
death by meetings is worse than death by monkeys it would seem.