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Purpose

This page explains the case when you are waiting to get a Data Function with the status UNCHANGED ADDED or MODIFIED, but you are not able to observe the same under TCC:

Official documentation 

 TKB page for Information Guides > Component of the feature Transaction Configuration Center TCC

Observed in CAST Version, CAST Extension Version, CAST Component Version


Release

Yes/No

8.3.x(tick)
8.2.x(tick)
8.1.x(tick)
8.0.x(tick)
Observed in RDBMS

RDBMS

Yes/No

Oracle Server (tick) 
Microsoft SQL Server (tick) 
CSS3(tick) 
CSS2 (tick) 
Action Plan
  1. Get the name of the snapshot from where you are expecting to observe the Data Function:


  2. Check if the Data Function is part of the snapshot - SQL Queries - CAST Central Base - Queries on Data Function - How to check if a Data Function is part of a snapshot

    1. If the query does not return 't' then the Data Function is not part of the snapshot, then we need to check if the Data Function is seen under AFP Calibration node:


      1. If the Data Function is seen under the AFP Calibration node, then check if the Data Function is not Deleted:

        1. If the Data Function is Deleted, then it's normal that the Data Function is missing from the Enhancement node.
        2. Else If the Data Function is not Deleted, then the Data Function should not be missing from the Enhancement node, contact CAST Technical Support with the following Relevant input
      2. Else if the Data Function is not seen under the AFP Calibration node, then refer to the following page for further investigation Transaction Configuration Center - AFP Calibration - Data Function - Missing Data Function

    2. Else if the query returns 'f' , then the Data Function is part of the snapshot, but TCC is not reflecting it, contact CAST Technical Support with the following Relevant input

  3. If the above steps do not resolve your issue, then contact CAST Technical Support with the following Relevant input
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