Wednesday, 29 May 2013

Oracle ODI - Unable to View Data from Models - Logical Schema not set for current context

Today I stumbled to view data from a ODI Model.

The Problem Statement:

I had created a Model from simple Employee schema with a context name called Development. FYI: I used Oracle Technology.

After performing ODI reverse engineering, I wanted to view the data from one of the tables within the model that I created. You can view the data from the model by 

Right click the Table under the Model --> View Data

On performing the above steps you will get this Error:

"Logical Schema not set for current context"


"ODI-17523: There is no connection for this logical schema / context pair: lg1 / GLOBAL."

The Solution:

After doing a bit of reading found that this was a know Design issue.

Document Reference: 
Oracle® Fusion Middleware Release Notes 11g Release 1 (11.1.1) for Linux x86-64
Part Number E14770-44

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40.2.1 For File Datastores, the View Data operation always looks for global context

Within ODI Studio, when viewing data from within a data store, there must be a global context defined for the datastore.
com.sunopsis.core.SnpsInexistantSchemaException: ODI-17523: There is no connection for this logical schema / context pair: lg1 / GLOBAL.
As a workaround, define a global context for the datastore.

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After reading the above, it clearly makes sense why I was getting the error. The view Data command always referred to the "Global" context which I had not set to any thing.

Please perform the following steps to rectify the problem:

1. Go to the Topology Tab in ODI studio.
2. Select the Logical Schema to which the Model is associated to.
3. Under the Definition tab of the Logical Schema assign the same physical schema, as same as the development context (In my case I used Development Context during Reverse engineering of the Model), to the Global Context.
4. Save all.
5. Now try viewing the data and this will work.

Hope it helped you. Happy Code -ing .... :)

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