Go Directly To
Oracle Technology Network Community
My Oracle Support Community
OPN Cloud Connection
Oracle Employee Community
Oracle User Group Community
OTN Speaker Bureau
Get Started Guide
Join the world’s largest interactive community dedicated to Oracle technologies.
Learn from thousands of community experts
Get answers to your technical questions
Share your knowledge with peers
Please enter a title.
You can not post a blank message. Please type your message and try again.
Oracle Technology Network Community (OTN)
E-Business Suite Archived Forums
This discussion is archived
on Mar 28, 2013 1:09 AM by Hussein Sawwan-Oracle
OKC_K_HEADERS_B vs OKC_K_HEADERS_ALL_B
Mar 28, 2013 12:38 AM
Both, “OKC_K_HEADERS_B” and “OKC_K_HEADERS_ALL_B” are synonyms to the table OKC_K_HEADERS_ALL_B in R12
But, I am getting different results when I change the source table to OKC_K_HEADERS_B when compared to OKC_K_HEADERS_ALL_B
in one of my sql's.
How is it possible to get different results ?
What am I missing?
Edited by: 973508 on Mar 27, 2013 5:38 PM
I have the same question
Show 0 Likes
This content has been marked as final.
Show 1 reply
Re: OKC_K_HEADERS_B vs OKC_K_HEADERS_ALL_B
Mar 28, 2013 1:09 AM
in response to
Please see (What Is Difference Between OKC_K_HEADERS_B And OKC_K_HEADERS_ALL_B, And How Query From Synonym OKC_K_HEADERS_B In R12? [ID 1164803.1]).