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2383992 - Infected with 11 happens with a group by clause in ASE SP 136 and SP 137.

Symptom

Recently upgraded from ASE 15.7 SP132 to SP137 and a query that previously worked with a group by clause, is now failing with an infected with 11, which contains the modules:

LeOperator*CgGenLava::CGConsScanOp(OptList<range*>&,
OptList<tree*>&,short,short,short,int,OptList<tree*>&,
OptList<CgpMixedDtypeSarg*>&,OptList<tree*>&,
OptList<tree*>&,unsignedchar,CgScanNaryNLJ*,CgpPop::CgpPartType,
OptList<tree*>*,
OptList<CgpMixedDtypeSarg*>*,
OptList<tree*>*,int,bitstr*,vs_strategy*,vs_strategy*,range*,
OptList<OptList<tree*>*>*,CgPartitions*,LeGInsOpInfo*,
OptList<tree*>*,bool,rid*,
OptList<tree*>*,
OptList<OptList<tree


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Environment

  • Adaptive Server Enterprise 15.7 SP 136
  • Adaptive Server Enterprise 15.7 SP 137

Product

SAP Adaptive Server Enterprise 12.5

Keywords

signal , KBA , BC-SYB-ASE , Sybase ASE Database Platform (non Business Suite) , Bug Filed

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