insert into ps_cm_perpadj_tmp (business_unit , inv_item_id , cm_dt_timestamp_p , cm_seq_nbr_p , cm_unit_cost_old , cm_unit_cost_povo , CM_UNIT_COST_VO , QTY_BASE , QTY_OWNED , CM_ADJUST_QTY , CM_WRITEOFF_QTY , CM_UNIT_COST , CURRENCY_CD) SELECT A.BUSINESS_UNIT , A.INV_ITEM_ID , A.CM_DT_TIMESTAMP_P , A.CM_SEQ_NBR_P , C.CM_UNIT_COST , A.CM_UNIT_COST_POVO , A.CM_UNIT_COST_VO , A.QTY_BASE , B.QTY_OWNED , 0 , 0 , 0 , D.BASE_CURRENCY FROM PS_CM_PERPAVGS_VW A , PS_BU_ITEMS_INV B , PS_CM_PERPCUR_VW C , PS_BUS_UNIT_TBL_IN D WHERE A.BUSINESS_UNIT = B.BUSINESS_UNIT AND A.INV_ITEM_ID = B.INV_ITEM_ID AND A.BUSINESS_UNIT = C.BUSINESS_UNIT AND A.INV_ITEM_ID = C.INV_ITEM_ID AND A.BUSINESS_UNIT = D.BUSINESS_UNIT AND A.BUSINESS_UNIT = :1
As can be seen by your INSERT statement, there is no division. So there are now two places to look. First, your INSERT statement is performing a SELECT statement. This SELECT statement has three components to the FROM clause. If one of those components is a view, it is possible that the view is performing an illegal division operation, hence the error. Or the view could be calling a function which is performing the division. Second,...
your table could have a trigger on it which is performing division. Check any views or triggers involved in the operation.
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