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Team Coding Error Message - Parameter 'config_id' not found

We are using Toad for Oracle v12.10.0.30 against an Oracle 12c R1 database. (32 bit Oracle client, 32 bit Toad, Windows 7 Enterprise 64 bit)

We use Team Coding and Serena PVCS Version Manager for source control.

I checked out several objects successfully (function, package spec, package body, etc.).

Whenever I try to check any of them in I receive the following error:

The hyperlink provides a lot of debug information for you all, but I didn’t include it since it’s a large amount of text.

Has anyone encountered this type of error? If so, were you able to resolve it? if you need to debug information I will be glad to post it.

Thanks in advance.

Sort of figured this out. Apparently Team Coding had the objects flagged as being checked out, whereas PVCS did not. Once I checked it out using PVCS’s client I was able to check it in through Toad with no issues.

Hi Michael,

Can you forward me the debug information through e-mail? My e-mail address is listed in my profile. Also, if you could enable VCS Debug Logging (Team Coding -> Configuration -> Logging), try it again, and forward me the VCS debug log, that would help identify where the problem might be. We’ll see if we can track it down a bit further.



Hey Michael,

Strange, your second post didn’t show up for me until just now. Never mind my original response then – I’m glad you were able to figure it out!

If you run into any other issues, or if there’s anything else we can do, feel free to let us know.



P.S. This can sometimes happen if you’ve upgraded from an older version of Toad’s Team Coding and something didn’t upgrade correctly. I’ve only seen it happen once or twice, but I have seen it happen. I just haven’t been able to successfully replicate it. In that case, you could have an incorrect or orphaned config id in one of the objects that could cause this kind of error. In that case, you can also remove the object from Team Coding through the Team Coding manager, go into the Team Coding configuration window, press OK, and it should add it back automatically.

Hi John,

I think it’s more related with the use of the character " ’ " like described in this post :

I had the same issue, and could resolve it by simply removing the apostrophe character from the check-out or check-in comments.