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Query in Oracle for Linked Server SQL Server

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Microsoft SQL ServerOracle DatabaseMicrosoft SQL Server 2005Microsoft SQL Server 2008SQL
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Good Morning,

I would like your help to two questions:

1 - I am running a query in Oracle through Linked Server SQL Server, when I run the query I am getting the error below to column that has the case:

Msg 7347, Level 16, State 1, Line 2
OLE DB provider 'OraOLEDB.Oracle' for linked server 'LNK-SERVER01' returned data that does not match expected data length for column '[OraOLEDB.Oracle].CASE'PRIORITY'WHEN'0'THEN'CRIT'. The (maximum) expected data length is 64, while the returned data length is 6.


2 - I need to schedule a job in SQL Server to bring the previous day's (D-1), but do not know how to do this automatically.

I'm putting the query attached

I appreciate the help
consulta_2.txt
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Zberteoc

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