Processes Used to Verify the Database Install:
To verify if the SCRAMBLE database is installed properly, please follow these instructions to make sure it is installed with the correct version and full set to yes: Exporting and Importing Between Different Database Releases
Data Pump can be used to migrate all or any portion of a database between different releases of the database software. The Data Pump Export VERSION parameter is typically used to do this. This will generate a Data Pump dump file set compatible with the specified version.
The default value for VERSION is COMPATIBLE, indicating that exported database object definitions will be compatible with the release specified for the COMPATIBLE initialization parameter.
In an upgrade situation, when the target release of a Data Pump-based migration is higher than the source, the VERSION parameter typically does not have to be specified because all objects in the source database will be compatible with the higher target release.
An exception is when an entire Oracle Database 11g (release 220.127.116.11 or higher) is exported in preparation for importing into Oracle Database 12c Release 1 (18.104.22.168) or later. In this case, explicitly specify VERSION=12 in conjunction with FULL=YES in order to include a complete set of Oracle internal component metadata.
PLEASE NOTE: A common exception to "everything looks fine" is that it is NOT. If nothing else works, uninstall the SCRAMBLE database and re-install.
Subsetting Patch Required:
If a subsetting patch is needed due to the double quotes/brackets issue as mentioned and shown in the Cause section, determine if your date on the subsetting.exe is prior to 22 JUNE 2017. If it is, open a Support Case (if needed, please review the video to refresh how to open a Support case) and request a patch after 22 JUNE 2017.
If a GA version has come out after 30 AUGUST 2017, open a Support case and ask if this patch is included in the GA after 30 AUGUST 2017.