Since New York, the CONTAINS filter condition does not work on the [sc_catalogs] field in database views.
Steps to Reproduce
1. In a NewYork instance, create a database view between sc_category and sc_cat_item. For example, name it "dbview".
2. The configuration for the database view would be following.
a. Create view table 1
table: Category [sc_category]
variable prefix: sccategory
b. Create view table 2
table: Item [sc_cat_item]
where clause: sccategory_sys_id =scitem_sc_category
3. Access the database view: dbview_list.do
4. Add a filter: Catalogs CONTAINS Service Catalogs, then run filter. Note the field is "Catalogs", there is another field "Catalog".
5. Syntax error returned: Syntax Error or Access Rule Violation detected by database ((conn=560536) Unknown column 'sc_cat_item0.sys_id' in 'on clause')
6. Change the filter to Does Not Contain, it works.
8. The field "Catalogs" is in sc_cat_item table, run the Contains filer on the table directly, it works fine.
7. Create same db view and run same fitler in Madrid or London, it works fine.
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Related Problem: PRB1371431