DAC Commands for Incremental and Full load

I'm implementing BIApps for a customer. For R12 container, I noticed for 5 DAC tasks the command for Incremental and Full load starts with "@DAC_" and ends with "_CMD". Due to this, the ETL load fails. Is this a bug..?

You may want to look at Metalink note ID 973191.1:
The 'Load Into Source Dimension', has the following definition:
-- DAC Client > Design > Tasks > Load Into Source Dimension > Command for Incremental Load = '@DAC_SOURCE_DIMENSION_INCREMENTAL'
-- - DAC Client > Design > Tasks > Load Into Source Dimension > Command for Full Load = '@DAC_SOURCE_DIMENSION_FULL'
instead of the actual Informatica workflow names.
The DAC Parameter is not substituted with appropriate values in Informatica during ETL
This is caused by the fact that COMMANDS FOR FULL and INCREMENTAL fields in a DAC Task do not allow for database specific texts as described in the following bug:
This issue was resolved after applying Patch 8760212
The documentation states to apply Patch 8760212 to DAC according to the Systems Requirements and Supported Platforms Guide for Oracle Business Intelligence Data Warehouse Administration Console
However, Patch 8760212 has been made obsolete, recently, in this platform and language. Please see the reason stated below on the 'Patches and Update' tab on My Oracle Support.
Reason for Obsolescence
Use cumulative Patch 10052370 instead.
Note: The most recent replacement for this patch is 10052370. If you are downloading Patch 8760212 because it is a prerequisite for another patch or patchset, you should verify whether or not if Patch 10052370 is suitable as a substitute prerequisite before downloading it.

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