ORA-12014 table does not contain a primary key constraint

Hi
I have some existing Materialised Views I am trying to redeploy through OWB as its now our standard tool.
The existing code has
CREATE MATERIALIZED VIEW .......
.REFRESH ON DEMAND WITH ROWID AS
SELECT *
FROM apps.fafg_assets
When I create in OWB you only put the select statement, there is nowhere to put the 'with rowid ' part hence I get the following error on deployment;
ORA-12014: table 'FAFG_ASSETS' does not contain a primary key constraint
I cannot put a primary key on this table though so how do I get around this in OWB? Like I say writing the MV in PL/SQL putting the 'with rowid' bit makes it work?
Thanks

Hi...
I believe you'll need a PK so Oracle will know how to update the MV. Is there any particular reason for you not having a PK in FAFG_ASSETS table? As an alternative, you may want to create a new column in this table and having a table trigger/sequence populating this column.
But It looks like you are using EBS, so, I don't know if you can add new columns to tables.
See if this thread can help you:
Re: ORA-12014: table 'XXX' does not contain a primary key constraint
Regards,
Marcos

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