RE: Any Ideas

 
Thanks again guys, got the following explanation from DBA working on
this:

"This turned out to be a snapshot problem, I copied the tables over to
another  schema and the distinct worked so back on the original schema I
switched off (at the session level) all "non standard"  options and when
I switched off query_rewrite_enable the distinct worked 

Further investigation showed that there was a snapshot supporting this
query and that the job that had been refreshing it has disappeared, so
refreshed the snapshot (and recreated the job) and the distinct now
works"
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