Re: CATPROC gets invalidated
you can check Note:136697.1 for hcheck8i.sql package. I've found it
quite useful in finding inconsistencies in the data dictionary. Last
release is adopted to 8i-10g versions of DB.
Alex Gorbachev wrote:
> Maybe this. I didn't really pay attention to this feature...
> Anyway, opening Sev1 SR with Oracle. It seems reproduced again and
> strange thing:
> I open new session as sys and try DBMS_STAT - get this error. Than I
> run DBMS_REGISTRY_SYS.VALIDATE_CATPROC. Again DBM_STATS and viola! it
> New session - error again. Something to do with session state... where??
> 2006/5/15, Tanel P?der <tanel.poder.003@(protected)>:
>> Do you mean that altering an object which is referenced by PL/SQL
>> package/procedure through a synonym won't invalidate that PL/SQL
>> object on
>> certain conditions.
>> > Good idea. Thanks.
>> > However, DBMS_STANDARD was not maked as invalid last time and was not
>> > modified since I reloaded catproc last time. Will try to see it
>> > anyway.
>> > I recall there is a new feature with invalidation of PL/SQL objects in
>> > 10g.... I can't recall what is that about.