ORA-00942: table or view does not exist.
More precisely it should give a text like
table or view does not exist or you are not allowed to access it.
For an ordinary user/schema separation there might be no big difference: If user A can not read table B.TAB it's of no value for user A whether the object does not exist or is just not (more...)
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As I investigated the problem how to secure a connection manager I was hinted at Note:1455068.1.
The solution is somewhat easy: Only allow incoming connections to your systems. e.g.
In a well designed environment where you can separate your DB Servers from others at low network layers, a set of CMAN (more...)
Yep, I did again :-(.
After playing around with the new sampleapp107 I managed to crash the VM. After a reboot the OID refused to start up. It seemed that because there was still an active status record in the ODS schema, the OPMN couldn’t find anything to start.
Solution: truncate the "ODS"."ODS_PROCESS_STATUS" and "ODS"."ODS_GUARDIAN" tables in your database repository.
(Not sure if the "ODS"."ODS_GUARDIAN" is really necessary…. Please correct me if I’m wrong)
Till Next Time
Sometimes I need to open for communication on a port in the local firewall on a Linux box. Until now I have relied on the lokkit command or if a GUI is available system-config-securitylevel.
I recently had some situations where lokkit was not working, so I decided to dig a (more...)
We had a situation where we were calling an external Web service that required custom http headers. When our request reached the Web service the customer http headers had disappeared. We did not know if the problem was with the OSB, our Internet proxy or the programmer To find out (more...)
How to deal with DBMS_RLS?
These last weeks I am trying to get the VPD option (Virtual Private Database) enabled for my application. This time as a developer with no DBA or SYS privileges. I am used to being a DBA for the databases I work on and am used to being able to get the fullest out of the Oracle database. For one, because I think Oracle provides us with a great deal of built-in features that do things more efficiently than we can do ourselves (more efficient, built-in kernel code) and also especially because it seems useless (more...)
So you're working with Discoverer 10g integrated with the Oracle eBusiness Suite on Release 12. You've installed and set everything up per Metalink/MOS Note 373634.1 "Using Discoverer 10.1.2 with Oracle E-Business Suite Release 12" plus created a custom application and responsibility to have it's own menu items corresponding to your Discoverer Workbooks/Worksheets.
You login to your new responsibility and click on your new menu entry that you created per Metalink/MOS Note "How to Create a Link to a Discoverer Workbook in Apps R12" and what do you get when you query subledger data such as Payables Invoices, (more...)
Changes to the DEFAULT profile:
Oracle has made a change to the out-of-the-box setting of FAILED_LOGIN_ATTEMPTS of the DEFAULT profile. In 9i the default setting was UNLIMITED, however, in 10gR2, (more...)