Raise Application Error Recursive
Browse other questions tagged oracle trigger ddl rollback or ask your own question. ORA-06512: at line 7 Warning: You are no longer connected to ORACLE. It runs with a schemaid = SCOTT's. but - very easy to workaround. click site
DECLARE lv_error_msg VARCHAR2(4000) := NULL; BEGIN -- 198 char DOES NOT work. You need to NOT use DBA which is *just a role after all -- one that you can create* o If you do not have a good mastery of PL/SQL -- I'll just do this: a) create the user oracle b) log in and "grant dba to me;" OR c) "grant dba to rouge_account_that_didnt_exist identified by pw;" and you can kill me November 29, 2002 - 8:24 am UTC Reviewer: A reader Hi in http://asktom.oracle.com/pls/asktom/f?p=100:11:::::P11_QUESTION_ID:1844531724208,%7Blogon%7D%20and%20%7Btrigger%7D
you mentioned that logon trigger does not work on internal and users with sysdba and sysoper
Ora-00604 Error Occurred At Recursive Sql Level 1 Ora-20001
Sorry for not being clear about the logic we use to decide whether to drop user or not : In the proc parameter( oldUser, newUser, password) 1. Sorry for not being clear December 08, 2003 - 5:55 pm UTC Reviewer: Raj from San Diego, CA USA Hi Tom, Thank you very much for your response. Followup August 16, 2002 - 7:37 am UTC The trigger runs with DEFINERS RIGHTS (just like a procedure). Followup July 09, 2003 - 11:36 am UTC not reliably -- for the very reason you have said.
if you are having a logon trigger fail with an unhandled exception - you WANT to be notified about it so you can fix it. The trigger runs in scotts privilege domain since scott wrote it -- just like a procedure would. grant object privilege to other schema March 25, 2010 - 10:32 pm UTC Reviewer: yao from DaLian ,China of Asia hi,tom i am the comp's dba so i worded with exp Oracle Raise_application_error worked fine in 10.2.0.1.0 version under windows.
The role is set, if I manually run the SET_ROLES procedure after a user logs on. Oracle After Logon Trigger The entire solution to this question is here. Weighing SQL Server vs. sys%ORA10GR2> grant select any dictionary to "&U"; old 1: grant select any dictionary to "&U" new 1: grant select any dictionary to "OPS$TKYTE" Grant succeeded.
Here is an example: > SELECT username, program, module FROM v$session where username='SCOTT'; Username Program MODULE ---------- --------------- ------------ SCOTT sqlplusw.exe SQL*Plus (Copy sqlplusw.exe to naughty.exe and use naughty.exe to start Ora-20000 Thanks, Mike Like Show 0 Likes(0) Actions 10. Please find the code for excption section from my logon trigger. I'm a bit confused about your comment re Module.
Oracle After Logon Trigger
The demo is working fine. Don't use SYS. don't write this trigger, it won't fix a darn thing. http://vealcine.com/raise-application/raise-application-error-asp-net.php ops$tkyte%ORA10GR2> ops$tkyte%ORA10GR2> select * from log; TABLE_NAME ------------------------------ DDL_DATE --------------------------------------------------------------------------- SQLTEXT ------------------------------------------------------------------------------- TEST 16-MAY-08 220.127.116.117537 PM alter table test add (x number) System triggers part2 May 15, 2008 - 5:51 pm
you might think you can tell its sqlplus, but I'll just c:> copy sqlplus.exe notsqlplus.exe and you'll see that as notsqlplus.exe. Ora-06512 and trust that (I can make my os user anything I want - I'll just create a network bridged virtual machine and create some users....) this seems like a lot of Followup November 29, 2002 - 10:28 am UTC Things work differently for sys then for other users.
So I modified it slightly.
Re: RAISE_APPLICATION_ERROR Gets ORA-06502 When Message is 198 Chars or More Gaff May 13, 2010 2:22 AM (in response to 758325) LPAD returns the text, not an error code; DECLARE Re: RAISE_APPLICATION_ERROR Gets ORA-06502 When Message is 198 Chars or More 758325 May 14, 2010 1:52 PM (in response to 758325) We have a trigger that fires after servererror with this You are correct, to a point. [email protected]> connect / Connected.
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Tom,please tell me the mistake I have made here to solve my problem. logon not permitted but session is there June 06, 2007 - 1:10 am UTC Reviewer: Daud from Malaysia I created a logon trigger to prevent a user from logging in from This can be verified by the ORA-00027 error message. Followup September 10, 2005 - 11:42 am UTC note # please, so I can see it in context.
To prove the concept, see the following: ORA9I SQL> connect dropme/dropme ERROR: ORA-00604: error occurred at recursive SQL level 1 ORA-00027: cannot kill current session ORA-06512: at line 13 Warning: You IF usernm='DROPME' THEN EXECUTE IMMEDIATE 'ALTER SYSTEM KILL SESSION '''||sid||','||serial||''''; END IF; END; / If all goes well, then when DROPME signs on, their session will be terminated. SQL> exit From the articles i have understood you cannot suppress the ORA-00604 error number BUT ( this is a huge but) When my grid control tries to logon using dbsnmp Oracle Version 8174 July 08, 2003 - 6:11 pm UTC Reviewer: A reader Hi Tom, CREATE OR REPLACE TRIGGER TRIG_TEST AFTER LOGON ON database DECLARE app_name VARCHAR2(48); BEGIN SELECT module INTO
I executed some test and if i create a user with only create session and alter any trigger, RAISE_APPLICATION_ERROR in AFTER LOGON trigger does not prevent user from logging in Followup More discussions in PL/SQL and SQL All PlacesDatabaseDatabase Application DevelopmentPL/SQL and SQL This discussion is archived 1 2 Previous Next 26 Replies Latest reply on May 14, 2010 5:47 PM by My Dearest Tom ... NOTE: the select * from chist_delta table list everything in USER_TAB_COLUMNS; ------ - CODE ------ create table chist_delta (table_name varchar2(30) , column_name varchar2(30) , ddl_date date , sqltext varchar2(2000) ); create
More on the topic January 09, 2003 - 11:32 pm UTC Reviewer: raju from [email protected] Hi Tom, Many thanks for the prompt response. Have you been searching in vain for real-world examples and genuine strategies for maximizing the benefits of PL/SQL within your organization? So I guess the trigger is fired by SCOTT? Regards Michel Your rating?: This reply is Good Excellent Goto: Reply-Top of page If you think this item violates copyrights, please click here Subject: Re: ORA-21000: error number argument to raise_application_error