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ora-306500 [message #86850] Wed, 10 November 2004 09:32 Go to next message
Antonia.
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Registered: November 2004
Junior Member
Hi All,
 I am using Forms 6i & Oracle 8i. I am trying to connect to 2 different Users/Databases, using EXEC_SQL package. Everything is going fine(select), but when I try to Execute a query in one of the connections, it raises Error while Parsing. I have written like this:
curs := EXEC_SQL.OPEN_CURSOR;
sql_stmt := 'SELECT...'

EXEC_SQL.PARSE(curs, sql_stmt );

Parsing statement is raisng the Error: ORA-306500

Thanks in Advance
Re: ora-306500 [message #86855 is a reply to message #86850] Thu, 11 November 2004 19:47 Go to previous messageGo to next message
Frank Naude
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Registered: April 1998
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Hi,

You may be hitting the problem described in Metalink Note: 161986.1: "Using EXEC_SQL Raises Error FRM-40735 and ORA-306500"

Proposed solution: check if your connect string includes the userid/password:

conn_str varchar2(100) :='scott/tiger@orcl.world';
...
conn := exec_sql.open_connection(conn_str); 


Best regards.

Frank
Re: ora-306500 [message #120634 is a reply to message #86855] Sat, 21 May 2005 03:12 Go to previous messageGo to next message
PANDEYSANJAY
Messages: 1
Registered: May 2005
Location: BARAUNI
Junior Member

Dear All,
I am having the same problem. I am giving the username/password also as you have suggested. but still I am getting frm-40735 and ora-306500 error.


Can anyone help please

Regards,
Sanjay
Re: ora-306500 [message #123283 is a reply to message #120634] Sat, 11 June 2005 06:10 Go to previous messageGo to next message
zak498
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Registered: June 2005
Location: Pakistan
Junior Member

try this in your connect string

connection_id := EXEC_SQL.OPEN_CONNECTION('user','pw','alias');

and tell


zahid
icon9.gif  Re: ora-306500 [message #138689 is a reply to message #123283] Fri, 23 September 2005 01:20 Go to previous messageGo to next message
salman2k960
Messages: 12
Registered: September 2005
Junior Member
aoa
short answer...........CHECK UR SQL STATEMENT ON SQL PROMPT FIRST.
EXPLANATION:
i was experiencing the same problem. actually,i recieved this error a month ago. at that time,there was some previliges problem that i fixed.but now,after a month or so,i got this message again.lemme explain my previous solution first:

i was connected by user "A_user" and was executing following insert statement :

cursorID := EXEC_SQL.OPEN_CURSOR;--(connection_id);
linebuf1:= 'insert into b_user.b_user_table_name values(x,y,z)';
EXEC_SQL.PARSE(cursorID, linebuf1, exec_sql.V7);--err here Mad
.....................
so,the problem was solved when i granted insert on
b_user.b_user_table_name to A_user.
but now,one very fine morning....i started recieving the message again.after a bit of work out,i executed the statement in linebuf1 on my sql prompt...i recieved this error Very Happy

not enuff values....

then i came 2 remember dat i have added new columns to my table which neither i have included in "INTO" clause nor the "VALUES" clause of linebuf1 Very Happy. so i changed linebuf1 to:

linebuf1:= 'insert into b_user.b_user_table_name(col_x,col_y,col_z) values(x,y,z)';
its fixed now Laughing Cool
i hope this will solve ur prob.inshallah.
duaon main yaad rkhna.
maani.
tc & AH
Re: ora-306500 [message #186724 is a reply to message #138689] Wed, 09 August 2006 04:22 Go to previous messageGo to next message
haitham
Messages: 60
Registered: February 2006
Member
i wrote the following code:

declare
connection_id EXEC_SQL.CONNTYPE;
cursorID EXEC_SQL.CURSTYPE;
sqlstr VARCHAR2(1000);
begin

connection_id := EXEC_SQL.OPEN_CONNECTION('abc/abc@oracle');
cursorID := EXEC_SQL.OPEN_CURSOR(connection_id);
sqlstr := 'CREATE USER '||:USERID ||' IDENTIFIED BY '||:PASS;
EXEC_SQL.PARSE(connection_id, cursorID, sqlstr, exec_sql.V7);


on debug mode at the last statement
,unhandled exception is raised ora-306500. so why this happens ??
plz reply ..
thanx
Re: ora-306500 [message #186890 is a reply to message #186724] Thu, 10 August 2006 01:14 Go to previous message
djmartin
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Registered: March 2005
Location: Canberra ACT Australia
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Did you try zak498's suggestion?

David
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