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Looking in the Alert Log File [message #113835] Tue, 04 June 2002 00:25 Go to next message
Sven Groth
Messages: 10
Registered: February 2002
Junior Member
I have some questions. It would be nice if anybody has
an idea how i could solve my problems :

1) How is it possible to have an permanet look an the alertlockfile. For example in the sdsf (like tail -f)?

2.) Is it possible to access PO or PS Datasets with PL/SQL and UTL_FILEDIR ?

3.) How can i manage the patch levels in the Oracle Loadlibs (for example). If i get an new patch i concatinate the new Loadlib with the old one.
(patches are aditive ?)
It looks like this
//STEPLIB DD SHR,DSN=CORONA.ORACLE.B2224414.AUTHLOAD
// DD SHR,DSN=CORONA.ORACLE.B2220367.AUTHLOAD
// DD SHR,DSN=CORONA.ORACLE.AUTHLOAD
// DD SHR,DSN=CORONA.ORACLE.V9012.CMDLOAD
// DD SHR,DSN=CORONA.ORACLE.CMDLOAD
So i have to change a lot of Procedures. Is it possible to merge all loadlibs togather ?

Thank You

Regards from old Germany
Re: Looking in the Alert Log File [message #113841 is a reply to message #113835] Mon, 24 June 2002 07:02 Go to previous message
Sven Groth
Messages: 10
Registered: February 2002
Junior Member
Know i know how i could look permanent in the
Alertlog. I had just to put an other DD Statement
SYSOUT=* in the STC of my Database. Before i
write in an Dataset.
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