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RE: DB Code compilation and library cache lock issue

From: Jamadagni, Rajendra <>
Date: Fri, 14 Nov 2003 19:04:25 -0800
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Yes, I do, but that is not exactly my point. I am not sure if x$ will have data from _both_ instances ... (working from home and getting too lazy after dinner) I'll check on Monday. My point of asking is , is this time out configurable? If so, I'd like to make it 3 seconds and then get on with next procedure to compile, I'll then come back and recompile the one that got stuck later.


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As we know if procedure A is currently being executed, one cannot re-compile procedure A. And when one tries to do so, the compilation appears to be _hanging_. Though it time-outs after some time. My question is , is there a way to detect this when I am compiling a procedure? Can this timeout be changed? If so, how? DB is 9202.

  1. Did you know about this ixora Q&A? "How can I tell if a procedure/package is running?"

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