Re: Not as straightforward as it would appear: [exec] [java] java.sql.SQLException: ORA-00942: table or view does not exist
Date: Thu, 22 May 2008 13:34:16 -0700
This is a follow-up to say that I applied patch #5686711 six days ago and the problem hasn't appeared since. I should add that Jeremiah pointed me in the direction of this patch along with another similar one which we had already applied in all of our environments. Bug #5686711 was unpublished, however, so I had to rely on Oracle Support to provide more information about the bug so that I could determine if what we were seeing matched the symptoms of the bug.
On Wed, May 14, 2008 at 9:41 AM, Mark Strickland <strickland.mark_at_gmail.com> wrote:
> Oracle 10.2.0.2 on Redhat 2.6.9-18.104.22.168.2
> Weblogic uses jrockit-R27.4.0-jdk1.5.0_12
> Suddenly late last week, our developers started getting the above error on
> SELECT statements. Yes, all proper verifications have been done - database
> connection string is correct, the correct usernames and passwords are being
> used and the queries can still be executed in SQL*Plus and Toad. The
> developers each have their own objects. A database bounce makes this go
> away. For a few days. Then it starts happening again. There have been no
> changes on the database side. I've searched Google, Metalink, and Oracle-L
> and I've opened an SR. I can see evidence that other customers have
> experienced this but I haven't found where any of them resolved it.
> There is anecdotal evidence that this has happened here before in the past
> before my time. The word "version" as in Flashback Query has popped up in
> conversations. It is suspected that an incorrectly parsed query ends up in
> the shared pool for whatever reason and, from that point on, any further
> executions of that query result in the error. I tried flushing the shared
> pool, but then a developer started getting permissions errors, so I had to
> go ahead and bounce the database.
> Has anyone had this problem and, if so, was there a resolution?
> Mark Strickland