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Re: HELP HELP : ORA04080: trigger 'LOG_ERRORS-TRIG' does not exist

From: tracy <tracykim10_at_yahoo.com.hk>
Date: 6 Feb 2004 18:29:28 -0800
Message-ID: <5c91cce9.0402061829.618a8fef@posting.google.com>

hi,
pls ignore the previous message which is i can't run the 'grant select on v_$session to system;'.

Now, i able to run this sql but my users still cannot perform any DDL or DML, with error message 04045, 01031 and 00932. Please help me!

"DBA Infopower Support" <support_at_dbainfopower.com> wrote in message news:<J7CdnUs32ONM_L7dRVn-hg_at_comcast.com>...
> Hello Tracy,
>
> Any DDL (like "create") would perform commit internally before and after
> DDL ix executed - I.e. you can not rollback DDL.
>
> Looks like you run the script as user 'SYSTEM'. As a "sys" user issue
> "grant select on v_$session to system;" This would resolve issue of
> "ORA-00942: table or view does not exist".
>
> Please, let us know if this helps.
>
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>
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> "tracy" <tracykim10_at_yahoo.com.hk> wrote in message
> news:5c91cce9.0402060057.3d6ca551_at_posting.google.com...
> > Hi, I really need help.
> >
> > I run this script and error message appeal as below:
> >
> > drop trigger log_errors_trig;
> > drop trigger log_errors_trig
> > ERROR at line 1:
> > ORA04080: trigger 'LOG_ERRORS-TRIG' does not exist
> >
> > drop table log_errors_tab;
> > drop table log_errors_tab
> > ERROR at line 1:
> > ORA00942: table or view does not exist
> >
> >
> > create table log_errors_tab (
> > error varchar2(30),
> > timestamp date,
> > username varchar2(30),
> > osuser varchar2(30),
> > machine varchar2(64),
> > process varchar2(8),
> > program varchar2(48));
> >
> > create or replace trigger log_errors_trig
> > after servererror on database
> > declare
> > var_user varchar2(30);
> > var_osuser varchar2(30);
> > var_machine varchar2(64);
> > var_process varchar2(8);
> > var_program varchar2(48);
> > begin
> > select username, osuser, machine, process, program
> > into var_user, var_osuser, var_machine, var_process, var_program
> > from sys.v_$session
> > where audsid = userenv('sessionid');
> >
> > insert into log_errors_tab
> > values(dbms_standard.server_error(1),sysdate,var_user,
> > var_osuser,var_machine,var_process,var_program);
> > end;
> > /
> > WARINING: trigger created with compilation errors.
> >
> > SQL>roll back;
> > Rollback complete.
> >
> > After that i got error message in my SQL:
> > ERROR at line 1:
> > ORA-04098: trigger 'SYSTEM.LOG_ERRORS_TRIG' is invalid and failed
> > re-validation
> >
> >
> > I check under user_objects & user_errors, result as below:
> > 1 select * from user_objects
> > 2* WHERE STATUS <>'VALID'
> > SQL> /
> >
> > OBJECT_NAME
> > --------------------------------------------------------------------------



> > SUBOBJECT_NAME OBJECT_ID DATA_OBJECT_ID OBJECT_TYPE
> > CREATED LAST_DDL_
> > ------------------------------ --------- --------------
> > ------------------ --------- ---------
> > TIMESTAMP STATUS T G S
> > ------------------- ------- - - -
> > LOG_ERRORS_TRIG
> > 47321 TRIGGER
> > 06-FEB-04 06-FEB-04
> > 2004-02-06:14:56:15 INVALID N N N
> >
> >
> > SQL> select * from user_errors;
> >
> > NAME TYPE SEQUENCE LINE
> > POSITION
> > ------------------------------ ------------ --------- ---------
> > ---------
> > TEXT
> > --------------------------------------------------------------------------


> > LOG_ERRORS_TRIG TRIGGER 1 10
> > 13
> > PL/SQL: ORA-00942: table or view does not exist
> >
> > LOG_ERRORS_TRIG TRIGGER 2 8
> > 2
> > PL/SQL: SQL Statement ignored
> >
> >
> > How can i fix this problem? I roll back after I run the trigger, why
> > this still happened?
> >
> >
> > Regards.
> > tracy kim
Received on Fri Feb 06 2004 - 20:29:28 CST

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