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Can anybody please suggest how to troubleshoot this.Oracle does NOT control where application writes files.
Go talk to the application developers about their code.
If they always used /tmp then you'd know where to look for the files.
they didn't specified any directory for writing log information. By default, it is automatically writing into udump directory.
In our development environment it is writing log information in udump directory, but where in case customer environment it is not happening.
so, we are trying to findout what exactly is happening inside oracle when this log messages are written in java class files as specified in the first message.
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they didn't specified any directory for writing log information. BySo why don't they care about where the data gets written?
What happens if directory does not exist?
What happens if OS permissions preclude data file being written?
The application is flawed.
Oracle RDBMS has NO control over where application attempts to write data!
Its solved with setting at the server level.