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It would help to know:
(a) The exact version of TimesTen that you are using (output of ttVersion command)
(b) The exact error message that you are getting.
It's very hard to help when all we have is 'I run a command and I get an error' :-)
Error: Unexpected PL/SQL dependency LIBRARY.
Warning: objects may not be printed in an order that can satisfy foreign key reference constraints or other dependencies
ttSchema: Error received while retrieving information about index SYS.REPSTATS.SUBSCRIBER_ID.TRACK_I -- no rows found in is_index_system_generated.
version of timesten112220
That looks to me like it mnay be a bug. I would suggest that you try with 220.127.116.11.0 to see if that works and if not then please log a Service Request with Oracle support so they can investigate.
i was told that this is configuration issue (on other instalation it is working fine)
Who told you it was a configuration error and what kind of configuration error are you referring to?
From the R&D.
what kind of configuration - neither him, neither me don't know.
i can try to access to the lab server and verify what change was done, but it was installed the same on 2 enviroments
Can you please explain in a bit more detail why you are using the '-st' flag? In general use of this flag is not necessary; if you simply want to create a schema file that can be used to exactly re-create all the objects from the datastore then you should not use '-st'. If you use -st the resulting file cannot be replayed via ttIsql.
Can you also please confirm that you do not specify any flags other than -st and -plsqlCreateOrReplace on the ttSchema command line and that you do not include any flags after the DSN string.
Edited by: ChrisJenkins on Jul 5, 2012 3:23 PM