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Thanks for the reply, but my question is related to RUN_JOB.
I've read again documentation. NOW, I've seen the real reason why my error message while try to run a chain via a job.
Extracted from that document:
You can use the following two procedures to run a chain immediately:
If you already created a chain job for a chain, you can use the RUN_JOB procedure to run that job (and thus run the chain), but you must set the use_current_session argument of RUN_JOB to FALSE.
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- Based on what said in document, I can not run_job with use_current_session => TRUE, as I was trying to do.
- Tested and confirmed:
PL/SQL procedure successfully completed.