4 Replies Latest reply: Dec 23, 2012 12:05 PM by Hoek RSS

    Posting duplicates in the forum

    RRSOra?
      Hi,

      This is regarding Expdp Scheduler objects Open mode Redo logs I had an issue with Export and DBMS_SCHEDULER. I was not sure as to whether a DBA specialized in Export will be able to solve the issue or whether a person specialized in Scheduler will be able to resolve the issue. Also I wanted to provide my colleagues inputs from both the above specialists regarding the issue. Kindly allow an exception to the Posting duplicates rule in this case.

      Sometimes I don't find answers to my questions. For example a query regarding SCHEDULER, RULES, RULESETS was posted by me in Scheduler forum in August. I had to move it to PL/SQL forum as there was no answer to my query. In such scenarios, I cannot drop the initial thread as it was primarily a SCHEDULER implementation using PL/SQL.

      Kindly indicate to me the rule with respect to issues involving multiple concepts. We might have questions regarding all the concepts involved in the issue.

      Hope this makes sense.

      Many thanks
        • 1. Re: How to get SYSDBA or SYSOPER credentials
          EdStevens
          Hulk wrote:
          Hi,

          I am having SYS credentials. But I want to know SYSDBA or SYSOPER credentials.

          How can I check in Database to get them?

          DB:11g.

          I am trying to connect using windows GUI it is asking for anyone of those SYSDBA or SYSOPER credentials
          My gut reaction is if you don't know how to get those credentials, then you have no business having those credentials.

          Why do you think you need them?

          ============================================
          Please ignore above, it popped in here by accident. I'll explain in the new thread I was planning on starting ....
          Gee, it's never done THAT before ....

          Edited by: EdStevens on Dec 21, 2012 9:17 AM

          Edited by: EdStevens on Dec 21, 2012 9:25 AM

          Edited by: EdStevens on Dec 21, 2012 9:26 AM
          • 2. Posting duplicate questions
            RRSOra?
            Hi,

            Guess your answer is with respect to some other question?

            Many thanks
            • 3. Re: Posting duplicate questions
              EdStevens
              RRSOra? wrote:
              Hi,

              Guess your answer is with respect to some other question?

              Many thanks
              Yes, hence my edit to the original. "Please ignore above ...."
              • 4. Re: Posting duplicates in the forum
                Hoek
                I guess you'll decrease the chance of getting your thread locked if you explain in your first sentence why it is you're posting the same question in more than one forum.
                Multi-posts in the same forum usually get locked or at least some replies indicating that multi-posting is not proper etiquette.
                But asking and explaining why you're posting the same question in more than one forum should be at least considered to be allowed by a moderator, imo.