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Koala



Joined: 25 Mar 2003
Posts: 3

Post Profiler Error "ORA-00942"... Oracle 9.0 Reply with quote

Hi all.

I've got "DB Tools" and try SQL Profiler against
Oracle 9.0.2 installation.
When create Run, any startup code, even as dumb
as below:

BEGIN
NULL;
END;

produce an error "ORA-00942: table or view does
not exist".

What could be the reason please?
Thanks a lot.
WBR, Koala

Tue Mar 25, 2003 10:16 am View user's profile Send private message
SysOp
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Joined: 26 Nov 2006
Posts: 6484

Post Re: Profiler Error "ORA-00942"... Oracle Reply with quote

You either don't have Oracle DBMS_PROFILER package and required profiler tables installed on the database or you do not have DB Tools SQL Profiler project table installed. Please see "Setting Up" topic in the PL/SQL Profiler section of the on-line help for more details.

: Hi all.

: I've got "DB Tools" and try SQL Profiler against
: Oracle 9.0.2 installation.
: When create Run, any startup code, even as dumb
: as below: BEGIN
: NULL;
: END;

: produce an error "ORA-00942: table or view does
: not exist".

: What could be the reason please?
: Thanks a lot.
: WBR, Koala

Tue Mar 25, 2003 2:07 pm View user's profile Send private message
Koala



Joined: 25 Mar 2003
Posts: 3

Post Re: Profiler Error "ORA-00942"... Oracle Reply with quote

: or you do not have DB Tools SQL Profiler project table installed.
Oh, yeh! It's very much a shot.
I found from "monitor.err" log it's really so.

Then I deinstalled DB Tools, installed them anew, run Profiler - and hope that
required schema (ora_monitor) and table (profiler_data) will be created.
Indeed, according to the Manual, "...First time you run PL/SQL Profiler it will
also create PROFILER_DATA table in the ORA_MONITOR schema."

But unfortunately nothing like this happened.
So could you please reveal the structure of the table and password for
user "ora_monitor" the Profiler then uses, in order to allow me help
the application and create the stuff manually?

Thanks,
Koala

Wed Mar 26, 2003 7:26 am View user's profile Send private message
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Post Re: Profiler Error "ORA-00942"... Oracle Reply with quote

Doesn't it say on startup that PL/SQL Profiler is not installed and prompts you to run DB Setup utility to install it now?

Anyway, please run the DB Setup and choose to install PL/SQL Profiler. Uncheck tools and options you don't want and leave only these that you want. This will create all required objects, ORA_MONITOR schema and grants the minimal privileges required for the profiling.

: Oh, yeh! It's very much a shot.
: I found from "monitor.err" log it's really so.

: Then I deinstalled DB Tools, installed them anew, run Profiler - and hope
: that
: required schema (ora_monitor) and table (profiler_data) will be created.
: Indeed, according to the Manual, "...First time you run PL/SQL Profiler
: it will
: also create PROFILER_DATA table in the ORA_MONITOR schema."

: But unfortunately nothing like this happened.
: So could you please reveal the structure of the table and password for
: user "ora_monitor" the Profiler then uses, in order to allow me
: help
: the application and create the stuff manually?

: Thanks,
: Koala

Wed Mar 26, 2003 9:27 am View user's profile Send private message
Koala



Joined: 25 Mar 2003
Posts: 3

Post Re: Profiler Error "ORA-00942"... Oracle Reply with quote

Hi.

: Doesn't it say on startup that PL/SQL Profiler is not installed and prompts
: you to run DB Setup utility to install it now?
Nope.

: Anyway, please run the DB Setup and choose to install PL/SQL Profiler.
: Uncheck tools and options you don't want and leave only these that you
: want. This will create all required objects, ORA_MONITOR schema and grants
: the minimal privileges required for the profiling.
Sorry, it creates only message box "DBMS_PROFILER package is not installed, but
setup can continue nevertheless" (by the way, I have run PROFLOAD.SQL script,
and it completed successfully, and actually I can see the package in SYS schema),
and then another message box "Error executing PL/SQL script".

After that, setup completes and required table still does not exist (athough
user ORA_MONITOR does).

In fact, when I search files in DB Tools directory for context "PROFILER_DATA",
nothing is found. It means the table is not gonna be created by these scripts...
Looks strange, heh.

With best regards,
Koala

Thu Mar 27, 2003 5:17 am View user's profile Send private message
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Post Re: Profiler Error "ORA-00942"... Oracle Reply with quote

The script is not in a text file. It is in a binary file that's why you cannot find it. Here it is

CREATE TABLE ora_monitor.profiler_data (

runid NUMBER NOT NULL PRIMARY KEY,

run_name VARCHAR2(100) CHECK (rtrim(run_name) != NULL),

start_time DATE DEFAULT sysdate NOT NULL,

user_runid NUMBER DEFAULT 1 NOT NULL,

run_seq INTEGER DEFAULT 1 NOT NULL,

user_sid NUMBER NOT NULL,

user_name VARCHAR2(30) DEFAULT USER NOT NULL,

run_cpu NUMBER DEFAULT 0,

run_io NUMBER DEFAULT 0,

run_memory NUMBER DEFAULT 0,

run_sorts NUMBER DEFAULT 0,

run_sort_ratio NUMBER DEFAULT 0,

run_gets NUMBER DEFAULT 0,

run_status VARCHAR2(12) DEFAULT 'INCOMPLETE',

session_name VARCHAR2(100) CHECK (rtrim(session_name) != NULL),

session_comments VARCHAR2(4000),

run_source LONG);

CREATE INDEX ora_monitor.i_profiler_data ON ora_monitor.profiler_data
(user_name, session_name);

GRANT SELECT, INSERT, DELETE, UPDATE ON ora_monitor.profiler_data TO PUBLIC;
GRANT EXECUTE ON sys.dbms_profiler TO PUBLIC;

Good luck!

: Hi.
: Nope.
: Sorry, it creates only message box "DBMS_PROFILER package is not
: installed, but
: setup can continue nevertheless" (by the way, I have run PROFLOAD.SQL
: script,
: and it completed successfully, and actually I can see the package in SYS
: schema),
: and then another message box "Error executing PL/SQL script".

: After that, setup completes and required table still does not exist (athough
: user ORA_MONITOR does).

: In fact, when I search files in DB Tools directory for context
: "PROFILER_DATA",
: nothing is found. It means the table is not gonna be created by these
: scripts...
: Looks strange, heh.

: With best regards,
: Koala

Thu Mar 27, 2003 9:02 am View user's profile Send private message
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