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see ORA-12699
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Slightly OT: Java in the DB

Vergara, Michael (TEM)

2004-02-22

Replies:
Hi All...sorry for the semi-OT post, but I'm trying to do a DBA
function using Java and have run into another problem.

I'm trying to reset user's passwords. That's the whole goal.
I have a 'administrative' database that has connections (TNS,=20
some DB links, etc) to other databases. I want to use the
OCINewPassword function call in a stored Java procedure
to execute the password changes on remote databases. I have=20
this neat code that I cobbled together from hints on MetalLink
and other places, and it works...but.

The Java source compiles.
It Loads into the DB with loadjava.
I build a PL/SQL function wrapper.
It executes. It changes the password and exits the remote DB

Great. This is good.

But...when I enter 'exit' at the SQL prompt, the process hangs,
spins up to taking 100% of the CPU, and throws various errors in
the trace file. I have to kill the client process with a 'kill -9'
command to get the process back. There is one error I cannot=20
figure out. It's an ORA-21607 error. It says "Initialize the=20
memory service handle". Huh? What in the blinking blue blazes=20
does that mean?

Any suggestions? I'm gonna post a similar message on the Java
list, but I thought that they'd not know about an ORA-21607.

Help!

Thanks,
Mike

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