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uninstalling XDB - solution

George Leonard

2004-02-18

Ok ok,

Metalink is wonderful...




Doc ID <http://metalink.oracle.com/help/usaeng/Search/search.html#file>
:
Note:243554.1
Subject:
How to Deinstall and Reinstall XML Database (XDB)
Type:
BULLETIN
Status:
PUBLISHED
Content Type:
TEXT/PLAIN
Creation Date:
09-JUL-2003
Last Revision Date:
11-SEP-2003
PURPOSE
-------

This article provides the steps to manually deinstall and install the
XML Database feature into a database.  

SCOPE & APPLICATION
-------------------

This article is for DBA's that need to remove, install and/or reinstall
the XDB schema into an existing Oracle database.  

NOTE: If the XML DB features are currently being utilized, and you have
experienced
a corrupted XML DB repository or installation, it may be more efficient
to perform
point in time recovery to a point prior to the problem.

How to Deinstall and Reinstall XML Database (XDB)
-------------------------------------------------

XDB SCHEMA REMOVAL STEPS
*************************

WARNING: The steps to remove the XML Database feature (XDB schema) will
completely
remove the XDB repository including any user defined information
contained within
it. Therefore, if there are any registered schemas or XML Database
items created,
you will be required to recreate all of your user defined structures,
data and re-register all schemas previously registered.

1. Shutdown and restart the database

2. Connect as sysdba and run the catnoqm.sql script. Maintain a spool
of the script running:

  UNIX: $ORACLE_HOME/rdbms/admin subdirectory
  WINDOWS: $ORACLE_HOME\rdbms\admin subdirectory

  For Example:

  SQL> set echo on
  SQL> spool xdb_removal.log
  SQL> @?/rdbms/admin/catnoqm.sql

3. Modify the init.ora file or spfile to include the following minimums
to prepare the DB for reinstalling the XDB schema:
  shared_pool_size =150MB
  java_pool_size =150MB

4. Turn on AUTO EXTEND on the XDB tablespace

5. Shutdown the database immediate, and startup the database normal




George

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-----Original Message-----
From: oracle-l-bounce@(protected)
[mailto:oracle-l-bounce@(protected)
Sent: 18 February 2004 06:57 AM
To: oracle-l@(protected)
Subject: Re: Rename table problem

Thanks very much to all! Alter table is exactly what i was missing

Viktor
Mark Richard <mrichard@(protected):




Yes,

This was covered on this list quite recently. Try:

alter table otheruser.table_name rename to new_table_name;

Your mistake is putting the schema infront of "new_table_name". This is
not needed since you can't change the schema owner with a rename
statement
and therefore the parameter is not allowed.

Regards,
Mark.




Viktor
m> cc:
Sent by: Subject: Rename table problem
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18/02/2004 13:43
Please respond to
oracle-l






Hello,

Is it possible for one user to rename a table in another user's schema,
Oracle 8.1.7?

I kept getting
ORA-01765: specifying table's owner name is not allowed

Are there any workarounds?

Thanks





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