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DBMS_CDC_PUBLISH

Posted on 2007-03-28
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begin
dbms_cdc_publish.alter_change_table (
   owner => 'P_RM',
   change_table_name => 'X_CITY',
   opertaion => 'ADD',
   column_list => ' TEST CHAR(1)',
   rs_id => 'N',
   row_id => 'N',
   user_id => 'N',
  timestamp => 'N',
  object_id => 'N',
  source_colmap => 'N',
  target_colmap => 'N');
end;
When i run above code then following error occurred
PLS-00306 ---Wrong Number or Types of Aurguemtns in call to Alter_change_table
it is confirmed  that schema 'P_RM' and table 'X_CITY' are exist.
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Question by:Asif_Rafique
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Typo in operation:

 operation => 'ADD',
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