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Equivalent function  of DBMS_UTILITY.FORMAT_ERROR_STACK(in oracle 10i) in Orcale 9i
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maybe you meant format_error_backtrace which is new to 10gR2

it has no equivalent in previous versions.  You could write your own though,
but that would require going into every procedure and exception handler to capture the errors and construct a stack yourself
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