ORA-24372 error message

I use Powerbuilder application with Oracle 10g database
i have this error (when i try to login)
ora-24372 : Invalid object for describe password .....

and then application is work..
i found on internet its
means: The object to be described is not valid. It either has compilation or authorization errors
and solution is The object to be described must be valid.

but i cant understand that and how to fix it??
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DeyhimAsked:
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temp_tsunCommented:
Can you please share some of your code that is relevant to this problem?
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diasroshanCommented:
Hi,

put a break point and debug the application.
Find the line of code where this error pops up.
Post the code here.

Cheers,
Rosh
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sandeep_patelCommented:
check if you are calling any stored procedure from the database. It may be in invalid state. Recompile the same and see for any errors in stored procedure. It should be in valid state.

Regards,
Sandeep
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