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Receive ORA-29283 when opening 2nd File

Posted on 2010-11-18
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I am updating from Oracle 8i to 11g r2. Having ORA-29283 invalid file operation  ORA-06512: at Sys.UTL_FILE , line 536 error on 2nd file opening.  If I comment the second opening, the procdure is successfull in creating a file.  Is there a parameter that needs to be updated from a default of 1?  The OS is UNIX.
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by:Akenathon
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Please post a working, MINIMAL code sample, so that we can reproduce and help you out.
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by:madunix
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How are you updating the DB? ...As I know,you cant do that direct. you should do it 8->9 then 9->10 then 10->11 ...eventualy you can migrate 9r2 to 11, but is very dangerous. Better export database install 11 and import back. Of course if it is not huge!


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by:allclem
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This is a new install with a datsbase import.
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Turns out the issue is not with Oracle.  I was able to create my files with sql plus.  My tool of choice is Toad for Oracle.   I just upgraded to 10.6.1 and was not able to create my files in the 11g database running the prcdure in Toad Editor.   I will open a ticket with Toad.  Thank you all who responded.
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by:allclem
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Turns out the issue is not with Oracle.  I was able to create my files with sql plus.  My tool of choice is Toad for Oracle.   I just upgraded to 10.6.1 and was not able to create my files in the 11g database running the prcdure in Toad Editor.   I will open a ticket with Toad.
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