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Oracle 10g - ORA-29280: invalid directory path

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Hi,

I have created a directory for oracle:

SQL> create or replace directory dy_migration as '/opt/smarttrust/dpa/migration_script/dataexport';

Directory created.

SQL> grant read , write on directory dy_migration to dpowner;

Grant succeeded.

SQL> commit;

Commit complete.

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Im running a procedure that should write an output file but its giving me this error:

ORA-29280: invalid directory path      


What could be the cause?

Tks,
Joao
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Make sure the oracle user has permissions on /opt/smarttrust/dpa/migration_script/dataexport

As the oracle user from a command prompt:
touch /opt/smarttrust/dpa/migration_script/dataexport/mytest

Make sure the file exists after that:
ls -al /opt/smarttrust/dpa/migration_script/dataexport/mytest

If that works, please post the code that is doing the write.
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Is the procedure owned by the Oracle user: dpowner?  Do you use UPPER CASE when you provide the logical directory name in the procedure?  Logical directory names in Oracle (unlike table and column names usually) are case-sensitive and must be entered in UPPER CASE.
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by:joaotelles
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Tks. It was the permission and create it with upper case.
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