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Database component in valid state

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Hello Experts,

I see that my db components are not in valid status .

Here is the screen shot :

Invalid

Wanted to know what are the DB packages that went invalid during the installation.

To make this valid , we can run "ORACLE_HOME/rdbms/admin/catproc.sql" script , but wanted to know the cause of this status and what are the exact packages that got invalid.


Thanks,
Sloba
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Have you performed an upgrade recently?

Check out the following note on Oracle Support:
CATPROC Component Is Invalid and Will Not Validate (Doc ID 759635.1)
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There was an issue while doing the upgrade.

Thanks this solved this issue .
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