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Oracle DataServer schema holder update fails with error (1894)


TitleOracle DataServer schema holder update fails with error (1894)
URL Nameoracle-dataserver-schema-holder-update-fails-with-error-1894
Article Number000154712
EnvironmentProduct: OpenEdge
Version: 10.x, 11.x
OS: All supported platforms
Other: Oracle DataServer
Question/Problem Description
Oracle DataServer schema holder schema update  fails.

The ABL client disconnects from the DataServer remote broker with error (1894).

The schema update fails to bring the Oracle object list with the tables.

The ABL client continues running after the error.

Using  -Dsrv qt_debug,SQL client parameter shows more errors in the dataserv.lg file.

Select statement fails with the error error text: ORA-01031.
Steps to Reproduce
Clarifying Information
Error MessageThis module can access ORACLE only through the PROGRESS network. (1894)

error text: ORA-01031: insufficient privileges ---- (16127)
Defect/Enhancement Number
The user trying to perform the schema holder update does not have enough privileges.
Add the required privileges to the user that is performing the schema update.
Last Modified Date2/11/2020 3:03 PM
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