Re: Embarasing question ....

Morning Stephan,

>> What about the type bodys ? Were they invalidated ?
The bodies were fine. The script from the vendor recreated the index
types and the bodies - they had to, there was a parameter missing from
one of the routines. An OCIEnv handle is now required.

>> That could be the reason for the index objects being invalidated.
Check to
>> see if they are in dba_dependencies.
Yes they are. The indexes that wenet invalid are all listed. The have
dependencied on two other objects both of which were recreated by the
script we had applied. However, part of that script then drops and
rebuilds all the idexes that are affected by the change to the
object_type.

I know that the script worked without error and we have re-run it again
on a test system to be sure. Nothing was invalid afterwards.

We are not having much 'luck' at finding our root cause with this
problem. I don't like that !


Cheers,
Norman.

Norman Dunbar.
Contract Oracle DBA.
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