Re: after servererror trigger

write a script to scan the ora trace/log files for errors? - and get rid of
trigger...:-)

On 7/28/06, Wojciech Skrzynecki <wojciech.skrzynecki@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:

Hello



I would like to ask you about after servererror trigger. I wrote trigger
as below:



CREATE OR REPLACE TRIGGER notification_error

after servererror on database

declare

   d_sender       varchar2(30) := ora_database_name;

   d_user varchar2(30) :=ora_login_user;

   d_rcp             varchar2(100) := ' test';

   d_mailhost   VARCHAR2(30) := 'test';

   d_mail_conn             utl_smtp.connection;

   d_terminal VARCHAR2(30) :=userenv('terminal');

   d_current_nr_error               number := ora_server_error(1);

   ora_server_error_msg  varchar2(100);

BEGIN

  if  d_current_nr_error  between 01800 and 02231

                or d_current_nr_error  in (09291,16014)

   then

     ora_server_error_msg := SQLERRM(-d_current_nr_error);

     d_mail_conn := utl_smtp.open_connection(d_mailhost);

     utl_smtp.helo(d_mail_conn, d_mailhost );

     utl_smtp.mail(d_mail_conn, d_sender);

     utl_smtp.rcpt(d_mail_conn, d_rcp);

     utl_smtp.open_data(d_mail_conn);

     utl_smtp.write_data(d_mail_conn, utl_tcp.CRLF || 'From:    ' ||
ora_database_name);

     utl_smtp.write_data(d_mail_conn, utl_tcp.CRLF || 'Subject: ' ||
ora_server_error_msg);

     utl_smtp.write_data(d_mail_conn, utl_tcp.CRLF || 'User: ' ||
ora_login_user);

     utl_smtp.write_data(d_mail_conn, utl_tcp.CRLF || 'Terminal: ' ||
d_terminal);

     utl_smtp.write_data(d_mail_conn, utl_tcp.CRLF || 'Date: ' ||
to_char(sysdate, 'RRRR-MM-RR HH24:MI:SS') );

     utl_smtp.close_data(d_mail_conn);

     utl_smtp.quit(d_mail_conn);

  end if;



I do not know how to intercept background ORA error example "ORA-01652:
unable to extend temp segment by 512 in tablespace TEMP" or

"ORA-9291 invalid device specified for archive destination "



Could you explain me how to do this?



Thanks for help
--
Wojciech Skrzynecki
Database Administrator

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