RE: screw up

Damn, I was afraid of that and really knew that!
I was just hoping I was wrong.
DB is 9i.
If I have to restore a package body and have to go to the point of doing a
tablespace point in time recovery to an alternate node, do I only need the
system tablespace or do I also need the tablespace that is the default
tablespace for the schema that owned the package and body?
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David

> You can't use LogMiner. Logminer can't reconstruct DDL. You can use
> CVS (or equivalent) or your documentation. What you may try is
> to look into the recycle bin, if you have it (oracle version 10g).
> If you have none of the above, then don't be a girlie man, sit
> down and white (spelling the Austrian accent)  it from scratch.
>
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>> -----Original Message-----
>> From: David [mailto:thump@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx]
>> Sent: Friday, September 03, 2004 2:25 PM
>> To: oracle-l@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
>> Subject: screw up
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>> I accidentally dropped a package body frok production.
>> Outside of RMAN backups, there is no copy of this body.
>> I tried use flashabck query at the session level and export
>> level, but for somereason even though the command/exp
>> succeeds, I still get the wrong or new body. Any ideas? Can I
>> use logminer to retrieve a dropped package body?
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>> David
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