Re: A generic bug introduced in 9206

  • From: desert_moon@xxxxxxxxx
  • To: oracle-l@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
  • Date: Fri, 7 Jan 2005 07:39:21 -0800

Rafiq !

There's a one of patch for same bug...we had a TAR open with Oracle support and
they did had a fix to it

> Patch 4015165 (REGRN:SCALAR VARCHAR2 IN BINDS WITH
  DIFFERENT SIZE RANDOMLY FAILS WITH ORA-06502)

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HTHU

Ankur Shah
Oracle DBA/ASA
DHR-GA


Quoting Mohammad Rafiq <rafiq9857@xxxxxxxxx>:

> After a recent upgrade to 9206, hit the  following bug introduced in 9206.
> Just for your info of those who are planning for upgrade. The patch
> set released for AIX, HP RISC 64 Linux x86 and Solaris 32 and 64 bit.
> Patchset for Windows being back ported. This is still not reported as
> known bug so far patchset update document.
>
> Regards
> Rafiq
>
> Bug 4015165 Unexpected ORA-6502 from PLSQL using host binds when using
> CHAR length semantics
> This note gives a brief overview of bug 4015165.
>
> Affects:
> Product (Component) PL/SQL (Plsql)
> Range of versions believed to be affected Versions >= 9.2.0.6 but < 10.2
> Versions confirmed as being affected
> * 9.2.0.6
>
> Platforms affected Generic (all / most platforms affected)
> It is believed to be a regression in default behaviour thus:
> * Regression introduced in 9.2.0.6
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