I have a weird situation going on and wondering if anyone else has experienced
this and what is the solution.
I am running Oracle 188.8.131.52 on Linux 6. I have an app that passes data to
Oracle and Oracle processes it and sends back a response - which happens to be
This app has been running fine for years. Minimal changes. Starting last
week, one of the main procedures has stopped working with this error:
"Package: F_CEUS_BLACK_BOX -- ErrorMessage: ORA-06550: line 1, column 12:
PLS-00302: component 'PKG_BLACK_BOX_CDR_STAT_CONTROL' must be declared
ORA-06550: line 1, column 7:
PL/SQL: Statement ignored"
The proc is calling another proc at the line in error. After doing lots of
testing, it appears that the calling of the other proc is successful if we
remove the schema from the fully qualified name of the proc. User A owns both
procs. User B has privs to execute the procs. User B attempts to execute the
procs but fails that it must be declared.
We have tried this on my Dev and my Test env. Those 2 env seem to be working
fine with the schema name included in the name.....just my production is having
this issue. I am at a loss about what is going on!
Has anyone else seen this?? If so, how did you fix it??
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