Tag: error

Quick Tip: Controlling how PL/SQL Errors are Shown

Remember, you only see the error messages in the log AFTER a compile. If you want to see the list of errors at any time, simply click on the ‘Errors’ page, or try compiling your program again. While we’re on this page, there’s lots and lots of cool things you can fiddle with here. For […]

30 SQL Developer Tips in 30 Days, Day 5: Connectivity Issues

The most frequently posted question when it comes to Oracle Database, HAS to be around connectivity. If you’re just starting out working with the database, not being able to connect to said database has to be a very frustrating experience. And for some reason our error messages tend to confuse folks even further. And not […]

How to View Errors for VIEWs in Oracle SQL Developer

I know, who has errors in their code? I don’t have errors because I don’t write code. But for the rest of you, it’s possible you have inherited someone else’s problem. And that problem might be an invalid VIEW. You can tell your view has a problem because of the big, sad, red X Oracle […]

How to Collect Debug Info for Oracle SQL Developer

In a perfect world, there would be no software bugs. Developers would always test their code. QA would find any scenarios and bugs the developers hadn’t already thought of. Regression tests would be complete and flawless. But alas, we can only afford to pay mere humans here, so we will have bugs from time to […]

PLSQL Warning Messages in Oracle SQL Developer

If you have problems in your PL/SQL program that prevent compilation and execution of said program, then that is reported back as an ‘error.’ It could be as simple as missing a semicolon – When you run this through SQL Developer, an error message is returned a la Well that’s an easy fix. We’re all […]

Viewing PLSQL Compilation Errors in Oracle SQL Developer

A question that comes up fairly frequently revolves around how to see your errors when working with PL/SQL in SQL Developer. Most folks are probably working in the worksheet – this is the default editor for your connection. Let’s take a look at this sample program If we were to create this procedure, we would […]

ORA-03113: end-of-file on communication channel

Don't ignore the warning signs. This crash was completely avoidable.

My database crashed today. My ‘production’ database that is. The one I rely on for product demonstrations, that thing I do that Quest gives me money for. Pretty funny considering in the last few weeks my blogs have included such gems as: Are You a Real DBA – I argue that you are indeed NOT […]

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