ORACLE-BASE – Recompiling Invalid Schema Objects



I’ve just posted a new article on called Recompiling Invalid Schema Objects.

Since I added the rating and most-viewed sections to the front page I’ve noticed that the really basic articles seems to be very popular. On reflection that’s pretty obvious, but it did surprise me a little. Anyway, this is one of those topics that might interest people that are newer to Oracle, or those that have given up caring 😉



Author: Tim...

DBA, Developer, Author, Trainer.

2 thoughts on “ORACLE-BASE – Recompiling Invalid Schema Objects”

  1. Good article. Suggestion: put them in printable format.

    I think the more basic articles are more popular for an obvious reason: a wider audience. And a more receptive one.

    I also saw your string aggregation article and liked that too – it tied in nicely to some work I did recently with CONNECT BY and SYS_CONNECT_BY_PATH.


  2. I was toying with the idea of a printable format some time ago, but never tookit forward. Thanks for the reminder.



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