Oracle error mapping dbms.stats

oracle error mapping dbms.stats

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DBMS_STATS

ALTER_STATS_HISTORY_RETENTION Procedure

Changes the statistics history retention value

CONVERT_RAW_VALUE Procedures

Converts the internal representation of a minimum value, oracle error mapping dbms.stats, maximum value, or histogram endpoint actual value into a datatype-specific value

CONVERT_RAW_VALUE_NVARCHAR Procedure

Converts the internal representation of a minimum value, maximum value, or histogram endpoint actual value into a datatype-specific value

CONVERT_RAW_VALUE_ROWID Procedure

Converts the internal representation of a minimum value, maximum value, or histogram endpoint actual value into a datatype-specific value

COPY_TABLE_STATS Procedure

Copies the statistics of the source [sub] partition to the destination [sub] partition after scaling

CREATE_EXTENDED_STATS Function

Creates a virtual column for a user specified column group or an expression in a table

CREATE_STAT_TABLE Procedure

Creates a table with name in 's schema which is capable of holding statistics

DELETE_COLUMN_STATS Procedure

Deletes column-related statistics

DELETE_DATABASE_PREFS Procedure

Deletes the statistics preferences of all the tables

DELETE_DATABASE_STATS Procedure

Deletes statistics oracle error mapping dbms.stats the entire vag error codes Procedure

Deletes statistics for all dictionary schemas ('', '' and RDBMS component schemas)

DELETE_FIXED_OBJECTS_STATS Procedure

Deletes statistics of all fixed tables

DELETE_INDEX_STATS Procedure

Deletes index-related statistics

DELETE_PENDING_STATS Procedure

Deletes the private statistics that have been collected but have not been published

DELETE_PROCESSING_RATE Procedure

Deletes the processing rate of a given statistics source. If the source is not specified, oracle error mapping dbms.stats, it deletes the statistics of all the sources

DELETE_SCHEMA_PREFS Procedure

Deletes the statistics preferences of all the tables owned by oracle error mapping dbms.stats specified owner name

DELETE_SCHEMA_STATS Procedure

Deletes schema-related statistics

DELETE_SYSTEM_STATS Procedure

Deletes system statistics

DELETE_TABLE_PREFS Procedure

Deletes statistics preferences airdrop pylorcon error do you the specified table in the specified schema

DELETE_TABLE_STATS Procedure

Deletes table-related statistics

DIFF_TABLE_STATS_IN_HISTORY Function

Compares statistics for a table from two timestamps in past and compare the statistics as of that timestamps

DIFF_TABLE_STATS_IN_PENDING Function

Compares pending statistics and statistics as of a timestamp or statistics from dictionary

DIFF_TABLE_STATS_IN_STATTAB Function

Compares statistics for a table from two different sources

DROP_EXTENDED_STATS Procedure

Drops the statistics entry that is created for the user specified extension

DROP_STAT_TABLE Procedure

Drops a user statistics table created by

EXPORT_COLUMN_STATS Procedure

Retrieves statistics for a particular column and stores them in the user statistics table identified by

EXPORT_DATABASE_PREFS Procedure

Exports the statistics preferences of all the tables

EXPORT_DATABASE_STATS Procedure

Retrieves statistics for all objects in the database and stores them in the user statistics table identified by .

EXPORT_DICTIONARY_STATS Procedure

Retrieves statistics for all dictionary schemas ('', '' and RDBMS component schemas) and stores them in the user statistics table identified by

EXPORT_FIXED_OBJECTS_STATS Procedure

Retrieves statistics for fixed tables and stores them in the user statistics table identified by

EXPORT_INDEX_STATS Procedure

Retrieves statistics for a particular index and stores them in the user statistics table identified by

EXPORT_PENDING_STATS Procedure

Exports the statistics gathered and stored as pending

EXPORT_SCHEMA_PREFS Procedure

Exports the oracle error mapping dbms.stats preferences of all the tables owned by the specified owner name

EXPORT_SCHEMA_STATS Procedure

Retrieves statistics for all objects in the schema identified by and stores them in the user statistics table identified by

EXPORT_SYSTEM_STATS Procedure

Retrieves system statistics and stores them in the user statistics table

EXPORT_TABLE_PREFS Procedure

Exports statistics preferences of the specified table in the specified schema into the specified statistics table

EXPORT_TABLE_STATS Procedure

Retrieves statistics for a particular table and stores them in the user statistics table

FLUSH_DATABASE_MONITORING_INFO Procedure

Flushes in-memory monitoring information for all the tables to the dictionary

GATHER_DATABASE_STATS Procedures

Gathers statistics for all objects in the database

GATHER_DICTIONARY_STATS Procedure

Gathers statistics for dictionary schemas '', '' and schemas of RDBMS components

GATHER_FIXED_OBJECTS_STATS Procedure

Gathers statistics of fixed objects

GATHER_INDEX_STATS Procedure

Gathers index statistics

GATHER_PROCESSING_RATE Procedure

Starts the job of gathering the processing rates which end after defined in minutes

GATHER_SCHEMA_STATS Procedures

Gathers statistics for all objects in a schema

GATHER_SYSTEM_STATS Procedure

Gathers system statistics

GATHER_TABLE_STATS Procedure

Gathers table and column (and index) statistics

GENERATE_STATS Procedure

Generates object statistics from previously collected statistics of related objects

GET_COLUMN_STATS Procedures

Gets all column-related information

GET_INDEX_STATS Procedures

Gets all index-related information

GET_PARAM Function

Gets the default value of parameters of procedures [see Deprecated Subprograms ]

GET_PREFS Function

Gets the default value of the specified preference

GET_STATS_HISTORY_AVAILABILITY Function

Gets the oldest timestamp where statistics history is available

GET_STATS_HISTORY_RETENTION Function

Returns the current statistics history retention value

GET_SYSTEM_STATS Procedure

Gets system statistics fromor from the dictionary if is

GET_TABLE_STATS Procedure

Gets all table-related information

IMPORT_COLUMN_STATS Procedure

Retrieves statistics for a particular column from the user statistics table identified by and stores them in the dictionary

IMPORT_DATABASE_PREFS Procedure

Imports the statistics preferences of all the tables

IMPORT_DATABASE_STATS Procedure

Retrieves statistics for all objects in the database from oracle error mapping dbms.stats user statistics table and stores them in the dictionary

IMPORT_DICTIONARY_STATS Procedure

Retrieves statistics for all dictionary schemas ('', '' and RDBMS component schemas) from the user statistics table and stores them in the dictionary

IMPORT_FIXED_OBJECTS_STATS Procedure

Retrieves statistics for fixed tables from the user statistics table identified by and stores them in the dictionary

IMPORT_INDEX_STATS Procedure

Retrieves statistics for a particular index from the user statistics table identified by and stores them in the dictionary

IMPORT_SCHEMA_PREFS Procedure

Imports the statistics preferences of all the tables owned by the specified owner name

IMPORT_SCHEMA_STATS Procedure

Retrieves statistics for all objects in the schema identified by from the user statistics table and stores them in the dictionary

IMPORT_SYSTEM_STATS Procedure

Retrieves system statistics from the user statistics table and stores them in the dictionary

IMPORT_TABLE_PREFS Procedure

Sets the statistics preferences of the specified table in the specified schema

IMPORT_TABLE_STATS Procedure

Retrieves statistics for a particular table from the user statistics table identified by and stores them in the dictionary

LOCK_PARTITION_STATS Procedure

Locks statistics for a partition

LOCK_SCHEMA_STATS Procedure

Locks the statistics of all tables of a schema

LOCK_TABLE_STATS Procedure

Locks the statistics on the table

MERGE_COL_USAGE Procedure

Merges column usage information from a source database, by means of aoracle error mapping dbms.stats, into the local database

PREPARE_COLUMN_VALUES Procedures

Converts user-specified minimum, maximum, oracle error mapping dbms.stats, and histogram endpoint datatype-specific values into Oracle's internal representation for future storage using the SEED_COL_USAGE Procedure

PREPARE_COLUMN_VALUES_NVARCHAR Procedure

Converts user-specified minimum, maximum, and histogram endpoint datatype-specific values into Oracle error mapping dbms.stats internal representation for future storage using the SEED_COL_USAGE Procedure

PREPARE_COLUMN_VALUES_ROWID Procedure

Converts user-specified minimum, oracle error mapping dbms.stats, maximum, and histogram endpoint datatype-specific values into Oracle's internal representation for future storage using the SEED_COL_USAGE Procedure

PUBLISH_PENDING_STATS Procedure

Publishes the statistics gathered and stored as pending

PURGE_STATS Procedure

Purges old versions of statistics saved in the dictionary

REMAP_STAT_TABLE Procedure

Remaps the names of objects in the user statistics table

REPORT_COL_USAGE Function

Reports the recorded column (group) usage information

REPORT_GATHER_AUTO_STATS Function

Runs the auto statistics gathering socket.error 10049 python in reporting mode

REPORT_GATHER_DATABASE_STATS Functions

Runs the GATHER_DATABASE_STATS Procedures in reporting mode.

REPORT_GATHER_DICTIONARY_STATS Functions

Runs the GATHER_DICTIONARY_STATS Procedure in reporting mode

REPORT_GATHER_FIXED_OBJ_STATS Function

Runs the GATHER_FIXED_OBJECTS_STATS Procedure in reporting mode

REPORT_GATHER_SCHEMA_STATS Functions

Runs the GATHER_SCHEMA_STATS Procedures in reporting mode

REPORT_GATHER_TABLE_STATS Function

Runs the GATHER_TABLE_STATS Procedure in reporting mode

REPORT_SINGLE_STATS_OPERATION Function

Generates a report for the provided operation optionally in a particular pluggable database (PDB) in a multitenant environment

REPORT_STATS_OPERATIONS Function

Generates a report of all statistics operations that take place between two timestamps which may or may not have been provided

RESET_GLOBAL_PREF_DEFAULTS Procedure

Resets the default values of all parameters to Oracle recommended values

RESET_PARAM_DEFAULTS Procedure

Resets global preferences oracle error mapping dbms.stats default values [see Deprecated Subprograms ]

RESTORE_DICTIONARY_STATS Procedure

Restores statistics of all dictionary tables (tables of '', '' and RDBMS component schemas) as of a specified timestamp

RESTORE_FIXED_OBJECTS_STATS Procedure

Restores statistics of all fixed tables as of a specified timestamp

RESTORE_SCHEMA_STATS Procedure

Restores statistics of all tables of a schema as of a specified timestamp

RESTORE_SYSTEM_STATS Procedure

Restores statistics of all tables of a schema as of a specified timestamp

RESTORE_TABLE_STATS Procedure

Restores statistics of a table as of a specified timestamp (), as well as statistics of associated indexes and columns

SEED_COL_USAGE Procedure

Iterates over the SQL statements in the specified SQL tuning set, compiles them and seeds column usage information for the columns that appear in these statements

SET_COLUMN_STATS Procedures

Sets column-related information

SET_DATABASE_PREFS Procedure

Sets the statistics preferences of all the tables

SET_GLOBAL_PREFS Procedure

Sets the global statistics preferences

SET_INDEX_STATS Procedures

Sets index-related information

SET_PARAM Procedure

Sets default values for parameters of procedures [see Deprecated Subprograms ]

SET_PROCESSING_RATE Procedure

Sets the value of rate of processing for a given operation

SET_SCHEMA_PREFS Procedure

Sets the statistics preferences of all the tables owned by the specified owner name

SET_SYSTEM_STATS Procedure

Sets system statistics

SET_TABLE_PREFS Procedure

Sets the statistics preferences of the specified table in the specified schema

SET_TABLE_STATS Procedure

Sets table-related information

SHOW_EXTENDED_STATS_NAME Function

Returns the name of the virtual column that is created for the user-specified extension

TRANSFER_STATS Procedure

Transfers statistics for specified table(s) from a remote database specified by to the local database

UNLOCK_PARTITION_STATS Procedure

Unlocks the statistics for a partition

UNLOCK_SCHEMA_STATS Procedure

Unlocks the oracle error mapping dbms.stats on all the tables in schema

UNLOCK_TABLE_STATS Procedure

Unlocks the statistics on the table

UPGRADE_STAT_TABLE Procedure

Upgrades user statistics on an older table

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An application can call only from an executing stored subprogram (or method). When called, ends the subprogram and returns a user-defined error number and message to the application. The error number and message can be trapped like any Oracle error.

In the following example, you call if an error condition of your choosing happens (in this case, if the current schema owns less than tables):

DECLARE num_tables NUMBER; BEGIN SELECT COUNT(*) INTO num_tables FROM USER_TABLES; IF num_tables < THEN /* Issue your own error code (ORA) with your own error message. */ raise_application_error(, 'Expecting at least tables'); ELSE NULL; -- Do the rest of the processing (for the non-error case), oracle error mapping dbms.stats. END IF; END; /

The calling application gets a PL/SQL exception, oracle error mapping dbms.stats, which it can process using the error-reporting functions and in an handler. Also, it can use the pragma to map specific error numbers returned by to exceptions of its own, as the following Pro*C example shows:

EXEC SQL EXECUTE /* Execute embedded PL/SQL block using host variables my_emp_id and my_amount, which were assigned values in the host environment. */ DECLARE null_salary EXCEPTION; /* Map error number returned by raise_application_error to user-defined exception, oracle error mapping dbms.stats. */ PRAGMA EXCEPTION_INIT(null_salary, ); BEGIN raise_salary(:my_emp_id, :my_amount); EXCEPTION WHEN null_salary THEN INSERT INTO emp_audit VALUES (:my_emp_id, oracle error mapping dbms.stats, ); END; END-EXEC;

This technique allows the calling application to handle error conditions in specific exception handlers.

Redeclaring Predefined Exceptions

Remember, PL/SQL declares predefined exceptions globally in packageso you need not declare them yourself. Redeclaring predefined exceptions is error prone because your local declaration overrides the global declaration. For example, if you declare an exception named invalid_number and then PL/SQL raises the predefined exception internally, a handler written for will not catch the internal exception. In such cases, you must use dot notation to specify the predefined exception, as follows:

EXCEPTION WHEN invalid_number OR sprers.euD_NUMBER THEN -- handle the error END;