May 6, we are about to start a logshipping with the secondary server in read only mode.
I am having the error stated above. The stack trace is as follows: Windows Server R2. I have checked all forums and posts regarding this error. They mention that there are 2 versions of Oracle. Client on the server, I only have 1 version. This runs on VS, but when I publish the website the error above shows up.
I checked my Oracle connection from the installer and connection test passed. I tried uninstalling Oracle and reinstall, but still the same.
My problem is with the web. I've changed this to 0, 5, or any other number. I even setup a web page to just display the properties of the provider. If I change the values in the web. Again, the DB connection works just fine, reason I did not post the connection string.
The min password length at 44 was just for testing. I even changed it to 'abcd' and received no. Me thinks it is hard coded some where or I'm not using the right property name in the web. I copied the web. Apr 20, I recently upgraded my database to sql server and my visual studio to sp1. I did this after i uninstalled the original versions.
Also When i go to create a new project in visual studio i cannot see the standard project types anymore, i get an error "no template information found".
I keep coming to dead ends.RESTART DATABASE with the WRITE RESUME option will only perform crash recovery when you use it after a database crash. The WRITE RESUME parameter can only be applied to the primary database, not to mirrored databases.
READ Object Privilege in Oracle Database 12c Release 1 () Use the READ object privilege to create read-only users that no longer have the ability to lock rows in the tables they query.
The Problem With the SELECT Object Privilege; While connected as the schema owner, attempt to update one of the rows. You will see it hang, waiting. From my understanding of how secondary read-only replicas work, I am assuming that these triggers have no impact at all when the database is a read-only secondary replica and they only fire when the database is the primary read-write database.
Hi Guys, Thanks for your help, it was actually a really simple issue that I should have realised before. The FME user didn't have write access to the E drive. The SQLITE_READONLY_DIRECTORY result code indicates that the database is read-only because process does not have permission to create a journal file in the same directory as the database and the creation of a journal file is a prerequisite for writing.
(Very strange bug report. It seems that many special characters like) or. were replaced by #.). This is most likely an vetconnexx.com check that the web server has write access to the database file as well as the whole db directory in the environment.