Database error at admin attempt to write a readonly database schema

May 6, we are about to start a logshipping with the secondary server in read only mode.

Database error at admin attempt to write a readonly database schema

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.

database error at admin attempt to write a readonly database schema

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 check that the web server has write access to the database file as well as the whole db directory in the environment.

Using Passive Database Replication