Encountered error 1612 while updating disability dating impotence

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Wait Total Waited ---------------------------------------- Waited ---------- ------------ db file sequential read 1680 0.11 10.21 db file scattered read 19032 0.20 503.57 ******************************************************************************** 2) At same session the overall value make me worry about the procedure SQL @t1 Query Plan -------------------------------------------------------------- SELECT STATEMENT [CHOOSE] Cost=19 Rows=2332 Bytes=16324 TABLE ACCESS FULL T_MKS_CONS_MST [ANALYZED] /* select cons_cd, func_fas_chk_custind_avail_bal ('P', 'ALL', cons_cd, sysdate, 60, 'Y', 'B') ans from t_mks_cons_mst where cons_type = 'C'; */ CREATE OR REPLACE FUNCTION func_fas_chk_custind_avail_bal (f_prd_group_ind IN VARCHAR2, f_indr_code IN VARCHAR2, f_cust_code IN VARCHAR2, f_as_on_date IN DATE, f_days IN NUMBER, f_is_2give_net_bal IN VARCHAR2, f_chk_what IN VARCHAR2) RETURN NUMBER AS v_awa_bal NUMBER := 0; v_pending_qty_bal NUMBER := 0; v_os_inv_cnt NUMBER := 0; v_ret_val NUMBER := 0; v_limit NUMBER := 0; v_days NUMBER := f_days; BEGIN BEGIN IF f_is_2give_net_bal = 'Y' THEN IF f_cust_code 'ALL' THEN SELECT cred_lmt, credit_days INTO v_limit, v_days FROM t_mks_cons_cred_lmt_mst WHERE cons_cd = f_cust_code AND f_as_on_date BETWEEN from_date AND NVL (to_date, f_as_on_date); ELSE IF f_indr_code 'ALL' THEN SELECT cred_lmt, credit_days INTO v_limit, v_days FROM t_mks_ind_cred_lmt_mst WHERE ind_cd = f_indr_code AND f_as_on_date BETWEEN from_date AND NVL (to_date, f_as_on_date); END IF; END IF; END IF; EXCEPTION WHEN NO_DATA_FOUND THEN v_limit := 0; -- temp val so that output will fail v_days := 0; END; IF f_chk_what IN ('A', 'B') THEN SELECT SUM (DECODE (doc_type, 'FI', 1, 'BI', 1, 'EI', 1, 'DN', 1, 'IC', 1, -1) * out_amt), SUM (DECODE (doc_type, 'FI', 1, 'BI', 1, 'WI', 1, 0)) INTO v_awa_bal, v_os_inv_cnt FROM t_fas_sale_awa WHERE br_code = br_code AND doc_type IN ('FI', 'BI', 'EI', 'DN', 'IC', 'CN', 'ADV', 'UMR') AND doc_no = doc_no AND prd_group_ind = DECODE (f_prd_group_ind, 'B', prd_group_ind, f_prd_group_ind) AND indr_code = DECODE (f_indr_code, 'ALL', indr_code, f_indr_code) AND cons_cd = DECODE (f_cust_code, 'ALL', cons_cd, f_cust_code) AND f_as_on_date - doc_date 'ALL' THEN SELECT NVL (pending_order_value, 0) INTO v_pending_qty_bal FROM t_mks_ind_mst WHERE ind_cd = f_indr_code; END IF; END IF; END IF; v_ret_val := v_awa_bal v_pending_qty_bal; v_ret_val := v_ret_val - v_limit; IF v_ret_val May 09, 2003 - am UTC well that is about as ugly as it gets.

sorry -- you'll want to relook at the logic, see if you can tighten it up, see if you can move things around.

It is a bummer when the data you need is strewn throughout your database sort of all over the place. Hi tom , With Your Referance for just do this for x in ( query1 joined to query2 ) loop process. Hi Tom, I run a query from SQL*Plus (connected directly - no connect string passed).

Actually i would like to tell what we are doing is.. I have a very unpredictable and high wait against SQL*Net message from client, when I see the SQL Trace.

It leads me to believe the coder only knew how to do row at a time processing, and doesn't do any bulk SET oriented operations.

That is like the difference between going to the library and asking for War and Peace a page at a time -- making the librarian run back and forth and back and forth versus Asking for War and Peace -- one bulk operation....

As I said, we can use IO slaves to simulate async IO or if there is no async io, we would do it sequentially.

I'm always suspicious when I see statements being executed 10's of thousands of times.

I looked in the oracle8 Ref for a list of Oracle Wait Events. Log file parallel write is writing redo records to the redo log files from the log buffer. In this case, it means the database is not the bottleneck, its spent alot of time WAITING for you to tell it to do something.

I found it, but the explanation of P1-P3 in v$session_wait is so weak. The wait time is the wait for LGWR to complete multiple log file writes. In this case, this is a non-idle condition, we were not idle (as an entire process -- client database).... In some some systems ( ex: Silicon Graphics), even disk_asynch_io = true, does not enable asynch i/o because of some hardware requirements.

I can't find ANY documentation on these, but they keep showing up on my reports and people are asking me what can be done about them.

I know some of these must be meaningless (when looking for problems), but can all of them be ignored?

I'm always suspicious when I see statements being executed 10's of thousands of times.

I looked in the oracle8 Ref for a list of Oracle Wait Events. Log file parallel write is writing redo records to the redo log files from the log buffer. In this case, it means the database is not the bottleneck, its spent alot of time WAITING for you to tell it to do something.

I found it, but the explanation of P1-P3 in v$session_wait is so weak. The wait time is the wait for LGWR to complete multiple log file writes. In this case, this is a non-idle condition, we were not idle (as an entire process -- client database).... In some some systems ( ex: Silicon Graphics), even disk_asynch_io = true, does not enable asynch i/o because of some hardware requirements.

I can't find ANY documentation on these, but they keep showing up on my reports and people are asking me what can be done about them.

I know some of these must be meaningless (when looking for problems), but can all of them be ignored?

we got 6696 consinee for each person we are doing that process how do i join query one with query two. Why is that when a query is submitted a non-idle event SQL*Net message from client kicks into? This is the only event that is making the difference to the query from a minute to a sec.