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    PLS-00213 package STANDARD not accessible

    Hey Gang, I continually get this error message when I logon to sqlplus. When I attempt to verify I get. They are valid. When I attemp to logon to the application I get the same error message. "Stored Procs check failureGeneral SQL error.
    Ora-06553:PLS-00213 package STANDARD not accessible. Any Ideas how to solve. I've run catproc, ultrlp and standard.sql

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    What version?
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    try to run catalog.sql and then cataproc.sql

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    Question PLS-00213 package STANDARD not accessible

    9i OEM interface, which manages a 8i database.

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    Sounds like OEM wierdness. You don't get the problem outside the OEM application, right?
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    Exclamation PLS-00213 package STANDARD not accessible

    It happends even logging into sqlplus. Running correction scripts have no affect.

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    Do you get it from when connected to the box locally and not using sql*net? Let's remove the networking authentication layer (TNS) from our list of possible suspects.

    From the server:
    sqlplus user/pwd
    as opposed to
    sqlplus user/pwd@tns_db_alias

    Could you provide all the output from the connection please.
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