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    Hello on 8.0.5 I want to run DBMS_SUPPORT.START_TRACE_IN_SESSION to trace a session. I cant find that package in dba_objects. What do i have to do to get tthat package?
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    Do you mean

    DBMS_SYSTEM.SET_SQL_TRACE_IN_SESSION?

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    dbmsutil.sql

    Hi, 24th April 2001 22:18 hrs chennai

    If you are right on DBMS_SYSTEM then execute the following script called DBMSUTIL.sql found in the path which creates

    dbms_system package.

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    I think what the original poster want is to use the DBMS_SUPPORT package functions, this way :

    sys@prod::SQL>desc dbms_support.start_trace_in_session
    PROCEDURE dbms_support.start_trace_in_session
    Argument Name Type In/Out Default?
    ------------------------------ ----------------------- ------ --------
    SID NUMBER IN
    SERIAL NUMBER IN
    WAITS BOOLEAN IN DEFAULT
    BINDS BOOLEAN IN DEFAULT
    sys@prod::SQL>

    See, in Oracle 7.3.4 (but not in all platforms) Oracle give to you a script to build the DBMS_SUPPORT package (useful to trace session with waits info and bind vars without oradebug, and without the PID).
    In 8.X the script is gone, but it can be requisited from Oracle, or you can use the same version present in 7.3.4 database - I did it with 8i and 8.0.x).

    Regards,

    Chiappa

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