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    Angry


    I create a tablespace for storing data from my tables:

    create tablespace clients01 datafile 'c:\tbs\clients01.dbf' size 10m;

    then I need to create a rollback segment for this tablespace:

    create rollback segment rbs_seg01 tablespace clients01 storage (initial 1m next 1m minextents 3 optimal 4m);

    then sql*plus says "it's not possible to create a rollback
    segment in this tablespace... " error ORA-25151.

    I'm using oracle 9i personal edition ... in 8i I do it perfectly.

    Can someone tell me what's the problem please? Thanks anyway.

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    9i doesn't use Rollback segments. See http://download-west.oracle.com/otnd...pace.htm#10700 for details.
    Jeff Hunter

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    Thank you very much for your answer.
    But I still have problems.
    I created a tablespace called clients01 (see above).

    then I created a table, code for my table:

    CREATE TABLE CLIENT (
    code NUMBER,
    name VARCHAR2(15),
    adress VARCHAR2(30))
    TABLESPACE clients01;

    then when I try to insert a row:
    INSERT INTO CLIENT VALUES (001, 'BLAH', 'BLEH');

    sql*plus says "it's not possible to use the system rollback
    segment for tablespace 'clients01' non-system. the error is
    ORA-01552.

    what am I doing wrong?

    thank you.

    F.


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    1. Run

    create UNDO TABLESPACE clients01 datafile 'c:\tbs\clients01.dbf' size 10m;

    2. Bounce the instance with setting in INIT.ORA

    UNDO_MANAGEMENT = auto
    UNDO_TABLESPACE = clients01
    COMPATIBLE = 9.0.0

    3. Now create the table and so on...

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