We have an application, using ddl database trigger on oracle database.
Trigger depends on package and several tables, package depends on user defined function.
It works on different customer sites well, but for one customer (11g?), sometimes (cannot determine when and why), trigger became disabled.
I know, that trigger can became invalid, when its dependencies changed (i think in this situation oralce probably try to re-compile it). I understand that it can changed to be invalid when dependencies are not valid.
I know I can alter trigger to became disabled manually.
But when it can became disabled without explicit alter statement be run!? Are there some conditions / circumstance when Oracle changed the trigger to be disabled?
We'll ask the customer DBA team to enable audit on trigger, but it will take time to be done...
We cannot figure it out why this customer environment (suggested by @APC) is different from other customers (we have limited access to environment),
This happens on several db instances for this customer - no corellation (time, running sql, ...) found so far,
Trigger became dissable, and not "just - not - fire",
This is not the issue of
_system_trig_enabledparameter, @AlexPoole pointed on.
My trigger code is like
CREATE OR REPLACE TRIGGER MY_SCHEMA.MY_TRIGGER_NAME BEFORE ALTER OR DROP OR CREATE OR RENAME OR TRUNCATE OR GRANT OR REVOKE ON database DECLARE BEGIN IF (UPPER(ora_sysevent) = 'TRUNCATE') THEN MY_SCHEMA.MY_PACKAGE.My_Procedure_1(UPPER(ora_dict_obj_name), UPPER(ora_dict_obj_owner)); ELSE MY_SCHEMA.MY_PACKAGE.My_Procedure_2; END IF; END;