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Yes, it is possible, as stated in the 11.1 documentation: Supported Releases for Downgrading Oracle mentions 10.2.0, because ideally you need not to set anything more specific (more digits). This is explained in: How To Change The COMPATIBLE Parameter And What Is The Significance? (Doc ID 733987.1) Use only the first 3 digits for the compatible ...
Found the answer! Took me less than I expected. The script that created the table quoted the table name, so the only way to find the table in a select statement was quoting the name. Same problem posted here: What exactly do quotation marks around the table name do? (Stack Overflow)
Your import did not complete successfully: Job "SYSTEM"."SYS_IMPORT_FULL_01" stopped due to fatal error at 18:05:56 The datapump job most likely failed before it could import the package bodies. You can check the alert log to see if there's a more detailed error there. I would also recommend installing the latest patch set. 184.108.40.206 is pretty old, and it ...
Try this 1) Open the project 2) Remove the checkbox on the Schemas branch in the Oracle Metadata Explorer Right-click on the Schemas branch in the Oracle Metadata Explorer and select Refresh from Database. This will automatically put a checkbox on ALL schemas. Let the refresh run. This step can take a good amount of time. 3) Save the project
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