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Runtime Permission', '*', 'read File Descriptor' ); -- try to accomodate input/output redirection ('SCOTT', '

I know the standard way of doing it by means of Pro C (for Oracle versions before 8.1) but I do not have the Pro C compiler available. You see -- this is purely a "command.com" issue here -- we are getting a error "search path invalid (sounds like a bad COMSPEC or something, been a really long time since I worked with dos stuff like that). but that's just because I haven't had the turkey yet.

TRC Thu Nov 22 2001 ORACLE V8.1.7.0.0 - Production vsnsta=0 vsnsql=e vsnxtr=3 Windows 95 V4.10, OS V192.0, CPU type 586 Oracle8i Personal Edition Release 8.1.7.0.0 - Production JServer Release 8.1.7.0.0 - Production Windows 95 V4.10, OS V192.0, CPU type 586 Instance name: swami Redo thread mounted by this instance: 1 Oracle process number: 13 Windows thread id: -710243, image: ORACLE.

hi tom it was dir c:\windows\when i run exec rc('c:\windows\/c dir'); it never come back i examined udump file it looks like Dump file d:\oracle\admin\swami\udump\ORA10653.

Runtime Permission', 11 '*', 12 'write File Descriptor' ); 13 end; 14 / PL/SQL procedure successfully completed. WORLD Tom- procedure dbms_java.grant_permission is available from 8.1.6.

Is there any workaround available in 8.1.5 to achieve the same functionality. It throws the following error if i try to assign permission to any user...

Now, RT_TEST would create in its schema: [email protected] create or replace 2 function RUN_CMD( p_cmd in varchar2) return number 3 as 4 language java 5 name 'Util. File Permission', '/tmp/*', 'execute'); dbms_java.grant_permission ('SCOTT', '

Security Permission n oracle.aurora.rdbms.security. what happens if you just enter: c:\windows\/c dir on the dos prompt itself. what if you create a script: do_dir.bat: @echo off dir and run that instead?

you would need to run a SHELL that understands "|" and "", something like: sh -c 'ps -ef | grep oracle' BUT -- then you would need execute on /bin/sh, with that you can run ANY command as the user "oracle" (or who ever starts the database).