update : 28-06-2017

DBA Script : fdb_log_files.sql

-- | FILE : fdb_log_files.sql |
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-- | DATABASE : Oracle |
-- | FILE : fdb_log_files.sql |
-- | CLASS : Flashback Database |
-- | PURPOSE : Provide a list of all Flasback log files. |
-- | NOTE : As with any code, ensure to test this script in a development |
-- | environment before attempting to run it in production. |
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SET TERMOUT OFF;
COLUMN current_instance NEW_VALUE current_instance NOPRINT;
SELECT rpad(sys_context('USERENV', 'INSTANCE_NAME'), 17) current_instance
FROM dual;
SET TERMOUT ON;
PROMPT
PROMPT +------------------------------------------------------------------------+
PROMPT | Report : Flashback Database Log Files |
PROMPT | Instance : ¤t_instance |
PROMPT +------------------------------------------------------------------------+
SET ECHO OFF
SET FEEDBACK 6
SET HEADING ON
SET LINESIZE 180
SET PAGESIZE 50000
SET TERMOUT ON
SET TIMING OFF
SET TRIMOUT ON
SET TRIMSPOOL ON
SET VERIFY OFF
CLEAR COLUMNS
CLEAR BREAKS
CLEAR COMPUTES
COLUMN thread# HEADING 'Thread #'
COLUMN sequence# HEADING 'Sequence #'
COLUMN name FORMAT a65 HEADING 'Log File Name'
COLUMN log# HEADING 'Log #'
COLUMN bytes FORMAT 999,999,999,999 HEADING 'Bytes'
COLUMN first_change# HEADING 'First Change #'
COLUMN first_time HEADING 'First Time' JUST RIGHT
BREAK ON thread# SKIP 2
COMPUTE count OF sequence# ON thread#
COMPUTE sum OF bytes ON thread#
SELECT
thread#
, sequence#
, name
, log#
, bytes
, first_change#
, TO_CHAR(first_time, 'DD-MON-YYYY HH24:MI:SS') first_time
FROM
v$flashback_database_logfile
ORDER BY
thread#
, sequence#;

End Script

Oracle Database Error Messages



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Well, the reason for above error is that i have taken the above script from a 11g database and running it on 10g database. 11g has bring some changes in password management. Below code is executed on 11g and user created successfully, which is expected result.