SQL> show error package body BPM_SEMANTIC_PROJECT
Errors for PACKAGE BODY BPM_SEMANTIC_PROJECT:

LINE/COL ERROR
——– —————————————————————–
21/7     PL/SQL: Statement ignored
21/7     PLS-00201: identifier ‘PROCESS_LETTERS.INSERT_BPM_SEMANTIC’ must
be declared

56/7     PL/SQL: Statement ignored
56/7     PLS-00201: identifier ‘PROCESS_LETTERS.UPDATE_BPM_SEMANTIC’ must
be declared

 

Deployment hanging for PL/SQL package and lock is “library cache pin” .Find who is blocking who using below query.

select decode(lob.kglobtyp, 0, ‘NEXT OBJECT’, 1, ‘INDEX’, 2, ‘TABLE’, 3, ‘CLUSTER’,
4, ‘VIEW’, 5, ‘SYNONYM’, 6, ‘SEQUENCE’,
7, ‘PROCEDURE’, 8, ‘FUNCTION’, 9, ‘PACKAGE’,
11, ‘PACKAGE BODY’, 12, ‘TRIGGER’,
13, ‘TYPE’, 14, ‘TYPE BODY’,
19, ‘TABLE PARTITION’, 20, ‘INDEX PARTITION’, 21, ‘LOB’,
22, ‘LIBRARY’, 23, ‘DIRECTORY’, 24, ‘QUEUE’,
28, ‘JAVA SOURCE’, 29, ‘JAVA CLASS’, 30, ‘JAVA RESOURCE’,
32, ‘INDEXTYPE’, 33, ‘OPERATOR’,
34, ‘TABLE SUBPARTITION’, 35, ‘INDEX SUBPARTITION’,
40, ‘LOB PARTITION’, 41, ‘LOB SUBPARTITION’,
42, ‘MATERIALIZED VIEW’,
43, ‘DIMENSION’,
44, ‘CONTEXT’, 46, ‘RULE SET’, 47, ‘RESOURCE PLAN’,
48, ‘CONSUMER GROUP’,
51, ‘SUBSCRIPTION’, 52, ‘LOCATION’,
55, ‘XML SCHEMA’, 56, ‘JAVA DATA’,
57, ‘SECURITY PROFILE’, 59, ‘RULE’,
62, ‘EVALUATION CONTEXT’,
‘UNDEFINED’) object_type,
lob.KGLNAOBJ object_name,
pn.KGLPNMOD lock_mode_held,
pn.KGLPNREQ lock_mode_requested,
ses.sid,
ses.serial#,
ses.username
FROM
x$kglpn pn,
v$session ses,
x$kglob lob,
v$session_wait vsw
WHERE
pn.KGLPNUSE = ses.saddr and
pn.KGLPNHDL = lob.KGLHDADR
and lob.kglhdadr = vsw.p1raw
and vsw.event = ‘library cache pin’
order by lock_mode_held desc
/

Error :

Unable to allocate flashback log of 16563 blocks from
current recovery area of size 322122547200 bytes.
Recovery Writer (RVWR) is stuck until more space
is available in the recovery area.
Unable to write Flashback database log data because the
recovery area is full, presence of a guaranteed
restore point and no reusable flashback logs.

Drop the guranteed restore point .

SQL> drop restore point “11203_091314”;