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Invalid Objects in the APEX 4.0.x Schema (APEX_040000) After Upgrading to APEX 4.1 (Doc ID 1469669.1)

Last updated on AUGUST 04, 2018

Applies to:

Oracle Application Express (APEX) - Version 4.0 to 4.1 [Release 4]
Information in this document applies to any platform.
Checked for relevance on 18-Dec-2013


An APEX instance has been upgraded from APEX 4.0.x to APEX 4.1. Once the upgrade is completed the following APEX packages in the APEX 4.0 (APEX_040000) schema are shown as invalid:


   Owner                            Object Name                                Object type                        Status
             APEX_040000                WWV_FLOW_SW_UTIL                      PACKAGE BODY                    INVALID
             APEX_040000                WWV_FLOW_SAMPLE_APP                 PACKAGE BODY                    INVALID
             APEX_040000                WWV_FLOW_PROVISION                   PACKAGE BODY                    INVALID
             APEX_040000                WWV_FLOW_SW_API                       PACKAGE BODY                    INVALID
             APEX_040000                WWV_FLOW_SW_PAGE_CALLS           PACKAGE BODY                    INVALID
             APEX_040000                WWV_FLOW_WS_SETUP                   PACKAGE BODY                    INVALID
             APEX_040000                WWV_FLOW_PLSQL_EDITOR              PACKAGE BODY                    INVALID
             APEX_040000                WWV_FLOW_F4000_UTIL                  PACKAGE BODY                    INVALID
             APEX_040000                WWV_FLOW_THEME_FILES                PACKAGE BODY                    INVALID
             APEX_040000                WWV_FLOW_IMP_PARSER                 PACKAGE BODY                    INVALID



 Upgraded to APEX 4.1


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