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After Upgrading to 11g, 21 Java Classs Are Invalid In The DMSYS Schema (Doc ID 821623.1)

Last updated on NOVEMBER 05, 2019

Applies to:

Oracle Data Mining - Version to [Release 11.1 to 11.2]
Information in this document applies to any platform.
Reviewed 12-Jul-2012.


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After upgrading the RDBMS from 10.1 or 10.2 to RDBMS version 11g, the following objects are listed as INVALID. Recompilation (either individually or by using utlrp.sql script) does not resolve the issue.

List of INVALID objects:

oracle/dmt/dmutil/base/Enum JAVA CLASS INVALID
oracle/dmt/odm/AccessData JAVA CLASS INVALID
oracle/dmt/odm/Category JAVA CLASS INVALID
oracle/dmt/odm/CategoryMatrix JAVA CLASS INVALID
oracle/dmt/odm/CategorySet JAVA CLASS INVALID
oracle/dmt/odm/CostMatrix JAVA CLASS INVALID
oracle/dmt/odm/Connection JAVA CLASS INVALID
oracle/dmt/odm/LocatableObject JAVA CLASS INVALID
oracle/dmt/odm/Location JAVA CLASS INVALID
oracle/dmt/odm/MiningObject JAVA CLASS INVALID
oracle/dmt/odm/ODMConnection JAVA CLASS INVALID
oracle/dmt/odm/ODMVersion JAVA CLASS INVALID
oracle/dmt/odm/data/Attribute JAVA CLASS INVALID
oracle/dmt/odm/rule/ItemValue JAVA CLASS INVALID
oracle/dmt/odm/rule/MiningRule JAVA CLASS INVALID
oracle/dmt/odm/rule/TargetItem JAVA CLASS INVALID
oracle/dmt/odm/model/NMFModel JAVA CLASS INVALID
oracle/dmt/odm/model/Feature JAVA CLASS INVALID
oracle/dmt/odm/model/TreeNode JAVA CLASS INVALID
oracle/dmt/odm/model/Cluster JAVA CLASS INVALID
oracle/dmt/odm/task/MiningTask JAVA CLASS INVALID


An upgrade of the RDBMS has been performed from 10.1 or 10.2 to 11g.


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