On Mon, 24 May 1999, SYEDFEROZ wrote:

> hi,
> i have this vague problem with oracle 7.3.4.
> we have one development machine running an oracle instance. in our
> application there is a need for writing multiple triggers on the same table
> for the same event. now creation of this triggers is not a problem and it
> goes through fine on the development machine, of course with the sequence of
> execution not guaranteed.
> now to test the same we have created another database and when the scripts
> are run on the new database an error ora 04090 is reported, whereas the same
> runs perfectly on the development database.
> any solutions/reasons as to why this happens?
> rgds
> feroz

Are the development database and the new database of the same 7.3.4
version? If so, then is the "COMPATIBLE" initialization set differently in
the two databases? If not then I would recommend calling Oracle support.

From my understanding, ORA-4090 would be returned in 7.3.4 no matter what:

04090, 00000, "'%s' specifies same table, event and trigger time as '%s'"
// *Cause: Trigger is of duplicate event and trigger time.
// *Action: Combine the triggering information into one trigger which is
//         fired at the given time.  

Best regards,

-Ari Kaplan
Independent Oracle DBA Consultant

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