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Toad Automation Designer Set User for DB Health Check


#1

Hi @all,

I’ve got a little question.

Where can i set the user connection for an scheduled db-health check.

In my opinion toad uses always the last active user. But not every user has the same rights eg. to read the alert.log

regards

Mario Jandl


#2

The health check does start with recent logins before it prompts for a password, but it checks for accounts that have privileges to run most of the items in
the health check. I’d say you found a bug. I’ll take a look at it.

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Toad Automation Designer Set User for DB Health Check

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Hi @all,

I’ve got a little question.

Where can i set the user connection for an scheduled db-health check.

In my opinion toad uses always the last active user. But not every user has the same rights eg. to read the alert.log

regards

Mario Jandl

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#3

hi,

thanks for the reply.

I think i’ve found a workaround, for the moment.

Just set a execute script with a simple statement (eg select sysdate from dual;) before the health check.

Let execute the statement with the desired connection. Then the health check should pass.

I think this works, details later … I’ll be watching it

ps: Is a solution to expect?

regards

Mario Jandl