|Oracle9i Supplied PL/SQL Packages and Types Reference
Release 2 (9.2)
Part Number A96612-01
DBMS_LIBCACHE prepares the library cache on an Oracle instance by extracting SQL and PL/SQL from a remote instance and compiling this SQL locally without execution. The value of compiling the cache of an instance is to prepare the information the application requires to execute in advance of failover or switchover.
Compiling a shared cursor consists of open, parse, and bind operations, plus the type-checking and execution plan functions performed at the first execution. All of these steps are executed in advance by the package
SELECT statements. The open and parse functions are executed in advance for PL/SQL and DML. For PL/SQL, executing the parse phase has the effect of loading all library cache heaps other than the
This chapter discusses the following topics:
DBMS_LIBCACHE you must directly access the same objects as do SQL statements. You can best accomplish this by utilizing the same user id as the original system on the remote system. When there are multiple schema users,
DBMS_LIBCACHE should be called for each. Alternately,
DBMS_LIBCACHE may be called with the generic user
PARSER. However, this user cannot parse the SQL that uses objects with access granted though roles. This is a standard PL/SQL security limitation.