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I export an oracle "schema" using

exp userid=/ file=pt.dmp log=pt.log owner=FOO buffer=10000000 statistics=NONE direct=Y

and then import it into a different schema on the same oracle instance on the same SID using

imp userid=/ file=pt.dmp fromuser=FOO touser=paul

When I try to access the stored procedures, I get

ORA-29541: class PAUL.ESMQOracleStoredProc could not be resolved

Any idea why one user can resolve this but another one can't?

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I think you need "FULL" on the export. see this url:

link text

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You can't use FULL with FROMUSER. – Paul Tomblin Jan 6 '10 at 15:04

Did you get any failures in the import ? Possibly an object didn't get created or replaced (maybe an object with the same name already existed).

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Nope. As a matter of fact, when I browse the database using SQLDeveloper, I can see the stored procedures there. – Paul Tomblin Jan 7 '10 at 0:27

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