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Supervisor Error ADM0015

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I tried to create a new user in Supervisor and I received error "Operation failed (ADM0015)"

I performed a Scan and Repair repository, but I still receive the error.

All rollback segment in database are online.

Software Configuration :

Business Object 6.5.1

Oracle Database

Supervisor 6.5.1

Best Regards

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Former Member
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more information founded,

When I trace a supervisor session in database I have a : Error encountered: ORA-00947.

May you can suggest any othe sulotions.

Former Member
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Anyone has a suggestion. The is still pending.

Former Member
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Hi, thank you for the answers

As you advised all solutions has been checked :

1 - The Oracle Tuning parameter is not set in init.ora file and he had the default value .

2 - All rollback segment are online, may they do not have enough space but we have a same configuration in production environment and we never had a same error

Have you any other propositions to solve this issue??

Cheers, Mounir

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Hi Lang,


You add a new user in Supervisor. After you enter the user name, you receive the error "Operation Failed (ADM0015)". A Scan and Repair of the Security Domain fails to solve the issue.



The Oracle tuning parameter CURSOR_SHARING has been set to FORCE. This Oracle feature causes certain queries generated by Supervisor to fail, returning an "ORA0933" error, which is masked by the Supervisor error.


Have your database administrator (DBA) set the "Init.ora" file parameter CURSOR_SHARING to the default value EXACT.

Note: Business Objects does not support changing this parameter value to FORCE.



This is a database issue; you do not have enough rollback segments online. You have your system rollback segment online, and the other rollback segments are either offline or do not have enough space.

A rollback segment is a structure that records data changes from the database. More precisely, a rollback segment contains all of the information necessary to reconstruct a database block as it existed prior to a change to that data block.


The database administrator (DBA) must switch some other rollback segments online, or increase the sizes of the existing segments.

Hope above workarounds helps you.


Deepti Bajpai