Temp start transformation using "with"clause

I'm experiencing a very strange problem. I wrote the SQL below and when I execute through toad and sqlplus, oracle makes the star transformation, but when I execute it through C, it doens't makes the transformation. Any help are welcome.
WITH a AS
(SELECT /*+ materialize use_hash(c,p,c3) */
c.parent_account_no, c.package_id, c3.siebel_instance_id
FROM cmf_package c, package_definition_values p,
cmf_packages_fat3c c3
WHERE c.inactive_dt IS NULL
AND c.package_inst_id = c3.package_instance_id
AND c.package_inst_id_serv = c3.package_instance_id_serv
AND c.package_id = p.package_id
AND p.short_display IS NULL)
SELECT /*+ leading(c ) push_subq use_hash(acr,pdv,cpcp3,ciam,c) */
'PACK_VOZ_DUP', cp.parent_account_no, ciam.external_id, c.bill_period,
cp3.siebel_instance_id, cp.package_id, acr.is_business,
TO_NUMBER (NULL), 1, c.bill_state, 'SI', acr.ROWID, pdv.ROWID,
cp.ROWID, cp3.ROWID, ciam.ROWID, c.ROWID
FROM account_category_ref acr,
package_definition_values pdv,
cmf_package cp,
cmf_packages_fat3c cp3,
customer_id_acct_map ciam,
cmf c
WHERE pdv.short_display IS NULL
AND pdv.package_id = cp.package_id
AND cp.inactive_dt IS NULL
AND cp.parent_account_no = c.account_no
AND c.account_category = acr.account_category
AND c.account_no = ciam.account_no
AND ciam.external_id_type = 14
AND ciam.is_current = 1
AND cp.package_inst_id = cp3.package_instance_id
AND cp.package_inst_id_serv = cp3.package_instance_id_serv
AND cp3.siebel_instance_id IS NOT NULL
AND EXISTS (
SELECT /*+ hash_sj */
1
FROM a c3
WHERE c3.parent_account_no = cp.parent_account_no
AND c3.package_id <> cp.package_id
AND c3.siebel_instance_id = cp3.siebel_instance_id)
explain from Toad
Plan
SELECT STATEMENT CHOOSECost: 199,074 Bytes: 188 Cardinality: 1                                         
     15 TEMP TABLE TRANSFORMATION                                    
          14 HASH JOIN SEMI Cost: 199,074 Bytes: 188 Cardinality: 1                               
               11 HASH JOIN Cost: 191,234 Bytes: 111,173,166 Cardinality: 726,622                          
                    9 HASH JOIN Cost: 162,751 Bytes: 108,444,416 Cardinality: 847,222                     
                         7 HASH JOIN Cost: 159,088 Bytes: 217,362,656 Cardinality: 1,940,738                
                              5 HASH JOIN Cost: 134,635 Bytes: 108,065,443 Cardinality: 1,367,917           
                                   3 HASH JOIN Cost: 121,145 Bytes: 127,501,647 Cardinality: 2,712,801      
                                        1 TABLE ACCESS FULL ARBOR.CMF Cost: 117,431 Bytes: 179,044,800 Cardinality: 5,425,600
                                        2 TABLE ACCESS FULL ARBOR.ACCOUNT_CATEGORY_REF Cost: 4 Bytes: 518 Cardinality: 37
                                   4 TABLE ACCESS FULL ARBOR.CUSTOMER_ID_ACCT_MAP Cost: 9,229 Bytes: 87,546,656 Cardinality: 2,735,833      
                              6 TABLE ACCESS FULL ARBOR.CMF_PACKAGE Cost: 17,299 Bytes: 254,003,970 Cardinality: 7,697,090           
                         8 TABLE ACCESS FULL ARBOR.PACKAGE_DEFINITION_VALUES Cost: 6 Bytes: 10,992 Cardinality: 687                
                    10 TABLE ACCESS FULL TELEMAR.CMF_PACKAGES_FAT3C Cost: 17,248 Bytes: 419,471,250 Cardinality: 16,778,850                     
               13 VIEW ARBOR. Cost: 3,638 Bytes: 116,664,100 Cardinality: 3,333,260                          
                    12 TABLE ACCESS FULL SYS.SYS_TEMP_0FD9D660C_D8362B9 Cost: 3,638 Bytes: 66,665,200 Cardinality: 3,333,260                     
explain from C
Plan
SELECT STATEMENT CHOOSECost: 631,186,428                                    
     19 FILTER                               
          11 HASH JOIN Cost: 189,620 Bytes: 5,558,643 Cardinality: 36,331                          
               9 HASH JOIN Cost: 189,425 Bytes: 11,401,688 Cardinality: 83,224                     
                    7 HASH JOIN Cost: 159,088 Bytes: 217,362,656 Cardinality: 1,940,738                
                         5 HASH JOIN Cost: 134,635 Bytes: 108,065,443 Cardinality: 1,367,917           
                              3 HASH JOIN Cost: 121,145 Bytes: 127,501,647 Cardinality: 2,712,801      
                                   1 TABLE ACCESS FULL ARBOR.CMF Cost: 117,431 Bytes: 179,044,800 Cardinality: 5,425,600
                                   2 TABLE ACCESS FULL ARBOR.ACCOUNT_CATEGORY_REF Cost: 4 Bytes: 518 Cardinality: 37
                              4 TABLE ACCESS FULL ARBOR.CUSTOMER_ID_ACCT_MAP Cost: 9,229 Bytes: 87,546,656 Cardinality: 2,735,833      
                         6 TABLE ACCESS FULL ARBOR.CMF_PACKAGE Cost: 17,299 Bytes: 254,003,970 Cardinality: 7,697,090           
                    8 TABLE ACCESS FULL TELEMAR.CMF_PACKAGES_FAT3C Cost: 17,248 Bytes: 419,471,250 Cardinality: 16,778,850                
               10 TABLE ACCESS FULL ARBOR.PACKAGE_DEFINITION_VALUES Cost: 6 Bytes: 10,992 Cardinality: 687                     
          18 HASH JOIN Cost: 17,368 Bytes: 53 Cardinality: 1                          
               13 TABLE ACCESS BY INDEX ROWID ARBOR.CMF_PACKAGE Cost: 5 Bytes: 312 Cardinality: 12                     
                    12 INDEX RANGE SCAN ARBOR.CMF_PACKAGE_XCP_ACCOUNT_NO_KEY Cost: 3 Cardinality: 1                
               17 MERGE JOIN CARTESIAN Cost: 17,362 Bytes: 345,222 Cardinality: 12,786                     
                    14 TABLE ACCESS FULL TELEMAR.CMF_PACKAGES_FAT3C Cost: 17,248 Bytes: 342 Cardinality: 19                
                    16 BUFFER SORT Cost: 114 Bytes: 6,183 Cardinality: 687                
                         15 TABLE ACCESS FULL ARBOR.PACKAGE_DEFINITION_VALUES Cost: 6 Bytes: 6,183 Cardinality: 687           
Thanks in advanced.

fbucco wrote:
I'm experiencing a very strange problem. I wrote the SQL below and when I execute through toad and sqlplus, oracle makes the star transformation, but when I execute it through C, it doens't makes the transformation. Any help are welcome.
Neither plan shows a "star" transformation - did you mean "temp table" transformation ?
It looks as if your C wrapper has taken out your materialize hint (among others).
Which version of Oracle are you using, by the way ? Is it the same in all cases, and is the client the same version as the server in all cases.
Regards
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