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21 ORA-38029 to ORA-39962

ORA-38029: object statistics are locked
Cause: An attept was made to modify optimizer statistics of the object.
Action: Unlock statistics with the DBMS_STATS.UNLOCK_TABLE_STATS procedure on base table(s). Retry the operation if it is okay to update statistics.
ORA-38101: Invalid column in the INSERT VALUES Clause: string
Cause: INSERT VALUES clause refers to the destination table columns
Action: None
ORA-38102: Invalid column in the INSERT WHERE Clause: string
Cause: INSERT WHERE clause refers to the destination table columns
Action: None
ORA-38103: Invalid column in the UPDATE SET Clause: string
Cause: UPDATE SET clause refers to the source table columns in the LHS
Action: None
ORA-38104: Columns referenced in the ON Clause cannot be updated: string
Cause: LHS of UPDATE SET contains the columns referenced in the ON Clause
Action: None
ORA-38105: Delete not yet supported when Update row-migration is possible
Cause: When Update Row-Migration is possible, Delete in MERGE is not yet supported
Action: None
ORA-38131: specified SQL handle string does not exist
Cause: The specified SQL handle did not exist in the repository.
Action: Specify correct SQL handle.
ORA-38132: specified SQL ID string does not exist
Cause: The SQL statement for SQL ID did not exist in the cursor cache.
Action: Specify correct SQL ID.
ORA-38133: invalid parameter name string specified
Cause: An invalid parameter name was specified.
Action: Verify the name of the parameter.
ORA-38134: invalid parameter value string specified
Cause: An invalid parameter value was specified.
Action: Verify the parameter value.
ORA-38135: invalid fixed status value specified
Cause: Specified fixed status value was neither YES or NO.
Action: Specify either 'YES' or 'NO'.
ORA-38136: invalid attribute name string specified
Cause: An invalid attribute name was specified.
Action: Verify the name of the attribute.
ORA-38137: invalid attribute value string specified
Cause: An invalid attribute value was specified.
Action: Verify the attribute value.
ORA-38138: plan name is missing or NULL
Cause: A valid plan name was not specified.
Action: Specify a valid plan name.
ORA-38139: concurrent DDL Error in load plans operation
Cause: A concurrent DDL operation was performed during a load plans operation.
Action: Try operation again.
ORA-38140: no SQL plan baselines were found
Cause: No SQL plan baselines were found during pack or unpack operation.
Action: Specify correct selection criterion.
ORA-38141: SQL plan baseline string does not exist
Cause: A SQL plan baseline name was specified that did not exist.
Action: Verify the name of the SQL plan baseline.
ORA-38142: SQL plan baseline named string already exists
Cause: A SQL plan baseline already exists with the name specified.
Action: Specify a different name or drop the existing SQL plan baseline.
ORA-38143: invalid enabled status value specified
Cause: Specified enabled status value was neither YES or NO.
Action: Specify either 'YES' or 'NO'.
ORA-38144: specified plan name string does not exist
Cause: The specified plan name did not exist in the repository.
Action: Specify correct plan name.
ORA-38145: neither SQL handle nor plan name specified
Cause: The SQL handle or plan name was not specified. The SQL handle or plan name is required.
Action: Specify either SQL handle or plan name or both.
ORA-38146: invalid verify value specified
Cause: Specified verify value was neither YES or NO.
Action: Specify either 'YES' or 'NO'.
ORA-38147: invalid commit value specified
Cause: Specified commit value was neither YES or NO.
Action: Specify either 'YES' or 'NO'.
ORA-38148: invalid time limit specified
Cause: Specified time limit value was not a positive integer.
Action: Specify a positive integer value.
ORA-38171: Insufficient privileges for SQL management object operation
Cause: A DDL operation was attempted on a SQL management object by a session without the proper privileges.
Action: Grant the appropriate privilege.
ORA-38172: No SQL management object satisfies specified filters
Cause: An attempt was made to perform an operation by specifying filters that did not target any SQL management objects.
Action: Try different filters.
ORA-38301: can not perform DDL/DML over objects in Recycle Bin
Cause: Tried to perform DDL or DML operation on Recycle Bin object.
Action: DDL or DML operations are not permitted on Recycle Bin objects.
ORA-38302: invalid PURGE option
Cause: Invalid purge option specified.
Action: Specify a valid purge option.
ORA-38303: invalid option for PURGE TABLESPACE
Cause: Either a token other than USER was found following the tablespace name or some text was found following USER <user name>.
Action: Place nothing or only USER <user name> after the tablespace name
ORA-38304: missing or invalid user name
Cause: A valid user name was expected.
Action: Specify a valid user name.
ORA-38305: object not in RECYCLE BIN
Cause: Trying to Flashback Drop an object which is not in RecycleBin.
Action: Only the objects in RecycleBin can be Flashback Dropped.
ORA-38306: this object is not recoverable standalone
Cause: Trying to flashback drop an object other than of type TABLE.
Action: Only tables are recoverable.
ORA-38307: object not in RECYCLE BIN
Cause: Trying to Purge the object which is not in RecycleBin.
Action: Only the objects in RecycleBin can be PURGEDED.
ORA-38308: invalid FLASHBACK DROP option
Cause: Invalid Flashback Drop option specified.
Action: Specify a valid Flashback Drop option.
ORA-38309: object not purgable
Cause: An attempt was made to purge an object that is either not purgable or else dependent upon some other object.
Action: Cannot purge this object.
ORA-38310: cannot purge tablespace for other users
Cause: An attempt was made to purge the tablespace for a different user by a user who does not have system DBA priviledges.
Action: Cannot purge the tablespace for some other user.
ORA-38311: cannot purge objects owned by other users
Cause: An attempt was made to purge an object which is owned by some other user.
Action: Cannot purge this object.
ORA-38312: original name is used by an existing object
Cause: An attempt was made to recover an object preserving the original name, but that name is taken up by some other object.
Action: use the RENAME clause to recover the object with a different name.
ORA-38401: synonym string not allowed
Cause: An attempt was made to use a synonym for a data type of an attribute or a table alias.
Action: Use the object name instead of the synonym.
ORA-38402: invalid name: empty string or spaces in the name
Cause: There were spaces in the name.
Action: Remove spaces in the name or use quotes around the name.
ORA-38403: attribute set name may not be longer than 22 characters
Cause: The attribute set name was longer than 22 characters.
Action: Choose a name that has 22 or fewer characters.
ORA-38404: schema extension not allowed for the attribute set name
Cause: There was a schema extension for the attribute set name. Attribute sets are always created in the current schema and thus schema extended names are not allowed.
Action: Create the attribute set from the appropriate schema.
ORA-38405: quotes not allowed in the attribute set name
Cause: The attribute set name contained quotes.
Action: Remove quotes in the attribute set name.
ORA-38406: attribute set string already exists
Cause: An attribute set with a matching name already exists in the current schema.
Action: Drop the existing attribute set or choose a different name.
ORA-38407: The ADT associated with the attribute set already exists.
Cause: The Abstract type (ADT) with the same name as the attribute set already exists in the current schema.
Action: Create the attribute set for the existing ADT or drop the ADT.
ORA-38408: The ADT "string" does not exist in the current schema.
Cause: An attempt was made to create the attribute set from a nonexistent ADT.
Action: Make sure that the ADT with the same name as the attribute set exists in the current schema.
ORA-38409: invalid name or option for the attribute set: string
Cause: An invalid name or option was used for the attribute set.
Action: Set serveroutput ON and repeat the operation for additional information.
ORA-38410: schema extension not allowed for the table name
Cause: An attempt was made to use a schema extended name for the table storing expressions.
Action: The table storing expressions and the corresponding attribute set should be created in the same schema.
ORA-38411: invalid datatype for the column storing expressions
Cause: An attempt was made to create an expression column from a column of invalid datatype.
Action: Create a VARCHAR2 or CHAR column to store expressions in a table.
ORA-38412: Expression set column string does not exist.
Cause: The column storing expressions does not exist.
Action: Pass a valid name for the column storing expressions.
ORA-38413: elementary attribute name may not be longer than 32 characters
Cause: An attempt was made to create an elementary attribute with a name longer than 32 characters.
Action: Use a shorter name for the elementary attribute.
ORA-38414: invalid datatype for the attribute string
Cause: The datatype specified for the attribute was invalid.
Action: If the datatype is an ADT, make sure that the ADT exists and the current user has execute permissions to it.
ORA-38415: invalid name or datatype for the attribute: string
Cause: An invalid name or datatype was used for the attribute.
Action: Set serveroutput ON and repeat the operation for additional information.
ORA-38416: A stored attribute may not be longer then 300 characters.
Cause: An attempt was made to create a stored or indexed attribute longer than 300 characters.
Action: A predicate with such attribute may not be indexed. It will be evaluated as sparse predicate.
ORA-38417: attribute set string does not exist
Cause: An attempt was made to use an attribute set that does not exist.
Action: Create the attribute set or choose an existing attribute set.
ORA-38418: ADT associated with the attribute set string does not exist
Cause: The ADT with the same name as the attribute set was not found in the current schema.
Action: Drop the attribute set and recreate it.
ORA-38419: invalid identifier in attribute : string
Cause: An identifier used in the stored/indexed attribute sub-expression was not defined or was invalid.
Action: Create all the required elementary attributes and user-defined functions and try again.
ORA-38420: invalid stored attribute sub-expression: string
Cause: The sub-expression used for the stored expression was invalid.
Action: Set serveroutput ON and repeat the operation for additional information.
ORA-38421: attribute string already exists
Cause: An attribute with a matching name (or form) already exists in the attribute set.
Action: Drop the existing attribute or choose a different name for the new attribute.
ORA-38422: invalid datatype for the attribute: string
Cause: An attempt was made to create an attribute with invalid datatype.
Action: If the data type of the attribute is an ADT, make sure that the type exists.
ORA-38423: Attribute set created from an ADT may not be extended.
Cause: An attempt was made to add an elementary attribute to an attribute set created from an ADT.
Action: Create a new attribute set and add all the required elementary attributes one at a time.
ORA-38424: no attribute set currently assigned to the expression set
Cause: An attempt was made to un-assign an attribute set from an expression set when there is no attribute set assigned to it.
Action: No action is required.
ORA-38425: attribute set used for an index object may not be unassigned
Cause: An attempt was made to un-assign an attribute set from an expression set when there is an Expression Filter index defined on the column.
Action: Drop the index before un-assigning the attribute set.
ORA-38426: attribute set assigned to an expression set may not be dropped
Cause: An attempt was made to drop an attribute set when it is still associated with an expression set.
Action: Un-assign the attribute set from the expression set before dropping it.
ORA-38427: attribute string does not exist
Cause: An attempt was made to use an attribute set that does not exist.
Action: Create the attribute set.
ORA-38428: too many attributes selected for indexing
Cause: An attempt was made to create an expression filter index with more than 490 indexed attributes.
Action: Remove some of the indexed attributes. Make sure that the default indexed attributes associated with the attribute set combined with the indexed attributes specified in the Create Index Parameters clause are less than or equal to 490.
ORA-38429: invalid datatype for a stored attribute: string
Cause: The (resulting) datatype for the attribute was not appropriate for storing.
Action: Choose a stored attribute that has a resulting datatype of NUMBER, VARCHAR2, CHAR or DATE.
ORA-38430: Operation "string" not supported in the current release.
Cause: An attempt was made to perform an unsupported operation.
Action: Do not use the operation.
ORA-38431: could not evaluate subexpression "string" for rowid "string"
Cause: Either the expression was not a valid SQL-WHERE clause format or it had references to nonexistent schema objects.
Action: Correct the expression.
ORA-38432: EVALUATE operator only allowed on an expression column
Cause: An attempt was made to use the EVALUATE operator on a column not configured as a column storing expressions.
Action: Assign an attribute set to the column.
ORA-38433: index "string" could not be maintained due to "string"
Cause: The error was caused by the recursive operation.
Action: Fix the error and retry.
ORA-38434: could not evaluate expression "string"
Cause: Either the expression was not in a valid SQL-WHERE clause format or it had references to nonexistent schema objects or there is a missing attribute value.
Action: Set serveroutput ON for more details.
ORA-38435: missing elementary attribute value or invalid name-value pairs
Cause: The second argument to the EVALUATE operator had either a missing attribute or an invalid value for an attribute.
Action: Try again after fixing the error.
ORA-38436: attribute set used for an Expression set may not be modified.
Cause: An attempt was made to add an elementary attribute to an attribute set assigned to an expression set.
Action: Un-assign the attribute set and try again.
ORA-38437: The ADT "string" may not contain any user methods.
Cause: An attempt was made to create an attribute set from an ADT that has one or more user methods.
Action: Drop the ADT and recreate it with no user methods.
ORA-38438: getVarchar not possible due to "string" datatype in the attribute set
Cause: An attempt was made to use the getVarchar API when the attribute set has one or more non-scalar types.
Action: Use AnyData conversion to encode the data item.
ORA-38439: invalid operation "string"
Cause: An attempt was made to use an invalid operation.
Action: Use one of the following operations : ADD, DROP
ORA-38440: attribute set string does not exist
Cause: An attempt was made to copy an attribute set that is not accessible from the current schema.
Action: Grant execute permissions on the corresponding ADT to the current user and try again.
ORA-38441: System could not derive the list of STORED and INDEXED attributes.
Cause: The attribute set was created without default index parameters.
Action: Specify the default index parameters for the attribute set or include a valid PARAMETERS clause for the CREATE INDEX command.
ORA-38442: The ADT "string" is not in a valid state.
Cause: An attempt was made to use an ADT that is not in a valid state.
Action: Check the INCOMPLETE field in the user_types catalog view to make sure that the ADT is in a valid state. Drop the invalid ADT and recreate the corresponding attribute set.
ORA-38443: An attribute set should be assigned to the expression set for statistics collection.
Cause: An attempt was made to collect statistics for an expression set with no attribute set assigned to it.
Action: Assign an attribute set to the expression set before collecting the statistics.
ORA-38444: statistics do not exist for the expression set
Cause: An attempt was made to clear the statistics that do not exist.
Action: No action was required.
ORA-38445: TOP clause not allowed with no statistics
Cause: An attempt was made to use the TOP parameters clause with no statistics available for the expression set.
Action: Collect statistics for the expression set and try again.
ORA-38446: Error with embedded ADT "string" in the attribute set.
Cause: The embedded ADT has errors.
Action: Set serveroutput ON for additional information.
ORA-38447: Type required for the embedded ADT attribute "string" is missing
Cause: Object type required for the embedded ADT was missing.
Action: Set serveroutput ON for additional information.
ORA-38448: Indexing predicates with "string" operator is not supported.
Cause: An unsupported operator was used in the exf$indexoper array.
Action: Choose the operators from this list : =, <, >, <=, >=, !=, is null, is not null, nvl, and between.
ORA-38449: table "string" does not exist or is not accessible
Cause: An attempt was made to create a table alias for a table that does not exist or is not accessible.
Action: Grant select privileges on the table to the current user.
ORA-38450: error computing a stored attribute for the expression set.
Cause: Either values for one of the attributes was incorrect or a stored attribute was invalid due to broken dependencies.
Action: Correct the input.
ORA-38451: index is in an inconsistent state
Cause: One or more secondary objects used to maintain the index did not exist
Action: Drop the index and recreate it.
ORA-38452: Expression Filter index name may not be longer than 25 characters
Cause: An attempt was made to use a name longer than 25 characters for the Expression Filter index.
Action: Choose a name that has 25 or fewer characters
ORA-38453: ExpFilter index should be created in the same schema as the base table.
Cause: An attempt was made to create the Expression Filter index in a schema other than that of the base table.
Action: Create the index in the same schema as the base table.
ORA-38454: attribute set not defined for the column being indexed
Cause: An attempt was made to create an Expression Filter index on a column with no attribute set association.
Action: Assign an attribute set to the expression set column begin indexed.
ORA-38455: Expression Filter index should be created by the owner.
Cause: An attempt was made to create the Expression Filter index by a user who is not the owner of the index.
Action: Create the index using owner's privileges.
ORA-38456: The attribute set "string" is in an inconsistent state.
Cause: The attribute set was in an inconsistent state due to broken dependencies.
Action: Set serveroutput ON for more details. The attribute set may not be reused after this error.
ORA-38457: The attribute "string" is not a valid XMLType attribute.
Cause: An attempt was made to use a non-XMLType attribute to configure XPath filtering.
Action: Use an attribute of sys.XMLType datatype to configure XPath filtering.
ORA-38458: invalid operation "string" for XPATH_FILTER_PARAMETERS
Cause: An attempt was made to use an invalid operation.
Action: Use one of the following operations : ADD, DROP.
ORA-38459: XML Tag "string" not found for the XMLType attribute "string"
Cause: An Attempt was made to use a non-existent XML Tag.
Action: Correct the name of the XML Tag or the XMLType attribute.
ORA-38460: filtering based on datatype "string" not supported for XML Tags
Cause: An attempt was made to configure XPath filtering with an XML Tag of unsupported datatype.
Action: Leave the XML Tag out of filter parameters. It will be processed as sparse predicate
ORA-38461: XML Tag "string" already exists for the XMLType attribute "string"
Cause: An attempt was made to create a duplicate XML Tag.
Action: Choose a different XML Tag.
ORA-38462: invalid attribute list
Cause: The input was missing an attribute list or had null values for the attribute names.
Action: Correct the input.
ORA-38463: invalid XML Tag list
Cause: The input was missing a tag list or had null values for the tag names.
Action: Correct the input.
ORA-38464: expression set is not empty.
Cause: An attempt was made to assign an attribute set to a non-empty expression set.
Action: Use FORCE = 'TRUE' to validate all the existing expressions.
ORA-38465: failed to create the privilege checking trigger due to: string
Cause: Creation of the trigger failed due to the error listed in the message.
Action: Set serveroutput ON for more information.
ORA-38466: user does not have privileges to CREATE/MODIFY expressions
Cause: An attempt was made to INSERT or UPDATE a column storing expression without appropriate permissions.
Action: Appropriate privileges on the expression set should be granted by the owner of the expression set.
ORA-38467: user cannot GRANT/REVOKE privileges to/from himself
Cause: An attempt was made to GRANT or REVOKE privileges to or from the current user.
Action: The the to_user or from_user field should be different from the user performing the operation.
ORA-38468: column "string" is not identified as a column storing expressions.
Cause: An attempt was made to grant permission on a nonexistent expression set.
Action: Make sure that the table and the column exist and an attribute set is associated with the column.
ORA-38469: invalid privilege for an expression set: string
Cause: An attempt was made to use an invalid privilege.
Action: See documentation for a valid privilege.
ORA-38470: cannot revoke a privilege that was not granted.
Cause: An attempt was made to revoke a privilege that had not been granted.
Action: Check catalog views to see if the user has the privilege.
ORA-38471: ROWIDs for table aliases cannot be null
Cause: An attempt was made to pass a null value for the table alias attribute in the data item, which is not permitted.
Action: Pass a valid rowid value for the table alias.
ORA-38472: VARCHAR representation of the data item is too long.
Cause: The VARCHAR representation of data item was too long.
Action: Use the EVALUATE operator with AnyData argument instead.
ORA-38473: cannot drop a type used for Expression Filter attribute set
Cause: An attempt was made to drop an ADT that was used to maintain an attribute set for the Expression Filter.
Action: Query USER_EXPFIL_ATTRIBUTE_SETS view to see the dependency.
ORA-38474: attribute set may not have attributes of TABLE COLLECTION type.
Cause: An attempt was made to create an attribute with a TABLE COLLECTION type.
Action: Use VARRAYs instead of table collection, if possible.
ORA-38475: The attribute set and the associated ADT are out of sync.
Cause: The ADT was directly modified by CREATE or ALTER operations.
Action: Drop the attribute set and recreate it from scratch.
ORA-38476: abstract type used for an Attribute set may not be modified.
Cause: An attempt was made to alter a type (ADT) that is used to maintain an attribute set of an Expression set.
Action: Do not modify the ADT directly. Use DBMS_EXPFIL APIs instead.
ORA-38477: attribute set cannot be derived from an evolved type or a subtype.
Cause: An attempt was made to create an attribute set from an evolved ADT or a subtype.
Action: The ADT used for the attribute set cannot be an evolved type or a subtype.
ORA-38478: creation of system trigger EXPFIL_DROPOBJ_MAINT failed
Cause: The creation of the system trigger EXPFIL_DROPOBJ_MAINT failed due to missing Expression Filter dictionary tables.
Action: Try a clean installation again. If this error is ignored, the Expression Filter dictionary could have some stale entries.
ORA-38479: creation of system trigger EXPFIL_RESTRICT_TYPEEVOLVE failed
Cause: The creation of system trigger EXPFIL_RESTRICT_TYPEEVOLVE failed due to missing Expression Filter dictionary tables.
Action: Try a clean installation again. If this error is ignored, the user will be able to evolve ADTs associated with the attribute set, thus causing spurious errors.
ORA-38480: creation of system trigger EXPFIL_ALTEREXPTAB_MAINT failed.
Cause: The creation of system trigger EXPFIL_ALTEREXPTAB_MAINT failed due to errors in SYS.EXF$DBMS_EXPFIL_SYSPACK package.
Action: Try a clean installation again. If this error is ignored, a RENAME of the expression table may cause the EVALUATE queries to fail.
ORA-38481: ADT "string" is used for a dependent object.
Cause: An attempt was made to create an attribute set from an ADT which is used by one or more dependent objects.
Action: Use a new ADT instead.
ORA-38482: no elementary attributes defined in the attribute set
Cause: An attempt was made to use an empty attribute set.
Action: Create one or more elementary attributes for the attribute set.
ORA-38483: invalid FUNCTION/PACKAGE/TYPE name: "string"
Cause: An attempt was made to use an invalid name format.
Action: The function/package/type name should be specified in the following format [owner.]object_name
ORA-38484: FUNCTION/PACKAGE/TYPE string does not exist
Cause: Attempt was made to use a object that does not exist.
Action: Query ALL_OBJECT view to ensure that the object exists.
ORA-38485: invalid object type for the user-defined function
Cause: An attempt was made to use an invalid object as a function.
Action: Valid object types are FUNCTION / PACKAGE / TYPE
ORA-38486: FUNCTION/PACKAGE/TYPE already exists for the attribute set
Cause: An attempt was made to add a duplicate function to the list.
Action: Use a different object name.
ORA-38487: FUNCTION/PACKAGE/TYPE "string" not allowed in the expression
Cause: An attempt was made to use an un-approved function in the expression.
Action: Add the function to the corresponding attribute set
ORA-38488: attribute set already assigned to the column storing expressions
Cause: An attempt was made to reassign an attribute set to an expression column.
Action: Query USER_EXPFIL_EXPRESSION_SETS view to find the attribute set assigned the expression set
ORA-38489: predicate table creation failed due to: ORAstring
Cause: Predicate table creation failed due to the reported error.
Action: Set serveroutput ON for additional information
ORA-38490: invalid name: quotes do not match
Cause: The quotes in the name did not match.
Action: Correct the name to match the quotes.
ORA-38491: could not evaluate subexpression for rowid "string"
Cause: Either the expression was not in a valid SQL-WHERE clause format or it had references to nonexistent schema objects.
Action: Correct the expression.
ORA-38492: invalid ALTER INDEX parameters clause "string"
Cause: An invalid parameters clause was specified with the ALTER INDEX command.
Action: See documentation for a valid list of parameters.
ORA-38493: feature not enabled : Expression Filter index
Cause: An attempt was made to create an Expression Filter index in Standard Edition.
Action: Do not attempt to use this feature.
ORA-38494: column in the table alias and an attribute have matching names
Cause: One of the attributes in the set has the same name as the name of one of the columns in the table configured for table alias.
Action: If possible, use a different name for the attribute.
ORA-38495: data type for the stored attribute string is inconsistent.
Cause: The actual data type for the stored attribute configured for the Expression Filter index object did not match the data type recorded in the Expression Filter dictionary.
Action: Delete the attribute from the default index attributes and recreate it.
ORA-38496: Expression Filter index is not in a valid state
Cause: An attempt was made to REBUILD an Expression Filter index that was not valid.
Action: Use DEFAULT keyword in the parameters clause to rebuild the index from defaults or drop and recreate the index.
ORA-38497: Expression Filter index does not exist
Cause: Index with a matching name does not exist or the index was not created using ExpFilter indextype.
Action: Identify the correct index using the Expression Filter catalog views
ORA-38498: invalid stored attribute for the index object : string
Cause: The expression filter index object has a stored or indexed attribute that had broken dependencies.
Action: Make sure that all the identifiers used in the attribute are valid.
ORA-38499: expression set already configured for stored/indexed attributes
Cause: The expression set already had a list of stored and indexed attributes. Additional attributes cannot be specified in the CREATE INDEX parameters clause.
Action: Remove TOP, STOREATTRS and INDEXATTRS clauses from the parameters clause or clear the expression set statistics using DBMS_EXPFIL.INDEX_PARAMETERS API.
ORA-38500: string
Cause: There was a generic error
Action: See documentation for further information.
ORA-38501: sub-query not allowed in the expression
Cause: An attempt was made to use a sub-query in the expression.
Action: Do not use sub-queries in the expressions.
ORA-38502: invalid XML tag: string
Cause: An attempt was made to use an invalid XML tag for the index.
Action: Correct the XML tag and retry.
ORA-38503: index already defined using the parameters
Cause: An attempt was made to modify the index parameters after the index creation.
Action: Drop the index and retry.
ORA-38504: this operator not allowed with the configured attribute set
Cause: An attempt was made to use the operator binding with an attribute set containing more than one (table alias) attribute. This is not permitted.
Action: Use a different operator binding.
ORA-38505: invalid default value for the attribute
Cause: An attempt was made to use an invalid default value or a default that is larger than 100 characters.
Action: Specify a correct default value.
ORA-38506: invalid attribute type for text predicates
Cause: An attempt was made to use an invalid type for an attribute configured for text predicates.
Action: Use either a VARCHAR or a CLOB attribute instead.
ORA-38507: attributes of string data type should be indexed
Cause: An attempt was made to configure an attribute of spatial or text data type as stored predicate group.
Action: Configure them as indexed predicate groups instead.
ORA-38601: FI Not enough memory for frequent itemset counting: string
Cause: The memory size did not satisfy the minimum memory requirement.
Action: In workarea_size_policy='manual' mode, set _fic_area_size to a reasonably larger value. Or, In workarea_size_policy='auto' mode, this error should never happen.
ORA-38602: FI invalid input cursor
Cause: The input cursor did not return exactly two columns for transactional input format or the input cursor didn't have consistent data types for horizontal input format
Action: For transactional input format, specify that the input cursor returns exactly two columns: one for transaction-id, one for item-id. For horizontal input format, make sure the input cursor's columns have the same data types.
ORA-38603: FI including & excluding cursor can only return one column
Cause: The including & excluding cursor did not return exactly one column.
Action: Specify that the cursor return only one column: item-id.
ORA-38604: FI including & excluding cursor item-id type must match input cursor item-id type
Cause: The including & excluding cursor item-id type did not match input cursor item-id type
Action: Specify that the item-id type of the cursors match each other.
ORA-38605: FI not enough memory(stringK) for candidate generation(stringK)
Cause: There was insufficient available memory for candidate generation.
Action: In workarea_size_policy='manual' mode, set _fic_area_size to a reasonably larger value. Or, in workarea_size_policy='auto' mode, set pga_aggregate_target to a reasonably larger value.
ORA-38606: FI support threshold not between [0, 1]
Cause: The user inputed a support threshold not in the range of [0, 1].
Action: The user should adjust the input value in the range of [0, 1].
ORA-38607: FI minimum and maximum itemset length not between [1, string]
Cause: The inputed minimum or maximum itemset length exceed the internal maximum itemset length or less than 1.
Action: The user should adjust the input value not larger than the internal maximum itemset length and not less than 1.
ORA-38608: FI itemset minimum-length(string) should not be greater than maximum length(string)
Cause: The user inputed minimum length is more than maximum length.
Action: The user should adjust the input values to make the minimum length less than or equal to the maximum length.
ORA-38609: FI Not enough memory for tree counting, requires at least stringKB
Cause: The memory size did not satisfy the minimum memory requirement for tree counting.
Action: In workarea_size_policy='manual' mode, set _fic_area_size to a reasonably larger value. Or, In workarea_size_policy='auto' mode, this error should never happen.
ORA-38610: FI "string" name prefix is reserved for frequent itemset counting
Cause: An error occurred because DBMS_FREQUENT_ITEMSET and prefix ORA_FI are reserved for the DBMS_FREQUENT_ITEMSET package's internal use.
Action: Do not re-define functions with names starting with DBMS_FREQUENT_ITEMSET package or ORA_FI.
ORA-38611: FI input cursor's item type is not supported
Cause: The input cursor's item type is not number or character type
Action: Redefine the input cursor so that item type is number or character type.
ORA-38612: FI item length cannot exceed half of one database block.
Cause: The item's length was more than half of one database block.
Action: Redefine the data type of the item column so that its maximum length is less than half of one database block.
ORA-38620: DT expressions in input cursor do not have an alias name
Cause: Expressions in input cursor do not have an alias name.
Action: Add an alias name for the expression.
ORA-38621: Decision Tree maximum depth setting not between [2, 20]
Cause: The user specified a max tree depth not in the range of [2, 20].
Action: The user should adjust the input value to be in the range of [2, 20].
ORA-38622: Decision Tree not enough memory, requires at least stringKB
Cause: The memory size did not satisfy the minimum memory requirement for decision tree building.
Action: In workarea_size_policy='manual' mode, set _dtree_area_size to a reasonably larger value. Or, In workarea_size_policy='auto' mode, please raise pga_aggregate_target to a reasonably larger value.
ORA-38700: Limit of string flashback database logs has been exceeded.
Cause: The maximum number of flashback database log files was exceeded.
Action: DB_FLASHBACK_RETENTION_TARGET may be set to high. Modify it to a smaller value.
ORA-38701: Flashback database log string seq string thread string: "string"
Cause: This message reports the filename for details of another message.
Action: Other messages will accompany this message. See the associated messages for the appropriate action to take.
ORA-38702: Cannot update flashback database log file header.
Cause: Could not write to the flashback database log file.
Action: Restore access to the file.
ORA-38703: Type string in header is not a flashback database log file.
Cause: A corrupt flashback database log file header was read.
Action: If you are doing a FLASHBACK DATABASE, then the flashback cannot be performed because of the corrupted log. A restore and an incomplete recovery must be performed instead.
ORA-38704: Checksum error in flashback database log file header.
Cause: The flashback database log file header contained a checksum that does not match the value calculated from the file header as read from disk. This means the file header was corrupt.
Action: If you are doing a FLASHBACK DATABASE, then the flashback cannot be performed because of the corrupted log. A restore and an incomplete recovery must be performed instead.
ORA-38705: Expected block size string does not match string in log header.
Cause: When the flashback log file header was read, the block size in the control file did not match the block size contained in the header.
Action: If you are doing a FLASHBACK DATABASE, then the flashback cannot be performed because of the corrupted log. A restore and an incomplete recovery must be performed instead.
ORA-38706: Cannot turn on FLASHBACK DATABASE logging.
Cause: An ALTER DATABASE FLASHBACK ON command failed. Other messages in the alert log describe the problem.
Action: Fix the problem and retry.
ORA-38707: Media recovery is not enabled.
Cause: An ALTER DATABASE FLASHBACK ON command failed because media recovery was not enabled.
Action: Turn on media recovery with an ALTER DATABASE ARCHIVELOG command and then retry the command.
ORA-38708: not enough space for first flashback database log file
Cause: An ALTER DATABASE FLASHBACK ON command failed because there was not enough space in the Recovery Area for the first flashback database log file.
Action: Make more space in the Recovery Area. For example, this can be done by increasing the value of DB_RECOVERY_FILE_DEST_SIZE.
ORA-38709: Recovery Area is not enabled.
Cause: An ALTER DATABASE FLASHBACK ON command failed because the Recovery Area was not enabled.
Action: Set DB_RECOVERY_FILE_DEST to a location and retry.
ORA-38710: Flashback log version string is incompatible with ORACLE version string.
Cause: The flashback database log file was rejected because it appeared to be written by an incompatible version of Oracle.
Action: If you are doing a FLASHBACK DATABASE, then the flashback cannot be performed because of the corrupted log. A restore and an incomplete recovery must be performed instead.
ORA-38711: Corrupt flashback log block header: block string
Cause: A corrupt Flashback Database log file block header was read. More information was dumped to the trace file.
Action: If you are doing a FLASHBACK DATABASE, then the flashback cannot be performed because of the corrupted log. A restore and an incomplete recovery must be performed instead.
ORA-38712: Corrupt flashback log record header: block string, offset string.
Cause: A corrupt flashback database log record header was read. Either the record type or length were incorrect. More information was dumped to the trace file.
Action: If you are doing a FLASHBACK DATABASE, then the flashback cannot be performed because of the corrupted log. A restore and an incomplete recovery must be performed instead.
ORA-38713: Flashback Database logging is already turned on.
Cause: An ALTER DATABASE FLASHBACK ON command had no effect because flashback database logging was already on.
Action: No action required.
ORA-38714: Instance recovery required.
Cause: An ALTER DATABASE FLASHBACK ON command failed because the database either crashed or was shutdown with the ABORT option.
Action: Open the database and then enter the SHUTDOWN command with the NORMAL or IMMEDIATE option.
ORA-38715: Invalid log number specified in the DUMP FLASHBACK command.
Cause: An invalid log number was used when dumping a flashback database log file.
Action: Specify a valid flashback database log number.
ORA-38716: Must supply an integer for the TYPE option.
Cause: An invalid value was specified for TYPE in the DUMP FLASHBACK command.
Action: Specify an integer value.
ORA-38717: Invalid DUMP FLASHBACK option.
Cause: An invalid option was specified in the DUMP FLASHBACK command. Currently the only options allowed are: DBA, TYPE, and LOGICAL.
Action: Retry the command with the correct options.
ORA-38718: Invalid thread number specified in the DUMP FLASHBACK command.
Cause: An invalid thread number was used in dumping the flashback database log files for a thread.
Action: Specify a valid thread number.
ORA-38719: Invalid DUMP FLASHBACK object.
Cause: An invalid object was specified in a DUMP FLASHBACK command. Currently the only objects allowed are: LOGFILE or THREAD.
Action: Retry the command with the correct options.
ORA-38720: Missing log file name or number.
Cause: A log file name or number was missing in a DUMP FLASHBACK LOGFILE command.
Action: Supply a valid log file name or number.
ORA-38721: Invalid file number.
Cause: An invalid file number was specified in the DBA clause of a DUMP FLASHBACK command.
Action: Supply a valid file number.
ORA-38722: ON or OFF expected.
Cause: The ALTER DATABASE FLASHBACK command was specified without the ON or OFF keyword.
Action: Retry the command with the ON or OFF keyword.
ORA-38723: Invalid SCN expression.
Cause: The SCN keyword was specified in a FLASHBACK DATABASE command but the SCN expression was invalid.
Action: Retry the command using a valid SCN number.
ORA-38724: Invalid option to the FLASHBACK DATABASE command.
Cause: An invalid option was specified to the FLASHBACK DATABASE command. Valid options are: SCN or TIMESTAMP.
Action: Correct the syntax and retry the command.
ORA-38725: specified name "string" does not match actual "string"
Cause: The database name specified in a FLASHBACK DATABASE command did not match the name of the currently mounted database.
Action: Correct the database name spelling or DISMOUNT the mounted database and mount the correct database.
ORA-38726: Flashback database logging is not on.
Cause: A FLASHBACK DATABASE command was tried but flashback database logging has not been enabled.
Action: Flashback database logging must be enabled via the ALTER DATABASE FLASHBACK ON command before a FLASHBACK DATABASE command can be tried. If the database must be taken back in time then a restore and incomplete recovery must be performed.
ORA-38727: FLASHBACK DATABASE requires a current control file.
Cause: The control file being used is a backup control file.
Action: FLASHBACK DATABASE cannot be used with a backup control file. If the database must be taken back in time then a restore and an incomplete recovery must be performed.
ORA-38728: Cannot FLASHBACK DATABASE to the future.
Cause: An SCN or time stamp provided in a FLASHBACK DATABASE command was in the future.
Action: Supply a proper SCN or time stamp and retry the command.
ORA-38729: Not enough flashback database log data to do FLASHBACK.
Cause: There was not enough flashback database log data to do the FLASHBACK DATABASE.
Action: If the database must be taken back in time then a restore and incomplete recovery must be performed.
ORA-38730: Invalid SCN/TIMESTAMP expression.
Cause: The expression supplied in a FLASHBACK DATABASE command was invalid.
Action: Retry the command using a valid number or time stamp expression.
ORA-38731: Expected version string does not match string in log header.
Cause: The version of the flashback database log file header was corrupt.
Action: If you are doing a FLASHBACK DATABASE, then the flashback cannot be performed because of the corrupted log. A restore and an incomplete recovery must be performed instead.
ORA-38732: Expected file size string does not match string.
Cause: The file size indicated in the control file did not match the file size contained in the flashback log file header. The flashback database log file was corrupt.
Action: If you are doing a FLASHBACK DATABASE, then the flashback cannot be performed because of the corrupted log. A restore and an incomplete recovery must be performed instead.
ORA-38733: Physical size string less than needed string.
Cause: A flashback database log file shrank in size. This was likely to have been caused by operator or operating system error.
Action: If you are doing a FLASHBACK DATABASE, then the flashback cannot be performed because of the corrupted log. A restore and an incomplete recovery must be performed instead.
ORA-38734: Flashback log is inconsistent; belongs to another database.
Cause: The database ID in the flashback database log file did not match the database ID in the control file.
Action: If you are doing a FLASHBACK DATABASE, then the flashback cannot be performed because of the corrupted log. A restore and an incomplete recovery must be performed instead.
ORA-38735: Wrong log number string in flashback log file header.
Cause: The log file number in the flashback database log file did not match the control file.
Action: If you are doing a FLASHBACK DATABASE, then the flashback cannot be performed because of the corrupted log. A restore and an incomplete recovery must be performed instead.
ORA-38736: Wrong thread number string in flashback log file header.
Cause: The thread number in the flashback database log file did not match the control file.
Action: If you are doing a FLASHBACK DATABASE, then the flashback cannot be performed because of the corrupted log. A restore and an incomplete recovery must be performed instead.
ORA-38737: Expected sequence number string doesn't match string
Cause: The flashback database log is corrupted or is an old version.
Action: If you are doing a FLASHBACK DATABASE, then the flashback cannot be performed because of the corrupted log. A restore and an incomplete recovery must be performed instead.
ORA-38738: Flashback log file is not current copy.
Cause: A check of flashback database log file header at database open found that the flashback database log appeared to be an incorrectly restored backup. Flashback database log files cannot be backed up and restored.
Action: If you are doing a FLASHBACK DATABASE, then the flashback cannot be performed because of the corrupted log. A restore and an incomplete recovery must be performed instead.
ORA-38739: Flashback log file is more recent than control file.
Cause: The control file change sequence number in the flashback database log file was greater than the number in the control file. This implies that the wrong control file was being used. Note that repeatedly causing this error can make it stop happening without correcting the real problem. Every attempt to open the database will advance the control file change sequence number until it is great enough.
Action: FLASHBACK DATABASE can only be used with the current control file. If it is not available, then a restore and an incomplete recovery must be performed instead.
ORA-38740: Usable blocks value string is not valid.
Cause: A flashback database log file header contained a usable blocks value greater than the file size. The flashback database log file file is corrupt.
Action: If you are doing a FLASHBACK DATABASE, then the flashback cannot be performed because of the corrupted log. A restore and an incomplete recovery must be performed instead.
ORA-38741: Formatted blocks value string is not valid.
Cause: The formatted blocks value in the flashback database log file was greater than the file size. The flashback database log file was corrupt.
Action: If you are doing a FLASHBACK DATABASE, then the flashback cannot be performed because of the corrupted log. A restore and an incomplete recovery must be performed instead.
ORA-38742: Flashback log file has incorrect log reset status.
Cause: The flashback database log file header had log reset data that was different than the control file. The log was probably an incorrectly restored backup. Flashback database logs cannot be backed up.
Action: If you are doing a FLASHBACK DATABASE, then the flashback cannot be performed because of the corrupted log. A restore and an incomplete recovery must be performed instead.
ORA-38743: Time/SCN is in the future of the database.
Cause: The Time/SCN provided in a FLASHBACK DATABASE command was in the future of the database.
Action: Retry the command with a correct Time/SCN or RECOVER the database.
ORA-38744: file string is not the same file seen at start of flashback
Cause: A different copy of the file was accessed the last time FLASHBACK DATABASE looked at the file header. A backup of the file was restored or the meaning of the file name changed during FLASHBACK DATABASE.
Action: Ensure the correct file is available, then retry FLASHBACK DATABASE.
ORA-38746: error occurred while restoring data block (file# string, block# string)
Cause: An error occurred during a FLASHBACK DATABASE command. See other errors on error stack.
Action: Investigate why the error occurred. It may be that the flashback database log data is corrupt. If so, a restore and an incomplete recovery must be performed instead.
ORA-38747: corrupt before image (file# string, block# string)
Cause: A corrupt data block before image was encountered during a FLASHBACK DATABASE command.
Action: The flashback log data is probably corrupt. If so, a restore and an incomplete recovery must be performed instead.
ORA-38748: cannot flashback data file string - file is in use or recovery
Cause: An attempt to do FLASHBACK DATABASE found that the file was not available for recovery. Either it was online and the database was open in some instance, or another process was currently doing media recovery or flashback on the file.
Action: Do not do FLASHBACK DATABASE.
ORA-38749: A media recovery has been started.
Cause: An attempt was made to start a FLASHBACK DATABASE in the same session as a media recovery.
Action: Complete or cancel the first media recovery session.
ORA-38750: FLASHBACK DATABASE may not be performed using a dispatcher.
Cause: An attempt was made to use a dispatcher process for FLASHBACK DATABASE. Memory requirements disallow this recovery method.
Action: Connect to the instance via a dedicated server process to perform FLASHBACK DATABASE.
ORA-38751: Flashback database log: "string"
Cause: This message reports the filename for details of another message.
Action: Other messages will accompany this message. See the associated messages for the appropriate action to take.
ORA-38752: file string does not exist
Cause: During an RMAN FLASHBACK DATABASE conversation, a file was listed which was not part of the database. The RMAN conversation was aborted.
Action: Retry the conversation with the appropriate file numbers.
ORA-38753: Cannot flashback data file string; no flashback log data.
Cause: An attempt to perform a FLASHBACK DATABASE failed because the file does not have enough flashback log data to cover the time to flash back. Either the file did not have flashback generation enabled for it, or had flashback generation turned off for it some time during the time span of the flashback.
Action: The file cannot be flashed back. The file must be taken offline or the tablespace dropped before continuing with the FLASHBACK DATABASE command.
ORA-38754: FLASHBACK DATABASE not started; required redo log is not available
Cause: A FLASHBACK DATABASE command did not start. A redo log needed for the recovery part of FLASHBACK DATABASE could not be found or accessed.
Action: See trace files for details of the problem.
ORA-38755: Flashback is already turned on for this tablespace.
Cause: An attempt was made to turn on flashback database logging for a tablespace that already has flashback turned on.
Action: No action required.
ORA-38756: Flashback is already turned off for this tablespace.
Cause: An attempt was made to turn off flashback database logging for a tablespace that already has flashback off.
Action: No action required.
ORA-38757: Database must be mounted and not open to FLASHBACK.
Cause: An attempt to Flashback a database was made when the database was not mounted or was already open.
Action: Mount the database and retry the FLASHBACK command.
ORA-38758: cannot flashback data file string; restored since last recovery
Cause: An attempt to do FLASHBACK DATABASE found that the file was restored since the last standby recovery. The file cannot be flashed back.
Action: The file must be taken offline before continuing with the FLASHBACK DATABASE command.
ORA-38759: Database must be mounted by only one instance and not open.
Cause: An attempt to turn on or off Flashback Database logging was made when the database was open or mounted by more than one instance.
Action: Mount the database in only one instance and retry the command.
ORA-38760: This database instance failed to turn on flashback database
Cause: Database flashback is on but this instance failed to start generating flashback data. Look in alert log for more specific errors.
Action: Correct the error or turn off database flashback.
ORA-38761: redo log sequence string in thread string, incarnation string could not be accessed
Cause: A redo log needed for the recovery portion of FLASHBACK could not be read or opened. The FLASHBACK operation failed.
Action: Restore the log and retry the FLASHBACK command.
ORA-38762: thread string redo log with scn string could not be found
Cause: A redo log needed for the recovery portion of FLASHBACK could not be found. The FLASHBACK operation failed.
Action: Restore the log and retry the FLASHBACK command.
ORA-38763: flashback not started; enabled threads have changed
Cause: A FLASHBACK DATABASE command did not start. The set of enabled threads changed during the time to flash back.
Action: The flashback cannot be performed. Perform a restore and an incomplete recovery instead.
ORA-38764: flashback not started; datafile string enabled threads are different
Cause: A FLASHBACK DATABASE command did not start. The datafile was restored from a backup taken when the enabled threads were different than at the time of the flashback.
Action: The flashback cannot be performed. Perform a restore and an incomplete recovery instead.
ORA-38765: Flashed back database cannot be opened read-only.
Cause: A complete recovery was performed after a database flashback but the database was not opened for read-write access, or a FLASHBACK DATABASE command failed.
Action: If a complete recovery was performed after a database flashback, open the database for read-write access. If a FLASHBACK DATABASE command failed, fix what caused the command to fail and retry the command, or recover and open the database for read-write access.
ORA-38766: cannot flashback data file string; file resized smaller
Cause: An attempt to do FLASHBACK DATABASE found that the file was shrunk during the time to flash back.
Action: The file cannot be flashed back. The file must be taken offline or the tablespace dropped before continuing with the FLASHBACK DATABASE command.
ORA-38767: flashback retention target parameter mismatch
Cause: The value of parameters DB_FLASHBACK_RETENTION_TARGET must be same in all instances. All databases must have same flashback retention target parameters.
Action: Check DB_FLASHBACK_RETENTION_TARGET values in all instances.
ORA-38768: resizing datafile string failed
Cause: An operating system error occurred when Flashback Database tried to shrink (resize) a datafile. Flashback shrinks a file in order to undo the effects of a file expand, for example, an autoextension of the file.
Action: Recover the database to return it to its previous state, or fix the cause of the operating system error and retry the Flashback. If that is not possible, then the file can be taken offline and the Flashback command retried. The file will have to be restored from a backup and rolled forward.
ORA-38769: FLASHBACK DATABASE failed after modifying data.
Cause: A FLASHBACK DATABASE command failed after modifying the the database. Look in the alert log for more information about the failure.
Action: Recover the database to return it to its previous state, or fix the cause of the error and retry the Flashback.
ORA-38770: FLASHBACK DATABASE failed during recovery.
Cause: A FLASHBACK DATABASE command successfully restored the database but failed during the recovery step. Look in the alert log for more information about the failure.
Action: Fix the error and then recover the database to the same SCN or timestamp used in the FLASHBACK DATABASE command.
ORA-38771: unnamed datafile(s) added to control file by flashback recovery
Cause: The recovery step of FLASHBACK DATABASE encountered the creation of a datafile that could not be added to the control file. An entry has been added to the control file for the new datafile, but with the file name UNNAMEDnnnn, where nnnn is the file number. Related error messages provide the file names that were originally used to create the files.
Action: Rename the file in the control file, or use the ALTER ALTER DATABASE CREATE DATAFILE command to create a file suitable for recovery. If the file is not going to be recovered, then take it offline with the FOR DROP option. The recovery step of Flashback can be resumed by entering a RECOVERY command with the same SCN or timestamp as used in the FLASHBACK DATABASE command. For example, RECOVER AUTOMTAIC DATABASE UNTIL CHANGE <flashback-scn>.
ORA-38772: cannot add datafile 'string' - file could not be created
Cause: The recovery step of FLASHBACK DATABASE encountered the creation of a datafile and could not recreate the file. The error from the creation attempt is displayed in another message. The control file file entry for the file is 'UNNAMEDnnnnn'.
Action: Use the ALTER DATABASE CREATE DATAFILE statement to create the file.
ORA-38773: cannot add data file 'string' - file already part of database
Cause: The recovery step of FLASHBACK database encountered the creation of a datafile and could not create the file because the file name is already in use in the database. The control file file entry for the file is 'UNNAMEDnnnnn'.
Action: Use the ALTER DATABASE CREATE DATAFILE statement to create the file with a different name.
ORA-38774: cannot disable media recovery - flashback database is enabled
Cause: An attempt was made to disable media recovery while flashback database was enabled.
Action: Use the ALTER DATABASE FLASHBACK OFF statement to disable flashback database, then disable media recovery.
ORA-38775: cannot disable flash recovery area - flashback database is enabled
Cause: An attempt was made to set DB_RECOVERY_FILE_DEST to null while flashback database was enabled. Flashback database requires DB_RECOVERY_FILE_DEST to be set.
Action: Use the ALTER DATABASE FLASHBACK OFF statement to disable flashback database, then disable the flash recovery area.
ORA-38776: cannot begin flashback generation - flash recovery area is disabled
Cause: During a database mount, the RVWR process discovered that the flash recovery area was disabled. DB_RECOVERY_FILE_DEST must have been set null or removed from the INIT.ORA file while the database was unmounted.
Action: Flashback database requires the flash recovery area to be enabled. Either enable the flash recovery area by setting the DB_RECOVERY_FILE_DEST and DB_RECOVERY_FILE_DEST_SIZE initialization parameters, or turn off flashback database with the ALTER DATABASE FLASHBACK OFF command.
ORA-38777: database must not be started in any other instance.
Cause: A command was attempted that required the database to be mounted in this instance and not started in any other instance. Standby database recovery through a RESETLOGS and ALTER DATABASE OPEN RESETLOGS require that the database be started in only one instance if flashback database logging is enabled.
Action: Ensure that the no other instances are started. Then retry the command.
ORA-38778: Restore point 'string' already exists.
Cause: The restore point name of the CREATE RESTORE POINT command already exists. A restore point name must be unique.
Action: Either use a different name or delete the existing restore point with the same name.
ORA-38779: cannot create restore point - too many restore points.
Cause: The maximum number of restore points already have been created.
Action: Delete some existing restore point and retry the operation.
ORA-38780: Restore point 'string' does not exist.
Cause: The restore point name of the DROP RESTORE POINT command does not exist.
Action: No action required.
ORA-38781: cannot disable media recovery - have guaranteed restore points
Cause: An attempt was made to disable media recovery while there is at least one guaranteed restore point.
Action: Drop all guaranteed restore points and then disable media recovery.
ORA-38782: cannot flashback database to non-guaranteed restore point 'string'
Cause: An attempt was made to flashback database to a non-guaranteed restore point while flashback database is off. You can only flashback a database to guaranteed restore point when flashback database is not on.
Action: Consider picking a guaranteed restore point to flashback the database to, if there is one.
ORA-38783: Instance recovery required.
Cause: An attempt was made to create a restore point when the database is in mount mode but it was not shutdown cleanly before it was mounted. In order to create a restore point when the database is mounted, the database must be shutdown cleanly before it is mounted.
Action: Consider one of the following:

1. Create the restore point after opening the database.

2. Open the database, shut it down cleanly, mount the database, and retry creating the restore point.

ORA-38784: Cannot create restore point 'string'.
Cause: An attempt to create a restore point failed. See other errors on the error stack for the specific reason.
Action: Fix the problem and retry.
ORA-38785: Media recovery must be enabled for guaranteed restore point.
Cause: Media recovery is not enabled. Media recovery must be enabled in order to create a guaranteed restore point.
Action: Turn on media recovery with an ALTER DATABASE ARCHIVELOG statement and then retry the command.
ORA-38786: Flash recovery area is not enabled.
Cause: An attempt was made to perform a command that requires Flash recovery area to be enabled.
Action: Set DB_RECOVERY_FILE_DEST to an appropriate location and retry.
ORA-38787: Creating the first guaranteed restore point requires mount mode when flashback database is off.
Cause: While flashback database is not on, an attempt was made to create the first guaranteed restore point while the database is open.
Action: Mount the database and retry.
ORA-38788: More standby database recovery is needed
Cause: An attempt was made to create a restore point or a guaranteed while a physical standby database is not cleanly checkpointed.
Action: Perform more standby database recovery via managed standby database recovery. Cancel managed recovery and retry the command.
ORA-38789: File name is too long.
Cause: The file name provided in the command was longer than the maximum allowed.
Action: Use a shorter file name.
ORA-38790: BEFORE must be specified with RESETLOGS
Cause: The FLASHBACK DATABASE command included the RESETLOGS parameter but not the BEFORE parameter.
Action: Retry the command with TO BEFORE RESETLOGS.
ORA-38791: flashback did not start because file string was not in a valid incarnation
Cause: Flashback could not be started because a file was checkpointed or fuzzy at a point where the file can neither be restored nor recovered to our restore target. In order for a file to be brought to the restore target, the file has to be in one of the incarnations along the ancestral path from the current incarnation to the restore incarnation.
Action: Manually restore or recover the file to a point where it is in one of the incarnations along the ancestral path from the current incarnation to the restore incarnation.
ORA-38792: encountered unknown flashback record from release string
Cause: A Flashback Database logfile contains a record written by a future Oracle release and is unknown by this release.
Action: The given release of Oracle must be installed in order to use these flashback database log files.
ORA-38793: cannot FLASHBACK the database to a future SCN/time
Cause: The Flashback Database target SCN/timestamp is greater than the current database SCN/timestamp and the database incarnation is not the last opened incarnation.
Action: If the target SCN/timestamp is in the current incarnation or a child incarnation whose branch point is after the current database SCN then RECOVER DATABASE to the target SCN/time. If the target SCN/timestamp is in a child incarnation whose branch point is prior to the current database SCN then FLASHBACK DATABASE to before the branch point. Next use RMAN to reset the database to the child incarnation. Finally, RECOVER DATABASE to the target SCN/time.
ORA-38794: Flashback target time not in current incarnation
Cause: The Flashback Database target timestamp is not in the database's current incarnation or any of its ancestors.
Action: Use a different target timestamp or use RMAN to reset the database to the appropriate incarnation.
ORA-38795: warning: FLASHBACK succeeded but OPEN RESETLOGS would get error below
Cause: Flashback Database ended without error. However, if the ALTER DATABASE OPEN RESETLOGS command were attempted now, it would fail with the specified error. The most likely cause is that Flashback Database had to add a file back to the control file but could not restore the file's contents.
Action: If a backup is available, restore the backup, online the file, and recover the database to the original flashback target scn or timestamp. If a backup is not available, but the redo from the file creation to the target scn or timestamp is available, then create the file using the ALTER DATABASE CREATE DATAFILE command, bring the file online, and recover the database to the original flashback target scn or timestamp.
ORA-38796: Not enough flashback database log data to undo FLASHBACK.
Cause: There was not enough flashback log data to undo the flashback so a flashback was not started.
Action: It is still possible to get to the restore target by doing a flashback until the resetlogs branch point of the restore target is reached. This can be done by executing multiple "flashback to before resetlogs" commands, or by doing a flashback to the exact time or SCN of the desired resetlogs branch point. Note that this flashback cannot be undone should an error occur. The only option is to complete the flashback.
ORA-38797: Full database recovery required after a database has been flashed back
Cause: An attempt was made to recover some datafiles or tablespaces of a database after the database had been flashed back. In order to recover control file and all datafiles correctly, full database recovery is required after a database has been flashed back.
Action: Recover the whole database instead.
ORA-38798: Cannot perform partial database recovery
Cause: See other other messages on error stack for the cause.
Action: See other other messages on error stack for the action.
ORA-38799: Cannot drop guaranteed restore point internally created for snapshot standby
Cause: An attempt is made to drop the guaranteed restore point Oracle created internally for a snapshot standby.
Action: Use the "alter database convert to physical standby" command to convert the snapshot standby to a normal physical standby. This will automatically flashback the database and drop this guaranteed restore point.
ORA-38800: Cannot start Redo Apply on the open physical standby database
Cause: An attempt was made to start Redo Apply on an open physical standby database instance.
Action: Make sure the primary database is at compatibility 11.0.0 or higher. The redo logs to be recovered on an open physical standby database must be generated at compatibility 11.0.0 or higher. If you have any redo below 11.0.0 to be applied on the standby, you must apply them on a mounted standby before restarting recovery on an open standby when the log format advances to 11.0.0 or higher. If this is a RAC standby database, make sure the ACTIVE_INSTANCE_COUNT parameter is not set.
ORA-38801: improper value for ORA_EDITION
Cause: An improper value was used for ORA_EDITION when trying to specify an edition to use at login time. The value is not understandable as an identifier, or is too long.
Action: Correct the value for ORA_EDITION and try again.
ORA-38802: edition does not exist
Cause: This error occurred because a reference was made to an edition that does not exist or that the current user does not have privileges on.
Action: Check the edition name and verify that the current user has appropriate privileges on the edition.
ORA-38803: edition is unusable
Cause: This error occurred because a reference was made to an unusable edition.
Action: Use another edition.
ORA-38804: not a legal edition name
Cause: This error occurred because an attempt was made to create an edition called ORA$BASE, DATABASE_DEFAULT, or USER_DEFAULT. These are not legal edition names. Or a value provided as an edition name is not understandable as an identifier, or is too long.
Action: Choose a different name for the edition.
ORA-38805: edition is in use
Cause: An attempt was made to ALTER or DROP an edition that was being used in another session or was the database default edition.
Action: Retry when the edition is not in use and is not the database default edition.
ORA-38806: edition is being altered or dropped
Cause: An attempt was made to use an edition that was in the process of being altered or dropped.
Action: Use a different edition.
ORA-38807: Implementation restriction: an edition can have only one child
Cause: This error occurred because an attempt was made to create more than one child edition for a parent edition.
Action: Create the edition as a child of the leaf edition.
ORA-38808: edition has a usable parent and a usable child
Cause: An attempt was made to make an edition with a usable parent and a usable child edition unusable.
Action: An edition with a usable parent and a usable child edition cannot be made unusable. Retry after either parent or child has been made unusable.
ORA-38809: edition must be unusable
Cause: This error occurred because an attempt was made to drop a usable edition.
Action: Retry after the altering the edition to be unusable.
ORA-38810: Implementation restriction: cannot drop edition that has a parent and a child
Cause: This error occurred because an attempt was made to drop an edition that has a parent and a child edition.
Action: Retry after dropping the parent or child edition.
ORA-38811: need CASCADE option to drop edition that has actual objects
Cause: This error occurred because an attempt was made to drop an edition that has actual objects.
Action: Specify CASCADE option in drop command.
ORA-38812: maximum number of editions reached
Cause: The number of editions has reached the limit.
Action: Drop some editions before creating new ones.
ORA-38813: editions not supported for schema string
Cause: The Oracle-supplied schema did not support editions.
Action: Do not attempt to enable editions for the specified Oracle-supplied schema.
ORA-38814: ALTER SESSION SET EDITION must be first statement of transaction
Cause: An edition switch could be executed within an open transaction.
Action: Commit or rollback the transaction and re-execute the statement, or use dbms_session.set_edition if its deferred effect is appropriate.
ORA-38815: ALTER SESSION SET EDITION must be a top-level SQL statement
Cause: An edition switch failed because it was executed from a PL/SQL block or using recursive SQL.
Action: Execute the statement from a top-level OCI call, or use dbms_session.set_edition if its deferred effect is appropriate.
ORA-38816: edition has a child that inherits objects from the edition
Cause: This error occurred because an attempt was made to drop an edition that a child that inherits objects from the edition.
Action: Retry after the child edition has no inherited objects.
ORA-38817: Insufficient privileges
Cause: You did not have sufficient privileges to execute the subprogram package DBMS_EDITIONS_UTIL.
Action: Obtain the necessary privileges. Please see the package specification for details.
ORA-38818: illegal reference to versionable object string.string
Cause: A non-versioned edition object referenced a versionable object.
Action: Remove the reference to the versionable object.
ORA-38850: an enabled thread missing from control file
Cause: A CREATE CONTROLFILE statement was given that did not list all the enabled threads for the database.
Action: Reissue the CREATE CONTROLFILE statement, including all enabled threads.
ORA-38851: cannot mark the current instance (redo thread) as disabled
Cause: The standby switchover or failover operation failed because it needs to mark the current instance (redo thread) as disabled.
Action: Shut down this instance and start up using a different instance name or redo thread number and retry.
ORA-38852: cannot mark the current instance (redo thread) as disabled
Cause: The open resetlogs or standby activation operation failed because it must use a different instance (redo thread) than the current instance (redo thread) to open the database.
Action: Shut down this instance and start up using a different instance name or redo thread number and retry.
ORA-38853: cannot mark instance string (redo thread string) as disabled
Cause: The standby switchover or failover operation failed because it needs to mark an instance (redo thread) as disabled. That instance was up, which prevented it from being disabled.
Action: Shut down the specified instance and retry this command.
ORA-38854: cannot mark instance string (redo thread string) as disabled
Cause: The open resetlogs or standby activation operation failed because it needs to mark an instance (redo thread) as disabled. That instance was up, which prevented it from being disabled.
Action: Shut down the specified instance and retry this command.
ORA-38855: cannot mark instance string (redo thread string) as enabled
Cause: The standby switchover or failover operation failed because it needs to mark an instance (redo thread) as enabled. However, it had less than 2 online redo logs, which prevented it from being enabled.
Action: Add more logfiles to the specified instance and retry the command.
ORA-38856: cannot mark instance string (redo thread string) as enabled
Cause: The open resetlogs or standby activation operation failed because it needs to mark an instance (redo thread) as enabled. However, it had less than 2 online redo logs, which prevented it from being enabled.
Action: Add more logfiles to the specified instance and retry the command.
ORA-38857: cannot mark redo thread string as enabled
Cause: The standby switchover or failover operation failed because it needs to mark a redo thread as enabled. However, the control file was recreated with a MAXINSTANCES value smaller than the thread number of the redo thread.
Action: Recreate the control file with a larger MAXINSTANCES value.
ORA-38858: cannot mark redo thread string as enabled
Cause: The open resetlogs or standby activation operation failed because it needs to mark a redo thread as enabled. However, the control file was recreated with a MAXINSTANCES value smaller than the thread number of the redo thread.
Action: Recreate the control file with a larger MAXINSTANCES value.
ORA-38859: instance string (thread string) is not ready to be disabled
Cause: The command attempted to switch the instance (thread) into a new log before disabling it. The switch attempt failed because all eligible online logs were either being cleared or not completely archived yet.
Action: Wait a few minutes and retry.
ORA-38860: cannot FLASHBACK DATABASE during instantiation of a logical standby
Cause: The command was not permitted because the controlfile indicates the database was in the process of becoming a logical standby database but the controlfile conversion had not completed.
Action: If in the process of creating a logical standby database, perform the remaining instantiation procedures to completion. If this flashback operation followed a Data Guard failure, permit the errant Data Guard operation to successfully complete. Once the instantiation is complete, reissue the flashback operation.
ORA-38861: flashback recovery stopped before reaching recovery target
Cause: Flashback recovery on the standby ended early because the user attempted to flashback to an SCN or time for which there were no redo logs. Most likely, the user is trying to flashback to a future time in the database that the database has never recovered through. Check the alert log to find out which SCN the database recovered to.
Action: Flashback to an older SCN or acquire the necessary redo logs.
ORA-38862: FLASHBACK DATABASE in progress
Cause: The operation could not be performed while FLASHBACK DATABASE was in progress.
Action: Wait for the FLASHBACK DATABASE to complete.
ORA-38863: datafile string has been restored from an optimized RMAN backup.
Cause: Flashback Database could not flash back the file because it was restored from an RMAN optimized backup with deallocated objects. Flashback cannot revert the file to a time before the last deallocation in the datafile backup.
Action: Restore the file from a backup prior to the Flashback target SCN or time and then retry the command.
ORA-38864: cannot create a guaranteed restore point with user specified SCN or time.
Cause: An SCN or timestamp was specified when creating a guaranteed restore point. This is not supported. You can only create a guaranteed restore point as of the current time.
Action: Avoid this combination of options for creating a restore point.
ORA-38865: cannot create restore point for a future SCN or time.
Cause: An attempt was made to create a restore point with an SCN or timestamp that is in the future.
Action: Revise the SCN or timestamp specified so that it is an SCN or timestamp in the past.
ORA-38866: cannot create restore point for an SCN or time before current database incarnation.
Cause: An attempt was made to create a restore point with an SCN or timestamp that is before the beginning of the current database incarnation.
Action: Revise the SCN or timestamp specified so that it is within current database incarnation.
ORA-38867: database not open: cannot create restore point with the specified timestamp
Cause: An attempt was made to create a restore point with the specified timestamp while the database was not open. The database must be open in order to map the timestamp to an SCN.
Action: Open the database first or pick another way to create the restore point.
ORA-38868: warning: the control file may have incorrect data file structure
Cause: This control file was created or converted based on a control file from a time different from the time of the database.
Action: Open database read-only to synchronize the control file with the database dictionary. You can also force recovery to proceed by invoking recovery again.
ORA-38869: datafile string has been restored from an RMAN backup with undo block compression.
Cause: Flashback Database could not flash back the database because a file was restored from an RMAN backup with undo block compression, and the Flashback target was to a time when the missing undo may be needed to open the database.
Action: Restore an earlier backup of the file and retry the command or Flashback to a later time.
ORA-38870: cannot backup a control file that may have incorrect data file structure.
Cause: This control file was created or converted based on a control file from a time different from the time of the database.
Action: Open database read-only to synchronize the control file with the database dictionary to fix the control file.
ORA-38871: cannot enable flashback before open resetlogs after incomplete recovery.
Cause: To enable flashback on a primary database, the database must be clean without requiring open resetlogs.
Action: Open resetlogs first and then enable flashback database.
ORA-38900: missing mandatory column "string" of error log table "string"
Cause: Mandatory column of error logging table is not present
Action: Add the named column to the error logging table. Consult ORACLE documentation for the correct data type.
ORA-38901: column "string" of table "string" must be one of the first "number" columns
Cause: Mandatory information column of error logging table is present, but must be at the beginning of the row.
Action: Create the error logging table correctly. Consult ORACLE documentation for the correct format of an error logging table.
ORA-38902: errors in array insert exceed string
Cause: The operation failed because the array INSERT had more errors than can be stored internally for BATCH ERRORs.
Action: Do not use BATCH ERROR mode when array INSERT has more error rows than the number specified in the error.
ORA-38903: DML error logging is not supported for abstract column "string"
Cause: A DML Error Logging operation was attempted on a table which has an ADT, REF, VARRAY, or nested table column type, and the error logging table referred to the specified column.
Action: Either do not use DML Error Logging on such a table or remove the offending column from the error logging table. The scalar columns can be logged, but not abstract column types.
ORA-38904: DML error logging is not supported for LOB column "string"
Cause: A DML Error Logging operation was attempted on a table which has a CLOB, NCLOB, or BLOB column type, and the error logging table referred to the specified column.
Action: Either do not use DML Error Logging on such table or remove the offending column from the error logging table. The scalar columns can be logged, but not LOB column types.
ORA-38905: DML error logging is not supported for LONG column "string"
Cause: A DML Error Logging operation was attempted on a table which has a LONG, or LONG RAW column type, and the error logging table referred to the specified column.
Action: Either do not use DML Error Logging on such a table or remove the offending column from the error logging table. The scalar columns can be logged, but not long column types.
ORA-38906: insert into DML Error Logging table "string" failed
Cause: An error occurred when attempting to log a DML Error on behalf of the DML Error logging clause. This may be intended if a trigger is defined on the error table (which in turn errors out in certain cases).
Action: Determine root cause of error (in error stack).
ORA-38907: DML error logging is not supported for FILE column "string"
Cause: A DML Error Logging operation was attempted on a table which has a BFILE column and the Error Logging table referred to the specified column.
Action: Either don't use DML Error Logging on such table or remove the offending column from the error logging table. The scalar columns can be logged, but not BFILE column types.
ORA-38908: internal error occurred during DML Error Logging
Cause: An unexpected error occurred while executing recursive SQL to insert a row into the DML Error Logging table.
Action: Report this error to Oracle Support.
ORA-38909: DML Error logging is not supported with BATCH ERROR mode
Cause: A DML Error Logging operation was attempted on a table which has BATCH ERROR mode also specified.
Action: Refrain from using both DML Error Logging and BATCH ERROR mode on the same table.
ORA-38910: BATCH ERROR mode is not supported for this operation
Cause: BATCH ERROR mode specified for this operation.
Action: Refrain from using BATCH ERROR mode with this operation. ///////////////// Cross Platform Tablespace Error numbers 38950 to 38999 are reserved for Cross platform tablespace /////////////////
ORA-38950: Source platform string not cross platform compliant
Cause: Cross platform transport was not allowed for this platform.
Action: For a list of supported platforms, query fixed view SYS.V$TRANSPORTABLE_PLATFORM.
ORA-38951: Target platform string not cross platform compliant
Cause: Cross platform transport was not allowed for this platform.
Action: None
ORA-38952: Source database not 10.0.0.0 compatible
Cause: Cross platform transport is not supported unless database compatibility is advanced to 10.0.0.0 or higher
Action: Use the compatible parameter to advance source database compatibility and redo the transport
ORA-38954: Cross platform transport is not supported between source platform identifier string and target platform identifier string
Cause: The platform identifier in the transported file indicated that the datafile format was different than the target database datafile format.
Action: For a list of supported platforms, query fixed view SYS.V$TRANSPORTABLE_PLATFORM. If both platforms are present, Contact Oracle support
ORA-38955: Source platform string not cross platform compliant
Cause: The platform identifier in the transported file indicated that this platform is not supported for a cross platform transport.
Action: For a list of supported platforms, query fixed view SYS.V$TRANSPORTABLE_PLATFORM.
ORA-38956: Target platform string not cross platform compliant
Cause: Cross platform transport was not allowed for this platform.
Action: For a list of supported platforms, query fixed view SYS.V$TRANSPORTABLE_PLATFORM.
ORA-38958: Source platform string is in different byte order than target platform string
Cause: Probably a conversion was not done before the import phase of the transport.
Action: Use RMAN CONVERT functionality to convert endian ordering.
ORA-38959: Failed to update block 0 to new version 10 format
Cause: An attempt was made to update block 0 to version 10 format.
Action: check additional error messages and contact Oracle Support Services.
ORA-39000: bad dump file specification
Cause: The user specified a dump file that could not be used in the current job. Subsequent error messages describe the inadequacies of the dump file.
Action: Specify a dump file that is usable for the job.
ORA-39001: invalid argument value
Cause: The user specified API parameters were of the wrong type or value range. Subsequent messages supplied by DBMS_DATAPUMP.GET_STATUS will further describe the error.
Action: Correct the bad argument and retry the API.
ORA-39002: invalid operation
Cause: The current API cannot be executed because of inconsistencies between the API and the current definition of the job. Subsequent messages supplied by DBMS_DATAPUMP.GET_STATUS will further describe the error.
Action: Modify the API call to be consistent with the current job or redefine the job in a manner that will support the specified API.
ORA-39003: unable to get count of total workers alive
Cause: Attempt to get count of total worker processes alive failed.
Action: Check the additional error messages to see what caused the failure. Correct the error, if possible, and try the operation again. If this error occurs from a Data Pump client (e.g. expdp or impdp), try the operation again. If the error occurs again, contact Oracle Customer Support and report the error.
ORA-39004: invalid state
Cause: The state of the job precludes the execution of the API.
Action: Rerun the job to specify the API when the job is an appropriate state.
ORA-39005: inconsistent arguments
Cause: The current API cannot be executed because of inconsistencies between arguments of the API call. Subsequent messages supplied by DBMS_DATAPUMP.GET_STATUS will further describe the error.
Action: Modify the API call to be consistent with itself.
ORA-39006: internal error
Cause: An unexpected error occurred while processing a Data Pump job. Subsequent messages supplied by DBMS_DATAPUMP.GET_STATUS will further describe the error.
Action: Contact Oracle Customer Support.
ORA-39012: Client detached before the job started.
Cause: The client detached or ended their session before the Data Pump job was started.
Action: Create new job and remain attached to the job until it is started.
ORA-39013: Remapping the SYSTEM schema is not supported.
Cause: A remap_schema transform with the SYSTEM schema was specified.
Action: Retry the import command without remapping the SYSTEM schema.
ORA-39014: One or more workers have prematurely exited.
Cause: One or more of the worker processes exited before the job was completed. With no workers, the master process will terminate the job.
Action: Rerun the job. If problem persists, contact Oracle Customer Support.
ORA-39015: job is not running
Cause: An API was executed that required the job to be running, but the job was not active.
Action: Retry the API. If problem persists, contact Oracle Customer Support.
ORA-39016: Operation not supported when job is in string state.
Cause: The state of the job precludes the execution of the API.
Action: Rerun the job to specify the API when the job is an appropriate state.
ORA-39017: Worker request not supported when job is in string state.
Cause: The state of the job precludes the execution of a worker request. This is an internal error.
Action: Contact Oracle Customer Support.
ORA-39018: master process received invalid message number string
Cause: Internal Error
Action: Contact Oracle Customer Support.
ORA-39019: invalid operation type string
Cause: User specified an invalid operation name on an DBMS_DATAPUMP.OPEN API or an invalid operation name was specified in the master table for a restart API.
Action: Correct the operation name and recreate the job.
ORA-39020: invalid mode type string
Cause: User specified an invalid mode on an DBMS_DATAPUMP.OPEN API or an invalid mode was specified in the master table for a restart API.
Action: Correct the mode and recreate the job.
ORA-39021: Database compatibility version string is not supported.
Cause: User selected COMPATIBLE as the version on an DBMS_DATAPUMP.OPEN API, but the current database compatibility version is not supported by the Data Pump API. Database versions before 9.2 are not supported by the Data Pump.
Action: Specify a supported version and recreate the job.
ORA-39022: Database version string is not supported.
Cause: User selected LATEST as the version on an DBMS_DATAPUMP.OPEN API, but the current database version is not supported by the Data Pump API. Database versions before 9.2 are not supported by the Data Pump.
Action: Specify a supported version and recreate the job.
ORA-39023: Version string is not supported.
Cause: User specified an explicit version on an DBMS_DATAPUMP.OPEN API, but the current database version is not supported by the Data Pump API. Database versions before 9.2 are not supported by the Data Pump.
Action: Specify a supported version and recreate the job.
ORA-39024: wrong schema specified for job
Cause: Internal error caused by the master process finding inconsistencies between the schemas specified for the job.
Action: Contact Oracle Customer Support.
ORA-39025: jobs of type string are not restartable
Cause: Attempt to restart a job which was not restartable.
Action: Recreate the job via the open API.
ORA-39026: master table is inconsistent on validation string
Cause: Job cannot be restarted because it failed a validation check. Validation checks are of the form -xx.y where -xx is the value of the PROCESS_ORDER column in the master table where the error was detected and y is the actual validity check for the row.
Action: Recreate the job. If master table has not been modified, but problem persists, contact Oracle Customer Support.
ORA-39027: wrong version of master table
Cause: Job cannot be restarted because the version of the database upon which the job started is different than the current version of the database and the format of the master table has changed between the versions.
Action: Recreate the job.
ORA-39028: cannot restart job from string state
Cause: The job was not in a suitable state for restart. Jobs must begin executing before they can be restarted.
Action: Recreate the job.
ORA-39029: worker string with process name "string" prematurely terminated
Cause: The specified worker process terminated unexpectedly. Subsequent messages describe the reason for the termination.
Action: In many cases, the Data Pump will attempt to automatically restart the worker. If problem persists, contact Oracle Customer Support.
ORA-39030: invalid file type string
Cause: An invalid filetype was specified for an DBMS_DATAPUMP.ADD_FILE API call.
Action: Correct the filetype parameter and reissue the API request.
ORA-39031: invalid filter name string
Cause: An invalid filter name was specified on a DBMS_DATAPUMP.DATA_FILTER
Action: Correct the filter name parameter and reissue the API request.
ORA-39032: function string is not supported in string jobs
Cause: The specified API is not supported for the specified class of jobs.
Action: Recreate the job with the appropriate mode or operation type.
ORA-39033: Data cannot be filtered under the direct path access method.
Cause: The user specified that the data access method for the job was direct which precludes the use of certain data filters.
Action: Use the SUBQUERY or the SAMPLE data filter with the automatic data access method.
ORA-39034: Table string does not exist.
Cause: The user referenced a table in an API that did not exist.
Action: Correct table name and retry API.
ORA-39035: Data filter string has already been specified.
Cause: The user has already specified a data filter that matches on the filter name, schema name, and table.
Action: Specify a different data filter.
ORA-39036: invalid metadata filter name string
Cause: An invalid metadata filter name was specified on a DBMS_DATAPUMP.METADATA_FILTER API call.
Action: Correct the metadata filter name parameter and reissue the API request.
ORA-39037: Object type path not supported for string metadata filter.
Cause: An object type path was specified for the filter, but the filter does not support the object type path parameter.
Action: Remove the object type path parameter.
ORA-39038: Object path "string" is not supported for string jobs.
Cause: The specified object type path is invalid for the job mode.
Action: Correct the object type path.
ORA-39039: Schema expression "string" contains no valid schemas.
Cause: The specified SCHEMA_EXPR filter resulted in no schemas being selected.
Action: Correct the the SCHEMA_EXPR filter specification.
ORA-39040: Schema expression "string" must identify exactly one schema.
Cause: For TABLE mode jobs, the SCHEMA_EXPR filter must identify exactly one schema.
Action: Correct the the SCHEMA_EXPR filter specification.
ORA-39041: Filter "string" either identifies all object types or no object types.
Cause: A Metadata filter specifying path names either returned all objects or no objects in the job.
Action: Correct the the metadata filter specification.
ORA-39042: invalid transform name string
Cause: An invalid transform name was specified on a DBMS_DATAPUMP.METADATA_TRANSFORM API call.
Action: Correct the transform name parameter and reissue the API request.
ORA-39043: Object type string is not supported for string.
Cause: The specified object type is invalid for the specified transform or remap.
Action: Correct the object type.
ORA-39044: Metadata transform string has already been specified.
Cause: The user has already specified the metadata transform for the same class of object types.
Action: Specify a different object_type for the transform.
ORA-39045: invalid metadata remap name string
Cause: An invalid metadata remap name was specified on a DBMS_DATAPUMP.METADATA_REMAP API call.
Action: Correct the metadata remap name parameter and reissue the API request.
ORA-39046: Metadata remap string has already been specified.
Cause: The user has already specified a metadata remap that matches on the remap name and original value.
Action: Specify a different original value.
ORA-39047: Jobs of type string cannot use multiple execution streams.
Cause: The user specified a value of parallelism that is precluded by the operation type or mode of the job.
Action: Specify only a parallelism of 1 for this type of job.
ORA-39048: Unable to start all workers; only string worker(s) available.
Cause: The full degree of parallelism could not be honored due process limits, resource limits, or other internal errors.
Action: Increase process/resource limits for the job.
ORA-39049: invalid parameter name string
Cause: An invalid parameter name was specified on a DBMS_DATAPUMP.SET_PARAMETER API call.
Action: Correct the parameter name and reissue the API request.
ORA-39050: parameter string is incompatible with parameter string
Cause: Two parameters were set that were incompatible with each other. Only the first parameter setting will be used.
Action: Decide which parameter is to be used and stick to it.
ORA-39051: parameter string specified multiple times
Cause: The user has already specified a parameter that matches on the name and the specific parameter doesn't support duplicate definitions.
Action: Specify non-repeatable parameters only once.
ORA-39052: cannot specify SKIP_CURRENT on initial start of a job.
Cause: The user has already specified SKIP_CURRENT for a job that has never executed.
Action: Only specify SKIP_CURRENT when restarting a job.
ORA-39053: parameter or attribute string must be defined for a string job
Cause: The job being defined cannot be started because it is missing the specified definition.
Action: Specify the omitted parameter or attribute before starting the job.
ORA-39054: missing or invalid definition of the SQL output file.
Cause: The job being defined cannot be started because it is missing the file to receive the SQL output of the job or the definition is unusable.
Action: Specify a valid directory name and file name for the SQL file.
ORA-39055: The string feature is not supported in version string.
Cause: The user attempted to use a feature that was not enabled in the database version specified for the current job. Typically, this error occurs if the compatibility level of the database is below the current version of the database or if the user explicitly specifies a version for a Data Pump job.
Action: Specify the current database version as a version parameter for the the job.
ORA-39056: invalid log file specification.
Cause: The log file for the job was incorrectly specified.
Action: Specify a valid directory name and file name for the log file.
ORA-39057: invalid worker request string for string jobs.
Cause: The worker process sent a message that wasn't supported for the current job.
Action: Internal error -- contact Oracle Customer Support and report the error.
ORA-39058: current object skipped: string of type string
Cause: The user specified SKIP_CURRENT when restarting a job. This message is a confirmation that the object will not be imported.
Action: User must manually define the object in the target database.
ORA-39059: dump file set is incomplete
Cause: An IMPORT or SQL_FILE operation was being performed but not all of the files from the EXPORT dump file set were included.
Action: Check the export log file and make sure all of the files that were exported are included in the current job.
ORA-39060: table(s) dropped because of conflict with master table
Cause: A table specified by a job was not included because its definition would collide with the master table definition for the current job.
Action: After the job completes. Import the conflicting tables using a unique job name to avoid conflicts with normal user tables.
ORA-39061: import mode string conflicts with export mode string
Cause: The mode used for import cannot be used with a dump file set of specified mode. Transportable jobs are not compatible with other modes.
Action: Perform the import using a mode compatible with the export.
ORA-39062: error creating master process string
Cause: An attempt to create the listed master process failed.
Action: Refer to any following error messages for possible actions. Check the trace log for the failed process to see if there is any information about the failure. Correct the error, if possible, and try the operation again. If the error occurs again, contact Oracle Customer Support and report the error.
ORA-39064: unable to write to the log file
Cause: Errors were detecting while writing to the log file. Subsequent messages will detail the problems.
Action: Fix the problems outlined in the secondary messages.
ORA-39065: unexpected master process exception in string
Cause: An unhandled exception was detected internally within the master control process for the Data Pump job. This is an internal error. messages will detail the problems.
Action: If problem persists, contact Oracle Customer Support.
ORA-39067: Unable to close the log file.
Cause: Errors were detecting while closing the log file. Subsequent messages will detail the problems.
Action: Fix the problems outlined in the secondary messages.
ORA-39068: invalid master table data in row with PROCESS_ORDER=string
Cause: A corruption was detected in the master table in the specified row(s). Either the row wasn't found, it was missing columns or had illegal values in its columns.
Action: Rerun the job with an uncorrupted master table.
ORA-39070: Unable to open the log file.
Cause: Errors were detecting while opening the log file. Subsequent messages will detail the problems.
Action: Fix the problems outlined in the secondary messages.
ORA-39071: Value for string is badly formed.
Cause: The value of the user specified filter did not contain a legitimate SQL clause. Subsequent messages will detail the problems.
Action: Fix the problems outlined in the secondary messages.
ORA-39076: cannot delete job string for user string
Cause: Unable to delete a job. Refer to the any following or prior error messages for clarification.
Action: Eliminate the problems indicated.
ORA-39077: unable to subscribe agent string to queue "string"
Cause: The Data Pump's communication layer was unable to attach one of its processes to the control or status queue. Subsequent messages will detail the problem.
Action: Fix the problem if possible, or contact Oracle Customer Support.
ORA-39078: unable to dequeue message for agent string from queue "string"
Cause: The Data Pump's communication layer was unable to retrieve a message from the control or status queue. Subsequent messages will detail the problem.
Action: Fix the problem if possible, or contact Oracle Customer Support.
ORA-39079: unable to enqueue message string
Cause: The Data Pump's communication layer was unable to send the specified message on the control or status queue. Subsequent messages will detail the problem.
Action: Fix the problem if possible, or contact Oracle Customer Support.
ORA-39080: failed to create queues "string" and "string" for Data Pump job
Cause: The Data Pump's communication layer was unable to create the status and control queues required for interprocess communication. Subsequent messages will detail the problem.
Action: Fix the problem if possible, or contact Oracle Support.
ORA-39081: failed to unsubscribe agent string from queue "string"
Cause: The Data Pump's communication layer was unable to unsubscribe a process from the control or status queue. Subsequent messages will detail the problem.
Action: Fix the problem if possible, or contact Oracle Customer Support.
ORA-39082: Object type string created with compilation warnings
Cause: The object in the SQL statement following this error was created with compilation errors. If this error occurred for a view, it is possible that the base table of the view was missing.
Action: This is a warning. The object may have to be recompiled before being used.
ORA-39083: Object type string failed to create with error: string Failing sql is: string
Cause: Examine original error code to determine actual cause
Action: Original error code will contain more information
ORA-39084: cannot detach job string for user string
Cause: Unable to detach a job from the session. Refer to any following error messages for clarification.
Action: Eliminate the problems indicated.
ORA-39085: cannot update job string for user string
Cause: Unable to update the fixed table information for a job. Refer to any following or prior error messages for clarification.
Action: Eliminate the problems indicated.
ORA-39086: cannot retrieve job information
Cause: Unable to retrieve fixed table information for a job. Refer to the secondary error messages that follow this one for clarification.
Action: Eliminate the problems indicated by the secondary errors.
ORA-39087: directory name string is invalid
Cause: A corresponding directory object does not exist.
Action: Correct the directory object parameter, or create a corresponding directory object with the CREATE DIRECTORY command.
ORA-39088: file name cannot contain a path specification
Cause: The name of a dump file, log file, or sql file contains a path specification.
Action: Use the name of a directory object to indicate where the file should be stored.
ORA-39090: Cannot add devices to file oriented job.
Cause: Attempt to add a device to a job that already contains more than one disk file.
Action: Only specify one file for jobs that contain sequential devices.
ORA-39091: unable to determine logical standby and streams status
Cause: An error occurred when determining if the Data Pump job needed to support logical standby or streams.
Action: The subsequent message describes the error that was detected. Correct the specified problem and restart the job.
ORA-39092: unable to set SCN metadata for object "string.string" of type string
Cause: An error occurred when applying a SCN to the specified object to support logical standby or streams.
Action: The subsequent message describes the error that was detected. Correct the specified problem and restart the job.
ORA-39093: FLASHBACK automatically enabled to preserve database integrity.
Cause: A Data Pump job was required to enable flashback support to specific SCNs in order to preserve the consistency of a logical standby or streams instantiation.
Action: None
ORA-39094: Parallel execution not supported in this database edition.
Cause: Parallel execution of Data Pump jobs is not supported for this database edition.
Action: Specify a parallelism of 1 for jobs not running on Enterprise Edition databases.
ORA-39095: Dump file space has been exhausted: Unable to allocate string bytes
Cause: The Export job ran out of dump file space before the job was completed.
Action: Reattach to the job and add additional dump files to the job restarting the job.
ORA-39096: invalid input value string for parameter string
Cause: A NULL or invalid value was supplied for the parameter.
Action: Correct the input value and try the call again.
ORA-39097: Data Pump job encountered unexpected error string
Cause: An unexpected, potentially non-fatal error occurred while processing a Data Pump job.
Action: Contact Oracle Customer Support.
ORA-39098: Worker process received data objects while loading metadata. Invalid process order range is string..string
Cause: This is an internal error. Messages will detail the problem.
Action: If problem persists, contact Oracle Customer Support.
ORA-39099: cannot create index for "string" on master table string
Cause: One or more indexes couldn't be created on the master table. subsequent error messages describe the failure.
Action: Correct the condition that is preventing the indexes from being created.
ORA-39102: Timeout before master process string finished initialization. Master error:
Cause: The master process whose name is listed started up but did not finish its initialization within the allowed time limit.
Action: Refer to any following error messages for possible actions. Also, check the trace log for the failed process, if one was created, to see if there is any additional information about the failure. Correct the error, if possible, and try the operation again. If the error occurs again, contact Oracle Customer Support and report the error.
ORA-39103: Timeout before worker process string finished initialization. Worker error:
Cause: The worker process whose name is listed started up but did not finish its initialization within the allowed time limit.
Action: Refer to any following error messages for possible actions. Also, check the trace log for the failed process, if one was created, to see if there is any additional information about the failure. Correct the error, if possible, and try the operation again. If the error occurs again, contact Oracle Customer Support and report the error.
ORA-39104: cannot call this function from a SQL parallel query slave process
Cause: Called a Data Pump process model function from a process which is a SQL parallel query slave process
Action: A SQL parallel query slave process cannot create a Data Pump master process. This is not supported. If this error occurs from a Data Pump client (for example, expdp or impdp), contact Oracle Customer Support and report the error.
ORA-39105: Master process string failed during startup. Master error:
Cause: The master process whose name is listed failed during startup.
Action: Refer to any following error messages for possible actions. Also, check the trace log for the failed process, if one was created, to see if there is any additional information about the failure. Correct the error, if possible, and try the operation again. If the error occurs again, contact Oracle Customer Support and report the error.
ORA-39106: Worker process string failed during startup. Worker error:
Cause: The worker process whose name is listed failed during startup.
Action: Refer to any following error messages for possible actions. Also, check the trace log for the failed process, if one was created, to see if there is any additional information about the failure. Correct the error, if possible, and try the operation again. If the error occurs again, contact Oracle Customer Support and report the error.
ORA-39107: Master process string violated startup protocol. Master error:
Cause: The master process whose name is listed started up but then exited before notifying the creating process that it was finished with initialization.
Action: Refer to any following error messages for possible actions. Also, check the trace log for the failed process, if one was created, to see if there is any additional information about the failure. Correct the error, if possible, and try the operation again. If the error occurs again, contact Oracle Customer Support and report the error.
ORA-39108: Worker process string violated startup protocol. Worker error:
Cause: The worker process whose name is listed started up but then exited before notifying the creating process that it was finished with initialization.
Action: Refer to any following error messages for possible actions. Also, check the trace log for the failed process, if one was created, to see if there is any additional information about the failure. Correct the error, if possible, and try the operation again. If the error occurs again, contact Oracle Customer Support and report the error.
ORA-39109: Unprivileged users may not operate upon other users' schemas
Cause: An unprivileged user attempted to reference another user's schema during a Data Pump operation. Because of this, no schemas were were selected for the job.
Action: Retry the operation under a username owning the schema.
ORA-39110: error deleting worker processes
Cause: An attempt to delete the worker processes failed.
Action: Refer to any following error messages for possible actions. Correct the error, if possible, and try the operation again. If the error occurs again, contact Oracle Customer Support and report the error.
ORA-39111: Dependent object type string skipped, base object type string already exists
Cause: During a Data Pump import job, a dependent object is being skipped because its base object already existed.
Action: If the object from the dump file is wanted, drop the base and dependent objects and try to import again using desired filters.
ORA-39112: Dependent object type string skipped, base object type string creation failed
Cause: During a Data Pump import job, a dependent object is being skipped because its base object creation failed.
Action: If the object from the dump file is wanted, drop the base and dependent objects and try to import again using desired filters
ORA-39113: Unable to determine database version
Cause: The Data Pump was unable to determine the compatibility level and version of the current database using SYS.DBMS_UTILITY.DB_VERSION.
Action: Make sure access to the DBMS_UTILITY package is granted to you. If this is a network job, be sure that access to the DBMS_UTILITY package is granted to you on the remote instance.
ORA-39114: Dump files are not supported for network jobs.
Cause: An attempt was made to add a dumpfile to an Import job that is using a network link to the source database.
Action: Do not specify a dumpfile for jobs that do not require dumpfiles.
ORA-39115: string is not supported over a network link
Cause: An attempt was made to use an option that is not supported over network links such as the PARTITION_LIST filter.
Action: Do not attempt to use Data Pump features on network jobs if they are not compatible with jobs over the network.
ORA-39116: invalid trigger operation on mutating table string.string
Cause: A Data Pump load operation failed because a trigger attempted to fire on the table while it was mutating.
Action: Disable trigger(s) on the specified table. Also see ORA-004091.
ORA-39117: Type needed to create table is not included in this operation. Failing sql is: string
Cause: A create table was attempted and a dependent type does not exist in the dumpfile or on the target database. Either the export or the import Data Pump job was a table mode job and types are not included in table mode jobs.
Action: Determine which type(s) are missing and create them on the target system and run the Data Pump import job again.
ORA-39119: worker process interrupt for delete worker processes call by master process
Cause: The master process that created this worker process called delete worker processes to abort the current operation.
Action: No action is necessary. This is an informational error message.
ORA-39120: Table string can't be truncated, data will be skipped. Failing error is: string
Cause: Table data was about to be loaded into a table that already existed and the table_exists_action parameter is truncate, but the table could not be truncated.
Action: Determine actual cause by looking at base error.
ORA-39121: Table string can't be replaced, data will be skipped. Failing error is: string
Cause: Table data was about to be loaded into a table that already existed and the table_exists_action parameter is replace, but the table could not be dropped.
Action: Determine actual cause by looking at base error.
ORA-39122: Unprivileged users may not perform string remappings.
Cause: A user attempted to remap objects during an import but lacked the IMPORT_FULL_DATABASE privilege.
Action: Retry the job from a schema that owns the IMPORT_FULL_DATABASE privilege.
ORA-39123: Data Pump transportable tablespace job aborted string
Cause: A DBMS_PLUGTS procedure failed and the Data Pump operation could not continue so it was aborted. The DBMS_PLUGTS failure listed describes the original error.
Action: Look at the DBMS_PLUGTS error to determine actual cause.
ORA-39124: dump file name "string" contains an invalid substitution variable
Cause: The substitution variable '%' must be followed by '%','u', or 'U'.
Action: Correct the substitution variable in the dump file name and re-enter the command.
ORA-39125: Worker unexpected fatal error in string while calling string [string]
Cause: An unhandled exception was detected internally within the worker process for the Data Pump job while calling the specified external routine. This is an internal error. Additional information may be supplied.
Action: If problem persists, contact Oracle Customer Support.
ORA-39126: Worker unexpected fatal error in string [string] string
Cause: An unhandled exception was detected internally within the worker process for the Data Pump job. This is an internal error. Additional information may be supplied.
Action: If problem persists, contact Oracle Customer Support.
ORA-39127: unexpected error from call to string string
Cause: The exception was raised by the function invocation, a procedural action extension of export.
Action: Record the accompanying messages and report this as a Data Pump internal error to customer support.
ORA-39128: unexpected DbmsJava error number from statement string
Cause: The error was returned from a call to a DbmsJava procedure.
Action: Record the accompanying messages and report this as a Data Pump internal error to customer support.
ORA-39129: Object type string not imported. Name conflicts with the master table
Cause: The table being imported from the remote instance has the same name as the master table running this Data Pump job.
Action: Rerun the Data Pump job with a nonconflicting name.
ORA-39130: Object type string not imported. Base object name conflicts with the master table
Cause: The object being imported from the remote instance is dependent on an object that has the same name as the master table running this Data Pump job.
Action: Rerun the Data Pump job with a nonconflicting name.
ORA-39132: object type "string"."string" already exists with different hashcode
Cause: An object type could not be created because there was already a type with the same name but a different hashcode on the target system. Tables in the transportable tablespace set that use this object type cannot be read.
Action: Drop the object type from the target system and retry the operation.
ORA-39133: object type "string"."string" already exists with different typeid
Cause: An object type in a transportable tablespace set already exists on the target system, but with a different typeid. The typeid could not be changed because the type is used by an existing table. Tables in the transportable tablespace set that use this object type cannot be read.
Action: Drop the object type from the target system and retry the operation.
ORA-39134: Cannot include "string" tablespace as a Transportable Tablespace
Cause: The user attempt to specify the SYSAUX or SYSTEM tablespace as a member of the transportable tablespace list in the current job. These tablespaces may not be transported between databases.
Action: Specify different tablespaces to be transported.
ORA-39135: File "string" is already a member of this dump set
Cause: An attempt was made to add a new file to an export job but a file with the same name already exists in the dump set for the job.
Action: Reenter the new file information using a different file name.
ORA-39136: cannot specify an SCN on a transportable job
Cause: A target SCN was specified for a table in a transportable job by the streams or logical standy components which was not the defaulted SCN for the table.
Action: This is an internal error. Please report it to Oracle support.
ORA-39137: cannot specify a TABLE_EXISTS_ACTION of string for a job with no metadata
Cause: A job was defined with the TABLE_EXISTS_ACTION parameter set to REPLACE or SKIP, but without metadata. Without metadata, data could not be loaded for the requested table actions.
Action: Change the setting of the TABLE_EXISTS_ACTION parameter to APPEND or TRUNCATE or supply Metadata with the data.
ORA-39138: Insufficient privileges to load data not in your schema
Cause: An unprivileged user attempted to load data into a different schema.
Action: Use a privileged account if you must load data not in your schema
ORA-39139: Data Pump does not support XMLType objects in version string. string will be skipped.
Cause: Object had an XMLType column using either an object relational or binary storage format, which is unsupported by Data Pump in the target version.
Action: Use the original export and import utilities to move this object.
ORA-39140: dump file "string" belongs to job string
Cause: When a dump file set consists of multiple files, all files in the set must be specified for an import operation, and all files must have been produced by the same export job. One of the files provided does not belong to the original dump file set. For instance, it was created by a different export job than the other files.
Action: Remove the dump file indicated in the message and retry the import operation providing only the complete set of dump files created by a specific export job.
ORA-39141: dump file "string" is a duplicate of dump file "string"
Cause: When a dump file set consists of multiple files, all files in the set must be specified for an import operation. One of the files provided to import was found to be a duplicate of another dump file in the set. This can occur if the files in the dump set were copied or renamed using operating system utilities and the same dump file was inadvertently copied more than once with different destination names.
Action: Remove the dump file indicated in the message and retry the import operation providing only the complete set of dump files created by a specific export job.
ORA-39142: incompatible version number string in dump file "string"
Cause: A dump file was specified for an import operation whose version number is incompatible with the dump file version of the Data Pump product currently running on the system. Usually this message indicates that the dump file was produced by a newer version of the Data Pump export utility.
Action: Import this dump file using the Data Pump import utility with the same version as the export which created the file.
ORA-39143: dump file "string" may be an original export dump file
Cause: A dump file was specified for an import operation which appears to have been created using the original export utility. These dump files cannot be processed by the Data Pump import utility.
Action: Try using the original import utility to process this dump file.
ORA-39144: file name parameter must be specified and non-null
Cause: No file name was provided in an DBMS_DATAPUMP.ADD_FILE API call.
Action: Correct the file name parameter and reissue the API request.
ORA-39145: directory object parameter must be specified and non-null
Cause: No directory object was provided in either an DBMS_DATAPUMP.ADD_FILE API call or to the directory parameter used by the Data Pump command line clients.
Action: Correct the directory object parameter and retry the operation.
ORA-39146: schema "string" does not exist
Cause: The specified schema was referenced as the source of a REMAP_SCHEMA parameter, but did not exist in the dump file (for
Action: Specify the correct name of the schema to be remapped.
ORA-39147: cannot migrate Data Pump queue table ownership to this instance
Cause: There are active Data Pump jobs running on another instance in a RAC. All concurrent, active Data Pump jobs must be run on the same instance.
Action: Start this job on the same instance where other active Data Pump jobs are running, or wait until they finish.
ORA-39148: unable to import data into pre-existing queue table string. Table_exists_action of string being ignored for this table
Cause: A Data Pump import detected that a queue table that was to be imported already exists. Importing data into pre-existing queue tables is not supported.
Action: If the data from the dump file is desired, then drop the queue table and perform the import again, or use the import parameter table_exists_action=replace.
ORA-39149: cannot link privileged user to non-privileged user
Cause: A Data Pump job initiated be a user with EXPORT_FULL_DATABASE/IMPORT_FULL_DATABASE roles specified a network link that did not correspond to a user with equivalent roles on the remote database.
Action: Specify a network link that maps users to identically privileged users in the remote database.
ORA-39150: bad flashback time
Cause: A flashback time was specified for the Data Pump job which either could not be parsed or else could not be translated into a system change number (SCN). This typically occurs when
Action: Specify an explicit SCN for the desired flashback rather than a time.
ORA-39154: Objects from foreign schemas have been removed from import
Cause: An non-privileged user attempted to import objects into a schema other than their own.
Action: Either perform the import from a privileged schema or else remap all schemas that were exported into the username running the import.
ORA-39155: error expanding dump file name "string"
Cause: Export was unable to expand the directory object and dump file name into a full file name. Subsequent messages will detail the problems.
Action: Fix the problems outlined in the secondary messages.
ORA-39156: error parsing dump file name "string"
Cause: Export was unable to parse the dump file name. Subsequent messages will detail the problems.
Action: Fix the problems outlined in the secondary messages.
ORA-39157: error appending extension to file "string"
Cause: Export or Import was unable to append the default extension to create the file name. The given file name could be too long or contain illegal characters. Subsequent messages will detail the problems.
Action: Fix the problems outlined in the secondary messages.
ORA-39159: cannot call this function from a non-Data Pump process
Cause: Called a Data Pump process model function from a process which is not a Data Pump process.
Action: Refer to any other error messages for additional information. If this error occurs from a Data Pump client (e.g. expdp or impdp), try the operation again. If the error occurs again, contact Oracle Customer Support and report the error.
ORA-39160: error on whats my name call
Cause: Attempt to get the Data Pump process name failed.
Action: Refer to any following error messages for additional information. If this error occurs from a Data Pump client (e.g. expdp or impdp), try the operation again. If the error occurs again, contact Oracle Customer Support and report the error.
ORA-39161: Full database jobs require privileges
Cause: Either an attempt to perform a full database export without the EXP_FULL_DATABASE role or an attempt to perform a full database import over a network link without the IMP_FULL_DATABASE role.
Action: Retry the operation in a schema that has the required roles.
ORA-39162: Transportable tablespace job require privileges
Cause: User attempted to perform a transportable tablespace job without being having the proper EXP_FULL_DATABASE or IMP_FULL_DATABASE role.
Action: Retry the operation in a schema that has the required roles.
ORA-39163: A sample size of string is invalid.
Cause: An attempt was made to do data sampling on a table with a value outside of the range of 0 - 100.
Action: Retry the filtering using a sampling number greater than 0 and less than 100.
ORA-39164: Partition string was not found.
Cause: If exporting or importing over the network, the user specified a partition name that was not found in the source database. For importing from files, the user specified a partition name not found in the dump file set.
Action: Retry the operation using the correct partition name.
ORA-39165: Schema string was not found.
Cause: If exporting or importing over the network, either the user specified a schema name that was not found in the source database or else the user lacked the proper EXP_FULL_DATABASE or IMP_FULL_DATABASE role that would allow them to access another schema. For importing from files, the user specified a schema name not found in the dump file set.
Action: Retry the operation using the correct schema name.
ORA-39166: Object string was not found.
Cause: If exporting or importing over the network, either the user specified an object name that was not found in the source database or else the user lacked the proper EXP_FULL_DATABASE or IMP_FULL_DATABASE role that would allow them to access the object another in another schema. For importing from files, the user specified an object name not found in the dump file set.
Action: Retry the operation using the correct object name.
ORA-39168: Object path string was not found.
Cause: If exporting or importing over the network, the user specified an object type path name that was not found in the source database. For importing from files, the user specified an object type path name not found in the dump file set.
Action: Retry the operation using the correct object type path name.
ORA-39169: Local version of string cannot work with remote version of string.
Cause: A Data Pump job specified a network link, but the version on the remote database cannot interoperate with the version on the local database.
Action: Do not specify network links between instance running different versions of the database.
ORA-39170: Schema expression string does not correspond to any schemas.
Cause: A schema expression or schema list was supplied for a Data Pump job that did not identify any schemas in the source database.
Action: Correct the schema specifications and retry the job.
ORA-39171: Job is experiencing a resumable wait. string
Cause: The Data Pump job is stalled with one or more of its sessions having a resumable wait. Resumable waits are typically caused by a non-expandable tablespace running out of space. The follow-on message describes the nature of the wait.
Action: Correct the condition causing the wait. This will typically involve adding datafiles to the tablespace that is full.
ORA-39172: Cannot remap transportable tablespace names with compatibility of string.
Cause: The user attempted to remap a tablespace name in a transportable tablespace job when the compatibility level was set below 10.1.
Action: Reset the compatibility level of the database to a more recent version.
ORA-39173: Encrypted data has been stored unencrypted in dump file set.
Cause: No encryption password was specified for an export job that involved data that was encrypted in the database.
Action: No specific user action is required. This is only a warning that secure data may be readable from within the dump file set.
ORA-39174: Encryption password must be supplied.
Cause: No encryption password was supplied to import a dump file set that was created using an encryption password.
Action: Specify the encryption password for the dump file set.
ORA-39175: Encryption password is not needed.
Cause: An encryption password was supplied to import a dump file set that was not created using an encryption password.
Action: No user action is required. This is merely a warning message.
ORA-39176: Encryption password is incorrect.
Cause: The wrong encryption password was supplied to import a dump file set.
Action: Resubmit the job using the correct encryption password for the dump file set.
ORA-39177: invalid compression value string
Cause: An invalid value was specified for compression.
Action: Correct the value and recreate the job.
ORA-39178: cannot perform estimate on metadata only jobs
Cause: An estimate was requested for a job by specifying the ESTIMATE or ESTIMATE_ONLY parameter. However, the job was also defined to have no data. These specifications conflict with each other.
Action: Remove one of the conflicting specifications for the job.
ORA-39179: unable to load table "string"."string" because of OID transform
Cause: The OID transform for the job was set to false and the identified table contained either VARRAYs with non-final types or unscoped REF columns. Both of these column types have embedded OIDs so they
Action: You must manually move the data with the specified tables when OIDs are not preserved.
ORA-39180: unable to encrypt ENCRYPTION_PASSWORD
Cause: The specified encryption password was unable to be encrypted for placement within the master table or decrypted when it was to be restored from the master table. Subsequent messages will describe the actual error that caused the encryption to fail.
Action: Fix the problems referenced by the subsequent messages. The most common reason for the encryption to fail is the lack of a security wallet.
ORA-39181: Only partial table data may be exported due to fine grain access control on string
Cause: An unprivileged user has tried to export a table that has fine grain access control. The table owner is subjected to access control and may not be able to export all rows in the table. Only the rows that can be seen by that user will be exported. In order to preserve integrity of the table, the user importing the table should have enough privilege to recreate the table with the security policies at import time.
Action: It is strongly recommended that the database administrator handle exporting of this table.
ORA-39182: internal error string occurred during compression phase string
Cause: An unexpected error occurred while compressing data buffers.
Action: Contact Oracle Customer Support.
ORA-39183: internal error string ocurred during decompression phase string
Cause: An unexpected error occurred while decompressing data buffers.
Action: Contact Oracle Customer Support.
ORA-39184: Transportable Data Pump jobs cannot exclude PLUGTS objects
Cause: A Transportable Data Pump job requires all PLUGTS% objects, but the user-supplied exclude filters were excluding these objects.
Action: Reenter command without excluding PLUGTS% objects.
ORA-39185: The transportable tablespace failure list is
Cause: Some of the tablespaces specified for this job could not be exported.
Action: See specific errors for each tablespace, correct the problem, and try again.
ORA-39186: No tablespaces in the specified list exist.
Cause: The tablespaces specified on the EXPORT command did not exist.
Action: Check the list of tablespaces and reenter command with correct set of tablespaces.
ORA-39187: The transportable set is not self-contained, violation list is
Cause: The tablespaces specified for this job did not satisfy the closure checking. The list of violations specified each closure violation.
Action: See specific errors for violation and correct the problem or change the tablespaces on the command line and try again.
ORA-39188: unable to encrypt dump file set
Cause: Data Pump could not create an encrypted dump file set. This message will be accompanied by other messages that give more details about why the encrypted dump file set could not be created. The most common reason for this message is that you are trying to create a dump file set that can be transparently decrypted, and the database external security device is not open.
Action: If the external security device is not open, then open it. If the external security device is not configured, then the only type of encrypted dump file set that you can create is a password-based dump file set.
ORA-39189: unable to decrypt dump file set
Cause: The dump file set could not be decrypted. The reason could be either that an invalid password was entered, or that, when using transparent decryption, the database external security device was not open.
Action: If password-based import was enabled for this dump file set, then supply the correct password. If transparent import was enabled for this dump file set, then ensure that the database external security device is open.
ORA-39190: internal error occurred during encryption phase string
Cause: An unexpected error occurred while encrypting data buffers.
Action: See the secondary error for more information and contact Oracle Customer Support.
ORA-39191: internal error ocurred during decryption phase string
Cause: An unexpected error occurred while decrypting data buffers.
Action: See the secondary error for more information and contact Oracle Customer Support.
ORA-39192: table mode jobs with transportable=always and partition filters only allow objects from one table
Cause: Multiple tables are not supported when specifying partitions while using transportable table mode.
Action: Retry the job specifying only one table.
ORA-39200: Link name "string" is invalid.
Cause: The name of the network link supplied for a Data Pump job was not usable. Secondary messages identify the problem.
Action: Rerun the job using a valid network link.
ORA-39201: Dump files are not supported for estimate only jobs.
Cause: An attempt was made to add a dumpfile to an Export job that only requested file estimates.
Action: Do not specify a dumpfile for jobs that do not require dumpfiles.
ORA-39202: Data cannot be filtered or selected in string jobs.
Cause: A data filter was supplied for the specified type of job, but is not supported in the specified job type. From the command line, data filters can be specified by the CONTENT, TABLES (partition specifications), SAMPLE and QUERY parameters.
Action: Do not restrict data handling on jobs that cannot support data filtering.
ORA-39203: Partition selection is not supported over a network link.
Cause: Specific partitions were selected for a job operating over a network link.
Action: Remove the partition specifications and rerun the job.
ORA-39204: No subsetting of tablespaces is allowed for transportable import.
Cause: A tablespace filter was applied to a transportable import job that was not performed over a network link. In this case, the tablespace may not be changed from its specification at export time.
Action: Rerun the job without specifying a tablespace filter.
ORA-39205: Transforms are not supported in transportable jobs.
Cause: A metadata transformation such as STORAGE or SEGMENT_ATTRIBUTES has been specified for a transportable Data Pump job.
Action: Rerun the job without specifying a transform.
ORA-39206: A parallel degree of string is invalid.
Cause: A bad numeric was supplied for specifying the parallelism to be used within a Data Pump job. The degree of parallelism must be an integer great than 0.
Action: The the degree specifying and retry the parallelism setting.
ORA-39207: Value string is invalid for parameter string.
Cause: A parameter for a Data Pump job was set with a NULL or invalid value.
Action: Refer to the documentation to identify the legal values for each parameter. Retry the operation with a valid value.
ORA-39208: Parameter string is invalid for string jobs.
Cause: The a parameter has been specified that is not supported for the specified type of Data Pump.
Action: Remove the parameter specification and retry the operation.
ORA-39209: Parameter string requires privileges.
Cause: Use of the specified privileges requires the user to have the IMP_FULL_DATABASE role for import jobs or the EXP_FULL_DATABASE role for export jobs.
Action: Remove the parameter specification and retry the operation.
ORA-39210: A PCTSPACE adjustment of string is invalid.
Cause: User specified a storage space transformation that was out of range. Values for PCTSPACE must be greater than zero.
Action: Retry the operation with a valid PCTSPACE value.
ORA-39211: unable to retrieve dumpfile information as specified
Cause: User specified an invalid or inaccessible file with the specified filename and directory object.
Action: Retry the operation with a valid directory object and filename.
ORA-39212: installation error: XSL stylesheets not loaded correctly
Cause: The XSL stylesheets used by the Data Pump Metadata API were not loaded correctly into the Oracle dictionary table "sys.metastylesheet." Either the stylesheets were not loaded at all, or they were not converted to the database character set.
Action: Connect AS SYSDBA and execute dbms_metadata_util.load_stylesheets to reload the stylesheets.
ORA-39213: Metadata processing is not available
Cause: The Data Pump could not use the Metadata API. Typically, this is caused by the XSL stylesheets not being set up properly.
Action: Connect AS SYSDBA and execute dbms_metadata_util.load_stylesheets to reload the stylesheets.
ORA-39214: Data Pump does not support external tables with encrypted columns. string will not be exported
Cause: The object is an external table with encrypted columns and this is unsupported with Data Pump.
Action: External table must be manually recreated on the target system.
ORA-39216: object type "string"."string" hashcode mismatch
Cause: An object type in a transportable tablespace set could not be used because there was a type with the same name but a different hashcode (and type definition) on the target system. Tables in the transportable tablespace set that use this object type cannot be created.
Action: Drop the object type and dependent objects from the target system if possible and retry the operation.
ORA-39217: object type "string"."string" typeid mismatch
Cause: An object type in a transportable tablespace set already exists on the target system, but with a different typeid. The typeid could not be changed because the type or a dependent type is used by an existing table. Tables in the transportable tablespace set that use this object be created.
Action: Drop the object type and dependent objects from the target system if possible and retry the operation.
ORA-39218: type check on object type "string"."string" failed
Cause: The type check on a type failed. Therefore, the table create for the table which uses the type also fails.
Action: Refer to any following error messages for additional information. Correct the error, if possible, and try the action again.
ORA-39219: directory object name is too long
Cause: The directory object name provided to the Data Pump Job was invalid because its length was greater than 30 characters.
Action: Retry the operation with a valid directory object name.
ORA-39220: file name is too long
Cause: The file name provided to the Data Pump Job was invalid because its length was greater than 4000 characters.
Action: Retry the operation with a valid file name.
ORA-39221: Specifying data filters is invalid when dumpfiles do not contain table data.
Cause: A data filter was supplied for an import job, but the dumpfile does not contain any table data. The export command created a dumpfile with metadata only. No table data was included. From the command line, data filters can be specified by the CONTENT, SAMPLE and QUERY parameters.
Action: Do not restrict data handling on jobs that cannot support data filtering.
ORA-39222: Unable to create global temporary master table string
Cause: Data Pump tried to create a global temporary master table but could not. The errors that follow describe why the table could not be created.
Action: Examine and fix the problems described in the additional errors.
ORA-39223: Internal Data Pump error. Master table information for version string not found.
Cause: An unexpected error occurred while processing the job. The data in an internal table could not be found.
Action: Contact Oracle Support Services.
ORA-39224: string row(s) were rejected with the following error: string
Cause: These rows were not loaded due to constraint or index violations.
Action: Retry the operation when row data is fixed.
ORA-39228: Unable to construct a unique departitioned object name for string string.string:string when defaulted.
Cause: All (sub)partitions in the job were to be created as individual objects and the renaming was defaulted. The job will attempt to create unique object names, but the name creation algorithm was unable to find a unique object name for the specified (sub)partition.
Action: Specify a rename_table transform to use or delete some of the existing objects causing the name conflicts.
ORA-39230: Service name string is not available
Cause: The specified resource service name for the Data Pump job
Action: Pick a service name that the user is authorized to use.
ORA-39231: invalid data remap name: string
Cause: The specified type of data remapping was not supported.
Action: Only COLUMN_FUNCTION data remaps are supported. Retry the operation using a supported data remap name.
ORA-39232: invalid remap function: string
Cause: The specified package function for performing data remapping was not found.
Action: Either create the specified package function or else grant the user access to the function.
ORA-39233: invalid remap column name: string
Cause: The column name specified for the data remapping does not exist in the specified table.
Action: Specify a scalar column name within the table to be remapped.
ORA-39234: Data cannot be remapped under the direct path access method.
Cause: Data remapping was requested on a job that requires the direct path access method. Data remapping can only be performed using the external table access method.
Action: Retry the job without specifying any access method.
ORA-39235: data remap string has already been specified
Cause: A data remap has already been specified for the indicated column. Only one data remap may be defined for a column.
Action: Remove one of the data remap specifications for the job.
ORA-39237: Failed to load XML document string. Compare process aborted.
Cause: An error occurred while performing XML difference parse.
Action: Resubmit XML compare request with valid document.
ORA-39238: XML node attribute differences are not supported.
Cause: MDAPI XML difference parsing did not support node attributes.
Action: Resubmit XML compare request with valid document.
ORA-39239: No differences found.
Cause: XML documents compared were identical.
Action: No action required.
ORA-39240: Error while processing difference document.
Cause: Error occurred in the MDAPI difference writer.
Action: Refer to any following error messages for additional information. Correct the error, if possible, and try the action again.
ORA-39242: Unable to export/import string due to table attributes.
Cause: See the Data Pump documentation for an explanation of what table attributes prevent an export or import from succeeding.
Action: Resolve conflicting table attributes.
ORA-39243: Import job requires 'TRANSPORT_DATAFILES' parameter.
Cause: The export job used 'TRANSPORTABLE=ALWAYS' and the import job requires TRANSPORT_DATAFILES to be specified.
Action: Specify the transport datafiles associated with this job.
ORA-39500: failed to notify CRS of a Startup/Shutdown event for database "string", instance "string" (ignored)
Cause: The instance was unable to obtain the context or information required to notify the CRS framework.
Action: None Required. The error is ignored.
ORA-39501: failed to notify CRS of a Startup/Shutdown event [string] (ignored)
Cause: The instance was unable to communicate with the CRS framework.
Action: None Required. The error is ignored.
ORA-39502: failed to notify CRS of a Startup/Shutdown event [string] (ignored)
Cause: The instance was unable to create an environment context.
Action: None Required. The error is ignored.
ORA-39503: failed to notify CRS of a Startup/Shutdown event [string] (ignored)
Cause: The instance was unable to populate the environment context.
Action: None Required. The error is ignored.
ORA-39504: failed to notify CRS of a Startup/Shutdown event [string] (ignored)
Cause: The instance was unable to find the location of the alert file.
Action: None Required. The error is ignored.
ORA-39600: Queue keys needs to be a suffix of cluster key.
Cause: Attempt to specify queue key columns that don't form a suffix of the cluster key.
Action: Only specify queue key columns as a suffix of cluster key.
ORA-39601: Hash key is required.
Cause: Missing hash key in the cluster key specification.
Action: Specify one or more hash key columns.
ORA-39700: database must be opened with UPGRADE option
Cause: A normal database open was attempted, but the database has not been upgraded to the current server version.
Action: Use the UPGRADE option when opening the database to run catupgrd.sql (for database upgrade), or to run catalog.sql and catproc.sql (after initial database creation).
ORA-39701: database must be mounted EXCLUSIVE for UPGRADE or DOWNGRADE
Cause: The database was mounted for SHARED cluster access.
Action: Set the CLUSTER_DATABASE initialization parameter to FALSE and restart the server with the UPGRADE or DOWNGRADE option.
ORA-39702: database not open for UPGRADE or DOWNGRADE
Cause: An upgrade, downgrade, reload, or patch script was invoked when the database was not open for UPGRADE or DOWNGRADE.
Action: Use STARTUP UPGRADE to open the database for upgrade or to apply a patch set. Use STARTUP DOWNGRADE for running a downgrade script or the reload script.
ORA-39703: server version and script version do not match
Cause: An upgrade, downgrade, reload, or patch script was invoked, but the database instance version was not the version for which the script was intended.
Action: Check that the correct ORACLE_HOME and ORACLE_SID environment variables are set. Also check that the SQL script is being invoked from the correct ORACLE_HOME.
ORA-39704: permission to modify component registry entry denied
Cause: An attempt was made to modify an entry in the component registry, but the session user was not authorized; only the CONTROL or SCHEMA user for the component are authorized to modify the component registry entry.
Action: Connect as either the CONTROL or SCHEMA user for the component.
ORA-39705: component 'string' not found in registry
Cause: No entry in the component registry was found for the specfied component.
Action: Check the spelling of the component ID and use the DBA_REGISTRY view to list the existing components.
ORA-39706: schema 'string' not found
Cause: The schema name specified was not found in the database.
Action: Create the schema before loading the component.
ORA-39707: compatibile parameter string too high for downgrade to string
Cause: A downgrade was attempted, but the compatible initialization parameter value was greater than the downgrade release version.
Action: Once the compatible value has been raised, downgrade to earlier releases is not supported.
ORA-39708: component 'string' not a string component
Cause: The component was not a component for the specified namespace.
Action: Either enter a valid component identifier for the namespace or set the session namespace to the correct component namespace.
ORA-39709: incomplete component downgrade; string downgrade aborted
Cause: One or more components did not have a status of DOWNGRADED.
Action: Correct the component problem and re-run the downgrade script.
ORA-39710: only connect AS SYSDBA is allowed when OPEN in UPGRADE mode
Cause: An attempt was made to connect to a database when the database was OPEN for UPGRADE or DOWNGRADE.
Action: Try to connect again after the database upgrade or downgrade is complete.
ORA-39711: critical patch number less than last installed CPU number
Cause: A Critical Patch Update (CPU) script was invoked that had a number that was less than the last CPU installed in the database.
Action: Check the DBA_REGISTRY_HISTORY view to identify the last CPU for the database, and install the most recent CPU.
ORA-39712: XE edition server cannot open database
Cause: An attempt was made to open a Standard Edition or Enterprise Edition database with the Express Edition of the server.
Action: Use the Express Edition server only with Express Edition databases.
ORA-39714: upgrade script utlmmig.sql failed
Cause: A normal database open was attempted, but the upgrade script utlmmig.sql failed to complete.
Action: Use the UPGRADE option when opening the database and then run utlmmig.sql.
ORA-39726: unsupported add/drop column operation on compressed tables
Cause: An unsupported add/drop column operation for compressed table was attemped.
Action: When adding a column, do not specify a default value. DROP column is only supported in the form of SET UNUSED column (meta-data drop column).
ORA-39727: COMPATIBLE must be set to 10.0.0.0.0 or higher
Cause: An add/drop column operation for compressed table has been performed on the database. This requires COMPATIBLE to be set to 10.0.0.0.0 or higher during upgrade from 9.2 to a 10i or higher release.
Action: Set COMPATIBLE to 10.0.0.0.0 and retry the upgrade.
ORA-39751: partitioned table on both sides of PARTITIONED OUTER JOIN is not supported
Cause: An attempt was made to partition both sides of PARTITIONED OUTER JOIN.
Action: Specify partitioned table on one side of PARTITIONED OUTER JOIN only.
ORA-39752: redundant column in partitioning and join columns is not allowed
Cause: An attempt was made to specify redundant columns in partitioning and join columns for NATURAL or named column PARTITIONED OUTER JOIN.
Action: Do not specify redundant column in partitioning and join columns.
ORA-39753: unsupported use of subquery in PARTITIONED OUTER JOIN condition
Cause: An attempt was made to use subquery in PARTITIONED OUTER JOIN condition.
Action: Remove subquery from the join condition.
ORA-39754: FULL PARTITIONED OUTER JOIN is not supported
Cause: An attempt was made to use FULL PARTITIONED OUTER JOIN.
Action: Specify FULL PARTITIONED OUTER JOIN through UNION of LEFT and RIGHT PARITTION OUTER JOIN.
ORA-39761: stream reset required before loading this stream again
Cause: An attempt was made to load a stream that was previously loaded but has not been reset yet.
Action: Reset the specified stream and convert column array data to it before attempting to load it again.
ORA-39762: streams must be loaded in conversion order
Cause: An attempt was made to load a stream out of conversion order.
Action: Load streams in the same order they were converted.
ORA-39763: stream must be completely loaded before it is reset
Cause: An attempt was made to reset a stream that contains converted column array data and hasn't been completely loaded yet.
Action: Before resetting a stream, load it until a status of OCI_SUCCESS, OCI_NO_DATA, or OCI_NEED_DATA is returned.
ORA-39764: specified stream is not in the specified direct path context
Cause: A direct path operation was attempted using a stream that was not created in the specfied direct path context.
Action: Only use streams created in the specified direct path context.
ORA-39765: stream must be reset before used in a column array conversion
Cause: The stream was completely loaded, but has not been reset yet.
Action: Reset loaded streams after load returns OCI_SUCCESS, OCI_NO_DATA, or OCI_NEED_DATA. The stream can then be used in a column array to stream conversion.
ORA-39766: invaid stream specified for column array conversion
Cause: A stream must be loaded and reset before used again in a column-array-to-stream conversion. This error is issued if another stream has subsequently been converted before the specified stream has been loaded, or if the latest load of this stream returned OCI_ERROR.
Action: Don't convert into a previous stream before it is loaded. Also, when load stream returns OCI_ERROR, the stream must be loaded again to insure any remaining information in the stream is loaded. The stream must be loaded even if the last or only row was in error. There may be error information in the stream that needs to be sent to the server.
ORA-39767: finish is not allowed when unloaded stream data exists
Cause: A direct path finish was attempted when at least one stream buffer has not been completely loaded.
Action: All streams must be loaded after a column array to stream conversion until load stream returns a status of OCI_SUCCESS or OCI_NO_DATA. The load can then be finished.
ORA-39768: only one direct path context top level column array is allowed
Cause: Attempt to create multiple top level column arrays in a direct path context, when only one is allowed.
Action: Create another direct path context if additional top level column arrays are required.
ORA-39769: finish is not allowed with an incompletely loaded last row
Cause: Part of a row has been loaded, but it is not complete.
Action: Finish loading the current row when load stream returns OCI_ERROR or OCI_NEED_DATA.
ORA-39771: stream must be loaded before its handle is freed
Cause: An attempt was made to free a stream handle after conversion but before the stream was loaded.
Action: Load the stream until OCI_SUCCESS, OCI_NEED_DATA or OCI_NO_DATA is returned before attempting to free the stream handle. If OCI_NEED_DATA is returned, another stream must be loaded to complete last row.
ORA-39772: column array reset disallowed after OCI_CONTINUE or OCI_NEED_DATA
Cause: An attempt was made to reset a column array when a row conversion is still in progress.
Action: Complete the current row before reseting the column array. To ignore the current row when conversion returned OCI_NEED_DATA, set the current column flag to OCI_DIRPATH_COL_ERROR. This should be followed by a conversion, which will undo and ignore the row. The column array(s) can then be reset.
ORA-39773: parse of metadata stream failed
Cause: An unexpected error occured while attempting to parse the metadata // stream for a table being loaded.
Action: Call Oracle support.
ORA-39774: parse of metadata stream failed with the following error: string
Cause: An unexpected error occured while parsing the metadata stream.
Action: See the secondary error for more information.
ORA-39775: direct path API commit not allowed due to previous fatal error
Cause: An attempt was made to commit a Direct Path context after a fatal error.
Action: Correct the error and retry.
ORA-39776: fatal Direct Path API error loading table string
Cause: A fatal error was detected loading the specified or previous table.
Action: Correct the error and retry.
ORA-39777: data saves are not allowed when loading lob columns
Cause: An attempt was made to save data when loading lob columns or columns stored as lobs (such as varrays and xml types).
Action: Do not attempt to do a data save or partial save when loading lob columns. A finish save is allowed.
ORA-39778: the parallel load option is not allowed when loading lob columns
Cause: An attempt was made to load lob columns using the attribute OCI_ATTR_DIRPATH_PARALLEL. This error will also be issued when loading any columns that are stored as lobs (such as varrays and xml types).
Action: Do not use the parallel attribute when loading lob columns.
ORA-39779: type "string"."string" not found or conversion to latest version is not possible
Cause: Unable to import table data using the specified type. The type was nonexistent in the database or the input type could not be converted to the existing type. The reasons why a conversion was not possible are:

1. The version of the type in the database was greater than the version of the type at export time because 1 or more attributes have been added or dropped from the type.

2. If the type existed in the database prior to the import operation, then its internal identifier may not match the internal identifier of the type from the export database. The identifiers must match for an import to succeed.

Action: Ensure the types in the database match those at export time.
ORA-39780: Direct path context operations are not allowed after the context is aborted or finished
Cause: The specified direct path context was aborted or finished.
Action: Do not pass a direct path context that has ended to any direct path functions.
ORA-39781: Direct path stream loads are not allowed after another context loading the same table has ended
Cause: Attempt to load a stream in one context after another loading the same table has ended.
Action: Close all contexts before trying to create another that loads the same table as a previous context in the same session.
ORA-39782: Direct path prepare is not allowed after another context loading the same table has ended
Cause: Direct path prepare called after a context loading the same table has ended.
Action: Close all contexts before trying to create another that loads the same table as a previous context in the same session.
ORA-39783: Invalid direct path transaction active
Cause: Direct path operations were not performed in the transaction started by the first OCIDirPathPrepare call.
Action: Ensure the correct transaction is active prior to calling Direct Path API operations.
ORA-39784: This direct path operation is not allowed while another is in progress
Cause: Another direct path operation was active.
Action: Complete any direct path operations in progress before attempting this operation.
ORA-39785: SQL expressions returning ADT objects are not allowed in direct path
Cause: The passed SQL expression returned a user-defined ADT which was not supported.
Action: Remove the SQL expression.
ORA-39786: Number of columns does not match between export and import databases
Cause: External tables could not import into a table with mismatched columns.
Action: Ensure the number of columns matches between export and import database.
ORA-39787: Column string subtype "string"."string" is not instantiable.
Cause: Subtype specified was not instantiable.
Action: Ensure all subtypes specified are instantiable.
ORA-39788: Subtype "string"."string" is specified multiple times for column string.
Cause: Subtype specified was not unique.
Action: Ensure all subtypes specified are unique.
ORA-39789: "string"."string" is not a valid type for column string.
Cause: Subtype specified was not a valid type for the column being loaded.
Action: Ensure all subtypes specified are valid types for the column being loaded.
ORA-39790: Attribute "string" specified multiple times for column string.
Cause: Attribute specified multiple times.
Action: Ensure all attributes specified are unique.
ORA-39791: Attribute "string" for column string is not in subtype "string"."string".
Cause: Attribute was not included in the subtype indicated.
Action: Ensure the attribute is included in the subtype indicated by the specified subtype index.
ORA-39792: Attribute "string" is not valid for subtypes(s) loaded into column string.
Cause: Attribute specified was not included in any subtypes specified for the column or the declared subtype of the column.
Action: Ensure the attribute is included in at least one of the subtypes loaded into the column.
ORA-39793: Attribute "string" is not unique within the hierarchy being loaded.
Cause: The attribute was defined in multiple lines of descent in the hierarchy being loaded.
Action: When describing the attribute, a subtype index must be specified to uniquely identify the attibute being loaded.
ORA-39794: No attributes loaded for subtype "string"."string".
Cause: None of the attributes loaded were included in the type shown.
Action: At least one attribute must be loaded for each subtype specified.
ORA-39795: Subtype index is not first attribute for object table or column, string.
Cause: The subtype index was not the first attribute when describing the atributes of an object column or object table with multiple subtypes.
Action: Describe the subtype index as the first attribute for this object column or object table.
ORA-39796: column array entry for string is not valid for the current subtype
Cause: This column was not part of the current subtype being loaded for this object column or table. Therefore, its entry must be null in the column array.
Action: Set the column array entry to null.
ORA-39797: The subtype index value is not valid.
Cause: The subtype index value in the column array was not valid for the object column or object table.
Action: Set a valid subtype index value in the column array for this table or column.
ORA-39798: The column array row offset number is out of range (max: number).
Cause: The specified row offset was too large for the column array.
Action: Ensure the row offset is in range.
ORA-39799: The column index number is out of range (max: number).
Cause: The specified column index was too large for the column array.
Action: Ensure the column index is in range.
ORA-39800: Database version number does not support the load of multiple subtypes.
Cause: Direct Path API support for loading multiple subtypes of an object table or column was only present in the Oracle 11 release and higher.
Action: Upgrade database to Oracle 11 or higher.
ORA-39801: Subtype "string"."string" is not a valid subtype for column string.
Cause: Subtype specified was not the declared type nor was it derived from the declared type.
Action: Ensure all subtypes specified are either the declared type or derived from the declared type.
ORA-39802: ADT object column string specified a SQL expression which is not allowed in direct path mode.
Cause: The ADT column reported in the error specified a SQL expression which returned the ADT. This is not supported.
Action: Remove the SQL expression.
ORA-39803: Data saves are not allowed on tables with partitioning referential constraints.
Cause: Data saves (and the sqlldr ROWS parameter) are not allowed when loading both the parent and child tables of a partitioning referential constraint.
Action: Do not attempt data saves when loading both the parent and child tables of a partitioning referential constraint.
ORA-39804: The load was aborted due to an error loading parent string while also loading child string.
Cause: An error occurred while loading the child and parent table of a partitioning referential constraint. The load was aborted to ensure the partitioning referential constraint was not violated.
Action: Fix the error that caused the load to abort and retry.
ORA-39805: Parallel loads are not allowed when loading child and parent.
Cause: A parallel load was requested when loading the child and parent of a partitioning referential constraint. This is not allowed.
Action: Remove the parallel option.
ORA-39806: The attempt to lock string parent table string string string failed.
Cause: While loading the child table of a partitioning referential constraint, the parent table must be locked in SHARE mode.
Action: Determine why the parent table could not be locked and retry.
ORA-39807: Partial data save on child string was ignored.
Cause: An attempt was made to partially save data when loading both the child and parent of a partitioning referential constraint or when loading a table with a domain index.
Action: Fix the error that caused the partial load and retry.
ORA-39808: The SINGLEROW option must be specified for parent table string.
Cause: The SINGLEROW option was not specified when loading both the parent and child table of a partitioning referential constraint.
Action: Ensure the SINGLEROW option is specified for the parent when loading the parent and child of a partitioning referential constraint.
ORA-39809: Data saves are not allowed on tables with domain indexes.
Cause: Data saves (and the sqlldr ROWS parameter) could not be allowed when loading a table with domain indexes.
Action: Do not attempt data saves when loading a table with domain indexes.
ORA-39901: Partitioned table string.string is partially contained in the transportable set.
Cause: Informational message to describe a failure during transportable containment checking.
Action: Check table partitions by querying SYS.DBA_TAB_PARTITIONS.
ORA-39902: Subartitioned table string.string is partially contained in the transportable set.
Cause: Informational message to describe a failure during transportable containment checking.
Action: Check table subpartitions by querying SYS.DBA_TAB_SUBPARTITIONS.
ORA-39903: IOT Partition string.string is partially contained in the transportable set.
Cause: Informational message to describe a failure during transportable containment checking.
Action: Check table partitions by querying SYS.DBA_IND_PARTITIONS.
ORA-39904: Partitioned object string.string is partially contained in the transportable set.
Cause: Informational message to describe a failure during transportable containment checking.
Action: Check partitions and overflow segments by querying SYS.DBA_IND_PARTITIONS and SYS.DBA_TAB_PARTITIONS.
ORA-39905: Table string.string in tablespace string points to LOB segment string.string in tablespace string.
Cause: Informational message to describe a failure during transportable containment checking.
Action: None required.
ORA-39906: Constraint string between table string.string in tablespace string and table string.string in tablespace string.
Cause: Informational message to describe a failure during transportable containment checking.
Action: None required.
ORA-39907: Index string.string in tablespace string points to table string.string in tablespace string.
Cause: Informational message to describe a failure during transportable containment checking.
Action: None required.
ORA-39908: Index string.string in tablespace string enforces primary constraints string of table string.string in tablespace string.
Cause: Informational message to describe a failure during transportable containment checking.
Action: None required.
ORA-39909: Index string.string in tablespace string points to table/cluster string.string in tablespace string.
Cause: Informational message to describe a failure during transportable containment checking.
Action: None required.
ORA-39910: Partitioned Global index string.string in tablespace string points to partition string of table string.string in tablespace string outside of transportable set.
Cause: Informational message to describe a failure during transportable containment checking.
Action: None required.
ORA-39911: Index string.string in tablespace string points to partition string of table string.string in tablespace string outside of transportable set.
Cause: Informational message to describe a failure during transportable containment checking.
Action: None required.
ORA-39912: Partitioned index string.string in tablespace string points to table string.string in tablespace string outside of transportable set.
Cause: Informational message to describe a failure during transportable containment checking.
Action: None required.
ORA-39913: string string.string in tablespace string not allowed in transportable set.
Cause: Informational message to describe a failure during transportable containment checking.
Action: None required.
ORA-39914: Index string.string in tablespace string points to subpartition string of table string.string in tablespace string outside of transportable set.
Cause: Informational message to describe a failure during transportable containment checking.
Action: None required.
ORA-39915: Partition string of table string.string in tablespace string points to LOB segment string.string in tablespace string.
Cause: Informational message to describe a failure during transportable containment checking.
Action: None required.
ORA-39916: Subpartition string of table string.string in tablespace string points to LOB segment string.string in tablespace string.
Cause: Informational message to describe a failure during transportable containment checking.
Action: None required.
ORA-39917: SYS owned object string in tablespace string not allowed in pluggable set
Cause: Informational message to describe a failure during transportable containment checking.
Action: None required.
ORA-39918: PLSQL Functional Index string.string in tablespace string not allowed in transportable set.
Cause: Informational message to describe a failure during transportable containment checking.
Action: None required.
ORA-39919: Object string.string in tablespace string not contained within transportable set.
Cause: Informational message to describe a failure during transportable containment checking.
Action: Check SYS.DBA_OBJECTS.
ORA-39920: Rollback segment string in tablespace string not allowed in transportable set.
Cause: Informational message to describe a failure during transportable containment checking.
Action: None required.
ORA-39921: Default Partition (Table) Tablespace string for string not contained in transportable set.
Cause: Informational message to describe a failure during transportable containment checking.
Action: None required.
ORA-39922: Default Partition (Index) Tablespace string for string not contained in transportable set.
Cause: Informational message to describe a failure during transportable containment checking.
Action: None required.
ORA-39923: Default Composite Partition (Table) Tablespace string for string not contained in transportable set.
Cause: Informational message to describe a failure during transportable containment checking.
Action: None required.
ORA-39924: Default Composite Partition (Index) Tablespace string for string not contained in transportable set.
Cause: Informational message to describe a failure during transportable containment checking.
Action: None required.
ORA-39925: LOB segment string.string in tablespace string points to table string.string in tablespace string.
Cause: Informational message to describe a failure during transportable containment checking.
Action: None required.
ORA-39926: Join index between table string.string in tablespace string and table string.string in tablespace string.
Cause: Informational message to describe a failure during transportable containment checking.
Action: None required.
ORA-39927: Scoped REF constraint between table string.string in tablespace string and table string.string in tablespace string.
Cause: Informational message to describe a failure during transportable containment checking.
Action: None required.
ORA-39928: string string.string in tablespace string contains evolved type data that have not been upgraded.
Cause: Informational message to describe a failure during transportable containment checking.
Action: None required.
ORA-39929: Table string.string in tablespace string has encrypted columns which are not supported.
Cause: Informational message to describe a failure during transportable containment checking.
Action: None required.
ORA-39930: Violation string.
Cause: Informational message to describe a failure during transportable containment checking.
Action: Contact Oracle Support Services.
ORA-39931: XML Schema string Owner: string not fully contained in the transportable set.
Cause: Informational message to describe a failure during transportable containment checking.
Action: Identify the associated elements and resolve self containment.
ORA-39932: Extensible Index string.string not fully contained in the transportable set.
Cause: Informational message to describe a failure during transportable containment checking.
Action: Identify the associated table and list of secondary objects and resolve self containment.
ORA-39933: Parent table string.string and its nested table columns are not fully contained in the transportable set.
Cause: Informational message to describe a failure during transportable containment checking.
Action: Identify the nested tables using view DBA_NESTED_TABLES and resolve self containment.
ORA-39934: Materialized view log string.string in tablespace string and master table string.string in tablespace string are not fully contained in the transportable set.
Cause: Informational message to describe a failure during transportable containment checking.
Action: None required.
ORA-39935: Updatable materialized view log string.string in tablespace string and materialized view string.string in tablespace string are not fully contained in the transportable set.
Cause: Informational message to describe a failure during transportable containment checking.
Action: None required.
ORA-39936: Token manager for the CSX tablespace string not fully contained in the transportable set.
Cause: Informational message to describe a failure during transportable containment checking.
Action: Include the specified tablespace into the transportable set.
ORA-39937: Unsupported operation, default token tables used for binary XML data.
Cause: Informational message to describe a failure during transportable containment checking.
Action: Copy default token tables into a new token table set using DBMS_CSX_ADMIN package.
ORA-39938: Operation not supported, tablespace string contains binary XML data.
Cause: Informational message to describe a failure during transportable containment checking.
Action: None required.
ORA-39939: More than one set of token tables are used in tablespace string.
Cause: Informational message to describe a failure during transportable containment checking.
Action: Remap tables in the specified tablespace to use same token tables.
ORA-39940: Child reference partitioned table string.string in tablespace string or parent table string.string in tablespace string is included but not both.
Cause: Informational message to describe a failure during transportable containment checking. Both parent and child reference partition tables must be included.
Action: Check reference partitioned tables.
ORA-39950: invalid parameter for PLSQL warnings flag
Cause: The user either entered invalid value for the PLSQL_WARNINGS flag or the value of the flag conflicts with other values.
Action: Enter correct values for the switch.
ORA-39951: incomplete values specified for PL/SQL warning settings
Cause: The user either did not enter the value for the settings or entered incomplete values.
Action: Enter correct syntax for the switch.
ORA-39952: only numbers can be specified as range values
Cause: The range values did not have numerical values only.
Action: Enter only numerical values.
ORA-39953: the range value specified is beyond allowed range
Cause: The range values were either too low or too high.
Action: Specify only the allowed range values.
ORA-39954: DEFERRED is required for this system parameter
Cause: The ALTER SYSTEM command for PLSQL_WARNINGS did not include the keyword, DEFERRED.
Action: Change the command to use the keyword, DEFERRED.
ORA-39955: invalid PL/SQL warning message number
Cause: The PL/SQL message number specified was not in a valid range.
Action: Specify PL/SQL warning message numbers within the valid range.
ORA-39956: duplicate setting for PL/SQL compiler parameter string
Cause: A PL/SQL compiler parameter was set more than once.
Action: Remove the duplicate PL/SQL compiler setting.
ORA-39957: invalid warning category
Cause: The category of the message was incorrect.
Action: Specify a vaild category
ORA-39958: invalid warning category qualifier
Cause: The category qualifier was incorrect.
Action: Specify a vaild category qualifier.
ORA-39959: invalid warning number (string)
Cause: The warning number was incorrect.
Action: Specify a vaild warning number.
ORA-39960: scope can only be SYSTEM or SESSION
Cause: The scope specified was not set.
Action: Specify a vaild scope, either SESSION or SYSTEM.
ORA-39961: message specified was not found
Cause: The message number specified was not set.
Action: specify the message number whise settings have been set in the given scope.
ORA-39962: invalid parameter for PLSQL_CCFLAGS
Cause: The value for the PLSQL_CCFLAGS parameter was not valid.
Action: Specify a vaild value for the PLSQL_CCFLAGS parameter. /// MAX ERROR NUMBER 65535