30 ORA-54500 to ORA-56974

ORA-54500: invalid combination of elements
Cause: The geometry did not start from the correct level in the hierarchy.
Action: Correct the hierarchy in the geometry.
ORA-54501: no holes expected
Cause: The geometry contained one or more unexpected holes.
Action: Remove any holes in the geometry.
ORA-54502: solid not closed
Cause: The solid geometry was not closed i.e., faces of solid are not 2-manifold due to incorrectly defined, oriented, or traversed line segment because each edge of a solid must be traversed exactly twice, once in one direction and once in the reverse direction.
Action: Correct the orientation of the edges of the neighboring polygons.
ORA-54503: incorrect solid orientation
Cause: The orientation of the solid was not correct.
Action: Correct the orientation or specification of the outer or inner solid geometry according to the geometry rules for such a solid.
ORA-54504: multiple outer geometries
Cause: The geometry contained more than one outer geometry.
Action: Remove all but one of the outer geometries.
ORA-54505: ring does not lie on a plane
Cause: The ring was not flat.
Action: Make sure all of the vertices of the ring are on the same plane.
ORA-54506: compound curve not supported for 3-D geometries
Cause: The 3-D geometry contained one or more compound curves, which are not supported for 3-D geometries.
Action: Remove all compound curves from the geometry.
ORA-54507: duplicate points in multipoint geometry
Cause: The multipoint geometry had two points that either had identical coordinates or were the same point considering the geometry tolerance.
Action: Make sure all points are different, considering the tolerance.
ORA-54508: overlapping surfaces in a multisolid geometry
Cause: The multisolid geometry contained one or more fully or partially overlapping surfaces.
Action: Ensure that the multisolid geometry contains no overlapping areas.
ORA-54509: solid not attached to composite solid
Cause: To connect solids in a composite solid geometry, at least one of the faces of a solid must be shared (fully or partially) with only another solid. However, at least one of the faces in this composite solid was not shared by exactly two solids only.
Action: Ensure that at least one face in a composite solid is shared by exactly two solids.
ORA-54510: no outer geometry expected
Cause: An outer geometry was found when only inner geometries were expected.
Action: Remove all outer geometries.
ORA-54511: edges of inner and outer solids intersect
Cause: An inner solid had a common edge with outer solid.
Action: Ensure that edges of inner and outer solids do not intersect.
ORA-54512: a vertex of an inner solid is outside corresponding outer solid
Cause: A solid geometry contained an inner solid with at least one vertex outside its corresponding outer solid.
Action: Ensure that all vertices of inner solids are not outside their corresponding outer solid.
ORA-54513: inner solid surface overlaps outer solid surface
Cause: One or more faces of an inner solid surface either fully or partially overlapped an outer solid surface.
Action: Ensure that inner and outer surfaces have no shared (fully or partially overlapping) faces.
ORA-54514: overlapping areas in multipolygon
Cause: A multipolygon geometry contained one or more common (shared, fully or partially overlapped) polygons.
Action: Ensure that no polygons in a multipolygon overlap.
ORA-54515: outer rings in a composite surface intersect
Cause: Outer rings, either on the same plane or different planes, in a composite surface intersected.
Action: Ensure that outer rings do not intersect. They can share edges.
ORA-54516: adjacent outer rings of composite surface cannot be on same plane
Cause: The conditional flag was set, and a composite surface had at least two outer rings sharing a common edge on the same plane.
Action: Change those outer rings into one larger outer ring.
ORA-54517: outer ring is on the same plane and overlaps another outer ring
Cause: An outer ring in a composite surface shared a common area with another outer ring.
Action: Ensure that no outer rings fully or partially overlap.
ORA-54518: shared edge of composite surface not oriented correctly
Cause: A shared edge (one shared by two polygons) in a composite surface was not correctly oriented. Each shared edge must be oriented in one direction with respect to its first polygon and then in the reverse direction with respect to its second polygon.
Action: Reverse one of the directions of the shared edge with respect to its polygons.
ORA-54519: polygon (surface) not attached to composite surface
Cause: Not all polygons of a surface had a common (fully or partially shared) edge.
Action: Ensure that each polygon is attached to the composite surface by one of its edges.
ORA-54520: inner ring not on the same plane as its outer ring
Cause: An inner ring was not on the same plane as its outer ring.
Action: Ensure that each inner ring is on the same plane as its outer ring.
ORA-54521: inner ring is not inside or is touching outer ring more than once
Cause: An inner ring either was not inside its outer ring or touched its outer ring more than once.
Action: Ensure that the inner ring is inside its outer ring and does not touch the outer ring more than once. If an inner ring touches its outer ring more than once, then the outer ring is no longer a topologically simple or singly connected polygon (ring).
ORA-54522: inner rings of same outer ring cannot intersect or share boundary
Cause: Two inner rings of the same outer ring intersected or shared a boundary.
Action: Ensure that line segments of an inner ring do not intersect or fully or partially coincide with line segments of another inner ring sharing the same outer ring.
ORA-54523: inner rings of same outer ring cannot touch more than once
Cause: Two inner rings of the same outer ring touched more than once.
Action: Ensure that inner rings of the same outer ring touch at no more than one point.
ORA-54524: inner ring cannot be inside another inner ring of same outer ring
Cause: An inner ring was inside another ring of the same outer ring.
Action: Ensure that no inner ring is inside another inner ring of the same outer ring.
ORA-54525: incorrect box volume due to wrong ordinates
Cause: The rectangular box in shortcut format did not have its first x,y,z coordinates either all greater or less than its second x,y,z coordinates.
Action: Make sure that the first x,y,z coordinates are either all greater or all less than the second x,y,z coordinates.
ORA-54526: multi or composite geometry must be decomposed before extraction
Cause: The extraction could not be performed because the multi or composite geometry must first be decomposed into simple geometries (with or without inner geometries). The multi or composite geometry had a gtype of GTYPE_MULTISOLID, GTYPE_MULTISURFACE, GTYPE_MULTICURVE, GTYPE_MULTIPOINT, or GTYPE_COLLECTION, or the geometry was a line string.
Action: Use the MULTICOMP_TOSIMPLE parameter to element extractor to decompose the multi or composite geometry to a simple geometry.
ORA-54527: operation not permitted on a simple geometry
Cause: A MULTICOMP_TOSIMPLE parameter to element extractor was attempted on a geometry that is already simple.
Action: Do not use the MULTICOMP_TOSIMPLE parameter to element extractor on simple geometries.
ORA-54528: inner composite surfaces or surfaces with inner ring(s) expected
Cause: An INNER_OUTER parameter to element extractor was attempted on a surface that was not simple or composite.
Action: Ensure that the etype of the geometry for the INNER_OUTER parameter to element extractor is ETYPE_SURFACE or ETYPE_COMPOSITESURFACE.
ORA-54529: geometry should have multi-level hierarchy (like triangle)
Cause: The geometry did not have the multi-level hierarchy required for this operation. For example, if the parameter to element extractor (hierarchy level) is not LOWER_LEVEL, but the geometry etype is ETYPE_SOLID and gtype is GTYPE_SOLID, an extract operation is not allowed, because a simple solid can only be decomposed into lower level geometries, such as composite surfaces.
Action: Ensure that the geometry has the appropriate hierarchy. For example, if the geometry etype is ETYPE_SOLID and gtype is GTYPE_SOLID, the parameter to element extractor (hierarchy level) should be LOWER_LEVEL.
ORA-54530: invalid etype for element at element offset
Cause: An invalid etype was encountered.
Action: Correct the etype of the geometry.
ORA-54531: invalid orientation for element at element offset
Cause: The orientation of the current geometry was not valid.
Action: Reverse the orientation of the geometry.
ORA-54532: incomplete composite surface
Cause: The end of composite surface was reached before all necessary surfaces were defined.
Action: Add more surfaces to match the geometry definition, or reduce the specified number of surfaces.
ORA-54533: invalid etype in composite surface of solid
Cause: The etype of the composite surface of a solid was not valid.
Action: Ensure that the etype is orient*1000+ETYPE_SOLID, where orient is 1 for outer solid and 2 for inner solid.
ORA-54534: incorrect box surface due to wrong specification
Cause: The elemInfo definition was not correct for the surface of the axis aligned box.
Action: Change the interpretation to 3 in the elemInfo definition.
ORA-54535: incorrect box surface because it is on arbitrary plane
Cause: The axis aligned box surface was not on the yz, xz, or xy plane.
Action: Ensure that the first and fourth coordinates, or the second and fifth coordinates, or the third and sixth coordinates are the same. This means that the surface is on the yz, xz or xy plane, respectively.
ORA-54536: axis aligned box surface not defined properly
Cause: The inner geometry etype did not start with 2, or the outer geometry etype did not start with 1, or both occurred.
Action: Use the correct etype for the inner and outer geometries.
ORA-54537: incorrect box surface due to wrong orientation
Cause: The rectangular surface in shortcut format did not have its first x,y,z coordinates all greater than or equal to or all less than or equal to its second x,y,z coordinates.
Action: Ensure that the first x,y,z coordinates are either all greater than or equal to or all less than or equal to the second x,y,z coordinates.
ORA-54538: unexpected gtype
Cause: The gtype of the geometry was not GTYPE_SOLID, GTYPE_SURFACE, GTYPE_CURVE or GTYPE_POINT.
Action: Correct the elemInfo array to fix any invalid gtype and etypes that violate the geometry hierarchy.
ORA-54539: cannot process the geometry(s) for this operation
Cause: The geometry had errors in it.
Action: Validate the geometry or geometries to ensure that each is valid.
ORA-54540: at least one element must be a surface or solid
Cause: One of the geometries had holes, and the geometries were neither (A) simple, composite, or multisurfaces, or (B) simple, composite, or multisolids. (Surfaces and solids are the only geometries that can have holes. Points and curves cannot have holes.)
Action: Ensure that each geometry having holes is a surface or solid (simple, composite, or multi).
ORA-54545: holes incorrectly defined
Cause: The holes were defined with incorrect etype.
Action: Ensure that the etype is correct in the definition of the inner geometry.
ORA-54546: volume of solid cannot be 0 or less
Cause: The solid geometry having one outer and multiple inner geometries had a negative or zero volume.
Action: Correct the orientation or specification of the outer solid geometry to obey outer geometry rules so that the outer geometry has a positive volume. Additionally, correct the orientation or specification of inner solid geometries to obey inner geometry rules so that each inner geometry has a negative volume.
ORA-54547: wrong input for COUNT_SHARED_EDGES
Cause: The COUNT_SHARED_EDGES parameter value was not 1 or 2.
Action: Ensure that the COUNT_SHARED_EDGES parameter value is either 1 or 2.
ORA-54548: input geometry gtype must be GTYPE_POLYGON for extrusion
Cause: The input geometry gtype was not GTYPE_POLYGON.
Action: Ensure that the gtype of the input polygon is GTYPE_POLYGON.
ORA-54549: input geometry has incorrect elemInfo
Cause: The input 2-D polygon did not have only one outer ring.
Action: Ensure that the input 2-D polygon has only one outer ring.
ORA-54550: input 2-D polygon not valid
Cause: The 2-D polygon violated the rules for polygons and rings.
Action: Correct the polygon definition.
ORA-54551: grdHeight and/or Height array sizes incorrect
Cause: The sizes of grdHeight and Height arrays were not equal to half the size of input 2-D polygon's ordinates array. As a result, each point in the 2-D polygon could not be extruded from the grdHeight entry to the Height entry.
Action: Ensure that the sizes of the grdHeight and Height arrays are half that of input 2-D polygon ordinates array.
ORA-54552: height entries must be >= to ground height entries
Cause: In the definition of a solid, the height values were less than the ground height.
Action: Ensure that that height values are greater than or equal to ground height values.
ORA-54553: incorrect geometry for appending
Cause: The geometry could not be appended to a homogeneous collection (for example, multi-geometry) or to a heterogeneous geometry (for example, collection). In other words, the gtype of the geometry to be appended was neither GYTPE_COLLECTION or GTYPE_MULTI-X (where X is point, curve, surface, or solid).
Action: Ensure that the geometries involved in the append operation have appropriate gtypes.
ORA-54554: arcs are not supported as defined
Cause: An arc was defined in a geometry type in which arcs are not supported. Arcs are supported for 2-D (circle) polygons, 2-D compound polygons, 2-D single arc, and 2-D compound (composite) curves only.
Action: Remove or simplify the arcs.
ORA-54555: invalid geometry dimension
Cause: The geometry did not have three dimensions.
Action: Ensure that geometry has three dimensions.
ORA-54556: operation is not supported for 3-D geometry
Cause: A 3-D geometry was passed into an operation that supports only 2-D geometries.
Action: Check the Spatial documentation for operations that are supported and not supported on 3-D geometries.
ORA-54557: incomplete composite solid
Cause: The end of composite solid was reached before all necessary solids were defined.
Action: Add more solids to match the geometry definition, or reduce the specified number of solids.
ORA-54601: CREATE_PC: invalid parameters for creation of Point Cloud
Cause: An invalid or unknown parameter was specified in the creation of Point Cloud.
Action: Check for valid set of parameters.
ORA-54602: CREATE_PC: input points table string does not exist
Cause: The specified table for loading points into a Point Cloud did not exist.
Action: Create the points table with appropriate columns, and then create the Point Cloud.
ORA-54603: CREATE_PC: specified total dimensionality cannot exceed 8
Cause: The specified total dimensionality for the Point Cloud exceeded the maximum limit of 8.
Action: Create the Point Cloud with fewer dimensions. You can store the rest in the output points table.
ORA-54604: CREATE_PC: input points table should not be empty
Cause: The input points table had no data.
Action: Insert data into the input points table and then create the Point Cloud.
ORA-54605: CREATE_PC: scratch-tables/views (string) exist and need to be dropped
Cause: Transient tables/views from a previous CREATE_PC operation were still in existence.
Action: Delete the invalid Point Cloud from the base table (for cleanup of scratch tables), and initialize and create the Point Cloud again. Alternately, use SDO_UTIL.DROP_WORK_TABLES with oidstring as the parameter.
ORA-54607: CREATE_PC: error fetching data from input points table
Cause: An internal read error occurred during Point Cloud creation.
Action: Contact Oracle Support Services with the error number reported.
ORA-54608: CREATE_PC: error writing Point Cloud LOB
Cause: An internal LOB write error occurred during Point Cloud creation. The cause might be lack of table space.
Action: Look for information from other errors in the stack, or contact Oracle Support Services with the error number reported.
ORA-54609: CREATE_PC: input extent cannot be null
Cause: The extent of the Point Cloud was null.
Action: Specify an extent for the Point Cloud that is not null.
ORA-54610: CREATE_PC: input extent cannot be more than 2-D for geodetic data
Cause: The extent of the Point Cloud was more than 2-D for geodetic data.
Action: Change the extent to 2-D (longitude, latitude).
ORA-54611: INIT: either invalid basetable/schema or they do not exist
Cause: The base table or schema, or both, were invalid strings; or the base table and schema combination did not exist.
Action: Ensure that the specified base table exists in the specified schema before performing the initialization operation.
ORA-54613: INIT: internal error creating DML trigger
Cause: The necessary privileges to create the trigger were not granted.
Action: Grant the necessary privileges to create the trigger. If necessary, contact Oracle Support Services for help with privileges for trigger creation.
ORA-54614: INIT: block table name has to be unique
Cause: The specified block table name was not unique. For example, it might have been used for another block table.
Action: Specify a different block table name.
ORA-54616: INIT: internal error [number, string]
Cause: An internal error occurred.
Action: Contact Oracle Support Services.
ORA-54617: CLIP_PC: invalid Point Cloud; extent is empty
Cause: The input Point Cloud for the CLIP_PC operation was invalid.
Action: Specify a point cloud that was created using the CREATE_PC procedure.
ORA-54618: CLIP_PC: SRIDs of query and Point Cloud are incompatible
Cause: The Point Cloud and the query geometry had incompatible SRID values.
Action: Change the query SRID to be compatible with that of the Point Cloud.
ORA-54619: CLIP_PC: query and BLKID parameters cannot both be null
Cause: Both the query and BLKID parameters were null in the call to the CLIP_PC operation.
Action: Either specify a query geometry that is not null, or specify a BLKID for use as a query.
ORA-54620: CLIP_PC: internal error [number, string]
Cause: An internal error occurred.
Action: Contact Oracle Support Services.
ORA-54621: TO_GEOMETRY: TOTAL_DIMENSIONALITY not same as in INIT operation
Cause: The specified TOTAL_DIMENSIONALITY was invalid.
Action: Ensure that the TOTAL_DIMENSIONALITY matches that specified in the call to the initialization operation.
ORA-54622: TO_GEOMETRY: internal error [number, string]
Cause: An internal error occurred.
Action: Contact Oracle Support Services.
ORA-54623: CREATE_PC: internal error [number, string]
Cause: An internal error occurred.
Action: Contact Oracle Support Services.
ORA-54640: PARTITION_TABLE utility: invalid input parameters [number, string]
Cause: An internal error occurred.
Action: Contact Oracle Support Services.
ORA-54641: PARTITION_TABLE utility: scratch tables exist with oidstr = string
Cause: Scratch tables/views could not be created because they already existed.
Action: Use SDO_UTIL.DROP_WORK_TABLES with the specified oidstr parameter to clean up the scratch tables.
ORA-54642: PARTITION_TABLE utility: invalid SORT_DIMENSION specified
Cause: An invalid string was specified for the SORT_DIMENSION.
Action: Specify the SORT_DIMENSION as 'BEST_DIM', 'DIMENSION_1', 'DIMENSION_2', or 'DIMENSION_3'.
ORA-54643: PARTITION_TABLE utility: invalid WORKTABLESPACE parameter
Cause: An invalid string was specified for the WORKTABLESPACE parameter.
Action: Specify an existing valid tablespace for WORKTABLESPACE (to hold the scratch tables).
ORA-54644: PARTITION_TABLE utility: error in reading input, output tables
Cause: The names for the input/output tables were invalid, or the tables did not exist or did not have the right structure.
Action: Check the Spatial documentation for PARTITION_TABLE.
ORA-54651: CREATE_TIN: invalid parameters specified in creation of TIN
Cause: An invalid or unknown parameter was specified in the creation of the TIN.
Action: Check the Spatial documentation for CREATE_TIN.
ORA-54652: CREATE_TIN: input points table string does not exist
Cause: The specified table for loading points into a TIN did not exist.
Action: Create the points table with appropriate columns, and then create the TIN.
ORA-54653: CREATE_TIN: specified total dimensionality cannot exceed 8
Cause: The specified total dimensionality for the TIN exceeded the maximum limit of 8.
Action: Create the TIN with fewer dimensions. You can store the rest in the output points table.
ORA-54654: CREATE_TIN: input points table should not be empty
Cause: The input points table had no data.
Action: Insert data into the input points table, and then create the TIN.
ORA-54655: CREATE_TIN: scratch tables/views(string) exist and need to be dropped
Cause: Transient tables from previous CREATE_TIN operation still existed.
Action: Delete the invalid TIN from the base table (for cleanup of scratch tables), and initialize and create the TIN again. Alternately, use SDO_UTIL.DROP_WORK_TABLES with oidstring as its parameter.
ORA-54656: CREATE_TIN: error fetching data from input points table
Cause: An internal read error occurred during TIN creation.
Action: Contact Oracle Support Services with the error number reported.
ORA-54657: CREATE_TIN: error writing TIN LOB
Cause: An internal LOB write error occurred during TIN creation. The cause might be lack of table space.
Action: Look for information from other errors in the stack, or contact Oracle Support Services with the error number reported.
ORA-54658: CREATE_TIN: input extent cannot be null
Cause: The extent of the TIN was null.
Action: Specify an extent for the TIN that is not null.
ORA-54659: CREATE_TIN: input extent has to be 2-D for geodetic data
Cause: The extent of the TIN was more than 2-D for geodetic data.
Action: Change the extent to 2-D (longitude, latitude).
ORA-54660: CLIP_TIN: invalid Point Cloud; extent is empty
Cause: The input TIN for the CLIP_TIN operation was invalid.
Action: Specify a TIN that was created using the CREATE_TIN operation.
ORA-54661: CLIP_TIN: SRIDs of query and TIN are incompatible
Cause: The TIN and the query geometry had incompatible SRID values.
Action: Change the query geometry SRID to be compatible with that of TIN.
ORA-54662: CLIP_TIN: query and blkid parameters cannot both be null
Cause: Both the query and blkid parameters were null in the call to the CLIP_TIN operation.
Action: Either specify a query geometry that is not null, or specify a blkid for use as a query.
ORA-54663: CLIP_TIN: internal error [number, string]
Cause: An internal error occurred.
Action: Contact Oracle Support Services.
ORA-54664: TO_GEOMETRY: internal error [number, string]
Cause: An internal error occurred.
Action: Contact Oracle Support Services.
ORA-54665: CREATE_TIN: internal error [number, string]
Cause: An internal error occurred.
Action: Contact Oracle Support Services. ////////////////////////////////////////////////// 55200 - 55300 Reserved for MGD RFID Exceptions //////////////////////////////////////////////////
ORA-55200: Java exception from tag data translation java stack
Cause: Java exceptions.
Action: Turn on java output by calling dbms_java.set_output(OUTPUT_SIZE); Set java logging level by calling MGD_ID_UTL.setJavaLoggingLevel('INFO'); Analyze java logging messages.
ORA-55201: Tag data translation category not found
Cause: No matching category ID could be found.
Action: Make sure the input category name, category version or category ID is correct.
ORA-55202: Tag data translation scheme not found
Cause: No matching scheme could be found for the input data format.
Action: Make sure the input data format is supported and correct.
ORA-55203: Tag data translation level not found
Cause: No matching level could be found for the input data format.
Action: Make sure the input data format is supported and correct.
ORA-55204: Tag data translation option not found
Cause: No matching option could be found for the input data format.
Action: Make sure the input data format is supported and correct.
ORA-55205: Tag data translation field validation failed
Cause: Invalid field value.
Action: Make sure the field value of the input data is within the range specified in the tag data translation XML.
ORA-55206: Tag data translation field not found
Cause: Invalid input field.
Action: Make sure the spellings of the input fields are correct.
ORA-55207: Tag data translation rule evaluation failure
Cause: Error occurred when idcode translator tried to evaluate the rule specified in the tag data translation XML.
Action: Java proxy must be set in order to evaluate manager look up rules. Call MGD_ID_UTL.setProxy(PROXY_HOST, PROXY_PORT) to enable java proxy.
ORA-55208: Too many matching levels were found for the input data
Cause: Necessary field values were missing.
Action: Add additional field value pairs that are necessary to determine a unique matching level.
ORA-55300: model string does not exist
Cause: The specified model could not be found.
Action: Make sure that the model has been created.
ORA-55301: rulebase string does not exist
Cause: The specified rulebase could not be found.
Action: Make sure that the rulebase has been created.
ORA-55302: insufficient privileges string
Cause: Sufficient privileges were not granted.
Action: Ask the database administrator to grant the appropriate privileges.
ORA-55303: SDO_RDF_TRIPLE_S constructor failed: string
Cause: SDO_RDF_TRIPLE_S constructor failed.
Action: Check the stack trace for additional information.
ORA-55304: specified reuse-bNode model-id string != target model-id string
Cause: The reuse-bNode model-id specified for the SDO_RDF_TRIPLE_S constructor was neither 0 nor the model-id of the target model.
Action: Make sure that the reuse-bNode model is either 0 or the model-id of the target model.
ORA-55305: reification constructor functions not supported
Cause: Unsupported reification constructor functions were used.
Action: Insert each triple in the reification quad individually. See documentation for more information.
ORA-55306: internal error: invalid string: value_name=string value_type=string
Cause: The value type of this component of the RDF triple was invalid.
Action: This is an internal error. Contact Oracle Support Services.
ORA-55307: invalid value type for lexical value: string
Cause: The value type of this lexical value was invalid.
Action: Make sure that the lexical value format is correct. If this error occurs during bulk load from a staging table, then this may be an internal error. Contact Oracle Support Services.
ORA-55308: invalid time zone string for lexical value string
Cause: The time zone of this lexical value was invalid.
Action: Make sure that the lexical value format is correct. If this error occurs during bulk load from a staging table then this may be an internal error. Contact Oracle Support Services.
ORA-55309: hash collision resolution failed for lexical value string
Cause: Attempts to resolve hash collision exceeded the maximum retry count.
Action: This may be an internal error. Contact Oracle Support Services.
ORA-55310: parse failed for the string lexical value: string
Cause: Attempts to insert the specified lexical value failed.
Action: This may be an internal error. Contact Oracle Support Services.
ORA-55311: invalid value type string for long lexical value string
Cause: The value type of this long (length > 4000) lexical value was invalid.
Action: Make sure that the long value has a valid value type.
ORA-55312: parse failed for triple: id-form: string string string
Cause: Attempts to insert triple failed.
Action: This may be an internal error. Contact Oracle Support Services.
ORA-55313: SDO_RDF_TRIPLE_S constructor failed to process triple containing bNode
Cause: The SDO_RDF_TRIPLE_S constructor without bNode reuse option was invalid for triple containing bNode.
Action: Use SDO_RDF_TRIPLE_S constructor that allows bNode reuse.
ORA-55314: invalid temporary table name (string) for use with batch load
Cause: Specified temporary table name was not valid.
Action: See documentation for rules for temporary table name validity.
ORA-55315: batch load attempt failed: string
Cause: The batch load operation failed.
Action: This may be an internal error. Contact Oracle Support Services.
ORA-55316: model string does not match model string for table and column
Cause: This column of the table was not associated with the specified model.
Action: Make sure to use the correct target model.
ORA-55317: model string already exists
Cause: A model with the specified name was already present.
Action: Choose a different model name, or delete the existing model and create a new model with the specified name.
ORA-55318: column string in table string already contains data
Cause: At model creation time, the table column contained data.
Action: Ensure that the table column does not contain data before model creation.
ORA-55319: model string create attempt failed: string
Cause: The attempt to create the specified model did not succeed.
Action: This may be an internal error. Contact Oracle Support Services.
ORA-55320: model string drop attempt failed: string
Cause: The attempt to drop the specified model did not succeed.
Action: This may be an internal error. Contact Oracle Support Services.
ORA-55321: network already exists
Cause: Attempt to create the network failed because the network already existed.
Action: If necessary, drop the network before trying to recreate the network.
ORA-55322: model(s) exist
Cause: An attempt was made to drop a network that contained one or more models.
Action: Drop all the model(s) and then retry the operation.
ORA-55323: rulebase(s) exist
Cause: An attempt was made to drop a network that contained one or more rulebases.
Action: Drop all the rulebase(s) and then retry the operation.
ORA-55324: no rulebases specified
Cause: Rulebases for the operation were not specified.
Action: Specify at least one rulebase.
ORA-55325: rulebase or rules index string already exists string
Cause: A rulebase or rules index with the specified name already existed.
Action: Choose a different name, or delete the existing rulebase or rules index.
ORA-55326: rules index (string) create attempt failed: string
Cause: The attempt to create the specified rules index did not succeed.
Action: This may be an internal error. Contact Oracle Support Services.
ORA-55327: rule string yields a triple with a literal subject or predicate
Cause: The specified rule created an invalid triple containing a literal in the subject or predicate position.
Action: Check and modify the rule to avoid creation of invalid triple.
ORA-55328: literal value string insert attempt failed
Cause: The attempt to create the specified literal value failed.
Action: This may be an internal error. Contact Oracle Support Services.
ORA-55329: same model string specified more than once in the list of models
Cause: The specified model occurred more than once in the list of models.
Action: Eliminate duplicate occurrences of the model in the list of models.
ORA-55330: rulebase or rules index string is busy
Cause: The specified rulebase or rules index was busy and could not be used.
Action: Retry your operation later.
ORA-55331: user owns RDF objects
Cause: The user could not be dropped because it owns RDF objects.
Action: Drop the RDF objects and then retry.
ORA-55370: input parameter not a zero or positive integer
Cause: The input parameter was not zero or a positive integer.
Action: Change the input parameter to zero or a positive integer.
ORA-55371: RDF rules index 'string' exists for different model-rulebase combination
Cause: A rules index with the specified name has already been built for a different model-rulebase combination.
Action: Specify a different rules index name, or drop the existing rules index and then create a new rules index with that name.
ORA-55372: entailment (rules index) 'string' already exists
Cause: The entailed graph (rules index) already exists.
Action: Specify a different rules index name, or drop the existing rules index and then create a new rules index with that name.
ORA-55373: inference internal error: string
Cause: An unexpected internal error condition occurred.
Action: Check the error message and the stack trace.
ORA-55374: query constants not in the database; no rows selected
Cause: URIs or literals used in the query did not exist in the database.
Action: Check the query, and ensure that the URIs or literals do exist.
ORA-55375: cannot drop table 'string' because this table owns RDF objects
Cause: A table containing RDF data could not be dropped without first dropping its RDF model.
Action: Drop the corresponding RDF model or models, and then drop the table.
ORA-55376: cannot alter or drop column 'string' because this column owns RDF objects
Cause: A table column containing RDF data could not be altered or dropped without first dropping its RDF model.
Action: Drop the corresponding RDF model or models, and then alter or drop the column.
ORA-55377: number of triples less than 1 or null error indication marker
Cause: An internal error occurred during validation. The number of triples was less than 1 or the error indication marker was null.
Action: Check the input parameters, and ensure that the number of triples is 1 or greater and that the error indication marker is not null; or contact Oracle Support Services.
ORA-55378: invalid error code
Cause: An invalid error code was passed in during validation.
Action: Specify a valid error code.
ORA-55379: too many triples
Cause: An internal error occurred during validation. Too many triples were passed in.
Action: Specify a valid number of triples for the operation, or contact Oracle Support Services.
ORA-55430: query pattern is null
Cause: The query pattern specified in the SEM_MATCH query was null.
Action: Modify the query pattern to be non-null.
ORA-55455: rules index status not recognized ( string )
Cause: The specified rules index status was not recognized.
Action: Ensure that the rules index status is VALID, INCOMPLETE, or INVALID, and retry the operation.
ORA-55456: no valid rules index for this model-rulebase combination
Cause: A valid rules index did not exist for specified combination of models and rulebases.
Action: Create a rules index for the specified models and rulebases combination, or use a combination of models and rulebases for which a rules index exists, and retry the operation. Also ensure that the rules index status matches the status for the rules index specified in the query.
ORA-55457: predicate not found in model
Cause: The predicate value passed in as an argument to the semantic operator did not exist in the model.
Action: In the query using semantic operators, use a predicate value that exists in the model and retry the operation.
ORA-55458: object not found in model
Cause: The object value passed in as an argument to the semantic operator did not exist in the model.
Action: In the query using semantic operators, use an object value that exists in the model and retry the operation.
ORA-55459: invalid parameter string
Cause: The parameter string used in the creation of an index of type SEM_INDEXTYPE had invalid or malformed parameters.
Action: See the documentation for information on how to write a valid parameter string.
ORA-55460: incorrect usage of semantic operators
Cause: There was a syntax error in the call to the SEM_RELATED operator
Action: See the documentation for information on how to use the SEM_RELATED operator. Check that the value returned by SEM_RELATED is compared to 1 or 0.
ORA-55461: no distance information available
Cause: Distance information was not generated during rules index creation.
Action: Retry query without the SEM_DISTANCE operator and/or without specifying bounds in the SEM_RELATED operator. See the documentation for information on when distance information is generated.
ORA-55462: internal error
Cause: An internal error occurred during a semantic operator query or during the creation of an index of type SEM_INDEXTYPE.
Action: Contact Oracle Support Services.
ORA-55501: Backing out live transaction
Cause: Flashback Transaction Backout was requested on a transaction that has not committed yet.
Action: Commit the transaction before using this feature.
ORA-55502: Specified input transaction by name has no SCN hint
Cause: The specified transaction names for Flashback Transaction Backout was missing an SCN hint.
Action: Provide an SCN hint, and guarantee that the named transactions start before the given SCN.
ORA-55503: Mining finished without seeing specified transactions
Cause: The SCN hit passed was not good. The SCN hit may have come after the start of any of the input transactions.
Action: Give a lesser and more conservative SCN hint, with greater probability of having seen the start of a transaction.
ORA-55504: Transaction conflicts in NOCASCADE mode
Cause: Transactions other than the ones specified conflicts with the specified transactions.
Action: Try using other options like NONCONFLICT_ONLY or CASCADE or NOCASCADE_FORCE.
ORA-55505: DDL done on an interesting object after mining start SCN
Cause: The Flashback Transaction Backout process encountered an interesting object which had its last DDL operation done on it after the mining start time. An interesting object is one that has been modified by either the specified transactions or any of their dependents.
Action: Specify transactions that have committed after the last DDL done on all the objects they touched.
ORA-55506: Transaction performed unsupported change
Cause: A transaction in the dependency DAG performed some
Action: The specified transaction cannot be backed out.
ORA-55507: Encountered mining error during Flashback Transaction Backout. function:string
Cause: Mining error.
Action: None
ORA-55508: Invalid input to Flashback Transaction Backout
Cause: Null varrays passed or invalid input specified
Action: Specify properly formed varrays and valid options
ORA-55509: Creation of dependencies could not finish
Cause: One or more input transaction or any of its dependents are not committed or have been aborted after more than 1 minute of calling the backout function.
Action: Commit all the active transactions associated with this table and try again.
ORA-55510: Mining could not start
Cause: Mining could not start for the following reasons.

1. A logminer session was processing

2. The database was not mounted or not opened for read and write

3. Minimum supplemental logging was not enabled

4. Archiving was not enabled

Action: Fix the mentioned problems and try again. Note that if you enable supplemental logging now, you will not be able to remove a transaction that has committed without supplemental logging.
ORA-55511: Flashback Transaction experienced error in executing undo SQL
Cause: There was a constraint violation exception when executing in NOCASCADE_FORCE mode. Users could also get this error if appropriate supplemental logging is not enabled causing constraint dependencies to go unnoticed.
Action: Either use CASCADE or NONCONFLICT_ONLY options or add appropriate level for supplemental logging.
ORA-55512: Backing out PDML or XA-RAC transaction
Cause: One of the transactions in the dependency graph was a PDML transaction or a local transaction which is a branch of a global XA transaction, spanning multiple RAC instances. Currently flashback transaction does not support this type of transaction.
Action: None
ORA-55513: Backing out an AQ transaction
Cause: One of the transactions in the dependency graph touched an AQ table. As AQ externalizes database information, these transactions are not backed out, as the entire effects of the transaction cannot be seen from inside the database.
Action: None
ORA-55514: Backing out a DDL transaction
Cause: One of the transactions in the dependency graph is a DDL transaction and could not be backed out.
Action: None
ORA-55515: Mining sees input transaction changes without seeing transaction start
Cause: The start SCN provided was higher than the transaction start but below the transaction commit. The result was only partial changes for the given transaction.
Action: Please provide a lower scn hint to flashback transaction.
ORA-55518: Mining across reset logs
Cause: Flashback Transaction Backout cannot work with missing changes. This error is thrown if we walk across a reset-logs branch, where we might have missed changes.
Action: If the user knows that the transaction happened in the current reset logs branch, then the SCN-hint is possibly incorrect. Provide an SCN in the current reset log branch.
ORA-55519: Supplemental logging not available for mining SCN range
Cause: Flashback Transaction cannot work if there are regions in the mining range where supplemental logging is not enabled.
Action: If you have provided a SCN/time hint which is approximate and far beyond the specified transaction start time, then readjust the SCN hint and try again. If the system has figured out the transaction start time or you are sure of the range, then the specified transaction cannot be backed out.
ORA-55520: Log record in compatibility lower than 11.0
Cause: The logical change record shows that the compatibility of the mined redo is lower than version 11.0. Flashback transaction works only on redo versions 11.0 and above.
Action: Advance the compatibility and try to back out transactions that have occurred after the compatibility increase.
ORA-55557: Trigger 4144 corruption
Cause: Above events used for testing corruption path
Action: None
ORA-55558: string is not a corrupted transaction
Cause: the given transaction is not in the corrupt list v$corrupt_xid_list
Action: check v$corrupt_xid_list
ORA-55563: number is not a valid undo segment number
Cause: the given usn is not a valid one
Action: check undo$
ORA-55564: string is not a valid transaction id
Cause: the given txn is not a valid one
Action: check txn id
ORA-55565: string is not a valid undo segment number
Cause: the given usn is not a valid one
Action: check undo$
ORA-55566: SQL statement issued when the database was not open for queries
Cause: Tried to access SMON time zone information when database was not open for queries.
Action: Reissue the SQL statement after the database is open for queries.
ORA-55600: The table "string"."string" is already enabled for Flashback Archive
Cause: The specified table is already enabled for Flashback Archive.
Action: No action required.
ORA-55601: The table "string"."string" cannot be enabled for Flashback Archive
Cause: An attempt is made to enable Flashback Archive for a table which should never be enabled for Flashback Archive.
Action: Check the table name.
ORA-55602: The table "string"."string" is not enabled for Flashback Archive
Cause: An attempt was made to disable Flashback Archive on a table on which Flashback Archive is not enabled.
Action: Check the table name.
ORA-55603: Invalid Flashback Archive command
Cause: An invalid Flashback Archive command was specified.
Action: Check the SQL statement.
ORA-55604: Incorrect tablespace is specified
Cause: An incorrect tablespace is specified for the Flashback Archive.
Action: Check the SQL statement and verify the possible causes, 1, the tablespace that was already used by the Flashback Archive. 2, the tablespace was not used by the Flashback Archive. 3, the tablespace block size is less than 8K.
ORA-55605: Incorrect Flashback Archive is specified
Cause: An attempt was made to operate on a Flashback Archive that does not exist, or to create a Flashback Archive that already exists.
Action: Check the SQL statement.
ORA-55606: Event to modify archiver sleep time in seconds
Cause: 30 seconds is recommended as the archiver sleep time for tests.
Action: The default archiver sleep time is 300 seconds
ORA-55607: Event to enable debugging of archiver
Cause: The purpose of this event is for debugging.
Action: Attach to process specified.
ORA-55608: Default Flashback Archive does not exist
Cause: The default Flashback Archive did not exist.
Action: Create the default Flashback Archive first.
ORA-55609: Attempt to create duplicate default Flashback Archive
Cause: An attempt was made to create a default Flashback Archive while one already exists.
Action: No action required.
ORA-55610: Invalid DDL statement on history-tracked table
Cause: An attempt was made to perform certain DDL statement that is disallowed on tables that are enabled for Flashback Archive.
Action: No action required.
ORA-55611: No privilege to manage default Flashback Archive
Cause: An attempt was made to create, alter, or drop the default Flashback Archive.
Action: No action required.
ORA-55612: No privilege to manage Flashback Archive
Cause: An attempt was made to create, alter, or drop a Flashback Archive.
Action: No action required.
ORA-55613: Invalid Flashback Archive quota size
Cause: An attempt was made to specify invalid Flashback Archive quota size.
Action: Specify size in MB, GB, TB, or PB.
ORA-55614: AUM needed for transactions on tracked tables
Cause: An attempt was made to execute DML on a tracked table without enabling Auto Undo Management.
Action: Disable tracking on the table or enable Auto Undo Management.
ORA-55615: Event to test archiver scheduled internal tasks
Cause: The purpose of this event is for testing.
Action: No action required.
ORA-55616: Transaction table needs Flashback Archiver processing
Cause: Too many transaction table slots were being taken by transactions on tracked tables.
Action: Wait for some amount of time before doing tracked transactions.
ORA-55617: Flashback Archive "string" runs out of space and tracking on "string" is suspended
Cause: Flashback archive tablespace quota is running out.
Action: Add tablespace or increase tablespace quota for the flashback archive.
ORA-55618: Insufficient privilege to grant Flashback Archive privilege
Cause: An attempt was made to grant Flashback Archive privilege.
Action: No action required.
ORA-55619: Invalid privilege to grant on Flashback Archive
Cause: An attempt was made to grant invalid privilege on a Flashback Archive object.
Action: Specify valid privilege.
ORA-55620: No privilege to use Flashback Archive
Cause: An attempt was made to enable Flashback Archive on a table without such privileges.
Action: No action required.
ORA-55621: User quota on tablespace "string" is not enough for Flashback Archive
Cause: An attempt was made to create or alter a Flashback Archive quota which is larger than the user's quota.
Action: No action required.
ORA-55622: DML, ALTER and CREATE UNIQUE INDEX operations are not allowed on table "string"."string"
Cause: An attempt was made to write to or alter or create unique index on a Flashback Archive internal table.
Action: No action required. Only Oracle is allowed to perform such operations on Flashback Archive internal tables.
ORA-55623: Flashback Archive "string" is blocking and tracking on all tables is suspended
Cause: Flashback archive tablespace has run out of space.
Action: Add tablespace or increase tablespace quota for the flashback archive.
ORA-55624: The table "string"."string" cannot be enabled for Flashback Archive at this point
Cause: An attempt was made to enable Flashback Archive again on a table which was just disabled.
Action: Try again later.
ORA-55625: Cannot grant Flashback Archive privilege to a role
Cause: An attempt was made to grant or revoke Flashback Archive privilege to a role.
Action: No action required.
ORA-55626: Cannot remove the Flashback Archive's primary tablespace
Cause: An attempt was made to remove the primary tablespace of the Flashback Archive.
Action: No action required.
ORA-55627: Flashback Archive tablespace must be ASSM tablespace
Cause: An attempt was made to add a tablespace that was not an ASSM tablespace.
Action: Add tablespace that is created with segment space management auto.
ORA-55628: Flashback Archive supports Oracle 11g or higher
Cause: An attempt was made to created a Flashback Archive with incorrect compatible mode or without auto undo management.
Action: Use compatible mode equal to 11.0 or higher, and use auto undo management.
ORA-55629: Event to test Flashback Archiver internal management tasks
Cause: The purpose of this event is for testing.
Action: No action required.
ORA-55630: Flashback Data Archive cannot be enabled on this object
Cause: An attempt was made to enable Flashback Data Archive on an object which is not supported by Flashback Data Archive.
Action: Do not use Flashback Archive clause for this object.
ORA-55631: Table has columns with data types that are not supported by Flashback Data Archive
Cause: An attempt was made to add a column of data type that is not supported by Flashback Data Archive. Or, the table on which Flashback Data Archive is being enabled contains column(s) with data types not supported by Flashback Data Archive.
Action: Do not use FLASHBACK ARCHIVE clause for this object. If adding column, do not use LONG or Nested Table column data type.
ORA-55632: Tablespace has Flashback Archive tables
Cause: An attempt was made to remove a tablespace that has Flashback Archive tables.
Action: No action required.
ORA-55710: Unable to alter system parameter GLOBAL_TXN_PROCESSES at this time
Cause: The system was in the process of adjusting the number of global transaction background processes.
Action: Retry the operation at a later time.
ORA-55711: Unable to bind clusterwide global transactions to compatible undo
Cause: Undo tablespace was not onlined for automatic undo management.
Action: Create undo tablespace if it has not been created.
ORA-55712: XA transactions on RAC are not supported with GLOBAL_TXN_PROCESSES set to 0
Cause: The initialization parameter GLOBAL_TXN_PROCESSES was set to 0.
Action: Set the initialization parameter GLOBAL_TXN_PROCESSES to a value greater than 0.
ORA-55713: GLOBAL_TXN_PROCESSES cannot be set to 0 at runtime
Cause: An attempt was made to set initialization parameter GLOBAL_TXN_PROCESSES to 0 at runtime.
Action: Set the initialization parameter GLOBAL_TXN_PROCESSES to 0 before starting RAC instance to disable GTX background processes. Note that XA transactions are not supported on RAC database when GTX background processes are disabled.
ORA-55800: NLS errors while processing Oracle number
Cause: Error occurred when trying to convert Oracle number to an integer.
Action: Check the input parameters.
ORA-56500: DRCP: Pool not found
Cause: The pool name passed was either null or an invalid pool name.
Action: Input a valid pool name.
ORA-56501: DRCP: Pool startup failed
Cause: The connection pool failed to start up.
Action: Check logs for details.
ORA-56502: DRCP: Pool is inactive
Cause: The operation is only supported on an active pool.
Action: Start the pool.
ORA-56503: DRCP: Pool is active
Cause: The operation is only supported on an inactive pool.
Action: Shutdown the pool.
ORA-56504: DRCP: Invalid pool configuration parameter name
Cause: The configuration paramter name is null or invalid input.
Action: Input a valid configuration parameter name.
ORA-56505: DRCP: Invalid pool configuration parameter value
Cause: The configuration paramter value is null or invalid input.
Action: Input a valid configuration parameter value.
ORA-56506: DRCP: Pool shutdown failed
Cause: Connection pool failed to shutdown.
Action: Check logs for details.
ORA-56507: DRCP: Pool alter configuration failed
Cause: Connection pool failed to configure pool.
Action: Check logs for details.
ORA-56508: DRCP: Pool startup failed
Cause: Connection Broker failed to startup the pool.
Action: Check logs for details.
ORA-56509: DRCP: Pool shutdown failed
Cause: Connection Broker failed to shutdown the pool.
Action: Check logs for details.
ORA-56510: DRCP: Pool alter configuration failed
Cause: Connection Broker failed to configure the pool.
Action: Check logs for details.
ORA-56511: DRCP: Cross instance synchronization failed
Cause: Publish message to all RAC instances failed.
Action: Check logs for details.
ORA-56512: DRCP: Failed to synchronize RAC instances [string]
Cause: Some of the RAC instances were not synchronized.
Action: Perform the same operations on all the failed instances.
ORA-56513: DRCP: Cannot perform requested operation using pooled connection
Cause: This operation was not supported using connections from a pool.
Action: Use a regular connection to perform this operation.
ORA-56514: DRCP: invalid value for maximum number of connections to Connection broker
Cause: The value passed exceeded the maximum allowed.
Action: No action required. The maximum number of connections was automatically set to the maximum allowed value.
ORA-56600: DRCP: Illegal Call
Cause: An illegal OCI function call was issued
Action: Check the documentation for Database Resident connection pool usage
ORA-56601: DRCP: Illegal connection class
Cause: Wrong value for connection class was given.
Action: Check the documentation for Database Resident connection pool usage.
ORA-56602: DRCP: Illegal purity
Cause: Wrong value for purity was provided.
Action: Check the documentation for Database Resident connection pool usage.
ORA-56603: DRCP: Internal error
Cause: Malformed input values.
Action: Input well-formed values.
ORA-56604: DRCP: Length[string] for string exceeded the MAX allowed
Cause: Length exceeded MAX for the value.
Action: Use a value within the MAX allowed.
ORA-56605: DRCP: Session switching and migration not allowed
Cause: Application tried to switch or migrate session across connections.
Action: This usage is irrelevant in the Database Resident connection pooling context and is not supported. Release existing session.
ORA-56606: DRCP: Client version doesnot support the feature
Cause: The client version is lower than 11g.
Action: Upgrade to a higher client version or turn off (SERVER=POOLED) in the connect string.
ORA-56607: DRCP: Connection is already authenticated
Cause: Attempt to reauthenticate the connection which is authenticated.
Action: Logoff the connection before reauthenticating.
ORA-56608: DRCP: Server Group feature is not supported
Cause: Server Group attribute was set on the server handle, connected to a Database Resident connection pool.
Action: Do not set Server Group attribute on server handles while using Database Resident connection pool.
ORA-56609: Usage not supported with DRCP
Cause: This usage was not supported on a DRCP connection.
Action: Use a dedicated connection to perform this task.
ORA-56700: plan string is a subplan and SUB_PLAN attribute cannot be modified
Cause: An attempt was made to modify the SUB_PLAN attribute of the specified plan.
Action: Do not attempt to modify the SUB_PLAN attribute.
ORA-56701: INTERNAL_USE attribute of consumer group string cannot be modified
Cause: An attempt was made to modify the INTERNAL_USE attribute of the specified consumer group.
Action: Do not attempt to modify the INTERNAL_USE attribute.
ORA-56702: consumer group string is for internal use only and cannot be a switch target
Cause: An attempt was made to specify an INTERNAL_USE consumer group as a switch target.
Action: Do not attempt to switch to INTERNAL_USE consumer groups.
ORA-56703: VKTM process died unexpectedly
Cause: An explicit kill or internal error caused the death of VKTM background process.
Action: Restart the instance.
ORA-56704: EXPLICIT consumer group mapping priority must be set to 1
Cause: An attempt was made to set the EXPLICIT mapping priority to a value other than 1.
Action: Set the mapping priorities to unique integers within the documented range with the EXPLICT priority set to 1.
ORA-56705: I/O calibration already in progress
Cause: An attempt was made to run a second instance of I/O Calibration
Action: Wait until the first I/O calibration run is complete; then, retry the operation.
ORA-56706: The specified Resource Manager plan is a subplan and cannot be set as a top-level plan
Cause: An attempt was made to set a subplan as a top-level plan.
Action: Do not attempt to set subplans as top-level plans.
ORA-56707: INTERNAL_QUIESCE plan cannot be specified as a top-level Resource Manager plan
Cause: An attempt was made to specify INTERNAL_QUIESCE as a top-level Resource Manager plan.
Action: Do not attempt to set INTERNAL_QUIESCE as a Resource Manager plan.
ORA-56708: Could not find any datafiles with asynchronous i/o capability
Cause: There are no datafiles which are asynchronous I/O capable.
Action: Make sure asynchronous i/o is permitted to datafiles.
ORA-56709: timed_statistics set to FALSE
Cause: timed_statistics parameter in database is set to FALSE. Needs to be enabled for calibration.
Action: set timed_statistics=TRUE in init.ora or "alter system set timed_statistics=TRUE"
ORA-56710: DBRM process died unexpectedly
Cause: An explicit kill or internal error caused the death of the DBRM background process.
Action: Restart the instance.
ORA-56711: string is an invalid string argument
Cause: The named argument is invalid.
Action: Specify a valid argument for this procedure.
ORA-56713: Insufficient Resource Manager privileges
Cause: An attempt was made to switch the consumer group of a user without the appropriate privilege.
Action: Ask the database administrator to perform the switch operation or grant switch or system privilege to the user.
ORA-56714: Plan name string exceeds the maximum length allowed
Cause: Plan name is greater than 30 characters long.
Action: Do not exceed 30 characters when naming a resource plan.
ORA-56715: string resource plan contains a reserved word
Cause: The specified plan name is prefixed with a reserved prefix such as FORCE or SCHED.
Action: Do not prefix resource plan name with FORCE or SCHED.
ORA-56716: Category string does not exist
Cause: A non-existent category was specified as an argument to a procedure in the package, DBMS_RESOURCE_MANAGER.
Action: Specify an existing category name or create a new category with this name.
ORA-56717: SWITCH_TIME is set without specifying SWITCH_GROUP
Cause: The plan directive specifies a SWITCH_TIME without a SWITCH_GROUP.
Action: Specify a SWITCH_GROUP parameter in the plan directive.
ORA-56718: Timeout occurred while setting resource plan
Cause: A timeout occurred while waiting for one or more RAC instances to set the resource plan.
Action: Since the resource plan may have actually been set successfully, first check the current resource plan for each instance by querying gv$rsrc_plan. If the resource plan was not successfully set on all instances, then retry the operation.
ORA-56719: Error spawning or communicating with calibration slave
Cause: An error occurred in calibration slave process - Calibration process aborted.
Action: Review trace files for errors.
ORA-56720: I/O data limit exceeded - call aborted
Cause: The Resource Manager SWITCH_IO_MEGABYTES limit was exceeded.
Action: Reduce the complexity of the update or query, or contact your database administrator for more information.
ORA-56721: I/O data limit exceeded - session terminated
Cause: The Resource Manager SWITCH_IO_MEGABYTES limit was exceeded.
Action: Reduce the complexity of the update or query, or contact your database administrator for more information.
ORA-56722: I/O request limit exceeded - call aborted
Cause: The Resource Manager SWITCH_IO_REQS limit was exceeded.
Action: Reduce the complexity of the update or query, or contact your database administrator for more information.
ORA-56723: I/O request limit exceeded - session terminated
Cause: The Resource Manager SWITCH_IO_REQS limit was exceeded.
Action: Reduce the complexity of the update or query, or contact your database administrator for more information.
ORA-56725: Could not spawn additional calibration slaves
Cause: An error occurred when spawning calibration slave process - Calibration process aborted.
Action: Check OS resources required for spawning processes
ORA-56800: DSKM process died unexpectedly
Cause: An explicit kill or internal error caused the death of the DSKM background process.
Action: Restart the instance.
ORA-56865: Invalid IP address in OSSINIT.ORA
Cause: One or more of the specified IP addresses in OSSINIT.ORA is not valid.
Action: Check that all IP addresses in OSSINIT.ORA are valid.
ORA-56866: No IP parameter
Cause: No IP address is set in OSSINIT.ORA.
Action: Check that one or more valid IP addresses are set in OSSINIT.ORA.
ORA-56900: bind variable is not supported inside pivot|unpivot operation
Cause: Attempted to use bind variables inside pivot|unpivot operation.
Action: This is not supported.
ORA-56901: non-constant expression is not allowed for pivot|unpivot values
Cause: Attempted to use non-constant expression for pivot|unpivot values.
Action: Use constants for pivot|unpivot values.
ORA-56902: expect aggregate function inside pivot operation
Cause: Attempted to use non-aggregate expression inside pivot operation.
Action: Use aggregate function.
ORA-56903: sys_op_pivot function is not allowed here
Cause: invalid use of sys_op_pivot function.
Action: Remove sys_op_pivot function.
ORA-56904: pivot value must have datatype that is convertible to pivot column
Cause: Datatype of pivot value is not convertible to the datatype of pivot column.
Action: Check and correct pivot value.
ORA-56950: Invalid value for incident identifier
Cause: Invalid incident identifier argument passed.
Action: Check and correct the identifier
ORA-56971: Invalid set of export options
Cause: The options specified are inconsistent
Action: Check and a consistent set of option parameters
ORA-56972: referenced file not found
Cause: One of the file specified in the test case package is mising
Action: rebuild the SQL test case or make sure that all the referenced files are readable and located in the same directory as the SQL test case manifest.
ORA-56973: import options do not match export options
Cause: The import options specified do not match the export options
Action: Check that import is being invoked with the same values for options like export environment, export data and export metadata
ORA-56974: Invalid set of import options
Cause: The import options specified are inconsistent
Action: Check that import options are consistent and have valid values