48 LFI-00002 to LFI-01523

LFI-00002: Out of memory. string
Cause: The File IO package failed in trying to dynamically allocate memory. function name is used for additional comments to indicate where, when and why the error occured.
Action: Perform whatever actions necessary to make more memory available to the executing program.
LFI-00003: Internal exception code. icode = [string], [string].
Cause: Unknown - indicated by parameters. The first '%s' gives the internal exception code; the second is for any other additional comments.
Action: Report to the appropriate development group
LFI-00004: Call to string failed.
Cause: A function call has failed. This error is a generic message to show that the exception has occurred in a particular function function name. This allows the client to know the trace runtime calling sequence by examining the exception stack.
Action: See the accompanying error messages for more information.
LFI-00005: Free some memory failed in string.
Cause: A call to free some memory in function function name has failed.
Action: See the accompanying error messages for more information and contact Oracle Worldwide Support immediately.
LFI-00006: Invalid parameter to function string.
Cause: The function was called with an invalid parameter.
Action: Check the function call to make sure that the correct parameters are being passed.
LFI-00007: NLSRTL's call failed. string.
Cause: LX calls return failure
Action: Check if our parameters are correct. Contact the appropriate group immediately if we parameters are valid.
LFI-00008: SLTS's initializing/terminating mutex failed for string.
Cause: SLTS's call return failure in function '%s'.
Action: Contact the appropriate development group.
LFI-00100: Unable to perform operation, file not opened in string.
Cause: The file has not been successfully opened at the time the operation is attempted.
Action: Check to make sure that the file exists (for read) or that the program has access to the write a file (for write). It is also possible that the file was just never opened
LFI-00101: Write failed, file cannot be written to.
Cause: The buffer write operation failed. Possibly due to incorrect parameters being passed in.
Action: Check the underlying error for more information.
LFI-00102: Unable to seek in sequentially accessed file.
Cause: The file was opened with the flag LFILFA_SEQ for sequential file operations. Use seek only on files that are opened with the LFILFA_RANDOM flag for random access.
Action: Check to see how the file is being opened and accessed and make the two operations consistent (that is, make them both operations either sequential or random).
LFI-00103: Seek operation failed.
Cause: The buffer seek operation failed. Probably due to incorrect parameters or flags.
Action: Check syntax of the seek command and retry the operation.
LFI-00104: Read operation failed.
Cause: The buffer read operation failed. Probably due to incorrect parameters or flags.
Action: Check syntax of the read command and retry the operation.
LFI-00105: Unable to add path.
Cause: One of the following might have caused the error: the current path might not be in the proper format the directory might not be in the proper format the name object might not have been initialized properly
Action: Check the format of the current path and the new directory; check that the name object was initialized properly.
LFI-00106: Path object holds more than one path.
Cause: The path object passed to lfippth() holds more than one path.
Action: Make sure that the path object used in lfippth() holds only one path.
LFI-00107: Open does not expect the file [string][string] to exist.
Cause: The flags specified for the open indicate that the file does not exist. However, the file does exist.
Action: Check to make sure that the options that were specified for the file are correct and that you do not expect that the file should exist. If so then find out why the file does exist.
LFI-00108: Open expect the file [string][string] to exist.
Cause: The flags specified for the open indicate that the file the file to exist and it does not.
Action: Check to make sure that the options that were specified for the file are correct and that you expect that the file should exist. If so then find out why the file doesn't.
LFI-00109: Unable to open file [string][string]. string.
Cause: Either: the process does not have the proper access rights to open the file the file is already open
Action: Check to make sure the proper access permissions are assigned. If they are and the file still cannot be opened, then contact Oracle Worldwide Support.
LFI-00110: Unable to initialize the Buffer Manager.
Cause: The Buffer Manager initialization routine failed; probably because memory was exhausted.
Action: See the accompanying error messages for more information.
LFI-00111: No other flags allowed in fixed length format.
Cause: The function lfigfo() was called with an invalid File ID Descriptor. The valid File ID Descriptors are LFISTDIN, LFISTDOUT, and LFISTDERR.
Action: Check the call to lfigfo() to make sure it is correct.
LFI-00113: Unable to initialize the Standard File object string.
Cause: The call to open the standard file object failed.
Action: Check the underlying errors for more information.
LFI-00114: Append is not allowed with string.
Cause: Attempting to append using certain options.
Action: Check the flag options to verify its usage.
LFI-00115: Buffer free failed.
Cause: Probably do to the buffer flush failing.
Action: See the accompanying error messages for more information.
LFI-00116: Unable to close file in operation string.
Cause: The file close operation failed.
Action: See the accompanying error messages for more information.
LFI-00117: Unable to rename file.
Cause: The rename operation failed. Rename is called when we are protecting a file by operating on a temp file.
Action: Check to make sure that the process has the correct access rights to perform a rename.
LFI-00118: Unable to change type to Unknown.
Cause: The function lfichty() was called to change the file extension to LFIEXUNK (Unknown). This is not a valid operation.
Action: Check why you are doing this. If the extension is already unknown then you do not need to do this. If you just want no extension then use the extension type LFIEXNONE.
LFI-00119: Unable to Abort an Unprotected file.
Cause: The Abort function lfiabt() was called on a file that was not opened as a protected file. As such the abort operation is not valid.
Action: Check to see if you intended to open the file as a protected file.
LFI-00120: Unable to parse root filename string.
Cause: The root filename that was given to lfimknam() is not in a format that this platform understands.
Action: Check the format of the filename and retry the operation.
LFI-00121: Only one of REPLACE, or PROT allowed for opty.
Cause: Two or more of the following open type options were specified for the lfilini() function: LFILOPTY_REPLACE, or LFILOPTY_PROT.
Action: Remove one or more the of options such that you are only passing in one of the three.
LFI-00122: Can only delete a file if we create it.
Cause: The delete file flag was specified for a file that was not created by this file operation. The ability to delete a file is not portable. As such the only deletion that is allowed by this package is if we know we want to delete the file when we create it.
Action: You can only delete a file that you create. If you need to delete a file that you do not create then you will have to find another means of doing so.
LFI-00123: Cannot access file Sequentially and Randomly.
Cause: Both the LFILFA_SEQ (sequential) and LFILFA_RANDOM (random) flags were specified during the file object creation. This is not allowed. Only one of the two may be specified.
Action: Choose how you wish to access the file. If you choose random you can still access sequentially by just not using the repositioning functions.
LFI-00124: No access mode was specified, default is sequential.
Cause: Neither LFILFA_SEQ (sequential) or LFILFA_RANDOM (random) were specified during file object creation.
Action: The default is sequential but this should be explicitly set.
LFI-00125: Random access only allowed on fixed length record files.
Cause: The LFILFA_RANDOM flag was specified on a file that was not organized into fixed-length records. Random access is only allowed on fixed-length record files.
Action: Determine if the organization of your data needs to be in variable-length records and if you need to have random access to the file. If both conditions are true then you might need to buffer the entire file or enough of it to remove your need for random access. Another option is to close and rescan the file although this is not the optimal solution.
LFI-00126: Record format can only be one of Fixed or Variable.
Cause: Both LFILRF_FIXED (fixed) and LFILRF_VAR (variable) were specified during file object creation. Only one of the two is allowed for a given file.
Action: Determine how the file is organized and choose the option that matches.
LFI-00127: No Record Format was specified, default is variable.
Cause: Neither LFILRF_FIXED (fixed) or LFILRF_VAR (variable) were specified for record format. One of the two must be specified for each file.
Action: The default is LFILRF_VAR, but this should be explicitly set during file object creation.
LFI-00128: Carriage Control is only valid for Standard file objects.
Cause: The Carriage Control option is only valid for the standard file objects (LFISTDIN, LFISTDOUT, LFISTDERR). You may not specify this option for any other type of file.
Action: Choose between LFILRF_FIXED and LFILRF_VAR for the record format.
LFI-00129: Invalid option string were specified on an input only file.
Cause: The file was opened as input only but the output mode option LFILRF_WR_ASIS or delete option LFLOPTY_DELETE was specified.
Action: Check to see how you intend to open this file and make the necessary changes.
LFI-00130: Input option specified on output only file.
Cause: The file was opened as output only but one of the input mode options (LFILRF_READ_NL or LFILRF_FORCE_NL) or was specified.
Action: Check to see how you intend to open this file and make the necessary changes.
LFI-00131: No open type specified.
Cause: The file object was created without an open type (that is, LFILOPTY_INPUT, LFILOPTY_OUTPUT, etc.).
Action: Decide how the file should be accessed and specify one of the open types.
LFI-00132: Record length string is greater than max length of string.
Cause: The record length specified for the file is greater than the max supported by this platform.
Action: Decrease the record length.
LFI-00133: Trying to create file string that already exists.
Cause: The file object was initialized with LFILOPTY_OUTPUT and without LFILOPTY_REPLACE and yet a file by this name already exists.
Action: Check to make sure that you are creating the right file. If you intend to overwrite the file if it exists that specify the replace option LFILOPTY_REPLACE when initializing the file object.
LFI-00134: Unable to protect a file for an append operation.
Cause: The LFILOPTY_APPEND and LFILOPTY_PROT options were both specified for the file. This is currently not allowed because it would require copying the entire file at open time.
Action: Decide if you really need to protect the file for append. If so then think about making a copy of it before appending.
LFI-00135: Unable to remove temporary file.
Cause: A temporary file was created to protect a file and when the the tempfile was nolonger needed it LFI attempted to remove it and was unable to do so.
Action: Check the permissions and where the temp files are being created.
LFI-00136: Unable to change type of open file.
Cause: The function lfichty() was called on an opened file.
Action: This is a bug in the client code. lfichty() cannot be used in this case.
LFI-00137: Unable to perform string on a file object that is string.
Cause: Unable to perform an LFI operation on a file object for the given reason.
Action: Take the appropriate corrective measure. For example if a file is supposed to be opened before the operation can be performed, client code will need to open the file first.
LFI-00138: Unable to perform string on a name object that is string.
Cause: Unable to perform an LFI operation on a name object for the given reason.
Action: Take the appropriate corrective measure.
LFI-00139: Option string cannot be used with option string in calling string.
Cause: First option cannot be used with second option in such a function call.
Action: Re-examine code to determine which option is needed.
LFI-00140: Invalid option string were specified on input-output file.
Cause: The file was opened as input-output and one of the mode options (LFIOPTY_DELETE or non-LFIOPTY_RANDOM) was specified.
Action: Check to see how you intend to open this file and make the necessary changes.
LFI-00141: Unable to abort file in operation string.
Cause: The abort operation failed.
Action: Check the underlying errors for more information.
LFI-00142: Unable to delete an existing file [string][string] not owned by Oracle.
Cause: The file was not created by Oracle.
Action: Change owner of file to Oracle or give Oracle access privileges to delete it.
LFI-00143: Unable to delete non-existent file string.
Cause: The file to be deleted does not exist.
Action: Check the underlying errors for more information.
LFI-00144: File [string][string] does not exist
Cause: The file does not exist.
Action: Check to make sure the file exists and retry the operation.
LFI-00145: User buffer too short.
Cause: The buffer that was passed is not large enough.
Action: Allocate a larger buffer and retry the operation.
LFI-00146: copy does not expect the file string.string to exist
Cause: We are expecting the destination file not to exist and it does.
Action: Find out why the file does exist.
LFI-00147: File string.string does not exist
Cause: The file does not exist.
Action: Check to make sure the file exists and retry the operation.
LFI-00148: string can be called only on files opened in byte mode
Cause: A routine that should be used only for files in byte mode was called for a file that was opened in record mode
Action: In order to use this function, the file should be opened in byte mode.
LFI-00149: Error on destroying hash table in function string
Cause: We were expecting the cache path object and it does not.
Action: In order to use this function, the path object should be cache path object.
LFI-00150: Error on creating hash table in function string
Cause: routine failed to create path object hash table
Action: make sure that startsize <= LHTQMAXSLOTS
LFI-00151: Error on inserting into hash table in function string
Cause: routine failed to insert into hash table
Action: make sure there is enough memory for allocation and that the hash table exists.
LFI-00152: Read operation (byte mode) failed.
Cause: Byte mode read operation failed. Probably due to incorrect parameters or flags, or trying to read beyond end of file.
Action: Check syntax of the read command and size of file.
LFI-01000: Unable to write line to file.
Cause: The file being written to may no longer be open or we may have reached the end of the file.
Action: Examine underlying errors for more information.
LFI-01001: Unable to write string bytes to file.
Cause: The file being written to may no longer be open or we may have reached the end of the file.
Action: Examine underlying errors for more information.
LFI-01002: Unable to read line from file.
Cause: The file being read from may no longer be open.
Action: Examine underlying errors for more information.
LFI-01003: Unable to read string bytes from file.
Cause: The file being read from may no longer be open.
Action: See the accompanying error messages for more information.
LFI-01004: Unable to empty buffer.
Cause: The buffer manager is probably unable to write to the underlying file.
Action: Examine underlying errors for more information.
LFI-01005: Unable to fill buffer.
Cause: The buffer manager is probably unable to read from the underlying file.
Action: See the accompanying error messages for more information.
LFI-01006: File ends in partial character in string.
Cause: A line ends in a partial character.
Action: Examine underlying errors for more information.
LFI-01007: Line is too long; encountered in function string.
Cause: The length of the line exceeds the maximum length.
Action: Examine underlying errors for more information.
LFI-01500: Error condition on call to OSD function string.
Cause: An error condition arises in calling an OSD function. This message occurs if calls to malloc or free functions failed.
Action: Contact Oracle Worldwide Support.
LFI-01501: tmpnam() fails to generate temporary file name.
Cause: Operating system was unable to create temporary file name.
Action: Contact the development organization.
LFI-01502: Base filename does not exist.
Cause: The filename that was parsed had no base file. It was either all path or extension.
Action: Check the filename being passed in to make sure it is correct.
LFI-01503: Max filename size exceeded generating filename.
Cause: While building a filename we exceeded the buffer allocated to hold the new filename.
Action: Contact the development organization.
LFI-01504: fseek() failed(OSD return value = string) in string.
Cause: The function fseek() returned an error condition.
Action: Contact Oracle Worldwide Support.
LFI-01505: fclose() failed(OSD return value = string) in string.
Cause: The function fclose() returned an error condition.
Action: Contact Oracle Worldwide Support.
LFI-01506: fflush() failed(OSD return value = string).
Cause: The function fflush() returned an error condition.
Action: Contact the development organization.
LFI-01507: fwrite() failed(OSD return value = string) in string.
Cause: File pointer may be null or may not be opened for write.
Action: Contact the development organization.
LFI-01508: access() failed.
Cause: Call to access() failed.
Action: Contact the development organization.
LFI-01509: fopen() failed(OSD return value = string).
Cause: Call to fopen() failed.
Action: Contact Oracle Worldwide Support.
LFI-01510: fread() failed(OSD return value = string) in string.
Cause: Call to fread() failed.
Action: Contact Oracle Worldwide Support.
LFI-01511: unlink() failed(OSD errno = string) in string.
Cause: Call to unlink() failed.
Action: Contact the development organization.
LFI-01512: stat() failed
Cause: Call to stat() failed.
Action: Contact Oracle Worldwide Support.
LFI-01514: ftell() failed in string
Cause: The ftell() function returned an error.
Action: Contact Oracle Worldwide Support.
LFI-01515: truncate() failed.
Cause: The function truncate() returned an error condition.
Action: Contact the development organization.
LFI-01516: read() failed (OSD return value = string) in string.
Cause: Call to read() failed.
Action: Contact the development organization.
LFI-01517: open() failed(OSD return value = string).
Cause: Call to open() failed.
Action: Contact the development organization.
LFI-01518: write() failed(OSD return value = string) in string.
Cause: Call to write() failed.
Action: Contact the development organization.
LFI-01519: llseek() failed(OSD return value = string) in string.
Cause: The llseek() function returned an error.
Action: Contact Oracle Worldwide Support.
LFI-01520: close() failed(OSD return value = string) in string.
Cause: The function close() returned an error condition.
Action: Contact the development organization.
LFI-01521: fsync() failed(OSD return value = string) in string.
Cause: The function fsync() returned an error condition.
Action: Contact the development organization.
LFI-01522: opendir() failed.
Cause: The function opendir() returned an error condition.
Action: Contact the development organization.
LFI-01523: rename() failed.
Cause: A call to lficstd() had failed.
Action: Contact development service