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16 ORA-24280 to ORA-28674

ORA-24280: invalid input value for parameter string
Cause: The parameter has been provided a negative, out of range, or NULL input value.
Action: Correct the input value such that it is valid, and is within the range as specified in the documentation.
ORA-24281: invalid access past the maximum size of LOB parameter string
Cause: The value of positional or size parameters exceeds the maximum allowed LOB size of 4 Gigabytes.
Action: Correct the input values for amount and offset such that their sum is less than or equal to 4 Gigabytes. If error occurs in a read or write loop, check the looping conditions and/or offset increments.
ORA-24292: no more tables permitted in this sorted hash cluster
Cause: A sorted hash cluster only supports a maximum of 2 tables
Action: None
ORA-24295: max key length (string) for sorted hash cluster exceeded
Cause: Sorted hash clusters have a maximum key size
Action: None
ORA-24300: bad value for mode
Cause: An undefined mode value was specified.
Action: Check that the correct mode is selected and that an allowed value for that mode is specified.
ORA-24301: null host specified in thread-safe logon
Cause: An HDA was not specified in the logon call while running in a thread safe environment.
Action: Make sure that HDA is not NULL when calling the logon routine.
ORA-24302: host connection in use by another thread
Cause: An attempt was made to use the host connection while it was in use by another thread.
Action: Wait for another thread to finish before using this connection.
ORA-24303: call not supported in non-deferred linkage
Cause: One of the calls that is supported in deferred mode linkage exclusively was invoked when the client was linked non-deferred.
Action: Use this call in deferred mode of linkage.
ORA-24304: datatype not allowed for this call
Cause: Data of this datatype cannot be sent or fetched in pieces.
Action: Use other bind or define calls for this datatype.
ORA-24305: bad bind or define context
Cause: The call was executed on a cursor for which this is invalid.
Action: Verify that this call is valid for this cursor. For example, Get piece information and set piece information are valid on a cursor if appropriate binds and defines have been done on this cursor.
ORA-24306: bad buffer for piece
Cause: A zero length buffer or a null buffer pointer was provided.
Action: Verify that the buffer pointing to this piece or its length is non-zero. The buffer pointer for the next piece or its length can be zero if it is the last piece to be inserted and there are no more data for the column.
ORA-24307: invalid length for piece
Cause: The length of the piece exceeded the maximum possible size.
Action: Verify that the length of this piece and the cumulative length of all the previous pieces is not more than the desired value supplied by the application.
ORA-24308: illegal define position
Cause: Call to modify attributes was done for a non-existent position
Action: Verify that a define has been done for this position
ORA-24309: already connected to a server
Cause: This server handle is already attached to a server.
Action: Disconnect from the server and then retry the call to establish a connection.
ORA-24310: length specified for null connect string
Cause: The connect string is null, but a length was specified for it.
Action: Set length to zero if connect string is null.
ORA-24311: memory initialization failed
Cause: Cannot initialize user memory.
Action: Contact customer support.
ORA-24312: illegal parameters specified for allocating user memory
Cause: An illegal size or null pointer was specified for user memory.
Action: Specify a legal size and a valid pointer for user memory.
ORA-24313: user already authenticated
Cause: A user has already been authenticated on this service handle.
Action: Terminate the service context before using it for another user.
ORA-24314: service handle not initialized
Cause: The server context does not done exist.
Action: Establish the server context in the service context.
ORA-24315: illegal attribute type
Cause: An illegal attribute type was specified for the handle.
Action: Consult user manual to specify an attribute valid for this handle.
ORA-24316: illegal handle type
Cause: An illegal handle type was specified.
Action: Consult user manual to specify a valid handle type.
ORA-24317: define handle used in a different position
Cause: A define was done with an existing handle on a different position.
Action: Specify the same position as before on a re-define.
ORA-24318: call not allowed for scalar data types
Cause: This call is valid only for object types.
Action: Verify that the data-type for this variable is an object type
ORA-24319: unable to allocate memory
Cause: Process was unable to allocate memory to store diagnostics.
Action: Terminate other processes in order to reclaim needed memory.
ORA-24320: unable to initialize a mutex
Cause: An attempt to initialize a mutex failed.
Action: Contact customer support.
ORA-24321: inconsistent parameters passed
Cause: One of the three memory function pointers is null or non-null.
Action: Verify that either all the memory functions are null or non-null.
ORA-24322: unable to delete an initialized mutex
Cause: An attempt to delete an initialized mutex failed.
Action: Contact customer support.
ORA-24323: value not allowed
Cause: A null value or a bogus value was passed in for a mandatory parameter.
Action: Verify that all mandatory parameters are properly initialized.
ORA-24324: service handle not initialized
Cause: An attempt was made to use an improper service context handle.
Action: Verify that the service context handle has all the parameters initialized prior to this call.
ORA-24325: this OCI operation is not currently allowed
Cause: An attempt was made to use a context handle outside its scope.
Action: Verify that the context handle is set to a service context handle that has been converted to a logon data area for other OCI calls. The logon data area must be converted back to a service context before it can be used.
ORA-24326: handle passed in is already initialized
Cause: An attempt was made to pass an initialized handle.
Action: Verify that the parameter passed in to retrieve a handle does not already point to a handle.
ORA-24327: need explicit attach before authenticating a user
Cause: A server context must be initialized before creating a session.
Action: Create and initialize a server handle.
ORA-24328: illegal attribute value
Cause: The attribute value passed in is illegal.
Action: Consult the users manual and specify a legal attribute value for the handle.
ORA-24329: invalid character set identifier
Cause: The character set identifier specifed is invalid
Action: Specify a valid character set identifier in the OCI call.
ORA-24330: internal OCI error
Cause: An internal OCI error has occurred.
Action: Please contact Oracle customer support.
ORA-24331: user buffer too small
Cause: The user buffer to contain the output data is too small.
Action: Specify a bigger buffer.
ORA-24332: invalid object type
Cause: An invalid object type is requested for the describe call.
Action: Specify a valid object type to the describe call.
ORA-24333: zero iteration count
Cause: An iteration count of zero was specified for the statement
Action: Specify the number of times this statement must be executed
ORA-24334: no descriptor for this position
Cause: The application is trying to get a descriptor from a handle for an illegal position.
Action: Check the position number.
ORA-24335: cannot support more than 1000 columns
Cause: The number of columns exceeds the maximum number supported.
Action: None
ORA-24336: invalid result set descriptor
Cause: The result set descriptor should have valid data fetched into it before it can be converted to a statement handle
Action: Fetch valid data into the descriptor before attempting to convert it into a statement handle
ORA-24337: statement handle not prepared
Cause: A statement cannot be executed before making preparing a request.
Action: Prepare a statement before attempting to execute it.
ORA-24338: statement handle not executed
Cause: A fetch or describe was attempted before executing a statement handle.
Action: Execute a statement and then fetch or describe the data.
ORA-24339: cannot set server group name after connecting to server
Cause: An attempt was made to set the server group in a server handle after connecting to the server. However, once the connection is established to a server, the server group name cannot be set anymore.
Action: Attach to the server after setting the server group name in the server handle.
ORA-24340: cannot support more than 255 columns
Cause: The number of columns exceeds maximum supported by the server.
Action: Limit your operation to 255 columns.
ORA-24341: bad mode specified
Cause: OCI_ENV_NO_MUTEX mode was specified for a non-threaded client.
Action: OCI_ENV_NO_MUTEX may be specified when OCI_THREADED had been specified at process initialization.
ORA-24342: unable to destroy a mutex
Cause: An attempt to destroy a mutex failed.
Action: None
ORA-24343: user defined callback error
Cause: The only valid return value for a user defined callback function is OCI_CONTINUE or OCI_ROWCBK_DONE. Any other value will cause this error.
Action: Please insure that OCI_CONTINUE or OCI_ROWCBK_DONE is returned from the user defined callback function.
ORA-24344: success with compilation error
Cause: A sql/plsql compilation error occurred.
Action: Return OCI_SUCCESS_WITH_INFO along with the error code
ORA-24345: A Truncation or null fetch error occurred
Cause: A truncation or a null fetch error"
Action: Please ensure that the buffer size is long enough to store the returned data.
ORA-24346: cannot execute without binding variables
Cause: None of the bind variables in the SQL statement are bound.
Action: Please bind all the variables before the execute is done.
ORA-24347: Warning of a NULL column in an aggregate function
Cause: A null column was processed by an aggregate function
Action: An OCI_SUCCESS_WITH_INFO is returned.
ORA-24348: Update or Delete without Where
Cause: An update or delete was executed without where clause
Action: An OCI_SUCCESS_WITH_INFO is returned.
ORA-24350: OCI call not allowed
Cause: OCI used is not permitted from external procedures.
Action: Refer to user manual for usage restrictions.
ORA-24351: invalid date passed into OCI call
Cause: A bad date was passed into one of the OCI calls.
Action: Check your date bind values and correct them.
ORA-24352: invalid COBOL display type passed into OCI call
Cause: A bad COBOL display type was passed into one of the OCI calls.
Action: Check your COBOL display type bind values and correct them.
ORA-24353: user buffer too small to accommodate COBOL display type
Cause: User supplied buffer for a COBOL display type was too small to accommodate fetched number.
Action: Increase the allocation for COBOL display type buffer.
ORA-24354: number fetched too large to fit in COBOL display type buffer.
Cause: The number fetched was beyond the range that can be displayed.
Action: Please check the number in the database.
ORA-24355: attempt to store a negative number in an Unsigned Display type.
Cause: An attempt was made to convert a negative number into an unsigned display type.
Action: Please check the number in the database or change the defined datatype.
ORA-24356: internal error while converting from to COBOL display type.
Cause: An internal error was encountered during conversion to COBOL display type.
Action: Contact customer support.
ORA-24357: internal error while converting from to OCIDate.
Cause: An internal error was encountered during conversion to OCIDate type.
Action: Contact customer support.
ORA-24358: OCIBindObject not invoked for a Object type or Reference
Cause: OCIBindObject was not invoked resulting in an incomplete bind specification for a Object Type or Reference.
Action: Please invoke the OCIBindObject call for all Object Types and References.
ORA-24359: OCIDefineObject not invoked for a Object type or Reference
Cause: OCIDefineObject was not invoked resulting in an incomplete bind specification for a Object Type or Reference.
Action: Please invoke the OCIDefineObject call for all Object Types and References.
ORA-24360: Type Descriptor Object not specified for Object Bind/Define
Cause: Type Descriptor Object is a mandatory parameter for Object Types Binds and Defines.
Action: Please invoke the OCIBindObject() or OCIDefineObject() call with a valid Type Descriptor Object.
ORA-24361: basic bind call not invoked before invoking advanced bind call
Cause: One of the basic bind calls was not invoked on this bind handle before performing an advanced bind call.
Action: Please invoke the advanced bind call on this bind handle only after performing a basic bind call.
ORA-24362: improper use of the character count flag
Cause: When the character count flag is set, then the maximum size of the buffer in the server should be specified as a non-zero value.
Action: Please use a non-zero value for the mamimum size of the buffer in the server.
ORA-24363: measurements in characters illegal here
Cause: Measurements in characters instead of bytes are illegal if either the server's or client's character set is varying width.
Action: If either the client's or server's character set is varying width then do not use the OCI_ATTR_CHAR_COUNT attribute for the bind handle. Use OCI_ATTR_MAXDATA_SIZE instead.
ORA-24364: internal error while padding blanks
Cause: An internal error has occurred while attempting to blank pad string data. This error should not occur normally.
Action: Contact customer support.
ORA-24365: error in character conversion
Cause: This usually occurs during conversion of a multibyte character data when the source data is abnormally terminated in the middle of a multibyte character.
Action: Make sure that all multibyte character data is properly terminated.
ORA-24366: migratable user handle is set in service handle
Cause: This occurs during user authentication, a migratable user handle has been set in the service handle.
Action: Service handle must not be set with migratable user handle when it is used to authenticate another user.
ORA-24367: user handle has not been set in service handle
Cause: This occurs during authentication of a migratable user. the service handle has not been set with non-migratable user handle.
Action: Service handle must be set with non-migratable user handle when it is used to authenticate a migratable user.
ORA-24368: OCI mutex counter non-zero when freeing a handle
Cause: This is an internal OCI error.
Action: Contact customer support.
ORA-24369: required callbacks not registered for one or more bind handles
Cause: No callbacks have been registered for one or more of the bind handles which are part of the RETURNING clause.
Action: The bind handles which are to receive data in a DML statememt with a RETURNING clause must have their mode set as DATA_AT_EXEC and callback functions must be registered for these bind handles using OCIBindDynamic.
ORA-24370: illegal piecewise operation attempted
Cause: Data of a certain datatype that does not support piecewise operation is being sent or fetched in pieces.
Action: Always set the piece value to OCI_ONE_PIECE for datatypes that does not support piecewise operation.
ORA-24371: data would not fit in current prefetch buffer
Cause: An internal OCI error has occurred.
Action: Please contact Oracle customer support.
ORA-24372: invalid object for describe
Cause: The object to be described is not valid. It either has compilation or authorization errors.
Action: The object to be described must be valid.
ORA-24373: invalid length specified for statement
Cause: The length specified for the statement is either 0 or too large.
Action: Specify a valid length for the statement.
ORA-24374: define not done before fetch or execute and fetch
Cause: The application did not define output variables for data being fetched before issuing a fetch call or invoking a fetch by specifying a non-zero row count in an execute call.
Action: Issue OCI define calls for the columns to be fetched.
ORA-24375: Cannot use V6 syntax when talking to a V8 server
Cause: V6 syntax is no longer supported in V8 server.
Action: Change syntax to V7 syntax or higher.
ORA-24376: cannot register/get user callback for non-environment handle
Cause: A user callback registration or get was attempted on a handle which is not an environment handle.
Action: Pass the environment handle to register/get user callback.
ORA-24377: invalid OCI function code
Cause: An invalid function code was used to register or get user callback"
Action: Use a valid OCI function code.
ORA-24378: user callbacks not allowed for this call
Cause: An attempt was made to register a user callback for an OCI call for which it not allowed to register user callbacks.
Action: Do not register user callback for this OCI call.
ORA-24379: invalid user callback type
Cause: An invalid type of user callback was specified.
Action: Specify a valid user callback type.
ORA-24380: invalid mode specification
Cause: The mode parameter in an OCI call is invalid
Action: Use only valid mode parameter
ORA-24381: error(s) in array DML
Cause: One or more rows failed in the DML.
Action: Refer to the error stack in the error handle.
ORA-24382: statement handled already executed or described
Cause: The Statement handle was executed or described successfuly before.
Action: Perform a OCIStmtPrepare again before OCI_PARSE_ONLY.
ORA-24383: Overflow segment of an IOT cannot be described
Cause: The name specified in the OCIDescribeAny call referred to an IOT overflow segment.
Action: Use OCIDescribeAny to describe only documented objects.
ORA-24384: Application context size is not initialized
Cause: The size of the application context must be initialized before populating each context element.
Action: Issue OCIAttrSet with OCI_ATTR_CTX_SIZE to initialize context size
ORA-24385: Application context size or index is not valid
Cause: The size or index of the application context must be non-zero and non-negative.
Action: Use an appropriate value for the size.
ORA-24386: statement/server handle is in use when being freed
Cause: This is an internal OCI error.
Action: The user should reset in-use flag in statement handle before freeing the handle.
ORA-24387: Invalid attach driver
Cause: Trying to attach using the wrong driver
Action: Relink the application in the right mode
ORA-24388: Unsupported functionality in fast path mode
Cause: Feature not supported in fast path mode
Action: Avoid using the functionality in this mode
ORA-24389: Invalid scrollable fetch parameters
Cause: All the requested rows in this fetch could not be received.
Action: Check the fetch orientation, scroll offset, OCI_ATTR_CURRENT_POSITION and number of rows in OCIStmtFetch2 call. If required, change some of above parameters and fetch again.
ORA-24390: Unsupported scrollable cursor operation
Cause: The scrollable cursor execute or fetch has failed.
Action: Check the documentation for supported types, and other restrictions while using scrollable cursors.
ORA-24391: invalid fetch operation
Cause: Scrollable cursor operation requested with non-scrollable cursor.
Action: Check if the statement was executed in the scrollable mode. Else the only acceptable orientation is OCI_FETCH_NEXT that ignores the scroll offset parameter.
ORA-24392: no connection pool to associate server handle
Cause: OCIServerAttach called in OCI_POOL mode but no connection pool found to associate the server handle.
Action: 1) Verify that OCIConnectionPoolCreate is called before calling OCIServerAttach. 2) Verify that the database link specified in OCIServerAttach matches with that of the connection pool database link.
ORA-24393: invalid mode for creating connection pool
Cause: Mode specified in OCIConnectionPoolCreate is invalid.
Action: Use a valid mode.
ORA-24394: invalid mode for destroying connection pool
Cause: Mode specified in OCIConnectionPoolDestroy is invalid.
Action: Use a valid mode.
ORA-24395: cannot reinitialize non-existent pool
Cause: OCIConnectionPoolCreate was not called in OCI_DEFAULT mode for this pool handle.
Action: Create a connection pool prior to reinitializing it.
ORA-24396: invalid attribute set in server handle
Cause: Attribute OCI_ATTR_NONBLOCKING_MODE has been set on the server handle and attached in OCI_POOL mode. Connection pooling does not support non blocking mode.
Action: Do not set the OCI_ATTR_NONBLOCKING_MODE attribute on the server handle while attaching in OCI_POOL mode.
ORA-24397: error occured while trying to free connections
Cause: An internal error occured while trying to free connections.
Action: Contact customer support.
ORA-24398: connection pool already exists
Cause: A connection pool has already been created for the specified pool handle.
Action: 1) Specify a different pool handle to create a new connection pool. 2) If you wish to modify the pool parameters, call OCIConnectionPoolCreate in OCI_CPOOL_REINITIALIZE mode.
ORA-24399: invalid number of connections specified
Cause: An invalid combination of minimum, maximum and increment number of connections was specified in the OCIConnectionPoolCreate call.
Action: Specify a valid combination of parameters.
ORA-24400: error occured while creating connections in the pool
Cause: The database link specified in OCIConnectionPoolCreate might be an invalid one.
Action: Specify a valid database link.
ORA-24401: cannot open further connections
Cause: Sufficient number of connections are not present in the pool to execute the call. No new connections can be opened as the connMax parameter supplied in OCIConnectionPoolCreate has been reached.
Action: Call OCIConnectionPoolCreate in OCI_CPOOL_REINITIALIZE mode and increase the value of the connMax parameter.
ORA-24402: error occured while creating connections in the pool
Cause: The username and password specified in OCIConnectionPoolCreate might be invalid.
Action: Specify a valid username and password.
ORA-24403: error occured while trying to destroy the connection pool
Cause: Some connections in the pool were busy when an attempt to destroy the connection pool was made.
Action: Ensure no connections from the pool are being used.
ORA-24404: connection pool does not exist
Cause: An attempt was made to use the connection pool before creating it.
Action: Create the connection pool.
ORA-24405: error occured while trying to create connections in the pool
Cause: An internal error occured while creating connections in the pool.
Action: Contact customer support.
ORA-24406: API mode switch is disallowed when a call is in progress.
Cause: A mode switch from OCI8 to OCI7 was attempted in a callback.
Action: The user should perform the API mode switch either prior to initiating the top call or after the main call is done.
ORA-24407: connection pool already exists
Cause: A connection pool has already been created for the specified pool name.
Action: Specify a different pool name to create a new connection pool.
ORA-24408: could not generate unique server group name
Cause: An internal error occured while generating unique server group name.
Action: Contact customer support.
ORA-24409: client cannot understand the object
Cause: The client cannot process all the new features in the object.
Action: Upgrade the client so that features like inheritance and SQLJ objects can be used.
ORA-24410: scrollable cursor max size exceeded
Cause: Result set size exceeded the max limits.
Action: Check the documentation for allowable maximum result set size for scrollable cursors. Re-execute with a smaller expected result set size or make the cursor non-scrollable.
ORA-24411: Session pool already exists.
Cause: A session pool has already been created for the specified pool handle.
Action: 1) Specify a different pool handle to create a new session pool. 2) If you wish to modify the pool parameters, call OCISessionPoolCreate in OCI_SPOOL_REINITIALIZE mode.
ORA-24412: Cannot reinitialize non-existent pool
Cause: OCISessionPoolCreate was not called in OCI_DEFAULT mode for this pool handle.
Action: Create a session pool prior to reinitializing it.
ORA-24413: Invalid number of sessions specified
Cause: An invalid combination of minimum, maximum and increment number of sessions was specified in the OCISessionPoolCreate call.
Action: Specify a valid combination of parameters.
ORA-24414: Only number sessions could be started.
Cause: The number of sessions specified by the minSess parameter of OCISessionPoolCreate could not be started, possibly because the value supplied was larger than that supported by the server."
Action: This is a warning. Check the maximum number of sessions allowed on the server.
ORA-24415: Missing or null username.
Cause: Username and password must be specified when pool is created in this mode.
Action: Specify a valid username and password.
ORA-24416: Invalid session Poolname was specified.
Cause: An attempt was made to use a Session Pool that does not exist.
Action: Create a Session Pool before using it.
ORA-24417: Session pool size has exceeded the maximum limit
Cause: The number of sessions has exceeded the maximum size of the Session Pool.
Action: This is a warning. You can tune the session pool with appropriate minimum and maximum parameters.
ORA-24418: Cannot open further sessions.
Cause: Sufficient number of sessions are not present in the pool to execute the call. No new sessions can be opened as the sessMax parameter supplied in OCISessionPoolCreate has been reached.
Action: Call OCISessionPoolCreate in OCI_SPOOL_REINITIALIZE mode and increase the value of the sessMax parameter.
ORA-24419: Proxy sessions are not supported in this mode.
Cause: A proxy session was requested for from a Session Pool which does not support proxy sessions.
Action: Do not specify mode OCI_CRED_PROXY.
ORA-24420: OCISessionRelease must be used to release this session.
Cause: The session was retrieved using OCISessionGet, and an attempt has been made to release it using a call other than OCISessionRelease.
Action: Call OCISessionRelease.
ORA-24421: OCISessionRelease cannot be used to release this session.
Cause: The session was not retrieved using OCISessionGet, and an attempt has been made to release it using OCISessionRelease.
Action: Release the session using an appropriate call.
ORA-24422: error occurred while trying to destroy the Session Pool
Cause: An attempt was made to destroy the session pool while some sessions in the pool were busy.
Action: Ensure that no sessions from the pool are being used OR call OCISessionPoolDestroy with mode set to OCI_SPD_FORCE.
ORA-24423: Cannot set the ROWID attribute - OCI_ATTR_FETCH_ROWID
Cause: An attempt was made to set the implicit ROWID attribute.
Action: Use a SELECT ... FOR UPDATE statement that has not previously been described or executed before setting this ROWID attribute.
ORA-24424: Invalid attempt to define at position 0
Cause: An invalid attempt was made to call OCIDefineByPos for position 0.
Action: Ensure that the implicit ROWID attribute, OCI_ATTR_FETCH_ROWID, is set on the statement handle before doing the execute.
ORA-24425: Invalid mode passed when defining at position 0
Cause: An invalid mode was passed to OCIDefineByPos.
Action: Ensure a valid mode is passed to OCIDefineByPos when defining at position 0.
ORA-24427: Invalid attributes on user handle
Cause: Some of the attributes set on the user handle were not allowed in pooled mode.
Action: Unset the attributes on the user handle and call OCISessionGet or use sessions that are not pooled.
ORA-24428: Sessions with SYSDBA privileges are not supported in this mode.
Cause: A session with SYSDBA privileges was requested from a Session Pool which does not support sessions with SYSDBA privileges.
Action: Do not specify mode OCI_SESSGET_SYSDBA.
ORA-24429: External authentication is not supported in this mode.
Cause: An externally authenticated session was requested from a Session Pool which does not support external authentication.
Action: Do not specify mode OCI_SESSGET_CREDEXT.
ORA-24430: Null values for sqltext and key were specified.
Cause: An attempt was made to call OCIStmtPrepare2 and neither sqltext nor key were specified.
Action: Specify valid values for sqltext or key or both.
ORA-24431: Statement does not exist in the cache
Cause: The statement that was requested for does not exist in the statement cache.
Action: Please request for a valid statement.
ORA-24432: The statement that was returned is not tagged.
Cause: A tagged statement was requested for, but an untagged statement has been returned.
Action: This is a warning. Please modify and tag the statement as desired.
ORA-24433: This statement has already been prepared using OCIStmtPrepare2.
Cause: A statement that was earlier prepared using OCIStmtPrepare2 is now being reprepared using OCIStmtPrepare."
Action: Please use a different statement handle.
ORA-24434: OCIStmtRelease called before OCIStmtPrepare2.
Cause: An attempt was made to release a statement without first preparing it using OCIStmtPrepare2.
Action: Call OCIStmtPrepare2 before OCIStmtRelease.
ORA-24435: Invalid Service Context specified.
Cause: The statement was prepared using a service context that is different from the one specified in OCIStmtExecute.
Action: Please specify the same service context that the statement was prepared with.
ORA-24436: Invalid statement Handle.
Cause: OCIHandleFree called on a statement that was prepared using OCIstmtPrepare2.
Action: Release the statement using OCIStmtRelease.
ORA-24437: OCIStmtExecute called before OCIStmtPrepare2.
Cause: An attempt was made to execute a statement without first preparing it using OCIStmtPrepare2.
Action: Call OCIStmtPrepare2 before OCIStmtExecute.
ORA-24438: Invalid Authentication Handle specified.
Cause: The statement was prepared using an authentication handle that is different from the one specified in OCIStmtExecute.
Action: None
ORA-24439: success with PLSQL compilation warning
Cause: A plsql compilation warning occurred.
Action: Return OCI_SUCCESS_WITH_INFO along with the error code.
ORA-24440: OCI Easy Install mode cannot be initialized
Cause: An internal OCI error has occurred.
Action: Please contact Oracle customer support.
ORA-24441: Invalid cookie, resend sql text
Cause: An internal OCI error has occurred.
Action: Please contact Oracle customer support.
ORA-24450: Cannot pre-process OCI statement
Cause: An error occured during statement pre-processing. E.g., SQL statement has invalid usage of N' or Q' literals.
Action: Correct the SQL statement.
ORA-24451: string, Maximum call depth exceeded
Cause: Your program has too many levels of recursion.
Action: Restructure your program to eliminate some levels of recursion.
ORA-24460: Native Net Internal Error
Cause: Internal error .
Action: This error should not normally occur. If it persists, please contact your customer service representative.
ORA-24480: invalid OCI mode
Cause: An attempt was made to invoke OCI API with an invalid mode.
Action: Provide the OCI API with legitimate mode.
ORA-24481: Failed to initialize multithreaded environment
Cause: Operating system did not support multithreaded mode.
Action: Use single thread mode instead.
ORA-24482: Pool size was less than 1 in shared mode
Cause: Pool size must be positive in shared mode.
Action: Set a positive pool size.
ORA-24483: Invalid parameters were passed into environment creation call
Cause: Invalid parameters were passed into the environment creation call. Check the passed in parameters for the following conditions: -envp should not be NULL -xtramem_sz should not be negative -Either both xtramem_sz and usrmempp have to be provided. Or, neither should be provided.
Action: Pass in legitimate parameters.
ORA-24484: Setting authentication handle not allowed after pool create
Cause: An attempt was made to set the authentication handle on session pool handle after OCISessionPoolCreate.
Action: Set the authentication handle on session pool handle before calling OCISessionPoolCreate.
ORA-24485: Invalid attributes in session pool authentication handle
Cause: Some of the attributes set on the authentication handle being set on the session pool handle are invalid.
Action: Unset the illegal attributes on the authentication handle being set on session pool handle and then call OCIAttrSet. Refer to OCI documentation for details.
ORA-24486: Conflicting attributes in session pool authentication handle
Cause: Some attributes could not be set both on the authentication handle passed to OCISessionGet and the authentication handle set on session pool handle.
Action: Unset the conflicting attributes on the authentication handle and call OCISessionGet.
ORA-24500: invalid UTF16 mode
Cause: UTF16 mode is allowed only at environment handle creation time.
Action: Remove UTF16 mode for functions other than OCIEnvCreate()
ORA-24501: invalid UTF16 string passed in
Cause: Non-UTF16 string is passed in while UTF16 string is expected
Action: Check the parameter which is actually a string
ORA-24502: codepoint length overflows
Cause: Returned buffer has more codepoints than allowed
Action: Set OCI_MAXCHAR_SIZE large enough to accommodate
ORA-24503: codepoint length overflows for piecewise operation
Cause: Accumulated codepoint length exceeds allowed codepoint length
Action: Set OCI_MAXCHAR_SIZE large enough to accommodate
ORA-24504: data length larger than expected
Cause: Incoming data larger than receiving buffer
Action: Set OCI_MAXDATA/MAXCHAR_SIZE appropriately or remove the setting
ORA-24505: cannot change character set id on the handle
Cause: Attempts to change character set id on non-environment handles
Action: Only try to change character set id on environment handles
ORA-24506: invalid attempt to change character set id on env handle
Cause: Attempts to change character set id after other handles have been allocated from the env handle
Action: Change character set id after creating environment handle but before allocating any handles from it.
ORA-24507: invalid combination of character set ids
Cause: Attempts to set one character set id as zero
Action: Set both charset and ncharset as zero or non-zero in OCIEnvNlsCreate()
ORA-24508: Buffer is not aligned correctly.
Cause: Alignment error ocurred in buffer when converting between character sets.
Action: Align buffer appropriately. For UTF16 buffer, pass a ub2 pointer.
ORA-24509: OCI function currently not supported in UTF16 mode.
Cause: Attempt to call an OCI function that was not supported in OCI_UTF16ID mode.
Action: Remove the offending function or do not create an OCI environment with OCI_UTF16ID mode or OCI_UTF16ID character set ID.
ORA-24530: User not authorized to access column value.
Cause: Column security is enabled and column value is not authorized.
Action: The program needs to handle this error and take appropriate action.
ORA-24531: Column value authorization is unknown.
Cause: Column security is unknown for the column.
Action: Verify the fetched data. It may or may not contain a meaningful value because it is probably the result of an expression that operated on unauthorized values.
ORA-24536: Warning - column authorization unknown.
Cause: Column security is unknown for one or more columns.
Action: Verify the fetched data. It may or may not contain a meaningful value because it is probably the result of an expression that operated on unauthorized values.
ORA-24550: unhandled signal #number received. string
Cause: Serious error: signal received
Action: Refer to the platform-specific signal code, and see if the application code caused the error. Otherwise, record all error state and notify Oracle Support Services.
ORA-24557: error string encountered while handling error string; exiting server process
Cause: A second-level error occurred in an Oracle server process that required that process to exit.
Action: None. If an excessive number of incidents are dumped, contact Oracle Support Services.
ORA-24750: incorrect size of attribute
Cause: Transaction ID attribute size is incorrect.
Action: Verify that the size parameter is correct.
ORA-24752: OCI_TRANS_NEW flag must be specified for local transactions
Cause: Application attempted to start a local transaction without using OCI_TRANS_NEW.
Action: Use OCI_TRANS_NEW when starting local transactions.
ORA-24753: local transactions cannot be detached
Cause: An attempt to detach a local transaction was made.
Action: Local transactions may only be committed or rolled back.
ORA-24754: cannot start new transaction with an active transaction
Cause: An attempt to start a new transaction was made when there was an active transaction.
Action: Commit, rollback or detach the existing transaction before starting a new transaction.
ORA-24755: OCI_TRANS_NOMIGRATE, OCI_TRANS_JOIN options are not supported
Cause: These flags are currently not supported.
Action: None
ORA-24756: transaction does not exist
Cause: An invalid transaction identifier or context was used or the transaction has completed.
Action: Supply a valid identifier if the transaction has not completed and retry the call.
ORA-24757: duplicate transaction identifier
Cause: An attempt was made to start a new transaction with an identifier already in use by an existing transaction.
Action: Verify that the identifier is not in use.
ORA-24758: not attached to the requested transaction
Cause: An attempt was made to detach or complete a transaction that is not the current transaction.
Action: Verify that the transaction context refers to the current transaction.
ORA-24759: invalid transaction start flags
Cause: An invalid transaction start flag was passed.
Action: Verify that only one of the following values is specified: OCI_TRANS_NEW, OCI_TRANS_JOIN, OCI_TRANS_RESUME, or OCI_TRANS_PROMOTE.
ORA-24760: invalid isolation level flags
Cause: An invalid isolation level flag was passed.
Action: Verify that only one of following values - OCI_TRANS_READONLY, OCI_TRANS_READWRITE, OCI_TRANS_SERIALIZABLE is used.
ORA-24762: server failed due to unspecified error
Cause: An internal error has occured in the server commit protocol.
Action: Contact customer support.
ORA-24763: transaction operation cannot be completed now
Cause: The commit or rollback cannot be performed now because the session cannot switch to the specified transaction.
Action: Retry the operation later.
ORA-24767: transaction branch prepare returns read-only
Cause: The transaction is read-only, or this is the outcome of an optimization for two-phase commit protocol.
Action: None. Informational only.
ORA-24769: cannot forget an active transaction
Cause: Transaction identifier refers to an active transaction.
Action: Verify that the identifier of an active transaction was not passed as an argument.
ORA-24770: cannot forget a prepared transaction
Cause: Transaction identifier refers to a prepared transaction.
Action: Verify that the identifier of a prepared transaction was not passed as an argument.
ORA-24771: cannot detach, prepare or forget a local transaction
Cause: Service handle contains a local transaction context.
Action: Verify that the transaction context does not refer to a local transaction.
ORA-24772: Cannot mix tightly-coupled and loosely-coupled branches
Cause: Application attempted to start a transaction with a global transaction identifier and a wrong option.
Action: Verify that all branches of a global transaction are started with either OCI_TRANS_TIGHT or OCI_TRANS_LOOSE option. If the application is correct and uses distributed updates, contact customer support.
ORA-24773: invalid transaction type flags
Cause: OCI_TRANS_TIGHT or OCI_TRANS_LOOSE mode was not specified.
Action: Verify that the right parameters are being used.
ORA-24774: cannot switch to specified transaction
Cause: The transaction specified in the call refers to a transaction created by a different user.
Action: Create transactions with the same authentication so that they can be switched.
ORA-24775: cannot prepare or commit transaction with non-zero lock value
Cause: An attempt was made to detach the transaction with a non-zero lock value.
Action: Detach the transaction with lock value set to zero and then try to prepare or commit the transaction.
ORA-24776: cannot start a new transaction
Cause: An attempt was made to start a new transaction when session was already attached to an existing transaction.
Action: End the current transaction before creating a new transaction.
ORA-24777: use of non-migratable database link not allowed
Cause: The transaction, which needs to be migratable between sessions, tried to access a remote database from a non-multi threaded server process.
Action: Perform the work in the local database or open a connection to the remote database from the client. If multi threaded server option is installed, connect to the Oracle instance through the dispatcher.
ORA-24778: cannot open connections
Cause: The migratable transaction tried to access a remote database when the session itself had opened connections to remote database(s).
Action: Close the connection(s) in the session and then try to access the remote database from the migratable transaction. If the error still occurs, contact Oracle customer support.
ORA-24779: detach not allowed with open remote cursor
Cause: The migratable transaction tried to detach from the current session while having an open remote cursor.
Action: Close any open remote cursor prior to detach.
ORA-24780: cannot recover a transaction while in an existing transaction
Cause: An attempt was made to commit or roll back a transaction while in a different transaction, and the transaction for which the action is requested is in a recovery state (this happens if it is idle too long).
Action: Detach from the current transaction and retry the operation.
ORA-24781: branches don't belong to the same global transaction
Cause: The list of xids passed into kpotxmp() don't have the same gtrid
Action: None
ORA-24782: Cannot detach from a non-migratable transaction
Cause: An attempt was made to detach from a non-migrateable transaction.
Action: Either commit or rollback the transaction.
ORA-24783: Cannot switch non-migratable transactions
Cause: An attempt was made to prepare/commit a txn different from current.
Action: None
ORA-24784: Transaction exists
Cause: An attempt was made to start a transaction, while attached to a non-migrateable transaction
Action: None
ORA-24785: Cannot resume a non-migratable transaction
Cause: An attempt was made to resume a non-migrateable transaction.
Action: None
ORA-24786: separated transaction has been completed
Cause: The current transaction has been completed by another process.
Action: Start a new transaction
ORA-24787: remote cursors must be closed before a call completes
Cause: The previous operation did not close all the remote cursors it opened. Since separated transactions are enabled, this is not allowed.
Action: Close all remote cursors in each call, or start a regular (non-separated) transaction.
ORA-24788: cannot switch to specified transaction (server type)
Cause: The transaction specified was created by a shared server and the requestor is a dedicated server, or the transaction was created by a dedicated server and the requestor is a shared server.
Action: All parts of this application should connect as dedicated or as shared.
ORA-24789: start not allowed in recursive call
Cause: Oracle RM will not start/resume a branch in a recursive call
Action: Reconsider your application stack design
ORA-24790: cannot mix OCI_TRANS_RESUME and transaction isolation flags
Cause: An attempt was made to change the isolation level of an existing transaction.
Action: No action required
ORA-24791: invalid transaction start flags
Cause: An invalid transaction start flag was passed.
Action: Verify that OCI_TRANS_LOOSE was not passed along with OCI_TRANS_JOIN, OCI_TRANS_RESUME. Also, verify that other flags (such as OCI_TRANS_SEPARABLE) passed by the client are supported by the version of the Oracle server.
ORA-24792: cannot mix services in a single global transaction
Cause: Oracle RM will not serve global (distributed) transaction requests if branches are created using different services
Action: Configure clients such that those participating in the same distributed transaction use the same service name.
ORA-24794: no active DTP service found
Cause: Oracle RM will not serve global (distributed) transaction requests until DTP services are configured in RAC. It is possible that a service was stopped while transactions were in-flight.
Action: Provision/Start DTP services first.
ORA-24795: Illegal string attempt made
Cause: An illegal attempt was made to commit/rollback current transaction
Action: Use appropriate commit/rollback mechanism
ORA-24796: operation completed; resume of original transaction rolled back
Cause: The commit, rollback, or prepare completed successfully, but the current transaction for this thread was rolled back.
Action: If desired, retry the current transaction. If the operation was prepare, then end transaction appropriately with a commit or rollback operation.
ORA-24797: cannot promote the current transaction to a distributed transaction
Cause: An illegal attempt was made to promote the current transaction.
Action: Verify that OCI_ATTR_XID, OCI_ATTR_INTERNAL_NAME, and OCI_ATTR_EXTERNAL_NAME attributes have been set properly, and verify that the current transaction has neither performed IDL or PDML operations, nor already been a distributed transaction. Also, verify that the local transaction is in the same isolation level if the isolation flag value is set.
ORA-24798: cannot resume the distributed transaction branch on another instance
Cause: An attempt was made to resume a distributed transaction branch that is physically located on another RAC instance.
Action: Get a connection to the instance where the transaction branch is located.
ORA-24801: illegal parameter value in OCI lob function
Cause: One of the parameter values in the OCI lob function is illegal.
Action: Check every parameter in the OCI Lob function call to make sure they are correct. Offsets should be greater than or equal to one.
ORA-24802: user defined lob read callback error
Cause: The only valid return value for a user defined lob read callback function is OCI_CONTINUE. Any other value will cause this error.
Action: Verify that OCI_CONTINUE is returned from the user defined lob read callback function.
ORA-24803: illegal parameter value in lob read function
Cause: Internal error .
Action: This error should not normally occur. If it persists, please contact your customer service representative.
ORA-24804: Lob read/write functions called while another OCI LOB read/write streaming is in progress
Cause: Internal error.
Action: Wait for the ongoing LOB streaming call to finish before issuing the next server call, or use OCIBreak() abort the current LOB streaming call.
ORA-24805: LOB type mismatch
Cause: When copying or appending LOB locators, both source and desctination LOB locators should be of the same type.
Action: Pass the same type of LOB locators for copying or appending.
ORA-24806: LOB form mismatch
Cause: When reading from or writing into LOBs, the character set form of the user buffer should be same as that of the LOB.
Action: Make sure that the buffer you are using to read or write has the same form as that of the LOB.
ORA-24807: LOB form mismatch
Cause: When copying or appending LOBs, both source and desctination LOB locators should have the same character set form.
Action: Pass locators of the same character set form for copying or appending LOBs.
ORA-24808: streaming of lob data is not allowed when using lob buffering
Cause: Attempted to stream lob data via the polling mode or a callback when lob buffering was enabled for the input lob locator.
Action: Lob buffering is useful when reading/writing small amounts of lob data so streaming should not be necessary. Rewrite the OCILobRead/OCILobWrite call so that it does not use streaming. If streaming of data is required, lob buffering should not be used. In this case, flush buffers associated with the input lob locator as necessary, disable buffering on the input lob locator and reissue the OCILobRead/OCILobWrite call.
ORA-24809: amount specified will not fit in the lob buffers
Cause: LOB buffering is enabled for the input lob locator so buffering will be used. However, the amount of lob data to read or write is larger than what the lob buffers can hold.
Action: Either disable buffering on the input lob locator and reissue the command or pass a smaller amount.
ORA-24810: attempting to write more data than indicated
Cause: While writing into a LOB, more data was supplied than indicated.
Action: If data is written in pieces, then make sure that you do not provide more data in the pieces (cumulatively), than you indicated.
ORA-24811: less data provided for writing than indicated
Cause: While writing into a LOB, less data was provided than indicated.
Action: If writing data in single pieces, then make sure that the buffer length specified is big enough to accommodate tha data being provided. If data is written in pieces, then make sure that all the data has been provided before specifying OCI_LAST_PIECE.
ORA-24812: character set conversion to or from UCS2 failed
Cause: If the database character set is varying-width, the CLOB/NCLOB value is implicitly converted to or from UCS2. This implicit conversion failed.
Action: Contact Oracle Worldwide Support.
ORA-24813: cannot send or receive an unsupported LOB
Cause: An attempt was made to send a LOB across the network, but either the server does not support the LOB sent by the client, or the client does not support the LOB sent by the server. This error usually occurs when the client and server are running different versions of Oracle.
Action: Use a version of the Oracle that supports the LOB on both the client and the server.
ORA-24814: operation not allowed for temporary LOBs
Cause: Temporary LOB locators are not allowed in the operation. For example: OCILobAssign only takes persistent LOB locators as parameters, not temporary LOBs.
Action: Use OCILobLocatorAssign for temporary LOBs instead. Note that OCILobLocatorAssign can also be used for persistent LOBs, in which case it will behave the same as OCILobAssign.
ORA-24815: Invalid character set form
Cause: An invalid character set form was passed into an OCI LOB function. For example, the only valid cs form for OCILobCreateTemporary() is OCI_DEFAULT(0), SQLCS_IMPLICIT(1) or SQLCS_NCHAR(2).
Action: Specify a valid character set form.
ORA-24816: Expanded non LONG bind data supplied after actual LONG or LOB column
Cause: A Bind value of length potentially > 4000 bytes follows binding for LOB or LONG.
Action: Re-order the binds so that the LONG bind or LOB binds are all at the end of the bind list.
ORA-24817: Unable to allocate the given chunk for current lob operation
Cause: The given size is increased to accomodate the number of bytes from server due to varying width db char/nchar set.
Action: Use smaller chunk sizes when you have character set conversion between client/server or perform piece-wise read or write.
ORA-24818: Operation not permitted on Abstract LOBs
Cause: Abstract LOB locators were not allowed in the operation. For example, OCILobAssign only takes persistent LOB locators as parameters, not Abstract (i.e., client-side created) LOBs.
Action: Avoid the operation on Abstract LOBs.
ORA-24819: Illegal reference count encountered for a temporary LOB
Cause: Internal error.
Action: This error should not normally occur. If it persists, contact Oracle Support Services.
ORA-24850: failed to startup shared subsystem
Cause: While attempting to initialize OCI in shared mode, a problem was encountered in starting up the shared subsystem.
Action: Contact Oracle Customer support.
ORA-24851: failed to connect to shared subsystem
Cause: While attempting to initialize OCI in shared mode, a problem was encountered in connecting the process to the shared subsystem.
Action: Contact Oracle Customer Support.
ORA-24852: protocol error during statement execution
Cause: An internal protocol error occurred while receiving describe data from the server during execution of a statement.
Action: Contact Oracle Customer Support.
ORA-24853: failed to connect thread to shared subsystem
Cause: While attempting to initialize OCI in shared mode, a problem was encountered in connecting the thread to the shared subsystem.
Action: Contact Oracle Customer Support.
ORA-24854: invalid pieceinfo provided
Cause: While making the first call to write LOB data, an invalid pieceinfo value provided.
Action: Correct the call to use OCI_ONE_PIECE or OCI_FIRST_PIECE. If using OCCI, make sure to call writeBuffer before calling writeLastBuffer.
ORA-24900: invalid or unsupported mode parameter passed in call
Cause: The mode parameter passed into the OCI Client Notification call is incorrect.
Action: Please correct the mode parameter passed into OCI.
ORA-24901: handles belonging to different environments passed into an OCI call
Cause: All handles passed into an OCI call should belong to the same environment. In the call that returned this error, handles belonging to different environments were passed in.
Action: Please ensure that the handle parameters in the call to come from the same OCI Environment.
ORA-24902: invalid subscription name or name-length in subscription handle
Cause: The subscription handle passed into the OCI call does not have a proper name or name-length attribute.
Action: Please set the name and name-length attributes using the OCIAttrSet() call.
ORA-24903: invalid namespace attribute passed into OCI call
Cause: The subscription handle passed into the OCI call does not have a proper namespace attribute.
Action: Please set the namespace attribute using the OCIAttrSet() call.
ORA-24904: invalid callback attribute passed into OCI call
Cause: The subscription handle passed into the OCI call does not have a proper callback attribute.
Action: Please set the callback attribute using the OCIAttrSet() call.
ORA-24905: invalid recipient protocol attribute passed into OCI call
Cause: The subscription handle passed into the OCI call did not have a proper recipient protocol attribute.
Action: Please set the recipient protocol attribute using the OCIAttrSet() call.
ORA-24906: invalid recipient attribute passed into OCI call
Cause: The subscription handle passed into the OCI call did not have a proper recipient attribute.
Action: Please set the recipient attribute using the OCIAttrSet() call.
ORA-24907: invalid pair of callback and recipient protocol attributes
Cause: The subscription handle passed into the OCI call can't have both the callback defined and a recipient protocol other than OCI_SUBSCR_PROTO_OCI at the same time.
Action: Please set the appropriate callback and recipient protocol attributes using the OCIAttrSet() call.
ORA-24908: invalid recipient presentation attribute
Cause: The subscription handle passed into the OCI call does not have a valid recipient presentation attribute.
Action: Set the recipient presentation attribute using the OCIAttrSet() call
ORA-24909: call in progress. Current operation cancelled
Cause: The OCI call was invoked when another call on the connection was in progress.
Action: Check if the OCI call is supported when the call is in progress under special conditions; for example, if it is being used by a signal handler.
ORA-24911: Cannot start listener thread at specified port
Cause: Thread already running at a different port.
Action: Set the correct port in the environment handle or let the system choose the port.
ORA-24912: Listener thread failed. string
Cause: Thread listening for event notification exited because of an error. The error encountered is appended to the error message.
Action: The client needs to be restarted.
ORA-24915: Cannot start Listener at specified IP address
Cause: Thread was already listening at a different IP address.
Action: Set the correct IP address in the environment handle or let the system choose the correct IP address.
ORA-24916: cannot use IP address attribute before release 11.2 compatible notifications
Cause: An attempt was made to use OCI_ATTR_SUBSCR_IPADDR attribute before release 11.2 compatible notifications.
Action: Change the compatibility to 11.2.
ORA-24940: invalid combination of string namespace, string presentation and string receive protocol
Cause: An invalid combination of namespace, presentation and receive protocol was specified during notification registration. Currently, only AQ namespace is supported with XML presentation. Non-AQ namespace is not supported for e-mail and HTTP receive protocols.
Action: Please change the register call appropriately.
ORA-24941: invalid combination of notification grouping attributes
Cause: An invalid combination of notification grouping attributes was specified. Currently, only TIME notification grouping class is supported. If notification grouping class is zero, all other notification grouping attributes must be zero.
Action: Refer to documentation and change the attributes appropriately.
ORA-24942: cannot use ntfn grouping attributes on before release 11.0 compatible ntfns
Cause: An attempt was made to use notification grouping on before release 11.0 compatible notifications.
Action: Change the compatibility to 11.0.
ORA-24943: cannot use ntfn grouping with this receive protocol, presentation and/or QoS
Cause: An attempt was made to use notification grouping with e-mail or HTTP receive protocol or XML presentation or payload delivery or reliable QoS. Currently, only OCI and PLSQL receive protocols and default presentation are supported with notification grouping.
Action: Refer to documentation and change the call appropriately.
ORA-24944: cannot use timeout or grouping with ANONYMOUS namespace
Cause: An attempt was made to use timeout or grouping with ANONYMOUS namespace. Currently, timeout and grouping are supported only with AQ and DBCHANGE namespaces.
Action: Refer to documentation and change the call appropriately.
ORA-24945: cannot use context, QOS and timeout attributes of notification on lower than 10.2 compatible notifications
Cause: An attempt was made to use context, QOS and timeout attributes of notification on lower than 10.2 compatible notifications.
Action: Change the database compatibility to 10.2.
ORA-24946: invalid registration callback
Cause: An attempt was made to use a reserved callback for notification registration.
Action: Choose a different name for the notification callback and change the register call appropriately.
ORA-24947: Invalid namespace attribute specified for the subscription string
Cause: An attempt was made to register with invalid namespace attribute.
Action: Refer to documentation and change the namespace appropriately.
ORA-24950: unregister failed, registration not found
Cause: The registration that was asked to be unregistered could not be found.
Action: Please check the callback function name and the subscription name in the unregister call.
ORA-24952: register, unregister or post has incorrect collection count
Cause: The register, unregister or post function was invoked with a collection that was smaller than the size specified by the parameter to the function.
Action: Please check the function's use and ensure that the size parameter is correct.
ORA-24960: the attribute string is greater than the maximum allowable length of number
Cause: The user attempted to pass an attribute that is too long
Action: Shorten the specified attribute and retry the operation.
ORA-25000: invalid use of bind variable in trigger WHEN clause
Cause: A bind variable was used in the when clause of a trigger.
Action: Remove the bind variable. To access the table columns use (new/old).column_name.
ORA-25001: cannot create this trigger type on this type of view
Cause: INSTEAD OF triggers can be created on any view which is not an Editioning View, while BEFORE and AFTER triggers may only be created on Editioning Views.
Action: Change the trigger type to INSTEAD OF or change the view on which you are attempting to create a DML trigger.
ORA-25002: cannot create INSTEAD OF triggers on tables
Cause: Only BEFORE or AFTER triggers can be created on a table.
Action: Change the trigger type to BEFORE or AFTER.
ORA-25003: cannot change NEW values for this column type in trigger
Cause: Attempt to change NEW trigger variables of datatype object, REF, nested table, VARRAY or LOB datatype which is not supported.
Action: Do not change the NEW trigger variables in the trigger body.
ORA-25004: WHEN clause is not allowed in INSTEAD OF triggers
Cause: WHEN clause is specified in an INSTEAD OF trigger.
Action: Remove the WHEN clause when creating an INSTEAD OF trigger.
ORA-25005: cannot CREATE INSTEAD OF trigger on a read-only view
Cause: attempt to create an INSTEAD OF trigger on a view created with read-only option. The view cannot be updated using INSTEAD OF triggers.
Action: Do not create the trigger.
ORA-25006: cannot specify this column in UPDATE OF clause
Cause: Attempt to create a trigger on update of a column whose datatype is disallowed in the clause, such as LOB and nested table.
Action: Remove the UPDATE OF clause.
ORA-25007: functions or methods not allowed in WHEN clause
Cause: PLSQL function call or method invocation is not allowed in the WHEN clause when creating a trigger.
Action: Remove the function call or method invocation from the WHEN clause.
ORA-25008: no implicit conversion to LOB datatype in instead-of trigger
Cause: When inserting or updating a view using instead-of trigger, the new value for a LOB view column is of a different datatype.
Action: Specified a LOB value as the new value for the LOB view column.
ORA-25009: Nested table clause allowed only for INSTEAD OF triggers
Cause: Triggers on nested tables can only be created on view columns using INSTEAD OF triggers.
Action: Use view nested table columns for defining nested table triggers.
ORA-25010: Invalid nested table column name in nested table clause
Cause: The column name specified in the nested table clause of an INSTEAD OF trigger does not correspond to a nested table column.
Action: Specify a nested table column on which the trigger is to be defined.
ORA-25011: cannot create trigger on internal AQ table
Cause: An attempt was made to try to create a trigger on a table that is used internally to support the Advanced Queueing (AQ) feature.
Action: Do not create the trigger.
ORA-25012: PARENT and NEW values cannot be identical
Cause: The referencing clause specifies identical values for PARENT and OLD.
Action: Re-specify either the PARENT or NEW referencing value.
ORA-25013: OLD and PARENT values cannot be identical
Cause: The referencing clause specifies identical values for OLD and PARENT.
Action: Re-specify either the OLD or PARENT referencing value.
ORA-25014: cannot change the value of a PARENT reference variable
Cause: Parent values can only be read and not changed.
Action: Do not attempt to change a Parent variable.
ORA-25015: cannot perform DML on this nested table view column
Cause: DML cannot be performed on a nested table view column except through an INSTEAD OF trigger
Action: Create an INSTEAD OF trigger over the nested table view column and then perform the DML.
ORA-25016: cannot specify column list for insert into nested table view column
Cause: A column list cannot be specified for inserts into the nested table view column.
Action: Specify all the columns for insert into the nested table.
ORA-25017: cannot reference NEW ROWID for movable rows in before triggers
Cause: NEW ROWID was referenced in a before row trigger which is defined on an index-organized table, or a partitioned table with enabled movement of rows. The ROWID cannot be computed in a before row update trigger because it depends on the actual values of the row
Action: Remove references to NEW ROWID from the trigger definition.
ORA-25018: conflicting trigger string already exists
Cause: Conflicting instead of DDL trigger on schema/database already exists.
Action: Remove the old trigger
ORA-25019: too much concurreny
Cause: cannot pin the database/schema because of too much concurrency
Action: try the operation later
ORA-25020: renaming system triggers is not allowed
Cause: renaming system triggers is not allowed
Action: Drop the trigger, and create a new one for the same
ORA-25021: cannot reference a trigger defined on another table
Cause: Referenced trigger in the FOLLOWS clause was defined on another table.
Action: Create the referenced trigger on the same table
ORA-25022: cannot reference a trigger of a different type
Cause: Referenced trigger in the FOLLOWS or PRECEDES clause was either a different type or not a compound trigger.
Action: Create the referenced trigger as the same type or a compound trigger.
ORA-25023: Cyclic trigger dependency is not allowed
Cause: A cycle of trigger dependency can be formed.
Action: Do not create a trigger that can formed a cyclic dependency.
ORA-25024: cannot specify FOLLOWS for a REVERSE CROSSEDITION trigger
Cause: The FOLLOWS clause was specified when creating the REVERSE CROSSEDITION trigger.
Action: Do not create a REVERSE CROSSEDITION trigger with a FOLLOWS clause.
ORA-25025: cannot specify PRECEDES clause
Cause: The PRECEDES clause was specified when creating a FORWARD CROSSEDITION trigger or a regular trigger.
Action: Do not create a FORWARD CROSSEDITION or a regular trigger with a PRECEDES clause.
ORA-25026: FOR EACH ROW was specified with compound triggers
Cause: FOR EACH ROW is not allowed with compound triggers.
Action: Remove the FOR EACH ROW clause.
ORA-25027: compound triggers cannot be used as system triggers
Cause: Compound trigger was defined as system trigger.
Action: Do not use compound trigger as system trigger.
ORA-25028: regular trigger body can not start with keyword COMPOUND
Cause: Regular triggers body should start with BEGIN/DECLARE etc .
Action: Fix the syntax and recompile.
ORA-25029: compound triggers should always start with keyword COMPOUND
Cause: Compound trigger body was started with incorrect keyword.
Action: Fix the syntax and recreate.
ORA-25030: crossedition trigger cannot be owned by a non-editioned user
Cause: An attempt was made to create crossedition trigger in a non-editioned schema.
Action: Enable editions for the user and then create the crossedition trigger.
ORA-25031: only a crossedition trigger may be specified
Cause: The trigger specified was not a crossedition trigger.
Action: Specify a crossedition trigger.
ORA-25032: crossedition trigger cannot be created in ORA$BASE
Cause: An attempt was made to create crossedition trigger in the ORA$BASE edition.
Action: Do not create a crossedition trigger in the ORA$BASE edition.
ORA-25033: triggers cannot be executed at this time
Cause: An attempt was made to execute a trigger when the session was almost finished.
Action: Do not attempt to DML with triggers that are expected to execute when session has almost ended.
ORA-25034: cannot bypass trigger owned by another user
Cause: An attempt was made to do DML from a crossedition trigger on an object that has a non-crossedition trigger owned by another user. DML from a crossedition trigger bypasses the running of non-crossedition triggers; this cannot be allowed for triggers owned by other users.
Action: Permit the non-crossedition trigger to be bypassed by attaching it to the editioning view rather than the table, moving one of the triggers to be in the same schema as the other, or explicitly disabling the non-crossedition trigger.
ORA-25035: cannot perform DML on remote object from a crossedition trigger
Cause: An attempt was made to do DML from a crossedition trigger that would modify data in a remote database. DML from a crossedition trigger has special rules applied regarding what triggers will fire as part of that DML; these special rules cannot be applied across database links and therefore the DML cannot be allowed.
Action: Perform the DML in a helper function separate from the crossedition trigger itself; the special rules are not applied when the DML is not issued from within the crossedition trigger itself.
ORA-25100: TABLESPACE option can only be used with ALTER INDEX REBUILD
Cause: The TABLESPACE option to ALTER INDEX was used without the REBUILD option.
Action: Use ALTER INDEX REBUILD TABLESPACE tablespace name.
ORA-25101: duplicate REBUILD option specification
Cause: The REBUILD option to ALTER INDEX is specified more than once.
Action: Specify the option at most once.
ORA-25102: PARALLEL option can only be used with ALTER INDEX REBUILD
Cause: The PARALLEL option to ALTER INDEX was used without the REBUILD option.
Action: Use ALTER INDEX REBUILD.
ORA-25103: NOPARALLEL option can only be used with ALTER INDEX REBUILD
Cause: The NOPARALLEL option to ALTER INDEX was used without the REBUILD option.
Action: Use ALTER INDEX REBUILD.
ORA-25104: UNRECOVERABLE option can only be used with ALTER INDEX REBUILD
Cause: The UNRECOVERABLE option to ALTER INDEX was used without the REBUILD option.
Action: Use ALTER INDEX REBUILD.
ORA-25105: RECOVERABLE option can only be used with ALTER INDEX REBUILD
Cause: The RECOVERABLE option to ALTER INDEX was used without the REBUILD option.
Action: Use ALTER INDEX REBUILD.
ORA-25106: only one of PARALLEL or NOPARALLEL clause may be specified
Cause: PARALLEL was specified more than once, NOPARALLEL was specified more than once, or both PARALLEL and NOPARALLEL were specified in an ALTER INDEX REBUILD statement.
Action: Remove all but one of the PARALLEL or NOPARALLEL clauses.
ORA-25107: duplicate TABLESPACE option specification
Cause: the TABLESPACE was specified more than once in an ALTER INDEX REBUILD statement.
Action: Remove all but one of the TABLESPACE clauses.
ORA-25108: standby lock name space exceeds size limit of string characters
Cause: The lock name space for the standby database exceeded the maximum string length.
Action: Change initialization parameter _STANDBY_LOCK_NAME_SPACE to a character string of less than the specified characters.
ORA-25109: standby lock name space has illegal character 'string'
Cause: An invalid lock name space was specified for the standby database. The lock name space for the standby database can only contain A-Z, 0-9, '_', '#', '$', '.' and '@' characters.
Action: Change initialization parameter _STANDBY_LOCK_NAME_SPACE to a valid character string.
ORA-25110: NOSORT may not be used with a bitmap index
Cause: An attempt was made to create a bitmap index using the NOSORT option.
Action: Remove NOSORT from the CREATE BITMAP INDEX statement.
ORA-25111: creation of BITMAP cluster indices is not supported
Cause: An attempt was made to create a cluster index with the BITMAP attribute.
Action: Remove BITMAP from the CREATE INDEX statement.
ORA-25112: maximum number of BITMAP index columns is 30
Cause: Too many columns were specified for the index.
Action: Create an index on fewer columns.
ORA-25113: GLOBAL may not be used with a bitmap index
Cause: An attempt was made to create a bitmap index using the GLOBAL option.
Action: Remove GLOBAL from the CREATE BITMAP INDEX statement, and/or add a LOCAL partition descriptor if the table is partitioned.
ORA-25114: invalid file number specified in the DUMP DATAFILE/TEMPFILE command
Cause: An invalid file number was used in dumping a datafile or tempfile.
Action: Specify a valid file number.
ORA-25115: duplicate BLOCK option specification
Cause: BLOCK (MIN/MAX) was specified more than once in the DUMP DATAFILE/TEMPFILE command.
Action: Specify only one BLOCK option.
ORA-25116: invalid block number specified in the DUMP DATAFILE/TEMPFILE command
Cause: An invalid block number was used in dumping a datafile or tempfile.
Action: Specify a valid block number.
ORA-25117: MIN/MAX/Block Number expected
Cause: A value other than MIN/MAX, or a block number was entered in the DUMP DATAFILE/TEMPFILE command.
Action: Correct the syntax.
ORA-25118: invalid DUMP DATAFILE/TEMPFILE option
Cause: An invalid option was specified for the DUMP DATAFILE/TEMPFILE command.
Action: Correct the syntax.
ORA-25119: LOGGING/NOLOGGING option already specified
Cause: In CREATE TABLESPACE, the LOGGING and/or NOLOGGING options were specified more than once.
Action: Remove all but one of the logging specifications.
ORA-25120: MINIMUM EXTENT option already specified
Cause: In CREATE TABLESPACE, the MINIMUM EXTENT option was specified more than once.
Action: Remove all but one of the MINIMUM EXTENT specifications.
ORA-25121: MINIMUM EXTENT value greater than maximum extent size
Cause: In CREATE/ALTER TABLESPACE, the value specified for the MINIMUM EXTENT option was greater than the maximum extent size.
Action: Choose a lower value for the MINIMUM EXTENT option.
ORA-25122: Only LOCAL bitmap indexes are permitted on partitioned tables
Cause: An attempt was made to create a global bitmap index on a partioned table.
Action: create a local bitmap index instead.
ORA-25123: Too many components specified in the name.
Cause: Specifying more components to a name than allowed.
Action: Check the name specified for the operation.
ORA-25124: Database link name not allowed.
Cause: Specifying a database link name when it is not permitted.
Action: Check the name specified for the operation.
ORA-25125: BUFFER_POOL/FLASH_CACHE/CELL_FLASH_CACHE storage option not allowed
Cause: An attempt was made to specify the BUFFER_POOL, FLASH_CACHE, or CELL_FLASH_CACHE storage option. This option may only be specified during

- CREATE or ALTER TABLE

- CREATE or ALTER CLUSTER

- CREATE or ALTER INDEX

Action: Remove this option and retry the statement.
ORA-25126: Invalid name specified for BUFFER_POOL/FLASH_CACHE/CELL_FLASH_CACHE
Cause: The name of the cache hints specified by was invalid. The only valid names for BUFFER_POOL are KEEP, RECYCLE and DEFAULT. The only valid names for FLASH_CACHE and CELL_FLASH_CACHE are KEEP, NONE and DEFAULT.
Action: Use a valid name or remove the BUFFER_POOL, FLASH_CACHE, or CELL_FLASH_CACHE clause.
ORA-25127: RELY not allowed in NOT NULL constraint
Cause: An attempt to set RELY on for NOT NULL constraint.
Action: only NORELY may be specified for a NOT NULL constraint.
ORA-25128: No insert/update/delete on table with constraint (string.string) disabled and validated
Cause: Try to insert/update/delete on table with DISABLE VALIDATE constraint.
Action: Change the constraint's states.
ORA-25129: cannot modify constraint (string) - no such constraint
Cause: the named constraint does not exist for this table.
Action: Obvious
ORA-25130: cannot modify primary key - primary key not defined for table
Cause: Attempted to modify a primary key that is not defined for the table.
Action: None
ORA-25131: cannot modify unique(string) - unique key not defined for table
Cause: attempted to modify a unique key that is not deined for the table.
Action: None
ORA-25132: UNIQUE constraint (string.string) disabled and validated in ALTER TABLE EXCHANGE PARTITION
Cause: cannot ALTER TABLE EXCHANGE PARTITION when the partition and the table have a disabled and validated unique constraints AND the unique keys in the partion is not mutually exclusive from the rest of the table.
Action: Change the constraint's status.
ORA-25133: duplicate SINGLE TABLE option specified
Cause: The SINGLE TABLE option was specified more than once.
Action: Specify the SINGLE TABLE option only once.
ORA-25134: keyword TABLE expected
Cause: The keyword TABLE is missing from the SINGLE TABLE option.
Action: Place the keyword TABLE after the keyword SINGLE in the command.
ORA-25135: cannot use the SINGLE TABLE option
Cause: The SINGLE TABLE option is only valid for hash clusters.
Action: Do not specify the SINGLE TABLE option.
ORA-25136: this cluster can contain only one table
Cause: An attempt was made to store more than one table in a cluster that was created with the SINGLE TABLE option.
Action: Do not attempt to store more than one table in the cluster.
ORA-25137: Data value out of range
Cause: Value from cast operand is larger than cast target size.
Action: Increase size of cast target.
ORA-25138: string initialization parameter has been made obsolete
Cause: An obsolete initialization parameter has been specified
Action: The system will come up, but parameters must be examined
ORA-25139: invalid option for CREATE TEMPORARY TABLESPACE
Cause: An invalid option appears.
Action: Specify one of the valid options: TEMPFILE, EXTENT MANAGEMENT LOCAL, UNIFORM
ORA-25140: string space policy cannot be specified for the string extent management
Cause: An invalid option appears.
Action: Make sure that for LOCAL extent management UNIFORM or AUTOALLOCATE is specified, and for DICTIONARY extent management UNIFORM or AUTOALLOCATE are not specified
ORA-25141: invalid EXTENT MANAGEMENT clause
Cause: An invalid option appears for EXTENT MANAGEMENT clause
Action: Specify one of the valid options: UNIFORM SIZE, AUTOALLOCATE
ORA-25142: default storage clause specified twice
Cause: default storage clause was specified twice for create tablespace
Action: Specify it once.
ORA-25143: default storage clause is not compatible with allocation policy
Cause: default storage clause was specified for a tablespace with AUTOALLOCATE or UNIFORM policy
Action: Omit the storage clause
ORA-25144: invalid option for CREATE TABLESPACE with TEMPORARY contents
Cause: An invalid option appears.
Action: Specify one of the valid options: EXTENT MANAGEMENT DICTIONARY, USER
ORA-25145: allocation policy already specified
Cause: In CREATE TABLESPACE, the allocation policy was specified more than once, for example, AUTOALLOCATE and UNIFORM.
Action: Remove all but one of the allocation policy specifications.
ORA-25146: EXTENT MANAGEMENT option already specified
Cause: In CREATE TABLESPACE, the EXTENT MANAGEMENT option was specified more than once.
Action: Remove all but one of the EXTENT MANAGEMENT specifications.
ORA-25147: UNIFORM SIZE value greater than maximum extent size
Cause: In CREATE/ALTER TABLESPACE, the value specified for the UNIFORM SIZE option was greater than the maximum extent size.
Action: Choose a lower value for the UNIFORM SIZE option.
ORA-25148: ONLINE option not permitted
Cause: An attempt was made to specify ONLINE for ALTER TABLE MOVE on a table that is not index-organized. The ONLINE option is currently supported only for index-organized tables.
Action: Remove the ONLINE option from the command.
ORA-25149: Columns of UROWID type may not be indexed
Cause: An attempt was made to create an index on a column of UROWID type
Action: Remove the column from the list of indexed columns
ORA-25150: ALTERING of extent parameters not permitted
Cause: An attempt was made to alter the extent parameters for a segment in a tablespace with autoallocate or uniform extent allocation policy.
Action: Remove the appropriate extent parameters from the command.
ORA-25151: Rollback Segment cannot be created in this tablespace
Cause: An attempt was made to create a rollback segment in a tablespace with autoallocate extent allocation policy.
Action: Specify a different tablespace for the rollback segment
ORA-25152: TEMPFILE cannot be dropped at this time
Cause: An attempt was made to drop a TEMPFILE being used by online users
Action: The TEMPFILE has been taken offline. Try again, later.
ORA-25153: Temporary Tablespace is Empty
Cause: An attempt was made to use space in a temporary tablespace with no files.
Action: Add files to the tablespace using ADD TEMPFILE command.
ORA-25154: column part of USING clause cannot have qualifier
Cause: Columns that are used for a named-join (either a NATURAL join or a join with a USING clause) cannot have an explicit qualifier.
Action: Remove the qualifier.
ORA-25155: column used in NATURAL join cannot have qualifier
Cause: Columns that are used for a named-join (either a NATURAL join or a join with a USING clause) cannot have an explicit qualifier.
Action: Remove the qualifier.
ORA-25156: old style outer join (+) cannot be used with ANSI joins
Cause: When a query block uses ANSI style joins, the old notation for specifying outer joins (+) cannot be used.
Action: Use ANSI style for specifying outer joins also.
ORA-25157: Specified block size string is not valid
Cause: An attempt was made to create a tablespace with a block size which is not supported.
Action: Specify one of the valid blocksizes i.e the standard blocksize or one of (2k, 4k, 8k, 16k, 32k) subject to the maximum and minimum blocksizes supported by the platform.
ORA-25158: Cannot specify RELY for foreign key if the associated primary key is NORELY
Cause: RELY is specified for the foreign key contraint, when the associated primary key constraint is NORELY.
Action: Change the option of the primary key also to RELY.
ORA-25159: Must specify a valid tablespace number
Cause: A valid tablespace number was missing.
Action: Specify a valid tablespace number.
ORA-25160: Must specify a valid relative data block address
Cause: A valid relative data block address was missing.
Action: Specify a valid relative data block address.
ORA-25161: Cannot have both DBA and RDBA options
Cause: Both the DBA and RDBA options were passed to ALTER SYSTEM DUMP REDO.
Action: Use either the DBA option or the RDBA option but not both.
ORA-25162: Must specify both RDBA MIN and RDBA MAX options
Cause: Only one RDBA option was passed to ALTER SYSTEM DUMP REDO.
Action: Specify both RDBA MIN and RDBA MAX.
ORA-25163: Invalid tablespace number or relative data block address
Cause: The relative data block adress is invalid for the given tablespace number or the table space number is invalid.
Action: Specify a valid tablespace number or relative data block address.
ORA-25175: no PRIMARY KEY constraint found
Cause: A PRIMARY KEY constraint must be defined for a table with this organization
Action: Define a PRIMARY KEY
ORA-25176: storage specification not permitted for primary key
Cause: Storage parameters cannot be defined for a PRIMARY KEY constraint for a table with this organization
Action: Remove storage specification for primary key
ORA-25177: UNRECOVERABLE option not permitted
Cause: The UNRECOVERABLE option may not be specified for a primary key for a table with this organization
Action: Remove UNRECOVERABLE option for primary key
ORA-25178: duplicate PCTTHRESHOLD storage option specification
Cause: The storage option PCTTHRESHOLD is specified more than once.
Action: Specify storage options at most once.
ORA-25179: invalid PCTTHRESHOLD storage option value
Cause: The specified value must be a positive integer.
Action: Specify an appropriate value.
ORA-25180: PCTTHRESHOLD only valid for certain table organizations
Cause: PCTTHRESHOLD can only be specified for tables with certain organizations.
Action: Remove the PCTTHRESHOLD option.
ORA-25181: missing ON keyword for NESTED INDEX
Cause: ON keyword required to specify nested index column nest
Action: Add ON keyword
ORA-25182: feature not currently available for index-organized tables
Cause: An attempt was made to use one or more of the following feature(s) not currently supported for index-organized tables: CREATE TABLE with LOB/BFILE/VARRAY columns, partitioning/PARALLEL/CREATE TABLE AS SELECT options, ALTER TABLE with ADD/MODIFY column options, CREATE INDEX
Action: Do not use the disallowed feature(s) in this release.
ORA-25183: index-organized table top index segment is in a different tablespace
Cause: An attempt was made to drop a tablespace which contains an index only table's overflow segment but not the top index segment"
Action: find index-organized tables which span the tablespace being dropped and some other tablespace(s). Drop these tables.
ORA-25184: column name expected
Cause: A column name is not present where required by the CREATE TABLE for specifying last column to be included in the index segment of the index-organized table
Action: Specify a column name where required by the syntax.
ORA-25185: index column other than last can not be specified for INCLUDE clause
Cause: An index column name other than the last is specified as including column
Action: Specify either a column name which is not part of index-organized table primary key index , or the last key column of the primary key for the INCLUDING clause.
ORA-25186: INCLUDING clause specified for index-organized table without OVERFLOW
Cause: INCLUDING clause of a CREATE TABLE is an valid option only for index-organized tables with OVERFLOW clause (at creation time) or if an OVERFLOW segment already exists (at ALTER time).
Action: Specify OVERFLOW clause for the index-organized table : For ALTER, perform ADD OVERFLOW first.
ORA-25187: specified exceptions table form incorrect
Cause: The specified table does not have the proper field definitions.
Action: Specify the correct table to use.
ORA-25189: illegal ALTER TABLE option for an index-organized table
Cause: During ALTER of a index-organized table, the user attempted to enter one or more of the following options: TABLESPACE, ALLOCATE/DEALLOCATE EXTENT, PCTFREE/PCTUSED for IOT top index segment
Action: Remove the illegal option(s).
ORA-25190: an index-organized table maintenance operation may not be combined with other operations
Cause: ALTER TABLE statement attempted to combine an index-organized table maintenance operation (e.g. changing physical attributes) with some other operation (e.g. ADD constraint) which is illegal
Action: Ensure that a index-organized table maintenance operation is the sole operation specified in ALTER TABLE statement;
ORA-25191: cannot reference overflow table of an index-organized table
Cause: An attempt to directly access the overflow table of an index-organized table
Action: Issue the statement against the parent index-organized table containing the specified overflow table.
ORA-25192: invalid option for an index-organized table
Cause: An attempt to specify one or more of the following options for an index-organized table: [NO]CACHE, NO LOGGING, CLUSTER
Action: Remove the illegal option(s)
ORA-25193: cannot use COMPRESS option for a single column key
Cause: An attempt to use COMPRESS option on single column key
Action: Remove the COMPRESS option.
ORA-25194: invalid COMPRESS prefix length value
Cause: The specified value must be a positive integer less than the number of key columns
Action: Specify an appropriate value.
ORA-25195: invalid option for index on an index-organized table
Cause: An attempt to specify one or more of the following options for index on an IOT: BITMAP, REVERSE, PCTUSED
Action: None
ORA-25196: keyword MOVE in ALTER TABLE MOVE must immediately follow <table name>
Cause: MOVE specified after one/more other ALTER options
Action: Remove the illegal option(s)
ORA-25197: an overflow segment already exists for the indexed-organized table
Cause: An attempt was made to ADD OVERFLOW segment on an index-organized table that already has an overflow segment
Action: None
ORA-25198: only range, list, and hash partitioning are supported for index-organized table
Cause: System, or Composite partitioning schemes are not supported yet
Action: Select a different partitioning scheme
ORA-25199: partitioning key of a index-organized table must be a subset of the primary key
Cause: An attempt to specify a partitioning key which is not a prefix of the primary key of the index-organized table
Action: Select a different partitioning key
ORA-25200: invalid value string, QUEUE_NAME should be [SCHEMA.]NAME
Cause: A NULL parameter was specified for QUEUE_NAME.
Action: Specify a non-NULL queue name.
ORA-25201: invalid value, VISIBILITY should be ON_COMMIT or IMMEDIATE
Cause: An invalid value specified for parameter VISIBILITY.
Action: Specify either ON_COMMIT or IMMEDIATE.
ORA-25202: invalid value NULL, string should be non-NULL
Cause: A NULL value was specified for the parameter.
Action: Specify a non-NULL value.
ORA-25203: invalid value string, DELAY should be non-negative
Cause: A negative value or NULL was specified for DELAY.
Action: Specify a non negative integer for DELAY.
ORA-25204: invalid value, SEQUENCE_DEVIATION should be BEFORE or TOP
Cause: An invalid SEQUENCE_DEVIATION was specified.
Action: Specify either the option 'BEFORE' or 'TOP'.
ORA-25205: the QUEUE string.string does not exist
Cause: The specified queue does not exist.
Action: Create the queue first before specifying it for enqueue or dequeue.
ORA-25206: enqueue failed, enqueue to exception queue string.string not permitted
Cause: An attempt was made to enqueue to an exception queue.
Action: Try enqueueing to another queue.
ORA-25207: enqueue failed, queue string.string is disabled from enqueueing
Cause: The queue has been stopped to prevent any further enqueueing.
Action: Enable the queue first by using an administrative operation.
ORA-25208: RELATIVE_MSGID must be specified if SEQUENCE_DEVIATION is BEFORE
Cause: A relative message identifier should be specified if sequence deviation is specified as BEFORE.
Action: Either specify an existing relative message identifier or don't specify sequence deviation as BEFORE.
ORA-25209: invalid value string, EXPIRATION should be non-negative or NEVER
Cause: The expiration is less than zero or NULL.
Action: Specify a valid value for expire_after which should be greater than or equal to zero or NEVER.
ORA-25210: invalid value for RELATIVE_MSGID, no message in queue with that msgid
Cause: No message inm the queue with the msgid equal to the specified RELATIVE_MSGID.
Action: Try again with a valid RELATIVE_MSGID.
ORA-25211: invalid DELAY specified when using sequence deviation
Cause: The DELAY specified in the enqueue is greater than the delay of the message with the given relative message id.
Action: Set the DELAY to be less than or equal to the delay of the message with the given relative message id. If the TOP option is used the delay must be less than or equal to the delay of all the messages in the queue.
ORA-25212: invalid PRIORITY specified when using sequence deviation
Cause: The PRIORITY specified in the enqueue is less than the priority of the message with the given relative message id.
Action: Set the PRIORITY to be less than the delay of the message with the given relative message id. If the TOP option is used the prioirty must be greater than or equal to the priority of all the messages in the queue.
ORA-25213: message with specified RELATIVE_MSGID has been dequeued
Cause: The message specified by the RELATIVE_MSGID field in the sequence deviation BEFORE option has been dequeued.
Action: None
ORA-25214: cannot specify delay or expiration for enqueue to exception queue
Cause: A message was enqueued to the exception queue with either delay or expiration specified.
Action: Enqueue a message without delay or expiration.
ORA-25215: user_data type and queue type do not match
Cause: A user tries to enqueue an object to a queue that was created for objects of different type.
Action: Try enqueue again with an object of the right type.
ORA-25216: invalid recipient, either NAME or ADDRESS must be specified
Cause: Both attributes, NAME and ADDRESS, were specified null for one of the recipients in the recipient list.
Action: Specify a non-null NAME or ADDRESS for the recipient.
ORA-25217: enqueue failed, visibility must be IMMEDIATE for queue string.string
Cause: An attempt was made to enqueue to a non-persistent queue without setting visibility to IMMEDIATE.
Action: Set visibility to IMMEDIATE.
ORA-25218: enqueue failed, delay must be zero for queue string.string
Cause: An attempt was made to enqueue to a non-persistent queue with delay greater than zero seconds.
Action: Set delay to zero.
ORA-25219: enqueue failed, sequence deviation not allowed for queue string.string
Cause: An attempt was made to enqueue to a non-persistent queue with sequence deviation specified.
Action: Do not specify sequence deviation.
ORA-25220: enqueue failed, signature not specified for a non-repudiable queue
Cause: An attempt was made to enqueue to a non-repudiable queue without specifying the signature
Action: Give the signature
ORA-25221: enqueue failed, signature specified queue not supporting non-repudiation
Cause: An attempt was made to enqueue to a queue specifying the signature for a queue not supporting non-repudiation
Action: Remove the signature
ORA-25222: enqueue failed, complete sender info. not provided for a queue supporting non-repudiation
Cause: An attempt was made to enqueue to a queue without giving the complete sender information (name) for a queue supporting non-repudiation
Action: Provide the sender information
ORA-25223: user_data type used is not supported
Cause: An attempt was made to enqueue data into a non persistent queue that is of a type other than the supported raw or object type.
Action: Enqueue the message again with data of raw or object type.
ORA-25224: sender name must be specified for enqueue into secure queues
Cause: An attempt was made to enqueue into a secure queue without specifying a sender name.
Action: Enqueue the message with sender name specified.
ORA-25225: invalid value string, DEQUEUE_MODE should be REMOVE or BROWSE or LOCKED
Cause: An invalid parameter has been specified for DEQUEUE_MODE.
Action: Specify either REMOVE, BROWSE or LOCKED.
ORA-25226: dequeue failed, queue string.string is not enabled for dequeue
Cause: The queue has not been enabled for dequeue.
Action: Enable the queue using START_QUEUE.
ORA-25227: Propagation job string doesn't exist
Cause: The job doesn't exist in AQ$_SCHEDULES or cache.
Action: None
ORA-25228: timeout or end-of-fetch during message dequeue from string.string
Cause: User-specified dequeue wait time has passed or the end of the queue has been reached but no message has been retrieved.
Action: Try dequeue again with the appropriate WAIT_TIME or the FIRST_MESSAGE option.
ORA-25229: error on transformation of message string string
Cause: There was an error when transforming a message at enqueue, dequeue or propagation time.
Action: Correct the transformation function.
ORA-25230: invalid value string, WAIT should be non-negative
Cause: A negative value has been specified for WAIT.
Action: specify a non negative value or FOREVER.
ORA-25231: cannot dequeue because CONSUMER_NAME not specified
Cause: A user tried to dequeue from a queue that has been created for multiple consumers but a CONSUMER_NAME was not been specified in the dequeue options.
Action: Specify the CONSUMER_NAME in the dequeue options.
ORA-25232: duplicate recipients specified for message
Cause: An enqueue was performed with duplicate queue agents in the recipients parameter.
Action: Remove the duplicate queue agent and retry the call.
ORA-25233: invalid parameter specified for NAVIGATION
Cause: An invalid parameter has been specified for NAVIGATION.
Action: Choose one of FIRST_MESSAGE, NEXT_MESSAGE or NEXT_TRANSACTION. Use FIRST_MESSAGE for dequeuing the first message that satisifies the criterion, NEXT_MESSAGE for dequeuing the next message that satisifies the criterion and NEXT_TRANSACTION for moving to a set of messages enqueued by another transaction.
ORA-25234: NEXT_TRANSACTION navigation option invalid for queue table string.string
Cause: The NEXT_TRANSACTION navigation option was used in a dequeue from a queue in a queue table that was not created for transactional grouping.
Action: Specify either FIRST_MESSAGE or NEXT_MESSAGE as the navigation option. If you want to dequeue messages using transactional grouping create the queue in a queue table that has transactional grouping enabled.
ORA-25235: fetched all messages in current transaction from string.string
Cause: The NEXT_TRANSACTION navigation option was used in a dequeue when there were no more messages that belong to the same transaction.
Action: Use the NEXT_TRANSACTION navigation option to move to the next also use the FIRST_MESSAGE option to start from the head of the queue again.
ORA-25236: buffer too small for user data
Cause: The variable or buffer used for the out parameter payload is too small for the user data dequeued.
Action: Increase the size of the buffer or the size of the variable. Maximum size allowed is 32K.
ORA-25237: navigation option used out of sequence
Cause: The NEXT_MESSAGE or NEXT_TRANSACTION option was specified after dequeuing all the messages.
Action: Reset the dequeuing position using the FIRST_MESSAGE naviagtion option and then specify the NEXT_MESSAGE or NEXT_TRANSACTION option.
ORA-25238: too many recipients specified for message destination string
Cause: An ENQUEUE was performed with more than 32 recipients for the given destination (address).
Action: Reduce the number of recipients to 32 or less, and retry the call.
ORA-25239: message ID not supplied when dequeuing from exception queue string.string
Cause: An attempt was made to dequeue from a release 8.0-compatible exception queue without including a message ID in the dequeue options.
Action: Check the application to ensure that the queue name has been specified correctly. If the queue name is correct supply a message ID when dequeuing from a release 8.0-compatible exception queue. Otherwise, upgrade the queue_table containing the queue to release 8.1-compatible using the DBMS_AQADM.MIGRATE_QUEUE_TABLE procedure.
ORA-25240: message ID and dequeue condition/correlation ID specified in dequeue options
Cause: An attempt was made to dequeue by including both a message ID and a dequeue condition/correlation ID in the dequeue options. In the dequeue options, you are permitted to specify either message ID or dequeue condition/correlation ID, or neither.
Action: To dequeue a message, specify a message ID or a dequeue condition/correlation ID in the dequeue options, but do not specify both. If you want to dequeue in the queue's sort order, then do not specify either the message ID or dequeue condition/correlation ID in the dequeue options.
ORA-25241: cannot change correlation ID from string to string without FIRST_MESSAGE option
Cause: An attempt was made to change the correlation ID while using the NEXT_MESSAGE or NEXT_TRANSACTION option for dequeuing.
Action: To use a correlation ID that is different from the previous dequeue call, reset the dequeuing position by using the FIRST_MESSAGE navigation option.
ORA-25242: cannot change subscriber name from string to string without FIRST_MESSAGE option
Cause: An attempt was made to change the subscriber name while using the NEXT_MESSAGE or NEXT_TRANSACTION option for dequeuing.
Action: To use a subscriber name that is different from the previous dequeue call, reset the dequeuing position by using the FIRST_MESSAGE navigation option.
ORA-25243: CONSUMER_NAME cannot be specified when dequeuing from exception queue string.string
Cause: An attempt was made to dequeue from an exception queue by specifying the CONSUMER_NAME in the dequeue options. CONSUMER_NAME can only be specified when dequeuing from a normal queue created for multiple consumers.
Action: Specify only the message id in the dequeue options to dequeue a message from an exception queue.
ORA-25244: dequeue index key not found, QUEUE string, rowid string
Cause: An internal error was encountered. There may be an inconsistency in the queue table index.
Action: Contact your Oracle customer support representative. You may need to provide the trace file and information about reproducing the error.
ORA-25245: agent name cannot be specified if address is a single-consumer queue or an exception queue
Cause: The agent name for the agent in the LISTEN call was specified when the agent address was a single-consumer queue or an exception queue.
Action: Do not specify the agent name.
ORA-25246: listen failed, the address string is an 8.0 style exception queue
Cause: An 8.0 style exception queue was specified in the agent-list for the LISTEN call.
Action: Specify a normal 8.0 style queue or an 8.1 style queue in the agent-list.
ORA-25247: string is not a recipient of specified message
Cause: The consumer name specified in the dequeue options is not a recipient of the message specified by the message id.
Action: Ensure that the agent specified by the consumer name is a recipient of the message specified by the message id.
ORA-25248: duplicate agent specified in the agent list
Cause: An agent was specified more than once in the agent list of the LISTEN call.
Action: Remove the duplicate agent specification(s), and retry the call.
ORA-25249: dequeue failed, dequeue not allowed for queue string.string
Cause: An attempt was made to dequeue from a non-persistent queue.
Action: Dequeue from a different queue.
ORA-25250: Cannot specify a remote recipient for the message
Cause: A recipient for the message enqueued to a non-persistent queue had a non-local address.
Action: Do not specify the address field or specify the queue which is the target of the enqueue
ORA-25251: exceeded maximum number of recipients for message
Cause: An attempt was made to issue an ENQUEUE call that exceeded the the maximum number (1024) of recipients per message.
Action: Reduce the number of recipients to 1024 or less, and retry the call.
ORA-25252: listen failed, the address string is a non-persistent queue
Cause: A non-persistent queue was specified as an address for an agent in the LISTEN call.
Action: Specify a normal queue as address for the agent, and retry the the LISTEN call.
ORA-25253: listen failed, queue string.string is not enabled for dequeue
Cause: An attempt was made to specify a queue that is not enabled for dequeue in a LISTEN call.
Action: Enable the queue for dequeue using START_QUEUE, and retry the LISTEN call.
ORA-25254: time-out in LISTEN while waiting for a message
Cause: The specified wait time has elapsed and there were no messages for any of the agents in the agent-list.
Action: Try the LISTEN call with an appropriate time-out.
ORA-25255: incorrect subscription string string
Cause: An incorrect subscription string was specified with OCIRegister.
Action: Specify a subscription string using the [CONSUMER:]SCHEMA.QUEUE form.
ORA-25256: consumer cannot be specified with a single-consumer queue or an exception queue
Cause: An attempt was made to specify a consumer in the subscription string when registering for notification on a single-consumer queue or an exception queue.
Action: Do not specify the consumer in the subscription string.
ORA-25257: consumer must be specified with a multi-consumer queue
Cause: An attempt was made to register on a multi-consumer queue without specifying a consumer in the subscription string.
Action: Specify a consumer in the subscription string.
ORA-25258: cannot register for notifications on an 8.0 style exception queue
Cause: An attempt was made to specify an 8.0 style exception queue in the subscription string of OCIRegister.
Action: Specify a normal queue or a non-persistent queue.
ORA-25259: cannot specify protocol for agent
Cause: The user specified the protocol attribute for an agent in the agent list.
Action: Do not specify the protocol attribute of the agent object type.
ORA-25261: JOB_QUEUE_PROCESSES must be at least 2 for AQ propagation
Cause: AQ Propagator encountered a setting for JOB_QUEUE_PROCESSES that is insufficient for AQ propagation.
Action: Set the number of JOB_QUEUE_PROCESSES to at least 2 for AQ propagation.
ORA-25262: agent name cannot be NULL if address is a multi-consumer queue
Cause: The name for the agent in the LISTEN call was not specified when the agent address was a multi-consumer queue.
Action: Specify a non-NULL name for the agent.
ORA-25263: no message in queue string.string with message ID string
Cause: An attempt was made to dequeue a message with a specific message ID, but no such message exists in the queue.
Action: Try dequeue again with a valid message ID.
ORA-25264: cant get signature for this queue
Cause: An attempt was made to dequeue the signature from this queue, which is not reciever non-repidiable.
Action: Try dequeue again without the get signature option
ORA-25265: specified signature for a queue which does not support reciever non-repudiation
Cause: An attempt was made to dequeue the message from a queue which does not support reciever non-repudiation, but the signature was specified for verification
Action: Try dequeue again without the signature
ORA-25266: didnt try to dequeue by message id. with the signature
Cause: The signature was specified for a queue, but the dequeue was not done by message id.
Action: Try dequeue again by message id.
ORA-25267: didnt specify the signature for a reciever non-repudiable queue
Cause: The signature was not specified for a reciever non-repudiable queue
Action: Try dequeue again along with the signature
ORA-25268: didnt dequeue in browse mode with get signature option
Cause: The dequeue was not performed in browse mode with get signature option
Action: Try dequeue again in browse mode
ORA-25269: cant specify sognature with get signature option
Cause: The signature is not required for the dequeue with get signature option
Action: Try dequeue again without the signature in dequeue options
ORA-25270: sender info does not match with the actual sender of the message
Cause: The sender info. and the message id. do not match
Action: Try dequeue again without the signature in dequeue options
ORA-25271: queue table not found for the given queue
Cause: The queue table does not exist for the given queue
Action: Provide the right queue name
ORA-25272: Signature does not exist for the given reciever and message id.
Cause: Signature does not exist for the given reciever and message id.
Action: Check the message id. and the reciever's information
ORA-25276: table specified is not a queue table
Cause: An invalid queue table name is specified.
Action: Check the dictionary views to see if the table is a queue table.
ORA-25277: cannot grant or revoke object privilege on release 8.0 compatible queues
Cause: An attempt was made to grant or revoke object privilege on release 8.0 style queues.
Action: Convert the release 8.0 compatible queue table to release 8.1 compatible using DBMS_AQADM.MIGRATE_QUEUE_TABLE before granting or revoking object privilege.
ORA-25278: grantee name cannot be NULL
Cause: An attempt was made to specify NULL for the grantee parameter.
Action: Specify a valid grantee parameter.
ORA-25279: dequeue as select not supported before 8.2
Cause: Dequeue as select not supported before 8.2.
Action: Dont use select condition while dequeuing
ORA-25280: complete sender information not provided to non-repudiate sender
Cause: complete sender information not provided to non-repudiate sender
Action: Provide the complete sender information
ORA-25281: complete reciever information not provided to non-repudiate reciever
Cause: complete reciever information not provided to non-repudiate reciever
Action: Provide the complete reciever information
ORA-25282: message id. not provided for non-repudiation
Cause: message id. was not provided
Action: Provide the message id.
ORA-25283: either agent's name or address needed for non-repudiation
Cause: neither agent's name nor address provided for non-repudiation"
Action: Provide the agent info.
ORA-25284: Invalid value string for string
Cause: An Invalid value or NULL was specified for the parameter.
Action: Check the documentation for valid values.
ORA-25285: Invalid value string for array_mode
Cause: An Invalid value or NULL was specified for the array_mode.
Action: Check the documentation for valid values.
ORA-25286: Invalid number of elements in the message properties array
Cause: Number of elements in the message properties array do not match the number of elements in the payload array.
Action: Create a message property array with one element (that applies for all the elements in the payload array) or create a message property array with the same number of elements as there are in the payload array.
ORA-25287: Invalid value string, string should be non-negative
Cause: An Invalid value or NULL was specified for the parameter.
Action: Specify a non negative integer.
ORA-25288: AQ HTTP propagation encountered error, status-code number, string
Cause: AQ propagation's HTTP request to the propagation servlet at the specified address encountered an error
Action: Specify a valid address in the connect string of the propagation destination dblink, the dblink user has the correct permissions, check if the AQ propagation servlet was properly installed.
ORA-25289: Buffer Already Exists
Cause: Buffer already exists for the specified queue.
Action: None
ORA-25290: Cannot complete operation on queue string with existing messages
Cause: Queue already has messages. Cannot complete operation
Action: Truncate the queue before adding/dropping a buffer
ORA-25291: Buffer does not exist for the specified queue
Cause: Buffer does not exist for the specified queue
Action: Operation on the buffer cannot be performed. create the buffer
ORA-25292: Buffer operations are not supported on the queue
Cause: Buffer operations are not supported on the specified queue type
Action: Buffered operations are only supported on to 8.1 style queues, which do not have transaction grouping.
ORA-25293: Lob attributes must be null for buffered operations
Cause: Enqueue of a buffered message with a non-null lob attribute was attempted
Action: Set the lob attributes to null before enqueuing the buffered message
ORA-25294: Cannot propagate user buffered messages to a database with version lower than 10.2
Cause: Propagation of user buffered messages was attempted to a database with version lower than 10.2.
Action: Do not propagate buffered messages to the database.
ORA-25295: Subscriber is not allowed to dequeue buffered messages
Cause: Subscriber is only allowed to dequeue persistent messages
Action: Drop the subscriber and re-create it, or dequeue only persistent messages for the subscriber
ORA-25296: Queue Table string has a buffered queue string
Cause: Buffered message was enqueued by specifying delay or sequence deviation.
Action: Do not specify delay of sequence deviation when enqueuing buffered messages.
ORA-25298: Only immediate visibility mode supported for buffered message enqueue or dequeue
Cause: A visibility of dbms_aq.ON_COMMIT was supplied with the buffered message enqueue or dequeue
Action: Supply a visibility of dbms_aq.IMMEDIATE
ORA-25299: Invalid message delivery_mode
Cause: Invalid value was specified for delivery mode
Action: Specify dbms_aq.BUFFERED or dbms_aq.PERSISTENT during Enqueue or dbms_aq.BUFFERED, dbms_aq.PERSISTENT or dbms_aq.PERSISTENT_OR_BUFFERED during Dequeue and Listen.
ORA-25300: Cannot drop buffer for queue with buffered subscribers
Cause: Cannot drop buffer for queue with buffered subscribers
Action: Either drop buffered subscribers or forcibly drop the buffer
ORA-25301: Cannot enqueue or dequeue user buffered messages to a database with version lower than 10.2
Cause: Enqueue or dequeue of user buffered messages was attempted to queues in a database with version lower than 10.2.
Action: Do not attempt to enqueue or dequeue user buffered messages.
ORA-25302: Operation not possible for non-buffered queue string
Cause: Last enqd/ackd message is only supported for buffered queues
Action: The operation is not supported.
ORA-25303: Buffered operation allowed only on the owner instance
Cause: Operation was not performed on the owner instance.
Action: Perform operation on the owner instance.
ORA-25304: Cannot use priority order queues for capture LCRs
Cause: Capture LCRs can only use commit time or enqueue time ordered queues.
Action: Use the appropriate type of queue for captured LCRs.
ORA-25305: enqueue failed, expiration must be zero for queue string.string
Cause: An attempt was made to enqueue to a buffered queue with expiration greater than zero seconds.
Action: Set expiration to zero.
ORA-25306: Cannot connect to buffered queue's owner instance
Cause: cannot connect to the owner instance of the buffered queue
Action: set listener information in REMOTE_LISTENERS or LOCAL_LISTENERS initialization parameter.
ORA-25307: Enqueue rate too high, flow control enabled
Cause: Subscribers could not keep pace with the enqueue rate.
Action: Try enqueue after waiting for some time.
ORA-25310: Subscriber is Notification only; dequeue not supported
Cause: Notification only subscribers are not allowed to dequeue.
Action: Recreate subscriber if necessary.
ORA-25311: string not supported for non-persistent queue
Cause: Specified QOS is not supported for non-persistent queues.
Action: Specify the right QOS.
ORA-25312: Cannot specify nonzero sender protocol
Cause: Sender protocol was specified during an enqueue operation.
Action: Specify the enqueue sender protocol as null or zero.
ORA-25313: a queue may not subscribe to itself for propagation
Cause: The specified subscriber had a NULL name and an address equal to the queue name.
Action: Provide a valid subscriber and retry the operation.
ORA-25314: a commit-time queue table cannot be migrated to 8.0
Cause: An attempt was made to migrate a commit-time queue table to an unsupported compatibility level.
Action: Provide an appropriate compatibility level, and retry the operation.
ORA-25315: unsupported configuration for propagation of buffered messages
Cause: An attempt was made to propagate buffered messages with the database link pointing to an instance in the destination database which is not the owner instance of the destination queue.
Action: Use queue to queue propagation for buffered messages.
ORA-25316: Late in the current transaction to begin an Enqueue/Dequeue operation
Cause: Check if the Enqueue/Dequeue operation is performed via triggers on Materialized Views which isn't supported.
Action: Triggers on materialized views aren't supported. Workarounds are on-demand materialized views or execution of trigger code within an autonomous txn.
ORA-25317: Propagation stopped because of instance shutdown
Cause: A propagation job has stopped because the instance is shutting down.
Action: No user action is required.
ORA-25318: Propagation stopped because of instance affinity change
Cause: A propagation job has stopped because its instance affinity has changed.
Action: No user action is required. The job will restart on the appropriate instance.
ORA-25319: Queue table repartitioning aborted
Cause: During instance restart in an Oracle RAC environment, queue table repartitioning aborted due to errors.
Action: Look at the incident generated for this error and report the problem to Oracle Support Services.
ORA-25320: Failed to create, alter, or remove Subscriber
Cause: There is a pending enqueue or dequeue operation on this queue from the same session.
Action: Either COMMIT or ROLLBACK pending enqueue or dequeue operation before attempting to create, alter, or remove the subscriber.
ORA-25321: enqueue failed, user property specified but queue string.string is not an 8.1 style queue
Cause: user properties can only be specified when enqueueing into 8.1 style queues.
Action: Specify an 8.1 style queue or pass user property as NULL.
ORA-25326: Array string operation failed for message at index string
Cause: Array operation fails for the message at specified index. Look at the remainder of the error stack to see what the problem was.
Action: Fix cause of error and retry array operation.
ORA-25327: Array size is invalid
Cause: Array size must be a positive, non-zero integer.
Action: Use corrected array size and retry array operation.
ORA-25328: string argument size string is smaller than array size
Cause: The size of the argument is smaller than the given array size.
Action: Lower array size or use a larger sized input argument.
ORA-25329: AQ array operations not allowed on 8.0 queues
Cause: An array enqueue/dequeue was attempted on an 8.0 queue.
Action: Use single enqueue/dequeue with this queue.
ORA-25330: PL/SQL associative arrays may not be used with AQ array operations
Cause: A PL/SQL associative array was provided for the payload parameter in an enqueue/dequeue array operation.
Action: Use VARRAY or NESTED TABLE types with AQ array operations.
ORA-25331: cannot downgrade because there are commit-time queue tables
Cause: An attempt was made to downgrade a database that has commit-time queue tables.
Action: Drop all commit-time queue tables before attempting the downgrade.
ORA-25332: Invalid release value string for queue table compatible parameter
Cause: The release level given for the queue table compatible parameter is invalid
Action: Specify a valid release value for the queue table compatible parameter
ORA-25333: Buffered Queue to Queue propagation did not connect to the correct instance
Cause: Queue to Queue propagation for buffered messages didn't connect to the correct instance, most likely because service was not started for the destination queue.
Action: No user action is required. Propagation will start the service for the destination queue and retry.
ORA-25334: Buffered propagation must restart as the destination queue was recreated/moved
Cause: Buffered propagation destination queue was recreated or its ownership was moved to another instance during propagation.
Action: No user action is required. Propagation will reinitialize its metadata and retry.
ORA-25335: AQ array operations not allowed for buffered messages
Cause: An array enqueue/dequeue was attempted for buffered messages
Action: Use single enqueue/dequeue for buffered messages or an array size of one.
ORA-25336: Cannot contact instance string during Streams AQ operation
Cause: The specified instance was not responding to AQ requests.
Action: Set parameter aq_tm_processes to a non-zero value. If the problem persists, contact Oracle Support Services.
ORA-25337: Cannot propagate in queue-to-queue mode to a database with version lower than 10.2
Cause: Remote subscriber with queue_to_queue mode set to TRUE was added. The remote subscriber is on a database version lower than 10.2. Propagation was scheduled to a destination database with version lower than 10.2.
Action: Remove the remote subscriber with queue_to_queue mode and add the subscriber back with queue_to_queue set to FALSE. Unschedule the queue-to-queue propagation and schedule propagation in queue-to-dblink mode.
ORA-25338: operation 'string' is not allowed for sync_capture 'string'
Cause: An attempt was made to execute the specified operation for a sync_capture process.
Action: Remove the offending call.
ORA-25339: STREAMS 'string' must be sync_capture
Cause: The specified capture STREAMS did not exist or was not a sync_capture process.
Action: Remove the offending call.
ORA-25340: must use commit-time queue for sync_capture
Cause: An attempt was made to create a sync_capture without using a commit-time queue.
Action: Rerun statement with a commit-time queue.
ORA-25341: sync_capture does not support "string"."string" because of the following reason:
Cause: sync_capture encountered a table with an unsupported property. The most common reason is an unsupported column data type.
Action: Revise the Capture rules to skip over the table in question. One option is to remove the rule that captures changes from the unsupported table. Check DBA_STREAMS_TABLE_RULES to determine the rule on the table specified in the error. Also query the DBA_STREAMS_UNSUPPORTED view to determine which tables are not supported by STREAMS and for what reason. For potential workarounds to certain unsupported properties, see Metalink.
ORA-25342: cannot downgrade because there are apply processes for user buffered messages
Cause: An attempt was made to downgrade a database that has apply process for user-buffered messages.
Action: Drop all the apply processes for user-buffered messages before attempting the downgrade.
ORA-25343: Streams error queue cannot be exported
Cause: An attempt was made to export a database that has apply errors.
Action: Delete or reexecute errors before attempting the export.
ORA-25344: statement has bind variables
Cause: Current API could not handle a statement with bind variables.
Action: Use alternative API which handles bind variables.
ORA-25350: maximum number of concurrent transaction branches exceeded
Cause: the limit on the number of concurrent transaction branches has been reached
Action: Increase the INIT.ORA parameter 'transactions' and restart the system.
ORA-25351: transaction is currently in use
Cause: The transaction is currently used by a different session.
Action: Do not switch to a transaction attached to some other session.
ORA-25352: no current transaction
Cause: The user session is not attached to any transaction.
Action: Do not attempt to detach when there is no current transaction.
ORA-25353: branch marked for deletion
Cause: The branch specified cannot be killed immediately because another session is using the branch, but it has been marked for kill. This means it will be deleted as soon as possible after the current uninterruptable operation is completed.
Action: No action is required for the branch to be deleted.
ORA-25400: must replay fetch
Cause: A failure occured since the last fetch on this statement. Failover was able to bring the statement to its original state to allow continued fetches.
Action: This is an internally used error message and should not be seen by the user.
ORA-25401: can not continue fetches
Cause: A failure occured since the last fetch on this statement. Failover was unable to bring the statement to its original state to allow continued fetches.
Action: Reexecute the statement and start fetching from the beginning
ORA-25402: transaction must roll back
Cause: A failure occured while a transaction was active on this connection.
Action: The client must roll back.
ORA-25403: could not reconnect
Cause: The connection to the database has been lost, and attempts to reconnect have failed.
Action: Manually reconnect.
ORA-25404: lost instance
Cause: The primary instance has died.
Action: This is an internally used error message and should not be seen by the user.
ORA-25405: transaction status unknown
Cause: A failure occured while a transaction was attempting to commit. Failover could not automatically determine instance status.
Action: The user must determine the transaction's status manually.
ORA-25406: could not generate a connect address
Cause: Failover was unable to generate an address for a backup instance.
Action: Contact Oracle customer support.
ORA-25407: connection terminated
Cause: The connection was lost while doing a fetch.
Action: This is an internally used error message and should not be seen by the user.
ORA-25408: can not safely replay call
Cause: The connection was lost while doing this call. It may not be safe to replay it after failover.
Action: Check to see if the results of the call have taken place, and then replay it if desired.
ORA-25409: failover happened during the network operation,cannot continue
Cause: The connection was lost when fetching a LOB column.
Action: Failover happened when fetching LOB data directly or indirectly. Please replay the top level statement.
ORA-25425: connection lost during rollback
Cause: The connection was lost while issuing a rollback and the application failed over.
Action: The connection was lost and failover happened during rollback. If the transaction is not externally coordinated, then Oracle implicitly rolled back, so no action is required. Otherwise examine pending_trans$ to determine if "rollback force" is required.
ORA-25426: remote instance does not support shared dblinks
Cause: A shared dblink is being used to connect to a remote instance that does not support this feature because it is an older version.
Action: Use a normal dblink if you need to connect to this instance.
ORA-25427: cannot downgrade database links after database link data dictionary has been upgraded
Cause: An attempt was made to downgrade after the upgrade of the database link data dictionary.
Action: Drop the database links before attempting the downgrade.
ORA-25436: invalid table alias: string
Cause: An attempt to evaluate was made, which failed because one of the table values specified had an invalid alias.
Action: Check the valid table aliases in the evaluation context, and try again with a valid alias.
ORA-25437: duplicate table value for table alias: string
Cause: An attempt to evaluate was made, which failed because some of the table values specified had the same table alias.
Action: Check the table values specified, and try again with only one value per table.
ORA-25438: invalid variable name: string
Cause: An attempt to evaluate was made, which failed because one of the variable values specified had an invalid name.
Action: Check the valid variable names in the evaluation context, and try again with a valid name.
ORA-25439: duplicate variable value for variable: string
Cause: An attempt to evaluate was made, which failed because some of the variable values specified had the same variable name.
Action: Check the variable names specified, and try again with only one value per variable.
ORA-25440: invalid table alias: string
Cause: An attempt to evaluate was made, which failed because one of the column values specified had an invalid table alias.
Action: Check the valid table aliases in the evaluation context, and try again with a valid name.
ORA-25441: duplicate column value for table alias: string
Cause: An attempt to evaluate was made, which failed because one of the column values supplied a value for a table alias, which already had a table value supplied.
Action: Check the table and column values specified, and try again with either a table value or column values for each table alias.
ORA-25442: too many column values for table alias: string
Cause: An attempt to evaluate was made, which failed because too many column values were supplied for the specified table alias.
Action: Check the column values specified, and try again with the right number of column values.
ORA-25443: duplicate column value for table alias: string, column number: string
Cause: An attempt to evaluate was made, which failed because duplicate column values were supplied for the specified table alias and column number.
Action: Check the column values specified, and try again with only one column value for each table alias, and column number.
ORA-25444: invalid ROWID: string for table alias: string
Cause: An attempt to evaluate was made, which failed because an invalid ROWID was supplied for the specified table alias.
Action: Check the column values specified, and try again with only one column value for each table alias, and column number.
ORA-25445: invalid column number: string for table alias: string
Cause: An attempt to evaluate was made, which failed because an invalid column number was supplied for the specified table alias as a part of a column value.
Action: Check the column values specified, and try again with a valid column number.
ORA-25446: duplicate column value for table alias: string, column: string
Cause: An attempt to evaluate was made, which failed because duplicate column values were supplied for the specified table alias and column name.
Action: Check the column values specified, and try again with only one column value for each table alias, and column name.
ORA-25447: encountered errors during evaluation of rule string.string
Cause: An attempt to evaluate was made, which failed during the evaluation of the specified rule.
Action: Check the rule and the values passed to evaluate, and try again with valid values.
ORA-25448: rule string.string has errors
Cause: An attempt to load the specified rule failed due to errors in the rule.
Action: Check the rule and retry the operation.
ORA-25449: invalid variable name: string
Cause: An attempt to evaluate was made, which failed because one of the attribute values specified had an invalid variable name.
Action: Check the valid variable names in the evaluation context, and try again with a valid name.
ORA-25450: error string during evaluation of rule set string.string
Cause: The specified error occurred during evaluation of the rule set.
Action: Check the error and take appropriate action.
ORA-25451: too many attribute values for variable: string
Cause: An attempt to evaluate was made, which failed because too many attribute values were supplied for the specified variable.
Action: Check the attribute values specified, and try again with the right number of attribute values.
ORA-25452: duplicate attribute value for variable: string, attribute: string
Cause: An attempt to evaluate was made, which failed because duplicate attribute values were supplied for the specified variable and attribute name.
Action: Check the attribute values specified, and try again with only one attribute value for each variable, and attribute name.
ORA-25453: invalid iterator: string
Cause: An attempt to get rule hits or to close an iterator was made, which failed because an invalid iterator was passed in.
Action: Check the iterator, and try again with a valid iterator.
ORA-25454: error during evaluation of rule set: string.string for iterator: string
Cause: An attempt to get rule hits for an iterator was made, which failed because of an error in evaluation of the specified rule set.
Action: Check the validity of the rule set and try again.
ORA-25455: evaluation error for rule set: string.string, evaluation context: string.string
Cause: An attempt to evaluate the specified rule set using the evaluation context specified failed due to some errors.
Action: Check additional errors signalled to determine the problem.
ORA-25456: rule set was modified or evaluation terminated for iterator: string
Cause: An attempt to get rule hits was made, which failed because the underlying rule set was modified after the iterator was returned.
Action: Try again after re-evaluating the rule set.
ORA-25457: evaluation function string returns failure
Cause: The specified evaluation function returned a failure during evaluation, causing evaluation to terminate.
Action: Check arguments to evaluate and retry.
ORA-25461: rule set not specified
Cause: An attempt to evaluate was made, which failed because the ruleset name specified was null.
Action: Check the rule set name, and try again with a valid name.
ORA-25462: evaluation context not specified
Cause: An attempt to evaluate was made, which failed because the evaluation context specified was null.
Action: Check the evaluation context name, and try again with a valid name.
ORA-25463: table alias not specified
Cause: An attempt to evaluate was made, which failed because one of the table values specified had a NULL alias name.
Action: Check the list of table values, and try again with a valid alias name.
ORA-25464: ROWID not specified for table alias: string
Cause: An attempt to evaluate was made, which failed because the table value for the specified table alias had a NULL ROWID.
Action: Check the list of table values, and try again with a valid ROWID.
ORA-25465: variable name not specified
Cause: An attempt to evaluate was made, which failed because one of the variable values specified had a NULL variable name.
Action: Check the list of variable values, and try again with a valid variable name.
ORA-25466: data not specified for variable name: string
Cause: An attempt to evaluate was made, which failed because the variable value for the specified variable name had NULL data.
Action: Check the list of variable values, and try again with valid data.
ORA-25467: table alias not specified
Cause: An attempt to evaluate was made, which failed because one of the column values specified had a NULL alias name.
Action: Check the list of column values, and try again with a valid alias name.
ORA-25468: column name not specified for alias: string
Cause: An attempt to evaluate was made, which failed because one of the column values for the specified alias name had a NULL column name.
Action: Check the list of column values, and try again with a valid column name.
ORA-25469: data not specified for alias: string column name: string
Cause: An attempt to evaluate was made, which failed because the column value for the specified alias and column name had NULL data.
Action: Check the list of column values, and try again with valid data.
ORA-25470: duplicate attribute value for variable: string
Cause: An attempt to evaluate was made, which failed because one of the attribute values supplied a value for a variable, which already had a variable value supplied.
Action: Check the variable and attribute values specified, and try again with either a variable value or attribute values for each variable.
ORA-25471: attribute name not specified for variable: string
Cause: An attempt to evaluate was made, which failed because one of the attribute values for the specified variable had a NULL attribute name.
Action: Check the list of attribute values, and try again with a valid attribute name.
ORA-25472: maximum open iterators exceeded
Cause: The open rule hit iterators in the session exceeded 2 * OPEN_CURSORS.
Action: Close some rule hit iterators.
ORA-25473: cannot store string in rule action context
Cause: The user attempted to put unsupported data types, such as LOBs and evolved ADTs, into the rule action context.
Action: Use only supported data types in rule action context.
ORA-25500: database is not open
Cause: Database must be open to perform ALTER SYSTEM QUIESCE RESTRICTED command.
Action: Open the database and retry this command.
ORA-25501: ALTER SYSTEM QUIESCE RESTRICTED command failed
Cause: Database resource manager failed to change plan.
Action: Look at the alert logs to see detailed description of the error.
ORA-25502: concurrent ALTER SYSTEM QUIESCE/UNQUIESCE command is running
Cause: There is a concurrent ALTER SYSTEM QUIESCE RESTRICTED or ALTER SYSTEM UNQUIESCE command running in the system.
Action: Contact the database administrator who is responsible for the concurrent command.
ORA-25503: cannot open database because the database is being quiesced
Cause: Database cannot be opened because the system is being or has been quiesced.
Action: Open the database after the system has been quiesced.
ORA-25504: the system is already in quiesced state
Cause: Cannot quiesce the system because the system is already quiesced.
Action: None
ORA-25505: the system is not in quiesced state
Cause: Cannot unquiesce the system because the system is not in quiesced state.
Action: None
ORA-25506: resource manager has not been continuously on in some instances
Cause: Cannot quiesce the system because resource manager has not been continuously on since startup in this or some other instances.
Action: None
ORA-25507: resource manager has not been continuously on
Cause: Cannot quiesce the system because resource manager has not been continuously on since startup.
Action: None
ORA-25508: database is not mounted
Cause: Database must be mounted to perform ALTER SYSTEM UNQUIESCE command.
Action: Mount the database and retry this command.
ORA-25509: operation on "string"."string".string not allowed
Cause: A column has been added to a replicated table, but replication support processing has not completed.
Action: Wait until replication support processing has completed before updating the column
ORA-25526: bad format of _DB_MTTR_SIM_TARGET: string
Cause: One value in _DB_MTTR_SIM_TARGET is not a valid MTTR.
Action: Alter the value of _DB_MTTR_SIM_TARGET.
ORA-25527: bad format of _DB_MTTR_SIM_TARGET
Cause: One value in _DB_MTTR_SIM_TARGET is empty.
Action: Set the value of _DB_MTTR_SIM_TARGET properly.
ORA-25528: too many candidate MTTRs are specified in _DB_MTTR_SIM_TARGET
Cause: Too many candidate MTTRs are specified in _DB_MTTR_SIM_TARGET.
Action: Alter the value of _DB_MTTR_SIM_TARGET.
ORA-25530: FAST_START_MTTR_TARGET is not specified
Cause: An attempt to start MTTR advisory was made, which failed because FAST_START_MTTR_TARGET was not specified.
Action: Set FAST_START_MTTR_TARGET.
ORA-25531: MTTR specified is too small: string
Cause: The current FAST_START_MTTR_TARGET setting or a candidate MTTR setting is too small for MTTR advisory.
Action: Set a larger FAST_START_MTTR_TARGET or candidate MTTR.
ORA-25532: MTTR specified is too large: string
Cause: The current FAST_START_MTTR_TARGET setting or a candidate MTTR setting is too large for MTTR advisory.
Action: Set a smaller FAST_START_MTTR_TARGET or candidate MTTR.
ORA-25533: FAST_START_IO_TARGET or LOG_CHECKPOINT_INTERVAL is specified
Cause: An attempt to start MTTR advisory was made, which failed because either FAST_START_IO_TARGET or LOG_CHECKPOINT_INTERVAL was specified.
Action: Set FAST_START_IO_TARGET and LOG_CHECKPOINT_INTERVAL to 0.
ORA-25950: missing where clause in join index specification
Cause: An attempt to create a join index was made, which failed because no valid where clause was found.
Action: Ensure that a where clause with valid join conditions is specified in the create index statement.
ORA-25951: join index where clause cannot contain OR condition
Cause: An attempt to create a join index was made, which failed because there was an OR branch in the where clause.
Action: Reformulate the where clause without using ORs.
ORA-25952: join index must only contain inner equi-joins
Cause: An attempt to create a join index was made, which failed because it included a predicate which wasn't an equi-inner join.
Action: Remove the inappropriate predicate.
ORA-25953: join index cannot be a functional index
Cause: An attempt to create a join index was made, which failed because a functional index was requested or necessary (such as is the case for indexing columns using timezone).
Action: Remove any functional indexing columns.
ORA-25954: missing primary key or unique constraint on dimension
Cause: An attempt to create a join index was made, which failed because one or more dimensions did not have an appropriate constraint matching the join conditions.
Action: Ensure that the where clause is correct (contains all of the constraint columns) and that an enforced constraint is on each dimension table.
ORA-25955: all tables must be joined in the where clause
Cause: An attempt to create a join index was made, which failed because one of the tables in the from clause did not appear in the where clause.
Action: Ensure that the where clause contains all from clause tables.
ORA-25956: join index cannot be created on tables owned by SYS
Cause: An attempt to create a join index was made, which failed because one of the tables was owned by SYS.
Action: Ensure that no join index related table is owned by SYS.
ORA-25957: join index where clause cannot contain cycles
Cause: An attempt to create a join index was made, which failed because the where clause contains a cycle.
Action: Ensure that the where clause is in the form of a star or snowflake schema.
ORA-25958: join index where clause predicate may only contain column references
Cause: An attempt to create a join index was made, which failed because a predicate in the where clause contained something other than a simple column.
Action: Ensure that the where clause only contains columns.
ORA-25959: join index must be of the bitmap type
Cause: An attempt to create a join index was made, which failed because no bitmap keyword was used.
Action: Make the index a bitmap index.
ORA-25960: join index cannot be based on a temporary table
Cause: An attempt to create a join index was made, which failed because one of the tables was temporary.
Action: Ensure no underlying tables are temporary.
ORA-25961: join index prevents dml cascade constraint operation
Cause: An attempt to execute dml resulted in the need to perform dml on another table because of a cascade constraint. The join index only allows one of its underlying tables to me modified at a time.
Action: Drop the join index or remove the constraint.
ORA-25962: join index prevents multitable insert or merge
Cause: An attempt to execute an merge or multitable insert on a table that was used to create a bitmap join index was made. Merge and multitable inserts are not supported on tables that were used to create a bitmap join index.
Action: Drop the join index.
ORA-25963: join index must be created on tables
Cause: An attempt to create a join index was made, which failed because the from clause contains non table object.
Action: Ensure that the from clause only contains tables.
ORA-25964: column type incompatible with join column type
Cause: The datatype of the join column is incompatible with the datatype of the joined column.
Action: Select a compatible datatype for the join column.
ORA-25965: fact table must be included in the from clause
Cause: An attempt to create a join index was made, which failed because the from clause does not contain the fact table.
Action: Ensure that the from clause contains the fact table.
ORA-25966: join index cannot be based on an index organized table
Cause: An attempt to create a join index was made, which failed because one of the tables was an index organized table.
Action: Ensure no underlying tables are index organized.
ORA-26000: partition load specified but table string is not partitioned
Cause: The Loader control file contains a PARTITION clause but the table being loaded is not partitioned.
Action: Remove the partition specification from the SQL*Loader control file and retry the load.
ORA-26001: Index string specified in SORTED INDEXES does not exist on table string
Cause: A nonexistent index was specified in the SORTED INDEXES clause.
Action: Do not specify as a SORTED INDEX.
ORA-26002: Table string has index defined upon it.
Cause: Parallel load was specified into a table which has index defined upon it.
Action: Drop index(es) defined upon table, or don't use parallel load, or use SKIP_INDEX_MAINTENANCE option.
ORA-26003: parallel load not supported for index-organized table string.
Cause: Parallel load is not supported for index-organized tables.
Action: load the index-organized table without the PARALLEL option.
ORA-26004: Tables loaded through the direct path may not be clustered
Cause: User attempted to load a clustered table via the direct path.
Action: Use the conventional path.
ORA-26005: Invalid handle for direct path load
Cause: In direct path load, the handle passed in does not match the type listed.
Action: Verify the handle and type are correct.
ORA-26006: Incorrect bind variable in column string's sql expression - string
Cause: In direct path load, the bind variables listed in the sql expression do not match the input argument column names.
Action: Verify all the input arguments are listed in the expression as bind variables, and all the bind variables are listed as input arguments to the expression. Or verify that there were no errors in executing the OCI statements when getting the bind variable list.
ORA-26007: invalid value for SETID or OID column
Cause: The value passed in a Direct Path API stream for a column containing a SETID or OID has an invalid value. SETIDs and Object IDs must be either 16 bytes of RAW data or 32 bytes of hexidecimal characters.
Action: Regenerate the Direct Path API stream with a valid value for the SETID column.
ORA-26008: Invalid syntax or bind variable in SQL string for column string. string
Cause: See following error message for more information. A SQL string cannot have quoted strings improperly terminated. A bind variable in a SQL string cannot have a length of 0, cannot exceed maximum length of 30 characters, and cannot be missing a double quote.
Action: Fix the SQL string. See following error for more information.
ORA-26009: stream verification error: string
Cause: An error has occurred in a Data Pump stream verification operation.
Action: Contact Oracle Support Services.
ORA-26010: Column string in table string is NOT NULL and is not being loaded
Cause: A column which is NOT NULL in the database is not being loaded and will cause every row to be rejected.
Action: Load the column by specifying the NOT NULL column in the INTO TABLE clause in the SQL*Loader control file.
ORA-26011: Cannot load type string into column string in table string
Cause: A column can only store data of type declared for that column. And a substitutable column can only store data of valid subtypes of the supertype declared for that column.
Action: Check that the type or subtype specified is valid for that column.
ORA-26012: header in file string has an incompatible version number
Cause: A dump file was specified for a load operation whose version number is incompatible with the dump file version currently produced by the Oracle server on the system. Usually this message indicates that the dump file was produced by a newer version of the Oracle server.
Action: Load this dump file using the same version of the Oracle server that created the file.
ORA-26013: List allocated may not be big enough
Cause: There seems to be a discrepancy between the size for a list or buffer allocated by direct path api and the size needed.
Action: Contact Oracle Customer Support.
ORA-26014: unexpected error on string string while retrieving string string
Cause: The SQL error was returned from an OCIStmtExecute call.
Action: Correct the SQL error that was returned.
ORA-26015: Array column string in table string is not supported by direct path
Cause: User attempted to load an array column via the direct path.
Action: Use the conventional path.
ORA-26016: Virtual column string in table string.string cannot be loaded by direct path
Cause: You attempted to load an virtual column using the direct path.
Action: Virtual columns cannot be loaded using the direct path.
ORA-26017: global indexes not allowed for direct path load of table partition string
Cause: Global indexes are defined on a table when direct path loading a single partition of the table.
Action: None
ORA-26018: Column string in table string does not exist
Cause: Column specified in the loader control file does not exist.
Action: Make sure the column exists and that you have privileges on it. Correct the loader control file if it is wrong.
ORA-26019: Column string in table string of type string not supported by direct path
Cause: The Specified column of SQL column type %s is not supported by the direct path loader.
Action: If the column is NULLable, remove it from the control file description. Then it will be loaded as a NULL.
ORA-26020: index string.string loaded successfully with string keys
Cause: Non-partitioned index information put to loader log file.
Action: None. Informational only.
ORA-26021: index string.string partition string loaded successfully with string keys
Cause: Partitioned index information put to loader log file.
Action: None. Informational only.
ORA-26022: index string.string was made unusable due to:
Cause: A Non-partitioned index was made index unusable due to the error displayed below this error.
Action: Depending on the error, either rebuild the index, or drop and re-create it.
ORA-26023: index string.string partition string was made unusable due to:
Cause: A partition of a partitioned index was made index unusable due to error displayed below this error.
Action: Depending on the error, either rebuild the index partition, or drop and re-create the entire index.
ORA-26024: SKIP_UNUSABLE_INDEXES requested and index segment was initially unusable
Cause: User requested SKIP_UNUSABLE_INDEXES option, and the index segment

* was in unusable state prior to the beginning of the load.

Action: Informational only. User will need to either rebuild the index

* or index partition, or re-create the index.

ORA-26025: SKIP_INDEX_MAINTENANCE option requested
Cause: User requested that index maintenance be skipped on a direct path load.
Action: The listed index was put into Index Unusable state due to the user requesting that index maintenance be skipped. Either rebuild the index or index partitions, or drop and re-create the index.
ORA-26026: unique index string.string initially in unusable state
Cause: A unique index is in IU state (a unique index cannot have

* index maintenance skipped via SKIP_UNUSABLE_INDEXES).

Action: Either rebuild the index or index partition, or use

* SKIP_INDEX_MAINTENANCE if the client is SQL*Loader.

ORA-26027: unique index string.string partition string initially in unusable state
Cause: A partition of a unique index is in IU state (a unique index

* cannot have index maintenance skipped via SKIP_UNUSABLE_INDEXES).

Action: Either rebuild the index or index partition, or use

* SKIP_INDEX_MAINTENANCE if the client is SQL*Loader.

ORA-26028: index string.string initially in unusable state
Cause: An index is in IU state prior to the beginning of a direct

* path load, it cannot be maintained by the loader.

Action: Either rebuild the index, re-create the index, or use either

* SKIP_UNUSABLE_INDEXES or SKIP_INDEX_MAINTENANCE (Sql*Loader only).

ORA-26029: index string.string partition string initially in unusable state
Cause: A partition of an index is in IU state prior to the beginning

* of a direct path load, it cannot be maintained by the loader.

Action: Either rebuild index partition, re-create the index, or use either

* SKIP_UNUSABLE_INDEXES or SKIP_INDEX_MAINTENANCE (Sql*Loader only).

ORA-26030: index string.string had string partitions made unusable due to:
Cause: A logical index error occurred on a partitioned index which

* affected one or more index partitions, which are listed below

* this message.

Action: The affected index partitions will have to be re-built, or, the

* entire index dropped and re-created.

ORA-26031: index maintenance error, the load cannot continue
Cause: A index errror occurred during the index maintenance phase of

* a direct path load. The load cannot continue. See error message

* below this message.

Action: See action for the error message which follows this one.
ORA-26032: index string.string loading aborted after string keys
Cause: An index error occurred during direct-load of an index-organized table.

* Loading had to be aborted. No rows were loaded.

Action: Check the key just following the number of keys mentioned above.

* This key caused the index problem mentioned in an earlier message. *

ORA-26033: column string.string encryption properties differ for source or target table
Cause: The source and destination columns did not have the same

* encryption properties.

Action: For security reasons, check that the source and target table have

* the same encryption properties. *

ORA-26034: Column string does not exist in stream
Cause: Column specified in the column list does not exist in the stream.
Action: Make sure the column exists or remove it from the list.
ORA-26035: Error attempting to encrypt or decrypt column
Cause: An error occurred while attemping to encrypt or decrypt

* a database column.

Action: Verify correct encryption key was specified. *
ORA-26036: subpartition load specified but table string is not subpartitioned
Cause: The Loader control file contains a PARTITION clause but the table being loaded is not subpartitioned.
Action: Remove the subpartition specification from the SQL*Loader control file and retry the load.
ORA-26037: must specify partition name(s) for system partitioned table string
Cause: An attempt was made to load a system partitioned table with no partition name(s) specified.
Action: Specify the partition name(s) explicitly.
ORA-26040: Data block was loaded using the NOLOGGING option
Cause: Trying to access data in block that was loaded without

* redo generation using the NOLOGGING/UNRECOVERABLE option

Action: Drop the object containing the block.
ORA-26041: DATETIME/INTERVAL datatype conversion error
Cause: The column could not be converted from DATETIME

* datatype to internal DATETIME/CHARACTER datatype.

Action: Contact Oracle Customer Support.
ORA-26045: REF column string expects string arguments; found string.
Cause: The number of arguments for the REF column is incorrect.
Action: Specify the correct number of input arguments for REFs.

1. Unscoped system-generated REFs can have exactly 1 or 2 input arguments. a) It has exactly 1 input argument (one for the OID value) if a fixed table name was specified through OCI_DIRPATH_EXPR_REF_TBLNAME. b) It has exactly 2 input arguments (one for the table name and one for the OID value) if a fixed table name was not specified through OCI_DIRPATH_EXPR_REF_TBLNAME.

2. Scoped system-generated REFs can have 1 or 2 input arguments. Because a table name argument is not needed for a scoped ref, only 1 argument (OID value) is expected. But if the table name argument is given, it's still accepted.

3. Scoped primary-key REFs with N columns in its primary-key OID can have N or N+1 input arguments. Because a table name argument is not needed for a scoped ref, only N arguments (making up the OID value) is expected. But if the table name argument is given, it's still accepted.

ORA-26046: REF column string expects scoped table name string; user passed in string.
Cause: The scoped table name passed in by the user does not match the name in the schema.
Action: Specify the correct table name for the scoped REF column.
ORA-26048: Scoped REF column has wrong table name.
Cause: The scoped table name passed in by the user does not match the name in the schema.
Action: Specify the correct table name for the scoped REF column.
ORA-26049: Unscoped REF column has non-existent table name.
Cause: The table name passed in by the user does not exist in the schema.
Action: Specify a valid table name for the unscoped REF column.
ORA-26050: Direct path load of domain index is not supported for this column type.
Cause: Direct path can not load a domain index of that column type.
Action: Drop the index and try again or load using conventional path.
ORA-26051: internal error parsing packed decimal format string
Cause: A packed decimal field with a non-zero scale factor is mapped to a character column. In order to perform the datatype conversion, a numeric format string must be created based on the input field's precision and scale specifications. Direct path loader encountered an error in creating this format string.
Action: Examine the packed decimal field's precision and scale specifications and make sure that they contain valid values.
ORA-26052: Unsupported type number for SQL expression on column string.
Cause: The direct path api does not support a SQL expression on a column of that type.
Action: Make sure the types are correct.
ORA-26053: Row was not loaded due to conversion error.
Cause: The current row was not loaded due to a conversion error.
Action: Continue with the load anyways. 260xx - 260xx Direct Path API
ORA-26054: Direct Path Context prepared for a different mode than operation requested.
Cause: The user prepared the direct path context for one operation (Load, Unload, Convert), but then tried to perform a different operation.
Action: Make sure the direct path context mode and operation matches.
ORA-26055: Invalid buffer specified for direct path unload
Cause: The user specified a zero length or null buffer to be used for the Direct Path Unload operation.
Action: Specify a valid buffer and length.
ORA-26056: Requested direct path operation on a view is not supported.
Cause: An attempt was made to load into a view using direct path that has user-defined types, XML data, object type table or SQL expressions.
Action: Do not attempt to use direct path when loading a view that has nonscalar columns or when using SQL expressions on input columns.
ORA-26057: Conversion is not necessary for this direct path stream.
Cause: User attempted to convert a direct path stream that does not require conversion.
Action: Load the stream without conversion it.
ORA-26058: unexpected error fetching metadata for column string in table string
Cause: The direct path API encountered an unexpected error while retrieving metadata for a column.
Action: Contact Oracle support.
ORA-26059: Data is too large for column string
Cause: The direct path API encountered a column that can not be loaded because the input data is too large for a column.
Action: Make the target column larger.
ORA-26060: Can not convert type identifier for column string
Cause: The direct path API encountered a type identifier for a column that can not be loaded because a mapping can not be found for the input value.
Action: Verify the input data.
ORA-26061: Concurrent direct unloads is not allowed.
Cause: User attempted a direct unload when another is still in progress.
Action: Complete the current direct unload before starting another.
ORA-26062: Can not continue from previous errors.
Cause: User attempted to continue a direct path load after receiving an error which indicates the load can not continue.
Action: Address the original error that was returned.
ORA-26063: Can not flashback to specified SCN value - Wrap: string Base: string.
Cause: User specified an SCN which occurs before the last time the table definition was modified.
Action: Specify a more recent SCN.
ORA-26064: Invalid SCN specified - Wrap: string Base: string.
Cause: User specified an invalid SCN.
Action: Specify a valid SCN.
ORA-26065: check constraint cannot reference column, string, in direct path load
Cause: An enabled check constraint was found on a column stored as a lob.
Action: Either disable the check constraint before loading the table data

* using the direct path mode, or use the conventional path mode

* instead.

ORA-26076: cannot set or reset value after direct path structure is allocated
Cause: Client attempted to set or reset the number of rows in a direct path

* structure after it has already been allocated and initialized.

* Attributes used is one of the following:

* - OCI_ATTR_NUM_ROWS: to set # of rows in a direct path column array

* - OCI_ATTR_DIRPATH_DCACHE_SIZE: to set size of a date cache

* (default is 0)

* - OCI_ATTR_DIRPATH_DCACHE_DISABLE: to set whether date cache will be

* disabled on overflow (default is FALSE)

Action: Set the following attributes before:

* - OCI_ATTR_NUM_ROWS: before calling OCIHandleAlloc for column array

* - OCI_ATTR_DIRPATH_DCACHE_SIZE: before calling OCIDirPathPrepare

* - OCI_ATTR_DIRPATH_DCACHE_DISABLE: before calling OCIDirPathPrepare

ORA-26077: direct path column array is not initialized
Cause: Client attempted to allocate a column array for a direct path

* function context before allocating a column array for the

* table-level direct path context.

Action: Allocate the table-level direct path context's column array

* via OCIHandleAlloc before allocating column arrays for

* direct path function contexts.

ORA-26078: file "string" is not part of database being loaded
Cause: A parallel load file was specified which is not part

* of the database.

Action: Check filename and pathname for correctness.
ORA-26079: file "string" is not part of table string.string
Cause: A parallel load file was specified which is not in the

* tablespace of the table being loaded.

Action: Check to make sure that the specified parallel load file

* is in the tablespace of the table being loaded.

ORA-26080: file "string" is not part of table string.string partition string
Cause: A parallel load file was specified which is not in the

* tablespace of the table (partition, subpartition) being loaded.

* When a partitioned table is being loaded, the file must be

* in the tablespace of every partition or subpartition

* (i.e. each (sub)partition must be in the same tablespace).

Action: Specify a different parallel load file, or no file at all.
ORA-26082: load of overlapping segments on table string.string is not allowed
Cause: Client application is attempting to do multiple direct path load

* operations on the same table, but the segments overlap.

Action: Check the partition names (subname attribute of the direct path

* context) being loaded. Make sure you are not loading a table,

* and a partition of the same table. Make sure you are not

* loading a partition, and a sub-partition within the same

* partition.

ORA-26083: unsupported direct path stream version string
Cause: The stream version requested is not supported by the server.
Action: Check to make sure that the VERSION attribute of the direct

* stream is not being set to an invalid value.

ORA-26084: direct path context already finished
Cause: An OCIDirPathLoadStream operation was attempted after

* OCIDirPathFinish was called. Once a direct path operaton

* has been finished, no more data can be loaded.

Action: Check program logic to make sure OCIDirPathLoadStream is

* not called after OCIDirPathFinish.

ORA-26085: direct path operation must start its own transaction
Cause: A direct path operation is being attempted within a transaction

* that has already been started.

Action: Commit the transaction and Prepare the direct path operation again.
ORA-26086: direct path does not support triggers
Cause: A direct path operation is being attempted on a table which

* has enabled triggers.

Action: Disable the triggers on the table and try again.
ORA-26088: scalar column "string" must be specified prior to LOB columns
Cause: All scalar columns (i.e. non-LOB and non-LONG columns) must be

* specified by the client of the direct path API prior to

* specifying any LOB columns.

Action: Specify all scalar columns prior to specifying any LOB columns.
ORA-26089: LONG column "string" must be specified last
Cause: A client of the direct path API specified a LONG column to be

* loaded, but the LONG column was not the last column to be

* specified.

Action: Specify the LONG column last.
ORA-26090: row is in partial state
Cause: A direct path operation is being finished or a data save request

* has been made, but the table for which the request is being made

* on has a row in partial state. The row must be completed before

* the segment high water marks can be moved.

Action: Either complete the row, or abort the direct path operation.
ORA-26091: requested direct path operation not supported
Cause: A direct path operation was requested that is not supported
Action: Do not use that operation. Currently, UNLOAD is not supported.
ORA-26092: only LONG or LOB types can be partial
Cause: A column which is not a LONG or LOB had the

* OCI_DIRPATH_COL_PARTIAL flag associated with it.

* Only LONG or LOB type columns can be loaded in pieces.

Action: Do not use the OCI_DIRPATH_COL_PARTIAL flag for the column.
ORA-26093: input data column size (number) exceeds the maximum input size (number)
Cause: The user attempted to specify a column size (%d) that exceeded

* the maximum allowable input size (%d)."

Action: Make sure the input column metadata matches the column definition.
ORA-26094: stream format error: input column overflow
Cause: An input stream contained data for more input columns

* than specified by the client of the direct path API.

Action: Make sure that the stream being loaded is for the

* correct table. Check initialization sequence.

ORA-26095: unprocessed stream data exists
Cause: Either a OCIDirPathLoadStream call was made which provided

* more stream data prior to the server being able to fully

* process the stream data that it already has, or a

* OCIDirPathFinish call was made when the server had

* unprocessed stream data.

Action: Most likely an application mis-use of the direct path API.

* Make sure that the stream is not being reset inadvertently

* prior to any previous stream data being processed, or, that

* OCIDirPathFinish is not being called prematurely (i.e. stream

* pushed, error encountered and LoadStream not called to process

* the remainder of the stream before Finish is called.)

ORA-26096: transfer size too small for row data (number bytes required)
Cause: Either the transfer buffer size specified, or the default

* transfer buffer size (if you did not specify a size), is

* too small to contain a single row of the converted row data.

Action: Set the transfer buffer size attribute of the direct path

* context to be larger.

ORA-26097: unsupported conversion for column string (from type number to type number)
Cause: The direct path api does not support the required conversion.
Action: Make sure the types are correct. *
ORA-26098: direct path context is not prepared
Cause: A direct path api function was called with a direct path

* context which has not been prepared.

Action: Make sure all necessary attributes in the direct path

* context have been set, and the context is prepared via

* OCIDirPathPrepare.

ORA-26099: direct path context is already prepared
Cause: OCIDirPathPrepare was called with a context that has already

* been prepared.

Action: Free the direct path context, set necessary attributes, and

* call OCIDirPathPrepare.

ORA-26101: tablespace # in file header is string rather than string for file string
Cause: The tablespace number in the file header is inconsistent with that in the control file.
Action: Check if the control file has been migrated correctly. Retry with the correct control file and data file.
ORA-26102: relative file # in file header is string rather than string for file string
Cause: The relative file number in the file header is inconsistent with that in the control file.
Action: Check if the control file has been migrated correctly. Retry with the correct control file and data file.
ORA-26103: V6 or V7 data file used to create control file
Cause: The file header of the referenced file is in V6 or V7 format.
Action: Either remove the file from the create control file command, or somehow migrate the file header to V8 format.
ORA-26500: error on caching "string"."string"
Cause: Attempt to cache the replication information which is unavailable in the catalog for the object.
Action: Use dbms_reputil.sync_up_rep to validate the replication catalog, or use dbms_reputil.make_internal_pkg to validate internal package.
ORA-26501: RepAPI operation failure
Cause: An external RepAPI operation failed.
Action: consult detail error message.
ORA-26502: error resignal
Cause: An internal service failed and signalled an error"
Action: consult detail error message.
ORA-26503: internal RepAPI operation failure on object string.string
Cause: An unexpected internal RepAPI failure was detected
Action: Contact Oracle support.
ORA-26504: operation not implemented
Cause: The caller requested a RepAPI operation that was not implemented
Action: Do not issue this call.
ORA-26505: unexpected internal null
Cause: An internal buffer control structure was NULL
Action: Verify that sufficient memory resources are available to RepAPI.
ORA-26506: null global context
Cause: An internal buffer control structure was NULL
Action: Verify that sufficient memory resources are available to RepAPI.
ORA-26507: null master connection
Cause: The master connection handle was or became invalid.
Action: Verify that the master connection is valid.
ORA-26508: null materialized view connection
Cause: The client connection handle was or became invalid.
Action: Verify that the client connection is valid.
ORA-26509: null materialized view control structure
Cause: An internal materialized view control structure could not be obtained.
Action: Check that the owner and users provided are correct.
ORA-26510: materialized view name: 'string' is greater than max. allowed length of string bytes
Cause: The specified materialized view name was too long.
Action: Shorten the materialized view name.
ORA-26511: master table 'string.string' not found
Cause: A RepAPI operation was attempted against a non-existent or invalid master table
Action: Verify that the master table object exists.
ORA-26512: error pushing transaction to def$error
Cause: An unexpected error occurred while sending an def$error rpc to the master site
Action: Verify that the DBMS_DEFER package is valid and executable by the RepAPI client. Contact the local or master site administrator, if necessary.
ORA-26513: push error: master proc. string$RP.string failed for trans:string seq:string
Cause: A conflict/error occurred at the master site while executing a $RP.rep_insert(), rep_update(), or rep_delete() function which was not handled by conflict resolution logic at the master.
Action: Notify master site system adminstrator or DBA.
ORA-26514: object 'string.string' not found
Cause: The specified object was expected but not found.
Action: Verify that the specified object exists and is valid.
ORA-26515: no master log available for 'string.string'
Cause: The specified master log was not found or available for the named table.
Action: Create the master log at the master site or correct any problems that may exist with the log.
ORA-26516: no push transaction acknowledgement
Cause: RepAPI was unable to confirm that the last pushed transaction was successfully commited by the master site.
Action: Verify that the communications link between the local site and the master site is still valid. If the transaction has not been committed at the master, repush the transaction.
ORA-26517: materialized view control entry for 'string.string' was not found
Cause: The specified materialized view catalog control reocrd was not found.
Action: Verify that the local materialized view catalog is valid and that the local materialized view is properly defined.
ORA-26518: push queue synchronization error detected
Cause: Client tried to repush a transaction has already been committed at the master site. A common cause of this problem is an error at the local site in initializing or updating the local site transaction sequence mechanism.
Action: Verify that transaction data that RepAPI was attempting to repushed to the master site exists at the master table and is valid and consistent with the local site. If this error occurs, redundantly identified transactions are ignored and then purged from the local updatable materialized view logs. Check that the local site is correctly assigning new transactionIDs and is not accidently generating non-unique values.
ORA-26519: no memory available to allocate
Cause: There was no memory left for the RepAPI process. This error may occur when RepAPI is trying to allocate a new table buffer area.
Action: Shutdown one or more local applications to attempt to free heap memory and retry the RepAPI operation.
ORA-26520: internal memory failure
Cause: An internal memory error was detected.
Action: Check if other errors have occurred or determine if any local application may have corrupted the memory subsystem.
ORA-26521: rpc initialization error
Cause: An error occurred during the initialization of a PL/SQL rpc.
Action: Verify that the procudure to be invoked exists and is valid at the master site and is executable by the RepAPI user.
ORA-26522: rpc execution error
Cause: An error occurred during the execution of a PL/SQL rpc.
Action: Check the error messages from the remote procedure and fix any remote site problems that may be preventing the execution of the invoked rpc.
ORA-26523: rpc termination error
Cause: An error occurred during the termination of a PL/SQL rpc. This is usually caused by master site being unable to close an opened cursor or if RepAPI cannot deallocate internal memory.
Action: Fix any server side problems first, determine if the RepAPI memory subsystem has been corrupted.
ORA-26524: nls subsystem initialization failure for product=string, facility=string
Cause: The NLS product/facility error message file could not be located or properly initialized.
Action: Check that the error message directory and file(s) have been properly installed.
ORA-26525: session connection attempt failed for string (@string)
Cause: A connection could not be established to the specified database using the provided connection string.
Action: Check that the user, password, connect string, names services, network, and any remote site listener process are properly installed and working.
ORA-26526: materialized view sql ddl parse/expansion failed for string.string
Cause: The client sql materialized view definition query could not be properly parsed by the master Oracle site.
Action: Check that materialized view ddl sql is compatible with the currently connected version of Oracle and does not violate any of the RepAPI sql limitations or restrictions.
ORA-26527: local store callback init phase failed for 'string.string'
Cause: The client callback failed during its INIT phase for the named object.
Action: Verify that the objects referenced by the client callback exist and are valid. Refer to the vendor-specific callback error code reference to diagnose the local problem. Record all error state and notify Oracle support.
ORA-26528: local store callback proc phase failed for 'string.string'
Cause: The client callback failed during its PROC phase for the named object.
Action: Refer to the vendor-specific callback error code reference to diagnose the local problem. Record all error state and notify Oracle support.
ORA-26529: local store callback term phase failed for 'string.string'
Cause: The client callback failed during its TERM phase for the named object.
Action: Refer to the vendor-specific callback error code reference to diagnose the local problem. Record all error state and notify Oracle support.
ORA-26530: unable to build materialized view refresh control list
Cause: The materialized view control list could not be constructed. This is generally the result of an error while accessing the local materialized view catalog.
Action: Verify that the named materialized view(s) are properly defined and valid.
ORA-26532: replication parallel push simulated site failure
Cause: A parallel push executed with event 26531 enabled raises this error to simulation failure of network or destination site.
Action: Do not enable the event for normal operation.
ORA-26534: collision: tranID number ignored and purged
Cause: A transaction that was pushed had a transaction ID that collided with a transaction that was previously pushed and committed at the master site.
Action: See the action section for E_QUEUESYNC (26518).
ORA-26535: number byte row cache insufficient for table with rowsize=number
Cause: A transaction that was pushed had a transaction ID that collided with a transaction that was previously pushed and committed at the master site.
Action: Increase the RepAPI row buffer size or reduce the width of the replicated tables.
ORA-26536: refresh was aborted because of conflicts caused by deferred transactions
Cause: There are outstanding conflicts logged in the DEFERROR table at the materialized view's master site.
Action: Resolve the conflicts in the master DEFERROR table and refresh again after the table is empty. Alternatively, refresh with REFRESH_AFTER_ERRORS, even if there are conflicts in the master's DEFERROR table. Proceeding despite conflicts can result in an updatable materialized view's changes appearing to be temporarily lost, until a refresh succeeds after the conflicts are resolved.
ORA-26563: renaming this table is not allowed
Cause: Attempt to rename a replicated table, an updatable materialized view table or the master table of a materialized view for which a materialized view log has beencreated.
Action: If desired, unregister the replicated table with dbms_repcat.drop_master_repobject, or use the recommended procedure to rename the master table of a materialized view.
ORA-26564: string argument is not of specified type
Cause: User passed type of the given argument number doesn't match with the type of the argument in the stored arguments.
Action: Invoke correct type procedure (i.e. get_XXX_arg)
ORA-26565: Call to <type>_arg made before calling dbms_defer.call
Cause: User invoked <type>_arg procedure before starting a deferred call
Action: Invoke various procedures in the correct order.
ORA-26566: Couldn't open connect to string
Cause: Failed to open connection using given dblink
Action: Make sure that the dblink is valid and remote m/c is up.
ORA-26571: string.string.string: number of arguments (string) does not match replication catalog
Cause: number of arguments does not match replication catalog
Action: examine total number of arguments for the rpc call
ORA-26572: string.string.string: argument string does not match replication catalog
Cause: the (rpc) call is corrupted
Action: examine total number of arguments and each argument for the rpc call
ORA-26575: remote database does not support replication parallel propagation
Cause: The remote database has a version lower than Oracle 8.0 and hence does not understand replication parallel propagation.
Action: Use serial propagation or upgrade the remote database to Oracle 8.0 or above.
ORA-26576: cannot acquire SR enqueue
Cause: An attempt to acquire the SR enqueue in exclusive mode failed.
Action: None
ORA-26577: PRESERVE TABLE can not be used when dropping old style materialized view string.string
Cause: The materialized view consists of a view and a container table.
Action: Drop the materialized view without PRESERVE TABLE option.
ORA-26650: string string background process string might not be started successfully
Cause: An error occurred during creation of a capture or apply background process.
Action: Review V$STREAMS_CAPTURE and V$STREAMS_APPLY_COORDINATOR views for the status of these processes. Also check the trace file for more information.
ORA-26651: Unable to start or stop capture process string
Cause: An attempt was made to start or stop a capture process while another capture process was concurrently starting or stopping.
Action: You cannot concurrently start or stop capture processes. Wait before attempting to start or stop additional capture processes.
ORA-26652: Capture string did not start properly and is currently in state string
Cause: An attempt to restart a capture process failed.
Action: Review V$STREAMS_CAPTURE view for the state of the capture process. Also check the trace files for more information.
ORA-26653: Apply string did not start properly and is currently in state string
Cause: An attempt to restart an apply process failed.
Action: Review V$STREAMS_APPLY% views for the state of the apply process. Also check the trace files for more information.
ORA-26654: Capture string attempted to connect to apply string already configured for string
Cause: An attempt was made by a GoldenGate, XStream or Streams Capture or XStream In to connect to an Apply that is already connected in the other mode.
Action: You cannot connect a capture to an apply already configured for another apply mode. Create or connect to another apply.
ORA-26655: Invalid string specified for string procedure
Cause: An attempt was made to execute the specified procedure with an invalid SCN value.
Action: Resubmit procedure with a valid SCN value.
ORA-26660: Invalid action context value for string
Cause: The value specified in the action context is invalid for use in GoldenGate, XStream or Streams.
Action: Check that the type and value are correct.
ORA-26662: unable to process string Data Dictonary information for object
Cause: The database is unable to process GoldenGate, XStream or Streams Data Dictionary for this object.
Action: Check that the compatibility for the database supports the object, and check the trace file for information about the object.
ORA-26663: error queue for apply process string must be empty
Cause: The error queue for this apply process contains error entries.
Action: Execute or delete errors in the error queue.
ORA-26664: cannot create string process string
Cause: An attempt was made to create a GoldenGate, XStream or Streams process when another was being created concurrently.
Action: Wait for the creation of the other GoldenGate, XStream or Streams process to finish before attempting to create the process.
ORA-26665: string process string already exists
Cause: An attempt was made to create a GoldenGate, XStream or Streams process that already exists.
Action: Either specify another process or remove the existing GoldenGate, XStream or Streams process.
ORA-26666: cannot alter string process string
Cause: An attempt was made to alter a GoldenGate, XStream or Streams process that is currently running.
Action: Stop the GoldenGate, XStream or Streams process with FORCE parameter set to TRUE and reissue the command.
ORA-26667: invalid string parameter string
Cause: An attempt was made to specify an invalid parameter.
Action: Check the documentation for valid parameters.
ORA-26668: string process string exists
Cause: An attempt to remove the component failed because it is associated with the GoldenGate, XStream or Streams process.
Action: Either remove the process manually or specify the "cascade" option in dbms_streams_adm.remove_queue.
ORA-26669: parameter string inconsistent with parameter string
Cause: An attempt was made to specify a subprogram parameter value that is inconsistent with another parameter value.
Action: Check the documentation for valid parameter values.
ORA-26670: No capture is found for queue 'string'
Cause: An attempt was made to add an XStream outbound server to a queue using uncommitted data mode when no co-located Streams capture was configured for that queue.
Action: Change to committed data mode or configure a local Streams capture for the specified queue then retry the operation.
ORA-26671: maximum number of string processes exceeded
Cause: Cannot create additional GoldenGate, XStream or Streams processes since the maximum number of processes has been reached.
Action: Remove existing GoldenGate, XStream or Streams processes and retry the operation.
ORA-26672: timeout occurred while stopping string process string
Cause: Timeout occurred while waiting for a GoldenGate, XStream or Streams process to shut down.
Action: Retry the operation. If the error persists, try stopping the process with the FORCE option, or contact Oracle Support Services.
ORA-26673: duplicate column name string
Cause: An attempt was made to specify a duplicate column name in an LCR.
Action: Remove the duplicate column and retry the operation.
ORA-26674: Column mismatch in 'string.string' (LCR: string type=string; DB: string type=string)
Cause: The columns in the LCR were not the same or not found in the database table.
Action: Alter the database table.
ORA-26675: cannot create string capture process string
Cause: GoldenGate, XStream or Streams capture process could not be created because one or more parameters contain invalid value.
Action: Refer to trace file for more details.
ORA-26676: Table 'string.string' has string columns in the LCR and string columns in the replicated site
Cause: The number of columns in the LCR was not the same as the the replicated site.
Action: Alter the table structure
ORA-26677: string downstream capture process string cannot proceed
Cause: Database global name has been set to a value which is same as the source database name of the downstream capture process.
Action: Change database global name to a value other than the source database name for the downstream capture.
ORA-26678: string downstream capture process for source database string must be created at database string first
Cause: A GoldenGate, XStream or Streams downstream capture process was nonexistent when this operation was attempted.
Action: Create a GoldenGate, XStream or Streams downstream capture process, then retry the operation.
ORA-26679: operation not allowed on LOB or LONG columns in LCR
Cause: Certain operations on LOB/LONG columns of the LCR through rule-based transformations, DML handlers, or error handlers were not allowed.
Action: Do not perform restricted operations on LOB or LONG columns in LCRs. See the documentation for operations that are restricted on LOB/LONG columns in LCRs.
ORA-26680: object type not supported
Cause: The specified object type is not supported.
Action: Retry with a supported object type.
ORA-26681: command type not supported
Cause: The specified command type is not supported.
Action: Retry with a supported command type.
ORA-26682: invalid value for publication_on
Cause: The publication_on parameter should be either 'Y' or 'N'
Action: Retry with a proper value for publication_on.
ORA-26683: invalid value for value_type
Cause: The value_type parameter should be either 'OLD' or 'NEW'
Action: Retry with proper value_type.
ORA-26684: invalid value for value_type
Cause: The value_type parameter should be one of 'OLD', 'NEW' or '*'
Action: Retry with proper value_type.
ORA-26685: cannot apply transactions from multiple sources
Cause: Transactions from multiple sources were sent to the same apply process.
Action: Create multiple apply processes and create appropriate rules so that transactions from only one source reach an apply process.
ORA-26686: cannot capture from specified SCN
Cause: An attempt was made to specify an invalid SCN.
Action: Retry with a valid SCN.
ORA-26687: no instantiation SCN provided for "string"."string" in source database "string"
Cause: Object SCN was not set. If the object is a table, then both fields will be filled, for example "SCOTT"."EMP". If the object is a schema, only one field will be set, for example "SCOTT"."". And if the object is the entire database, no fields will be set, for example ""."".
Action: Set the SCN by calling DBMS_APPLY_ADM.SET_%_INSTANTIATION_SCN
ORA-26688: missing key in LCR
Cause: Metadata mismatch, or not enough information in the user generated LCR.
Action: Alter the database object, or provide all defined keys in the LCR.
ORA-26689: column datatype mismatch in LCR
Cause: The datatypes of columns in the LCR are not the same as the datatypes in the database object.
Action: Alter the database object.
ORA-26690: datatype not supported at non-Oracle system
Cause: One of the columns of the LCR being applied was of a datatype not supported by either the target non-Oracle system or by the Oracle transparent gateway through which the apply is being done.
Action: Do not apply data of this type. If possible, filter out columns containing such datatypes before applying.
ORA-26691: operation not supported at non-Oracle system
Cause: The apply process attempted an operation that is either not supported by the non-Oracle system or by the Oracle transparent gateway through which the apply is being done. Some kinds of DML (like procedure and function calls) and all DDL will cause this error to be raised.
Action: Do not attempt to apply such LCRs to non-Oracle systems. If possible, filter out such LCRs before applying.
ORA-26692: invalid value string, string should be in string format
Cause: The parameter specified was not in the correct format.
Action: Specify the parameter value in the correct format.
ORA-26693: string string process dropped successfully, but error occurred while dropping rule set string
Cause: An attempt to drop an unused rule set failed after dropping the GoldenGate, XStream or Streams proccess successfully.
Action: Check existence of rule set and manually drop if necessary.
ORA-26694: error while enqueueing into queue string.string
Cause: An error occurred while enqueueing a message.
Action: If the situation described in the next error on the stack can be corrected, do so.
ORA-26695: error on call to string: return code string
Cause: A locking related call failed.
Action: Try the call again after fixing the condition indicated by the return code.
ORA-26696: no string data dictionary for object with number string and version number string from source database string
Cause: An attempt to access the database object failed because the data dictionary for the object was either never populated or it was purged.
Action: Make sure the GoldenGate, XStream or Streams data dictionary is created by calling DBMS_CAPTURE_ADM.PREPARE_%_INSTANTIATION.
ORA-26697: LCR contains extra column 'string'
Cause: The LCR contained more columns than the replicated table.
Action: Alter the database object.
ORA-26698: string did not have a string rule set
Cause: The GoldenGate, XStream or Streams client does not have a rule set of the indicated type.
Action: Verify that the GoldenGate, XStream or Streams client has a rule set of the specified type, and retry the operation.
ORA-26699: string message consumer string already exists
Cause: An attempt was made to create a GoldenGate, XStream or Streams message consumer that already exists.
Action: Either specify another message consumer or remove the existing GoldenGate, XStream or Streams message consumer.
ORA-26701: string process string does not exist
Cause: An attempt was made to access a GoldenGate, XStream or Streams process which does not exist.
Action: Check with the relevant security views for the correct name of the object.
ORA-26705: cannot downgrade capture process after Streams data dictionary has been upgraded
Cause: An attempt was made to downgrade a capture process after it has upgraded the GoldenGate, XStream or Streams data dictionary.
Action: Drop the capture process before attempting the downgrade.
ORA-26706: cannot downgrade capture process
Cause: An attempt was made to downgrade a capture process that has a higher version than the downgrade release version.
Action: Drop the capture process after capture has finished consuming all the redo logs before attempting the downgrade.
ORA-26708: remote DDL not supported by STREAMS : dblink string
Cause: The apply process attempted to apply a DDL LCR via a dblink. This is not supported.
Action: Do not attempt to apply DDL LCRs via a dblink. If possible, filter out DDL LCRs before applying.
ORA-26709: Streams RFS restart
Cause: Remote file server (RFS) process was restarted to reflect a change in DOWNSTREAM_REAL_TIME_MINE option of the GoldenGate, XStream or Streams capture process.
Action: No action required. This is an informational message only.
ORA-26710: incompatible version marker encountered during Capture
Cause: Capture process cannot mine redo from a version higher than the current software release version.
Action: Drop and recreate the capture process.
ORA-26711: remote table does not contain a primary key constraint
Cause: The master table for remote apply does not constain a primary key constraint or the primary key constraint has been disabled.
Action: Create a primary key constraint on the master table or enable the existing constraint.
ORA-26712: remote object is "string"."string"\@"string"
Cause: See the preceding error message to identify the cause. This message names the remote object, usually a table or view, for which an error occurred when GoldenGate, XStream or Streams tried to access it for remote apply.
Action: See the preceding error message.
ORA-26713: remote object does not exist or is inaccessible
Cause: GoldenGate, XStream or Streams replication could not access the named table or view at a remote database to apply changes.
Action: Confirm that the given remote table or view exists and is accessible through the given database link. When using a Heterogeneous Services database link to access a non-Oracle system, it may be necessary to check administration details for network connections at the non-Oracle system.
ORA-26714: User Error string encountered during apply process
Cause: An error was encountered during an apply process.
Action: Query the DBA_APPLY_ERROR view to determine the error and take the appropriate action.
ORA-26715: time limit reached
Cause: The specified time limit was reached for the GoldenGate, XStream or Streams process.
Action: Restart the GoldenGate, XStream or Streams process, increasing the TIME_LIMIT parameter if necessary.
ORA-26716: message limit reached
Cause: The specified message limit was reached for the Capture process.
Action: Restart the Capture process, increasing the MESSAGE_LIMIT parameter if necessary.
ORA-26717: SCN limit reached
Cause: The specified SCN limit was reached for the GoldenGate, XStream or Streams process.
Action: Change the MAXIMUM_SCN parameter, then restart the GoldenGate, XStream or Streams process.
ORA-26718: transaction limit reached
Cause: The specified transaction limit was reached for the Apply process.
Action: Restart the Apply process, increasing the TRANSACTION_LIMIT parameter if necessary.
ORA-26721: enqueue of the LCR not allowed
Cause: An apply process attempted to enqueue an LCR with a LONG column. This is not supported.
Action: Modify rules or unset the enqueue destination to prevent LCRs with LONG columns from being enqueued by the apply process.
ORA-26723: user "string" requires the role "string"
Cause: The caller did not have the specified role or called the procedure from a definer's rights package or procedure.
Action: Grant the specified role to the caller. If the procedure is called from a definer's rights package or procedure, change the definer's rights package or procedure to an invoker's rights package or procedure. Or grant all the privileges for the specified role explicitly.
ORA-26724: only SYS is allowed to set the Capture or Apply user to SYS.
Cause: The Capture or Apply user was specified as SYS by a user other than SYS.
Action: Set SYS as the Capture or Apply user while logged in as SYS.
ORA-26725: cannot downgrade apply handlers
Cause: An attempt was made to downgrade apply handlers that are not associated with a local database object, or the apply handlers are associated with a specific apply process.
Action: Drop the associated apply handlers before attempting the downgrade.
ORA-26726: logical standby and DOWNSTREAM_REAL_TIME_MINE are incompatible
Cause: An attempt was made to set the logical standby database and DOWNSTREAM_REAL_TIME_MINE option of the GoldenGate, XStream or Streams capture process on the same database.
Action: Do not attempt to set the DOWNSTREAM_REAL_TIME_MINE option for a GoldenGate, XStream or Streams capture process on a logical standby database. Do not attempt to make a database logical standby if there exists a capture process with the DOWNSTREAM_REAL_TIME_MINE parameter set to Y.
ORA-26727: Cannot alter queue_to_queue property of existing propagation.
Cause: The queue_to_queue property was specified for an existing propagation.
Action: Pass NULL for the queue_to_queue argument.
ORA-26730: string 'string' already exists
Cause: An attempt to use FILE GROUP, FILE GROUP VERSION, or FILE GROUP FILE failed because the item in question already exists.
Action: Remove the object if appropriate and re-attempt the operation.
ORA-26731: string 'string' does not exist
Cause: A FILE GROUP, FILE GROUP VERSION, or FILE GROUP FILE was specified that does not exist.
Action: Make sure the object exists and re-attempt the operation.
ORA-26732: invalid file group string privilege
Cause: The specified privilege number that was specified is invalid.
Action: Check specification of dbms_file_group for valid privileges.
ORA-26733: timed-out waiting for file group lock
Cause: The procedure waited too long while getting a lock to perform a file group repository operation.
Action: Retry the operation.
ORA-26734: different datafiles_directory_object parameter must be specified
Cause: The attempted operation involved datafiles platform conversion which required the datafiles_directory_object parameter to be specified for placing the converted data files.
Action: Retry the operation after specifying a valid datafiles_directory_object parameter. This directory must be different from the directory objects for any of the datafiles for the specified file group version.
ORA-26735: operation not allowed on the specified file group version
Cause: One or more datafiles or export dump file(s) were missing from the specified file group version.
Action: Retry the operation after adding all the data files and Data Pump dump file(s) to the specified version.
ORA-26736: Data Pump error
Cause: A Data Pump error occurred when the procedure performed a File Group Repository operation.
Action: Check the error stack and trace file for error details.
ORA-26737: version string already has an export dump file
Cause: A Data Pump dump file was added to a file group version that already has a dump file.
Action: Remove the existing dump file if appropriate, and retry the operation.
ORA-26738: string 'string' is not empty
Cause: The FILE GROUP or FILE GROUP VERSION being dropped contained objects.
Action: Remove the child objects, then retry the operation.
ORA-26740: cannot downgrade because there are file groups
Cause: An attempt was made to downgrade a database that has file groups.
Action: Drop all file groups before attempting the downgrade.
ORA-26741: cannot assemble lobs
Cause: An attempt was made to assemble lobs, but the compatibility of the source database for the LOB information is lower than 10.2.0.
Action: Set ASSEMBLE_LOBS to FALSE in the DML or error handler while this handler is processing LOB information from a source database with a compatibility level lower than 10.2.0.
ORA-26742: Maximum number of ignored transactions exceeded
Cause: An attempt was made to add more than the allowed number of ignored transactions.
Action: Please clear the current list of ignored transactions.
ORA-26744: string capture process "string" does not support "string"."string" because of the following reason: string
Cause: GoldenGate, XStream or Streams capture encountered a table with an unsupported property. The most common reason is an unsupported column data type.
Action: Revise the Capture rules to skip over the table in question. One way might be to add a negative rule excluding changes from the unsupported table from being captured. Also query the DBA_STREAMS_UNSUPPORTED view to determine which tables are not supported by GoldenGate, XStream or Streams and for what reason. Consider adding negative rules for any tables that may be captured, but are present in this view. For potential workarounds to certain unsupported properties, see Metalink.
ORA-26745: cursors (string) are not sufficient
Cause: The maximum number of open cursors was too small for GoldenGate, XStream or Streams Apply.
Action: Increase the value of open_cursors.
ORA-26746: DDL rule "string"."string" not allowed for this operation
Cause: A DDL rule was specified for this operation.
Action: Specify a non-DDL rule for this operation.
ORA-26747: The one-to-many transformation function string encountered the following error: string
Cause: The specified transformation function encountered an error.
Action: Ensure that the function does not process or return DDL LCRs. Also ensure that the function does not return NULL.
ORA-26748: The one-to-one transformation function string encountered the following error: string
Cause: The specified transformation function encountered an error.
Action: Ensure that the function does not return an LCR that has a different type from the LCR which was passed to the function. Also ensure that the function does not return NULL. For DDL transformation functions, creating and returning a new DDL LCR is not allowed.
ORA-26752: Unsupported LCR received for "string"."string"
Cause: GoldenGate, XStream or Streams capture process received an LCR with unsupported operation from LogMiner.
Action: If this object is listed in DBA_STREAMS_UNSUPPORTED view, modify rules to prevent changes made to this object from getting captured.
ORA-26753: Mismatched columns found in 'string.string'
Cause: The columns in the LCR were not the same as the table in the database.
Action: Alter the database table.
ORA-26754: cannot specify both one-to-one transformation function string and one-to-many transformation function string
Cause: Both a one-to-one transformation function and a one-to-many transformation function were specified for a rule.
Action: Remove either the one-to-one transformation function, or the one-to-many transformation function.
ORA-26760: Could not find message number string for transaction with id string
Cause: Error
Action: Contact Oracle support"
ORA-26761: Standby Redo Logs not available for real time mining
Cause: Standby Redo Logs required for real time mining by downstream capture process were not available.
Action: Check the configuration of Standby Redo Logs and retry the operation at a later time. To start the capture process without real time mining property, reset DOWNSTREAM_REAL_TIME_MINE parameter of the capture process and retry the operation.
ORA-26762: Cannot autogenerate name for parameter string because of the following reason: string
Cause: An error was encountered while attempting to generate a name for a parameter which was passed a NULL value.
Action: If possible, fix the error, otherwise specify the parameter name explicitly.
ORA-26763: invalid file type "string"
Cause: An invalid file type was specified for the ASM file.
Action: Check documentation for valid ASM file types.
ORA-26764: invalid parameter "string" for local capture "string"
Cause: An invalid parameter was specified for the local capture process.
Action: Check documentation for valid parameters.
ORA-26765: invalid parameter "string" for downstream capture "string"
Cause: An invalid parameter was specified for the downstream capture process.
Action: Check documentation for valid parameters.
ORA-26766: Unexpected redo pattern encountered by LogMiner
Cause: d by tables with unsupported data types or newer table features.
Action: Remove the capture rule for the table and restart capture.
ORA-26767: Not enough redo log information for LogMiner
Cause: Direct-path SQL with NOLOGGING option or a SQL*Loader operation with UNRECOVERABLE clause was specified for the table.
Action: Remove the capture rule for the table and restart capture.
ORA-26768: Maximum number of unsupported tables exceeded
Cause: An attempt was made to add more than the allowed number of unsupported tables.
Action: Clear the current list of unsupported tables.
ORA-26785: Object has a NULL value
Cause: A method was invoked on a NULL object.
Action: Initialize the object with a non-NULL value.
ORA-26786: A row with key string exists but has conflicting column(s) string in table string
Cause: The row to update or delete exists in the table but had conflicting value for some columns.
Action: For Streams, please define a conflict resolution, or resolve the conflict and execute the error transaction using DBMS_APPLY_ADM.EXECUTE_ERROR. For logical standby, please verify the status of the database guard to ensure local modifications are not allowed, then re-instantiate the table and contact support if the problem persists.
ORA-26787: The row with key string does not exist in table string
Cause: The row to update or delete does not exist in the table.
Action: For Streams, please define a conflict resolution, or resolve the conflict and execute the error transaction using DBMS_APPLY_ADM.EXECUTE_ERROR. For logical standby, please verify the status of the database guard to ensure local modifications are not allowed, then re-instantiate the table and contact support if the problem persists.
ORA-26788: The column string is not encrypted in the local database.
Cause: The column in the destination database is NOT encrypted while it is encrypted in the source database.
Action: Set the corresponding column property in the destination database to 'encrypted' or change the apply parameter, PRESERVE_ENCRYPTED_COLS, to 'N' to supress the error.
ORA-26789: Cannot split propagation string because only one propagation originates from its source queue "string"."string"
Cause: Only one propagation originated from the propagation source queue.
Action: Please do not split this propagation.
ORA-26790: Requesting a lock on string "string" timed out
Cause: Could not get a lock on the object because another process was holding the lock.
Action: Please try later.
ORA-26791: Cannot split or merge propagation "string"
Cause: A process tried to split or merge this propagation, but failed and left STREAMS in an inconsistent state.
Action: Query DBA_RECOVERABLE_SCRIPT_BLOCKS view, and roll back the script which tried to split or merge this propagation.
ORA-26792: Invalid source database name string
Cause: The value for the source database global name was not valid.
Action: Specify a valid database global name. If the source database is not the local database, check the listener is up and running.
ORA-26793: Number of capture processes that enqueued message to queue "string"."string" not equal to one
Cause: Split-merge API requires only one capture process enqueued message to the queue where the propagation originated
Action: Please drop one capture, or split or merge another propagation.
ORA-26794: Hierarchically enabled tables not supported
Cause: Hierarchically enabled tables are not supported.
Action: Disable hierarchy for the table.
ORA-26795: Cannot modify an LCR received from an XStream outbound server
Cause: An attempt was made to modify an LCR generated by an XStream outbound server.
Action: Clone the LCR generated by the XStream outbound server by using the provided OCILCR* functions, such as OCILCRNew, OCILCRHeaderSet, and OCILCRRowColumnInfoSet. Then modify the cloned LCR.
ORA-26797: XStream Out feature unsupported below compatible 10.2.0
Cause: An attempt was made to create an XStream outbound server at compatibility below 10.2.0.
Action: Upgrade database compatibility to 10.2.0 or higher then retry.
ORA-26798: LOB logical change record (LCR) missing LOB column in table "string"."string"
Cause: The apply slave could not fill update LOB because of missing LOB column.
Action: Check that all LOB columns have been sent correctly.
ORA-26800: Apply not the only subscriber for "string"."string".
Cause: The combined capture and apply optimization could not be used since Apply was not the lone subscriber to the queue.
Action: Apply has to be the only subscriber to the queue.
ORA-26801: More than one subscriber for "string"."string".
Cause: Multiple subscribers were found when the combined capture and apply optimization was configured to only work for one subscriber.
Action: Configure a single subscriber, apply or propagation for the queue, or enable the optimization for multiple subscribers.
ORA-26802: Queue "string"."string" has messages.
Cause: The combined capture and apply optimization could not be used since the queue had messages.
Action: Make sure queue is empty before starting apply and capture.
ORA-26803: Subscribers have changed for queue "string"."string".
Cause: The combined capture and apply optimization could not be used since the subscribers had changed.
Action: Optimization can be used only if the queue has a single subscriber.
ORA-26804: Apply "string" is disabled.
Cause: The apply process was disabled or aborted.
Action: Start the apply process.
ORA-26805: Queue "string"."string" has rule based subscribers.
Cause: The combined capture and apply optimization could not be used since the queue had rule based subscribers.
Action: Make sure queue has no rule based subscribers before starting apply and capture.
ORA-26806: Remote database could not support combined capture and apply optimization.
Cause: The remote database has a version lower than Oracle 11.0 and hence does not understand combined capture and apply optimization.
Action: Upgrade the remote database to Oracle 11.0 or above in order to use the combined capture and apply optimization.
ORA-26807: Database link is not NULL for Apply with the name "string" .
Cause: The combined capture and apply optimization could not be used since apply_database_link was not NULL.
Action: Drop and recreate the apply with NULL value for apply_database_link.
ORA-26808: Apply process string died unexpectedly.
Cause: Apply process died unexpectedly.
Action: Check your system for anomalies and restart apply. If this error persists, contact Oracle Support Services. See trace file for more details.
ORA-26809: Capture aborted: checkpoint-free mode requires combined capture and apply mode.
Cause: The requirements for combined capture and apply mode were broken.
Action: Restore the combined capture and apply mode and then restart the capture. If combined capture and apply mode is no longer desired, drop the existing checkpoint-free capture and create another one that will take checkpoints.
ORA-26810: Apply "string" on database "string" is in the mode of combined capture and apply.
Cause: The combined capture and apply optimization could not be used because Apply was already in the mode of combined capture and apply.
Action: Do not configure two captures for one apply.
ORA-26811: Client has already attached to string apply "string".
Cause: The client has already attached to the specified apply process.
Action: Detach apply process before reattach.
ORA-26812: An active session currently attached to XStream server "string".
Cause: An attempt was made to attach to the specified XStream server while another session was attached to it.
Action: Retry when there is no session attaching to the specified XStream server.
ORA-26813: The value for argument "ARRAY_SIZE" is too small
Cause: The value for argument "ARRAY_SIZE" was less than the number of columns in the requested column list.
Action: Check the return value for "NUM_COLUMNS" parameter then allocate all input arrays to at least that size and invoke the same OCI function again.
ORA-26814: The value for argument string exceeds maximum string
Cause: The value for specified value exceeded the maximum allowed.
Action: Correct the value of specified argument.
ORA-26815: Error from Apply Network Receiver for Apply "string" and Capture "string".
Cause: The Apply Network Receiver aborted due to an unexpected error.
Action: Query DBA_APPLY_ERROR to determine the error and then restart the Capture and Apply.
ORA-26816: string apply process "string" (OS id string) is exiting due to ORA-string.
Cause: An apply process encountered an unexpected error.
Action: Query DBA_APPLY to examine the status of Apply and restart Apply if needed.
ORA-26817: string capture process "string" is unable to communicate with capture server string during initialization.
Cause: Capture server might not be started properly
Action: Fix any errors during capture server creation and re-start capture process
ORA-26818: string capture process string receives an error from capture server.
Cause: Capture server received an error.
Action: Check log for error details.
ORA-26819: string capture server for apply "string" and capture "string"encounters disabled or aborted propagation "string".
Cause: Propagation was disabled or aborted.
Action: Start propagation.
ORA-26820: string capture server for apply "string" and propagation "string" becomes active and needs join capture process "string".
Cause: Capture server was waiting for propagation or apply to start
Action: Capture process needs restart (done automatically).
ORA-26821: No propagation process found between source queue "string"."string" and destination queue "string"."string".
Cause: Propagation has not been configured.
Action: Configure a propagation between specified queues and restart capture.
ORA-26822: Failure in creating capture servers (ksv error code string).
Cause: Failure in ksv slave creation.
Action: Identify the actual ksv error and act accordingly.
ORA-26823: string capture server string is unable to communicate with capture process "string".
Cause: Capture process was not started properly or was aborted.
Action: If Oracle GoldenGate, XStream or Streams capture process was stopped, then restart the capture process. Otherwise, fix any errors during the capture process creation and restart the capture process.
ORA-26824: user-defined XStream callback error
Cause: A value other than OCI_CONTINUE or OCI_SUCCESS was returned for the user-defined XStream callback function. Any returned value other than OCI_CONTINUE or OCI_SUCCESS is invalid.
Action: Verify that either OCI_CONTINUE or OCI_SUCCESS is returned from the user-defined XStream callback function.
ORA-26825: STREAMS process "string" is not configured as an XStream outbound server.
Cause: An attempt was made to attach to a STREAMS apply process, which was not configured as an XStream outbound server.
Action: Check the apply name or re-create the apply process as an XStream outbound server.
ORA-26826: string apply coordinator and apply slave are unable to communicate.
Cause: GoldenGate, XStream or Streams Apply process may have died unexpectedly.
Action: Check your system for anomalies and restart apply. If this error persists, contact Oracle Support Services. See trace file for more details.
ORA-26827: Insufficient privileges to attach to XStream outbound server "string".
Cause: Sufficient privileges were not granted to attach to the specified XStream outbound server.
Action: Query DBA_XSTREAM_OUTBOUND view to get the connect_user value for the specified outbound server. Then modify the application to connect to the outbound server's database using this value.
ORA-26828: XStream outbound server "string" requires combined capture and apply mode.
Cause: The specified XStream outbound server was not in combined capture and apply mode.
Action: Restore the combined capture and apply mode and then restart the capture.
ORA-26829: Cannot set "DISABLE_ON_ERROR" parameter to 'N'.
Cause: An attempt was made to change the "DISABLE_ON_ERROR" parameter for an XStream outbound server to 'N'.
Action: Remove invalid statement.
ORA-26830: Cannot define handler for an XStream outbound server.
Cause: An attempt was made to define a handler for an XStream outbound server.
Action: Remove invalid statement.
ORA-26831: Cannot delete or execute error transaction from XStream outbound server "string".
Cause: An attempt was made to delete or execute an error transaction from the specified XStream outbound server.
Action: Remove invalid statement.
ORA-26832: Unable to create XStream outbound server "string" due to existing handler.
Cause: An attempt was made to create the specified XStream outbound server while there was a handler defined for the specified server.
Action: Use DBMS_APPLY_ADM.SET_DML_HANDLER procedure to remove all handlers defined on the specified server then retry statement.
ORA-26833: string failed to update acknowledgment SCN for propagation "string" from capture "string" to apply "string".
Cause: propagation might have been modified after GoldenGate, XStream or Streams was started.
Action: Ensure propagation is configured properly and restart GoldenGate, XStream or Streams.
ORA-26834: Unable to alter parameter 'string' because string capture process is not configured to run locally
Cause: An attempt was made to alter the specified capture parameter when the GoldenGate, XStream or Streams capture process was not configured to run on the local database.
Action: Remove the invalid parameter or use DBMS_CAPTURE_ADM.ALTER_CAPTURE procedure to alter the parameter.
ORA-26835: The source database for XStream outbound server "string" is invalid
Cause: An attempt was made to add an XStream outbound server with a source database that was different from the associated capture's source database.
Action: Correct the value for the 'source_database' parameter in the call.
ORA-26836: The specified rules must be created from the same subsetting condition
Cause: An attempt was made to remove an outbound server's subset rules when the specified INSERT, UPDATE, and DELETE rules were not created from the same subsetting condition.
Action: Correct the rules in the statement.
ORA-26837: Server "string" is not an XStream inbound server
Cause: An attempt was made to execute a procedure not appropriate on an XStream inbound server.
Action: Replace with a procedure appropriate for an XStream inbound server and resubmit.
ORA-26838: Setting apply parameter "string" is not permitted for XStream Outbound Server
Cause: An attempt was made to set an apply parameter that was not applicable for XStream Outbound Server.
Action: Configure XStream Outbound Server using valid parameters. Check the documentation for valid parameter values.
ORA-26839: Apply tag for apply "string" is not permitted for XStream Outbound Server
Cause: An attempt was made to set an apply tag that was not applicable for XStream Outbound Server.
Action: Do not set the apply tag when using XStream Outbound Server.
ORA-26840: Combined capture and apply optimization is disabled because string is unable to identify an apply for the source database "string".
Cause: There were multiple Streams apply processes using the same queue which made combined capture and apply (CCA) optimization not possible.
Action: If Streams performance is an issue, check the "Combined Capture and Apply Optimization" chapter in the "Oracle Streams Concepts and Administration" book. Then reconfigure the Streams processes to meet this optimization's requirements.
ORA-26841: No subscribers are found for queue "string"."string".
Cause: No propagation or apply was configured for the specified queue.
Action: Configure propagation or apply for the specified queue.
ORA-26842: Setting apply directive "string" is not permitted for XStream Outbound Server
Cause: An attempt was made to set an apply directive that was not applicable for XStream Outbound Server.
Action: Configure XStream Outbound Server using valid directives. Check the documentation for valid directives.
ORA-26843: Local propagation "string" found for capture queue "string"."string".
Cause: The combined capture and apply optimization could not be used because a local propagation was attached to the capture queue.
Action: Remove the local propagation and restart capture.
ORA-26844: Found "string" active automatic split jobs for string Capture "string" in DBA_STREAMS_SPLIT_MERGE
Cause: Only one active split job is allowed for each GoldenGate, XStream or Streams Capture, but multiple active automatic split jobs were found in DBA_STREAMS_SPLIT_MERGE.
Action: Check trace to see how the jobs were submitted and drop them.
ORA-26845: Found "string" active split rows with the same cloned string Capture "string" in DBA_STREAMS_SPLIT_MERGE
Cause: In DBA_STREAMS_SPLIT_MERGE, for active split rows, the column CLONED_CAPTURE_NAME should be unique. However, multiple rows were found whose ACTION_TYPE column is 'SPLIT', ACTIVE column is 'ACTIVE' and have the same CLONED_CAPTURE_NAME.
Action: Check trace to see how the rows were inserted and call DBMS_STREAMS_ADM.RECOVER_OPERATION() for error recovery.
ORA-26846: Found "string" active automatic merge jobs for cloned string Capture "string" in DBA_STREAMS_SPLIT_MERGE
Cause: Only one active merge job is allowed for each cloned GoldenGate, XStream or Streams Capture , but multiple active automatic merge jobs were found in DBA_STREAMS_SPLIT_MERGE.
Action: Check trace to see how the jobs were submitted and drop them.
ORA-26847: Found invalid string type: "string"
Cause: Invalid GoldenGate, XStream or Streams type to split off was found. Type should only be 'PROPAGATION'(1) or 'APPLY'(2).
Action: Check trace to see how the invalid GoldenGate, XStream or Streams type was created and correct it.
ORA-26848: Split a nonexistent Streams Capture process "string" in job "string"
Cause: The job attempted to split a non-existent original Streams Capture.
Action: Drop the split job, or wait until the Streams Capture comes to existence.
ORA-26849: Split a nonsplittable string Capture process "string" in job "string"
Cause: The job tried to split a GoldenGate, XStream or Streams Capture that was not splittable. That is, the Capture either had less than two subscribers, or it was not the only Capture of its queue.
Action: Drop the split job, or wait untill the GoldenGate, XStream or Streams Capture becomes splittable.
ORA-26850: Changes to queue subscribers were detected by string capture process.
Cause: The subscribers for capture queue might have changed.
Action: Capture process will restart automatically.
ORA-26851: Unable to connect to apply "string" because it has connected to another capture.
Cause: Another capture process is already connected to apply.
Action: Wait for the connected capture process to terminate or abort the connected capture process.
ORA-26852: Invalid NULL value for column_value parameter.
Cause: NULL is not allowed to be passed as the column value.
Action: Replace NULL with a proper AnyData instance containing NULL, e.g., sys.AnyData.ConvertVarchar2(NULL), as the column value if the column value is NULL.
ORA-26853: invalid cca maximum percentage string
Cause: Specified percentage value was not in range 0 - 100.
Action: Specify a percentage value in the range 0 - 100.
ORA-26854: STREAMS string has no enqueue or dequeue privileges to the queue.
Cause: The GoldenGate, XStream or Streams user did not have enqueue or dequeue privilege to the queue.
Action: Grant GoldenGate, XStream or Streams user enqueue or dequeue privileges to the queue.
ORA-26855: STREAMS string has insufficient database privilege to access the queue.
Cause: The GoldenGate, XStream or Streams user did not have sufficient database privilege to access the queue.
Action: Grant GoldenGate, XStream or Streams user database privileges to access the queue.
ORA-26856: STREAMS string has insufficient database privilege to access the queue.
Cause: The GoldenGate, XStream or Streams user did not have sufficient database privilege to access the queue.
Action: Grant GoldenGate, XStream or Streams user database privileges to access the queue.
ORA-26857: LCR position cannot be null (XID=string).
Cause: The position of an LCR in the specified transaction was null.
Action: Use OCILCRHeaderSet to define the LCR position.
ORA-26858: LCR position must be strictly increasing (XID='string', LCR position='string', previous position='string').
Cause: The position of an LCR in the specified transaction was less than or equal to the previous LCR in transaction.
Action: Use OCILCRHeaderSet to correct the LCR position.
ORA-26859: Server "string" is not an XStream outbound server
Cause: An attempt was made to execute a procedure not appropriate on an XStream outbound server.
Action: Replace with a procedure appropriate for an XStream outbound server and resubmit.
ORA-26860: Different transactions must have different transaction IDs (XID='string', LCR position='string', previous commit position='string').
Cause: The position of an LCR in the specified transaction was greater than the position of the previous commit LCR in transaction with same transaction ID.
Action: Use different transaction IDs for different transactions.
ORA-26862: LCR position must be greater than the processed low position of the XStream inbound server (XID='string', LCR position='string').
Cause: The position of an LCR in the specified transaction was less than or equal to the processed low postion of the XStream inbound server.
Action: Use OCILCRHeaderSet to correct the LCR position.
ORA-26863: Job "string" showing as an active job in DBA_STREAMS_SPLIT_MERGE does not exist in DBA_SCHEDULER_JOBS.
Cause: An active job showing in DBA_STREAMS_SPLIT_MERGE did not exist. It may have been dropped accidently or something was wrong with it.
Action: Check trace to identify the problem and call DBMS_STREAMS_ADM.RECOVER_OPERATION() for error recovery.
ORA-26864: Error occurred in string automatic job: "string"
Cause: An error has happened inside GoldenGate, XStream or Streams automatic job.
Action: Check trace for more detail.
ORA-26865: must send a COMMIT LCR to end transaction 'string' before sending another transaction
Cause: An attempt was made by a client application to send LCRs for a new transaction before sending a COMMIT LCR for the specified transaction.
Action: Modify the client application to send a COMMIT LCR at the end of the specified transaction.
ORA-26866: The Queue of string Apply process "string" is not changeable.
Cause: Not all of the conditions for the Queue of a GoldenGate, XStream or Streams Apply process to be changeable were met. Conditions are: -The Apply process is not running. -The Apply process has no error. -The Apply process has no spilling. -The Apply process is not used for XStream Outbound or Inbound Servers. -The Apply process is a local Apply process. -The corresponding GoldenGate, XStream or Streams Capture process should be stopped.
Action: Make sure all of the conditions are met.
ORA-26867: string must be called during OCIXStreamOutLCRReceive execution
Cause: An attempt was made to execute the specified function while OCIXStreamOutLCRReceive call was not in progress.
Action: Check your program and make sure the specified call is invoked during OCIXStreamOutLCRReceive callback function.
ORA-26868: string must be called during OCIXStreamInLCRSend execution
Cause: An attempt was made to execute the specified function while OCIXStreamInLCRSend call was not in progress.
Action: Check your program and make sure the specified call is invoked during OCIXStreamInLCRSend callback function.
ORA-26869: must attach to an XStream inbound server before executing string function
Cause: An attempt was made to invoke the specified function before executing OCIXStreamInAttach call.
Action: Add OCIXStreamInAttach call before the specified function.
ORA-26870: cannot call string while OCIXStreamInLCRCallbackSend call is still executing.
Cause: An attempt was made to invoke the specified call while OCIXStreamInLCRCallbackSend call was executing.
Action: Check your program and remove the specified call when there is an OCIXStreamInLCRCallbackSend call in progress.
ORA-26871: unexpected string call (expecting string)
Cause: Could be one of the following reasons: 1) An attempt was made to invoke OCIXStreamInChunkSend when the most recent LCR or chunk sent did not have the OCI_XSTREAM_MORE_ROW_DATA flag set; 2) An attempt was made to invoke OCIXStreamInLCRSend when the most recent LCR or chunk sent had OCI_XSTREAM_MORE_ROW_DATA flag set.
Action: None
ORA-26872: must attach to an XStream outbound server before executing string function
Cause: An attempt was made to invoke the specified function before executing OCIXStreamOutAttach call.
Action: Add OCIXStreamOutAttach call before the specified function.
ORA-26873: cannot call string while OCIXStreamOutLCRCallbackReceive call is still executing.
Cause: An attempt was made to invoke the specified call while OCIXStreamOutLCRCallbackReceive call was executing.
Action: Check your program and remove the specified call when there is an OCIXStreamOutLCRCallbackReceive call in progress.
ORA-26874: string Capture process "string" cannot be split.
Cause: An attempt was made to split a GoldenGate, XStream or Streams Capture process that could not be split. That is, the Capture process either had less than two subscribers, or it was not the only Capture process of its queue.
Action: Wait until the GoldenGate, XStream or Streams Capture process can be split.
ORA-26875: Timeout while string automatic split job "string" waits for the subscriber "string" of Capture process "string" to acknowledge split
Cause: To split a subscriber of a GoldenGate, XStream or Streams Capture process, an automatic split job needs to wait until the subscriber acknowledges the split. The wait timed out.
Action: None
ORA-26876: invalid processed low-watermark (current position=string; new position=string)
Cause: An attempt was made to set the processed low-watermark to a value that was less than the current processed low-watermark.
Action: Correct the processed low-watermark in OCIXStreamOutProcessedLWMSet call.
ORA-26877: must reattach after an OCIXStreamOut call was interrupted
Cause: An attempt was made to execute another OCIXStreamOut API when an earlier call was interrupted because the XStream outbound server was disabled or the client requested cancellation of the operation.
Action: Execute OCIXStreamOutAttach call to reattach to the same XStream outbound server.
ORA-26878: inconsistent input LCR (LCR is 'string' type, expecting 'string')
Cause: An attempt was made to send an LCR that was not consistent with the specified LCR type.
Action: Correct your application to specify an LCR type that agrees with the LCR to be sent.
ORA-26879: "SET_ENQUEUE_DESTINATION" directive is not permitted on rules used by XStream outbound server "string"
Cause: One or more rules, used by the specified XStream outbound server, had SET_ENQUEUE_DESTINATION directive defined.
Action: Execute the following: 1) Execute query SELECT xr.rule_owner, xr.rule_name, xr.rule_set_owner, xr.rule_set_name FROM dba_apply_enqueue e, dba_xstream_rules xr WHERE e.rule_owner = xr.rule_owner AND e.rule_name = xr.rule_name AND xr.streams_name = <specified outbound server>; 2) For each rule returned, execute DBMS_APPLY_ADM.SET_ENQUEUE_DESTINATION procedure to set the destination queue to null, or execute DBMS_RULE_ADM.REMOVE_RULE to remove that rule from its associated rule set.
ORA-26880: "SET_EXECUTE" directive is not permitted on rules used by XStream outbound server "string"
Cause: One or more rules, used by the specified XStream outbound server, had SET_EXECUTE directive defined.
Action: Execute the following: 1) Execute query SELECT xr.rule_owner, xr.rule_name, xr.rule_set_owner, xr.rule_set_name FROM dba_apply_execute e, dba_xstream_rules xr WHERE e.rule_owner = xr.rule_owner AND e.rule_name = xr.rule_name AND xr.streams_name = <specified outbound server>; 2) For each rule returned, use DBMS_APPLY_ADM.SET_EXECUTE procedure to set the EXECUTE parameter to TRUE, or use DBMS_RULE_ADM.REMOVE_RULE to remove that rule from its associated rule set.
ORA-26881: ORA-string: string raised in string automatic string job:"string"."string" for Capture process "string" and cloned Capture process "string".
Cause: An error was raised in a GoldenGate, XStream or Streams automatic split/merge job for the given original and cloned Capture processes.
Action: Check the corresponding split/merge row in DBA_STREAMS_SPLIT_MERGE view, alert log and trace file for details.
ORA-26882: Timeout while string automatic split/merge job:"string"."string" tried to lock Capture process "string".
Cause: The GoldenGate, XStream or Streams Capture process could be locked by other automatic split/merge jobs.
Action: No action required. The GoldenGate, XStream or Streams automatic split/merge job will retry automatically.
ORA-26883: Timeout due to string Apply process "string" while merge original Capture process "string" and cloned Capture process "string".
Cause: When merging two GoldenGate, XStream or Streams Capture processes, the merge needs to wait untill the Apply process of the cloned Capture process goes ahead of the slowest subscriber of the original Capture process. This wait timed out.
Action: Make sure the GoldenGate, XStream or Streams Apply process still works properly.
ORA-26884: Not allowed to specify OCI_LCR_ROW_COLVAL_OLD with OCILCR_NEW_ONLY_MODE.
Cause: An attempt was made to call OCILCRRowColumnInfoGet function with OCI_LCR_ROW_COLVAL_OLD and OCILCR_NEW_ONLY_MODE.
Action: Change OCI_LCR_ROW_COLVAL_OLD to OCI_LCR_ROW_COLVAL_NEW or remove OCILCR_NEW_ONLY_MODE argument.
ORA-26885: OCIXStreamInCommit called before OCIXStreamInFlush
Cause: An attempt was made to call OCIXStreamInCommit before calling OCIXStreamInFlush.
Action: Call OCIXStreamInFlush prior to calling OCIXStreamInCommit.
ORA-26886: LCR commit position ('string') must be greater than the applied high position of the XStream inbound server (position='string').
Cause: The position of the commit LCR was less than or equal to the applied high postion of the XStream inbound server.
Action: Set the commit position higher than the applied high position.
ORA-26887: Insufficient privileges to attach to XStream inbound server "string".
Cause: Sufficient privileges were not granted to attach to the specified XStream inbound server.
Action: Query DBA_XSTREAM_INBOUND view to get the apply_user value for the specified XStream outbound server. Then, modify the application to connect to the inbound server's database using this value.
ORA-26888: Redo compatibilty must be 10.2 or greater
Cause: XStream Out requires redo comptibility to be 10.2 or greater.
Action: Drop the outbound server.
ORA-26889: LOB assembly not supported for PDML parent transaction string, child transaction string.
Cause: LOB assembly is not supported for PDML transactions.
Action: Disable LOB assembly, or filter out the PDML transaction.
ORA-26890: Invalid update LCR on Oracle Sequence "string"."string"
Cause: The new value column list of an update LCR on an Oracle Sequence did not have non-null columns "CYCLE#", "INCREMENT$", "CACHE" and "HIGHWATER".
Action: Make sure the new value column list has all the required columns. This might be a user error if the LCR is from an XStream In client.
ORA-26891: Target Oracle Sequence "string"."string" has inconsistent parameters with the source.
Cause: The source and target Oracle Sequences did not have the identical cache size, increment value, and cycle flag needed for replication purposes.
Action: Make sure the source and target Oracle Sequences have identical parameters. This might be a user error if the LCR is from an XStream In client.
ORA-26892: XStream feature not supported
Cause: The XStream feature was not supported.
Action: No action necessary.
ORA-26893: Input LCR must be a commit LCR
Cause: The input LCR was not a commit LCR.
Action: Make sure the input LCR is a commit LCR.
ORA-26894: Invalid "string" in Apply Progress redo
Cause: The value of the field reported was possibly corrupted.
Action: Contact Oracle Support Services.
ORA-26895: Setting parameter "string" of Streams process "string" is only permitted for Oracle GoldenGate or XStream.
Cause: An attempt was made to set a parameter that is only allowed for XStream.
Action: Oracle GoldenGate license is needed to use this parameter.
ORA-26896: Attempted to connect multiple Oracle GoldenGate Capture processes, including "string", with XStream outbound server "string" through queue "string"."string"
Cause: An attempt was made to connect multiple Oracle GoldenGate Capture processes through a queue with the XStream outbound server.
Action: Each XStream outbound server can only connect with one co-located Capture process. Remove extra Capture processes.
ORA-26899: internal string error
Cause: An internal Streams, XStream or GoldenGate error has occurred.
Action: Please contact Oracle customer support.
ORA-26900: Streams failed to update data dictionary table for propagation "string" from capture "string" to apply "string".
Cause: The data dictionary table was corrupted.
Action: Validate the data dictionary table to restart GoldenGate, XStream or Streams capture process.
ORA-26901: string propagation sender in the combined capture and apply mode is to be suspended while apply is disabled.
Cause: The corresponding subscriber was dropped or split.
Action: No action necessary.
ORA-26902: string propagation sender in the combined capture and apply mode is to be suspended while apply is enabled.
Cause: The corresponding subscriber was dropped or split.
Action: No action necessary.
ORA-26903: Invalid edition name "string"
Cause: The edition associated with the LCR did not exist in the destination database.
Action: Check if the edition needs to be created manually on the destination database or if the CREATE EDITION statement for this edition has been applied properly on the destination database.
ORA-26904: Invalid bind variable "string" in LCR field expression.
Cause: In the statement handler, the bind variables listed in the SQL expression did not match the allowed Logical Change Record field names.
Action: Verify that all the bind variables listed in the expression are legal Logical Change Record fields.
ORA-26905: Invalid LCR method expression "string" in statement handler.
Cause: The Logical Change Record method listed was not allowed in the statement handler.
Action: Verify that the Logical Change Record method listed in the expression is a legal DBMS_LCR method.
ORA-26906: No change handler exists.
Cause: There was no change handler for the specified apply, operation, source table, change table, and capture values.
Action: Query DBA_APPLY_CHANGE_HANDLERS view to find the correct change handler.
ORA-26907: Insufficient privileges to set converge tag
Cause: Privileges were insufficient to set converge tag.
Action: The invoker needs EXECUTE_CATALOG_ROLE or execute privilege on DBMS_STREAMS_ADM to set converge tag. Grant appropriate privileges to the invoker.
ORA-26908: XStream API must be executed using a dedicated server process.
Cause: An attempt was made to execute XStream API using a shared server process.
Action: Replace the connect string in the client application to use a dedicated server process.
ORA-26909: cannot reexecute an eager error
Cause: An attempt was made to reexecute an eager error transaction. An eager transaction is applied before the apply process sees the commit or rollback for the transaction.
Action: Fix the cause of the eager error and restart the apply process. When apply is restarted, capture will automatically resend the transaction, and the transaction will be applied by the apply process.
ORA-26910: user error string encountered in eager mode
Cause: An error was encountered during eager apply. An eager transaction is applied before the apply process sees the commit or rollback for the transaction. If an error occurs during an eager transaction, the transaction will be rolled back.
Action: Query the DBA_APPLY_ERROR view to determine the error and take the appropriate action. The apply process will need to be restarted to apply the transaction that had the error. When apply is restarted, capture will automatically resend the transaction, and the transaction will be applied by the apply process.
ORA-26911: invalid oldest position (current position=string; new position=string)
Cause: An attempt was made to set the oldest position to a value that was less than the current value.
Action: Correct the oldest_position argument in OCIXStreamOutProcessedLWMSet2 call.
ORA-26912: not allowed to invoke 'string' while in committed data-only mode
Cause: An attempt was made to call the specified API while the attached XStream server was in committed data-only mode.
Action: Perform one of the following: 1) If the invalid call is OCIXStreamOutProcessedLWMSet2, then change it to OCIXStreamOutProcessedLWMSet or pass a null oldest_position to OCIXStreamOutProcessedLWMSet2 call. 2) If the invalid call is OCIXStreamInProcessedLWMGet2, then change it to OCIXStreamInProcessedLWMGet or pass a null oldest_position to OCIXStreamInProcessedLWMGet2 call.
ORA-26913: must connect to instance string where string string process "string" is running
Cause: The client application was not connected to the same Oracle RAC instance as the specified Oracle GoldenGate, XStream or Streams process.
Action: Connect to the specified instance.
ORA-26914: Unable to communicate with string capture process "string" from outbound server "string".
Cause: Capture process might not haven been started properly or was aborted.
Action: If GoldenGate, XStream or Streams capture process was stopped, then restart the capture process. Otherwise, fix any errors during capture process creation and restart capture process.
ORA-26915: Unable to return Logical Change Record (LCR) information due to missing data dictionary.
Cause: The current session was unable to return the requested information on the given LCR due to missing dictionary data on that LCR.
Action: Detach and reattach the XStream outbound server. Then retry the current call.
ORA-26916: Must call OCIPOGGRedoLogOpen function before OCIPOGGRedoLogRead
Cause: An attempt was made to call OCIPOGGRedoLogRead before calling OCIPOGGRedoLogOpen.
Action: Add OCIPOGGRedoLogOpen call before OCIPOGGRedoLogRead.
ORA-26917: OCIPOGG API must be executed using a dedicated server process.
Cause: An attempt was made to execute OCIPOGG API using a shared server process.
Action: Replace the connect string in the client application to use a dedicated server process.
ORA-26918: Must use 'string' procedure for outbound server "string".
Cause: An attempt was made to execute START_APPLY on an outbound server that uses uncommitted data mode.
Action: Use the specified procedure instead.
ORA-26919: Capture "string" is not associated with queue "string"."string".
Cause: The capture specified in the ADD_OUTBOUND procedure was not associated with the specified queue.
Action: Resubmit the ADD_OUTBOUND procedure after removing either the capture_name or the queue_name argument.
ORA-26920: string outbound server "string" has been stopped.
Cause: The specified outbound server was stopped.
Action: Execute START_OUTBOUND procedure to restart the outbound server or execute OCIXStreamOutAttach function to reattach to the outbound server.
ORA-26921: Cannot alter the start SCN or time of string Capture "string".
Cause: An attempt was made to alter the start SCN or time for a capture while other outbound servers were still attached to it.
Action: Execute the following: 1) Get the names of other outbound servers currently attached to the specified Capture using the query: SELECT server_name FROM dba_xstream_outbound WHERE (status = 'ATTACHED') AND (server_name <> '<altered_server>') AND (capture_name = '<specified_capture_name>'); 2) Detach the client application from each server_name returned. 3) Retry the operation.
ORA-26922: user string does not have SELECT ANY TRANSACTION privilege
Cause: An attempt was made to start the capture process or attach to an outbound server when the specified user did not have SELECT ANY TRANSACTION privilege.
Action: Grant SELECT ANY TRANSACTION privilege to the specified user and resubmit the failed operation.
ORA-26923: cannot configure string outbound server "string" with string capture "string" due to different purpose
Cause: An attempt was made to configure an outbound server with a capture used for different purpose.
Action: Execute the following: 1) Get the purpose of each capture and its associated queue: SELECT capture_name, queue_owner, queue_name, purpose FROM dba_capture; 2) Resubmit the statement using a queue or capture with the same purpose.
ORA-26924: cannot configure string using "string"."string" queue because it is used by "string" for string purpose
Cause: An attempt was made to configure the specified process using a queue already used by another process for different purpose.
Action: Resubmit the statement using another queue of the same purpose.
ORA-26925: cannot configure outbound server "string" with capture "string" because it is not using apply-state checkpoint
Cause: An attempt was made to configure an outbound server with a capture not using apply-state checkpoint.
Action: Specify a different capture in the ADD_OUTBOUND procedure or re-create the capture and resubmit the statement.
ORA-27000: skgfqsbi: failed to initialize storage subsystem (SBT) layer
Cause: sbtinit returned an error, additional information indicates error
Action: verify that vendor's storage subsystem product is operating correctly
ORA-27001: unsupported device type
Cause: the specified device type is supported on this platform
Action: check V$BACKUP_DEVICE for supported device types
ORA-27002: function called with invalid device structure
Cause: internal error, aditional information indicates which function encountered error
Action: check for trace file and contact Oracle Support
ORA-27003: cannot open file on device allocated with NOIO option
Cause: internal error, a file is being created/retrieved on a device allocated with NOIO option, additional information indicates which function encountered error
Action: check for trace file and contact Oracle Support
ORA-27004: invalid blocksize specified
Cause: internal error, blocksize specified is incorrect for the device on which file is being created, aditional information indicates blocksize specified, and the function that encountered the error
Action: check for trace file and contact Oracle Support
ORA-27005: cannot open file for async I/O on device not supporting async
Cause: internal error, a file is being opened for async I/O on a device that does not support async I/O, additional information indicates which function encountered error
Action: check for trace file and contact Oracle Support
ORA-27006: sbtremove returned error
Cause: additional information indicates error returned by sbtremove, and the function that encountered the error
Action: verify that vendor's storage subsystem product is operating correctly
ORA-27007: failed to open file
Cause: sbtopen returned error, additional information indicates error returned from sbtopen, and the function that encountered the error
Action: verify that vendor's storage subsystem product is operating correctly
ORA-27008: function called with invalid file structure
Cause: internal error, aditional information indicates which function encountered error
Action: check for trace file and contact Oracle Support
ORA-27009: skgfwrt: cannot write to file opened for read
Cause: internal error
Action: check for trace file and contact Oracle Support
ORA-27010: skgfwrt: write to file failed
Cause: sbtwrite returned error, additional information indicates error returned from sbtwrite
Action: verify that vendor's storage subsystem product is operating correctly
ORA-27011: skgfrd: cannot read from file opened for write
Cause: internal error
Action: check for trace file and contact Oracle Support
ORA-27012: skgfrd: read from file failed
Cause: sbtread returned error, additional information indicates error returned from sbtread
Action: verify that vendor's storage subsystem product is operating correctly
ORA-27013: skgfqdel: cannot delete an open file
Cause: internal error
Action: check for trace file and contact Oracle Support
ORA-27014: skgfqpini: translation error while expanding SS_UDMPDIR
Cause: Failure of sltln in skgfqpini
Action: Check additional return error for more information.
ORA-27015: skgfcls: failed to close the file
Cause: sbtclose returned error, additional information indicates error returned from sbtclose
Action: verify that vendor's storage subsystem product is operating correctly
ORA-27016: skgfcls: sbtinfo returned error
Cause: additional information indicates error returned from sbtinfo
Action: verify that vendor's storage subsystem product is operating correctly
ORA-27017: skgfcls: media handle returned by sbtinfo exceeds max length(SSTMXQMH)
Cause: media handle string length exceeds SSTMXQMH
Action: verify that vendor's storage subsystem product is operating correctly, and that the platform limit (SSTMXQMH) is atleast 64 (the limit specified for sbtinfo). additional information indicates the media handle string length returned by sbtinfo, and the limit (SSTMXQMH)
ORA-27018: BLKSIZE is not a multiple of the minimum physical block size
Cause: User-specified BLKSIZE (blocking factor) is not a multiple of the minimum block size that is permitted on this platform.
Action: Two ADDITIONAL INFORMATION messages are displayed which show the blocking factor provided by the user and the minimum physical block size. Specify a BLKSIZE that is an integral multiple of the minimum block size.
ORA-27019: tape filename length exceeds limit (SBTOPMXF)
Cause: length of tape filename provided to sequential I/O OSD functions is too long
Action: additional information indicates in which function this error is encountered, the length of filename provided, and the limit on filename
ORA-27020: named devices not supported
Cause: the platform or the specified device type does not support named devices
Action: do not specify device name or use a device type that supports named devices. Use V$BACKUP_DEVICE view to see what device types and names (if any) are available.
ORA-27021: sequential file handle must be specified
Cause: The filename which will be passed to sbtopen was not specified.
Action: Specify a filename and continue. If this is a backup set being created via Recovery Manager, use the 'format' option to specify the backup piece handle name.
ORA-27022: skgfqsbi: could not allocate memory for media manager
Cause: Oracle could not allocate memory required by the media management software which is linked with Oracle to provide backup/restore services.
Action: Increase the amount of memory available to the Oracle process and retry the backup/restore.
ORA-27023: skgfqsbi: media manager protocol error
Cause: The media management software which is linked with Oracle to provide backup/restore services did not provide its function pointer structure to Oracle.
Action: This is an internal error in the media management product. Contact the media management vendor.
ORA-27024: skgfqsbi: sbtinit2 returned error
Cause: sbtinit2 returned an error. This happens during a backup or restore operation.
Action: This error is returned from the media management software which is linked with Oracle. There should be additional messages which explain the cause of the error. This error usually requires contacting the media management vendor.
ORA-27025: skgfqsbi: invalid media manager context area size
Cause: The media management software requested a context area size which is greater than the maximum allowable size.
Action: This is an internal error in the media management product. Contact the media management vendor.
ORA-27026: skgfrls: sbtend returned error
Cause: sbtend returned an error. This happens during a backup or restore operation.
Action: This error is returned from the media management software which is linked with Oracle. There should be additional messages which explain the cause of the error. This error usually requires contacting the media management vendor.
ORA-27027: sbtremove2 returned error
Cause: sbtremove2 returned an error. This happens when deleting a backup file.
Action: This error is returned from the media management software which is linked with Oracle. There should be additional messages which explain the cause of the error. This error usually requires contacting the media management vendor.
ORA-27028: skgfqcre: sbtbackup returned error
Cause: sbtbackup returned an error. This happens when creating a backup file during a backup operation.
Action: This error is returned from the media management software which is linked with Oracle. There should be additional messages which explain the cause of the error. This error usually requires contacting the media management vendor.
ORA-27029: skgfrtrv: sbtrestore returned error
Cause: sbtrestore returned an error. This happens when retrieving a backup file during a restore operation.
Action: This error is returned from the media management software which is linked with Oracle. There should be additional messages which explain the cause of the error. This error usually requires contacting the media management vendor.
ORA-27030: skgfwrt: sbtwrite2 returned error
Cause: sbtwrite2 returned an error. This happens while writing a backup file during a backup operation.
Action: This error is returned from the media management software which is linked with Oracle. There should be additional messages which explain the cause of the error. This error usually requires contacting the media management vendor.
ORA-27031: mirror resilvering functions not supported
Cause: internal error
Action: check for trace file and contact Oracle Support
ORA-27032: failed to obtain file size limit
Cause: getrlimit system call returned an error
Action: check errno
ORA-27033: failed to obtain file size limit
Cause: ulimit system call returned an error
Action: check errno
ORA-27034: maximum length of ORACLE_SID exceeded
Cause: too many characters in the ORACLE_SID string
Action: rename the ORACLE_SID to a string of up to the maximum number of characters specified for your system
ORA-27035: logical block size is invalid
Cause: logical block size for oracle files must be a multiple of the physical block size, and less than the maximum
Action: block size specified is returned as additional information, check init.ora parameters, additional information also indicates which function encountered the error
ORA-27036: translation error, unable to expand file name
Cause: additional information indicates sltln/slnrm error, and also indicates which function encountered the error
Action: check additional information
ORA-27037: unable to obtain file status
Cause: stat system call returned an error, additional information indicates which function encountered the error
Action: check errno
ORA-27038: created file already exists
Cause: trying to create a database file, but file by that name already exists
Action: verify that name is correct, specify reuse if necessary
ORA-27039: create file failed, file size limit reached
Cause: an attempt was made to create a file that exceeds the process's file size limit, additional information indicates which function encountered the error
Action: raise the file size limit
ORA-27040: file create error, unable to create file
Cause: create system call returned an error, unable to create file
Action: verify filename, and permissions
ORA-27041: unable to open file
Cause: open system call returned an error, additional information indicates which function encountered the error
Action: check errno
ORA-27042: not enough space on raw partition to fullfill request
Cause: internal error, file too large for raw partition, additional information indicates which function encountered the error
Action: check for trace file and contact Oracle Support
ORA-27043: unable to seek to beginning of file
Cause: seek system call failed, additional information indicates which function encountered the error
Action: check errno
ORA-27044: unable to write the header block of file
Cause: write system call failed, additional information indicates which function encountered the error
Action: check errno
ORA-27045: unable to close the file
Cause: close system call failed, additional information indicates which function encountered the error
Action: check errno
ORA-27046: file size is not a multiple of logical block size
Cause: file size as indicated by stat is not correct, additional information indicates which function encountered the error
Action: verify that the file has not been overwritten or truncated
ORA-27047: unable to read the header block of file
Cause: read system call failed, additional information indicates which function encountered the error
Action: check errno
ORA-27048: skgfifi: file header information is invalid
Cause: possibly trying to use a non-database file as a database file
Action: verify that file is a database file
ORA-27049: unable to seek to and read the last block
Cause: an attempt was made to seek to and read the last block in file, additional information indicates which function encountered error
Action: check errno
ORA-27050: function called with invalid FIB/IOV structure
Cause: internal error, aditional information indicates which function encountered error
Action: check for trace file and contact Oracle Support
ORA-27052: unable to flush file data
Cause: fsync system call returned error, additional information indicates which function encountered the error
Action: check errno
ORA-27053: blocksize in file header not a multiple of logical block size
Cause: the logical block size is invalid, additional information indicates the logical block size and the blocksize in the file header
Action: use a different logical block size, or do not reuse file
ORA-27054: NFS file system where the file is created or resides is not mounted with correct options
Cause: The file was on an NFS partition and either reading the mount tab file failed or the partition wass not mounted with the correct mount option.
Action: Make sure mount tab file has read access for Oracle user and the NFS partition where the file resides is mounted correctly. For the list of mount options to use refer to your platform specific documentation.
ORA-27056: could not delete file
Cause: unlink system call returned error
Action: check errno
ORA-27057: cannot perform async I/O to file
Cause: internal error, query is being asked about async vector I/O when the file does not support async I/O
Action: check for trace file and contact Oracle Support
ORA-27058: file I/O question parameter is invalid
Cause: internal error, invalid query is being asked
Action: check for trace file and contact Oracle Support
ORA-27059: could not reduce file size
Cause: ftruncate system call returned error
Action: check errno
ORA-27060: could not set close-on-exec bit on file
Cause: fcntl system call returned error
Action: check errno
ORA-27061: waiting for async I/Os failed
Cause: aiowait function returned error
Action: check errno
ORA-27062: could not find pending async I/Os
Cause: There should have been some async I/Os in the system but a blocking aiowait indicates that there are no more I/Os. It could be either because of an Oracle bug or the vendor OS bug or due to a NFS server not responding
Action: check Oracle trace file, OS message files and contact Oracle Support
ORA-27063: number of bytes read/written is incorrect
Cause: the number of bytes read/written as returned by aiowait does not match the original number, additional information indicates both these numbers
Action: check errno
ORA-27064: cannot perform async I/O to file
Cause: internal error, asked to perform async I/O when IOV indicates that it cannot be performed on the file
Action: check for trace file and contact Oracle Support
ORA-27065: cannot perform async vector I/O to file
Cause: internal error, asked to perform async vector I/O when it cannot be performed on the file
Action: check for trace file and contact Oracle Support
ORA-27066: number of buffers in vector I/O exceeds maximum
Cause: internal error, number of buffers in vector I/O exceeds maximum allowed by the OSD, additional information indicates both these numbers
Action: check for trace file and contact Oracle Support
ORA-27067: size of I/O buffer is invalid
Cause: internal error, buffer size is either 0, or greater than SSTIOMAX or not a multiple of logical block size, additional information indicates where in function the error was encountered and the buffer size
Action: check for trace file and contact Oracle Support
ORA-27068: I/O buffer is not aligned properly
Cause: internal error, buffer is not aligned to SSIOALIGN boundary, additional information indicates where in function the error was encountered and the buffer pointer
Action: check for trace file and contact Oracle Support
ORA-27069: attempt to do I/O beyond the range of the file
Cause: internal error, the range of blocks being read or written is outside the range of the file, additional information indicates the starting block number, number of blocks in I/O, and the last valid block in the file
Action: check for trace file and contact Oracle Support
ORA-27070: async read/write failed
Cause: aioread/aiowrite system call returned error, additional information indicates starting block number of I/O
Action: check errno
ORA-27071: unable to seek to desired position in file
Cause: lseek system call returned error, additional information indicates block number in file to which seek was attempted
Action: check errno
ORA-27072: File I/O error
Cause: read/write/readv/writev system call returned error, additional information indicates starting block number of I/O
Action: check errno
ORA-27073: Trying to close a file which has async I/Os pending to be dequeued
Cause: internal error, the file is being closed but not all async I/Os to the file have been dequeued, additional information indicates number of I/Os pending on the file
Action: check for trace file and contact Oracle Support
ORA-27074: unable to determine limit for open files
Cause: The getrlimit() system call returned an error.
Action: Check errno.
ORA-27075: SSTMOFRC constant too large
Cause: internal error
Action: check for trace file and contact Oracle Support
ORA-27076: unable to set limit for open files
Cause: The setrlimit() system call returned an error.
Action: Check errno.
ORA-27077: too many files open
Cause: internal error, the number of files opened through skgfofi has reached the limit
Action: Check for trace file and contact Oracle Support.
ORA-27078: unable to determine limit for open files
Cause: The getrlimit() system call returned an error.
Action: Check errno.
ORA-27079: unable to set async IO limit
Cause: The setting of the limit for async I/O has failed.
Action: Check errno.
ORA-27080: too many files open
Cause: The number of files opened has reached the system limit.
Action: Check the error, and set system configuration values.
ORA-27081: unable to close the file
Cause: The close() system call failed.
Action: Check errno.
ORA-27083: waiting for async I/Os failed
Cause: The aio_waitn() library call returned an error.
Action: Check errno.
ORA-27084: unable to get/set file status flags
Cause: The fcntl() system call with F_GETFL/F_SETFL flag returned an error.
Action: Check errno.
ORA-27086: unable to lock file - already in use
Cause: the file is locked by another process, indicating that it is currently in use by a database instance.
Action: determine which database instance legitimately owns this file.
ORA-27087: unable to get share lock - file not readable
Cause: share lock request was made on a file not open for read access.
Action: file must be open read-only or read-write to get a share lock.
ORA-27088: unable to get file status
Cause: file not open or file descriptor is invalid.
Action: None
ORA-27089: unable to release advisory lock
Cause: release of file lock failed
Action: see errno
ORA-27090: Unable to reserve kernel resources for asynchronous disk I/O
Cause: The system call to reserve kernel resources for asynchronous I/O has failed.
Action: Check errno
ORA-27091: unable to queue I/O
Cause: read/write/readv/writev system call returned error, additional information indicates starting block number of I/O
Action: check errno
ORA-27092: size of file exceeds file size limit of the process
Cause: an attempt was made to open a file that exceeds the process's file size limit (ulimit), additional information shows the current limit (logical blocks) and the size of the file (logical blocks)
Action: increase the processes file size limit (ulimit) and retry
ORA-27093: could not delete directory
Cause: rmdir system call returned error
Action: check errno
ORA-27094: raw volume used can damage partition table
Cause: A raw device with VTOC information was provided as a database file.
Action: Make sure the disk partition that is provided to Oracle does not start at sector 0
ORA-27095: fail to get the disk sector size
Cause: The system call to get the sector size failed. Additional information indicates which function encountered the error.
Action: Check error number.
ORA-27096: fail to get file size
Cause: The system call to get file size failed. Additional information indicates which function encountered the error.
Action: Check error number.
ORA-27100: shared memory realm already exists
Cause: Tried to start duplicate instances, or tried to restart an instance that had not been properly shutdown
Action: Use a different instance name, or cleanup the failed instance's SGA
ORA-27101: shared memory realm does not exist
Cause: Unable to locate shared memory realm
Action: Verify that the realm is accessible
ORA-27102: out of memory
Cause: Out of memory
Action: Consult the trace file for details
ORA-27103: internal error
Cause: internal error
Action: contact Oracle support
ORA-27120: unable to remove shared memory segment
Cause: shmctl() call failed
Action: check permissions on segment, contact Oracle support
ORA-27121: unable to determine size of shared memory segment
Cause: shmctl() call failed
Action: check permissions on segment, contact Oracle support
ORA-27122: unable to protect memory
Cause: mprotect() call failed
Action: contact Oracle support
ORA-27123: unable to attach to shared memory segment
Cause: shmat() call failed
Action: check permissions on segment, contact Oracle support
ORA-27124: unable to detach from shared memory segment
Cause: shmdt() call failed
Action: contact Oracle support
ORA-27125: unable to create shared memory segment
Cause: shmget() call failed
Action: contact Oracle support
ORA-27126: unable to lock shared memory segment in core
Cause: insufficient privileges to lock shared memory segment in core
Action: make sure process is running with necessary privileges.
ORA-27127: unable to unlock shared memory segment
Cause: insufficient privileges to unlock shared memory segment
Action: make sure process is running with necessary privileges.
ORA-27128: unable to determine pagesize
Cause: sysconf() call failed
Action: contact Oracle support
ORA-27133: unable to determine stacksize
Cause: getrlimit() call failed
Action: Contact Oracle Support Services.
ORA-27134: unable to set stacksize
Cause: setrlimit() call failed
Action: Contact Oracle Support Services.
ORA-27135: Operating System hard stack limit is set too low
Cause: Operating System hard stack limit was set too low.
Action: Check additional information for current and minimum limit. Increase the Operating System hard stack limit and retry.
ORA-27136: MPMT and VLM are both enabled
Cause: When the _mpmt_enabled parameter is set to TRUE, none of the following parameters should be set to TRUE:

* use_indirect_buffers

* _db_block_cache_protect

* _db_block_cache_clone

Action: Either turn off Multi Process Multi Threads (MPMT) or turn off all the other parameters.
ORA-27140: attach to post/wait facility failed
Cause: The program attempted to initialize the post/wait facility, but the facility could not be attached.
Action: Check for additional errors and contact Oracle Support.
ORA-27141: invalid process ID
Cause: process operation attempted using invalid process ID
Action: contact Oracle Support
ORA-27142: could not create new process
Cause: OS system call
Action: check errno and if possible increase the number of processes
ORA-27143: OS system call failure
Cause: OS system call failed
Action: check errno and contact Oracle support
ORA-27144: attempt to kill process failed
Cause: OS system call error
Action: check errno and contact Oracle Support
ORA-27145: insufficient resources for requested number of processes
Cause: OS system call error
Action: check errno and contact Oracle Support
ORA-27146: post/wait initialization failed
Cause: OS system call failed
Action: check errno and contact Oracle Support
ORA-27147: post/wait reset failed
Cause: OS system call failed
Action: check errno and contact Oracle Support
ORA-27148: spawn wait error
Cause: OS system call failed
Action: check errno and contact Oracle Support
ORA-27149: assignment out of range
Cause: internal error, requested conversion too large for type
Action: contact Oracle Support
ORA-27150: attempt to notify process of pending oradebug call failed
Cause: OS system call
Action: check errno contact Oracle Support
ORA-27151: buffer not large enough to hold process ID string
Cause: internal error
Action: contact Oracle Support
ORA-27152: attempt to post process failed
Cause: OS system call failed
Action: check errno and contact Oracle Support
ORA-27153: wait operation failed
Cause: OS system called failed
Action: check errno contact Oracle Support
ORA-27154: post/wait create failed
Cause: internal error, multiple post/wait creates attempted simultaneously
Action: check errno and contact Oracle Support
ORA-27155: could not execute file
Cause: OS system call failed
Action: check errno and contact Oracle Support
ORA-27156: request for process information failed
Cause: internal error
Action: contact Oracle Support
ORA-27157: OS post/wait facility removed
Cause: the post/wait facility for which the calling process is awaiting
Action: check errno and contact Oracle Support
ORA-27158: process control failure
Cause: Oracle was unable to set the specified process control.
Action: Consult the Oracle Administrator's Guide.
ORA-27159: failure setting process scheduling priority
Cause: Oracle was unable to set the scheduling priority desired.
Action: Consult the Oracle Administrator's Guide.
ORA-27160: process requested to perform operation
Cause: The current process was requested to perform an operation by another process.
Action: This is used internally; no action is required.
ORA-27161: request for Oracle binary information failed
Cause: The program was unable to get information about the Oracle binary.
Action: Check for additional errors and contact Oracle support.
ORA-27162: thread creation failed
Cause: The program was unable to create a thread.
Action: Check errno and contact Oracle support.
ORA-27163: out of memory
Cause: The program ran out of memory when allocating a temporary data structure.
Action: Increase the amount of memory on the system.
ORA-27164: tried to join detached thread
Cause: The program tried to join a detached thread.
Action: This is an internal error; contact Oracle support.
ORA-27165: tried to join thread that does not exist
Cause: The program tried to join a thread that does not exist.
Action: This is an internal error; contact Oracle support.
ORA-27166: tried to join current thread
Cause: A thread in the program tried to join itself.
Action: This is an internal error; contact Oracle support.
ORA-27167: Attempt to determine if Oracle binary image is stored on remote server failed
Cause: OS dependent operation failed
Action: None
ORA-27168: Translation from hostname to network address failed
Cause: Internal error
Action: Contact Oracle Support Services.
ORA-27190: skgfrd: sbtread2 returned error
Cause: sbtread returned an error. This happens while reading a backup file during a restore operation.
Action: This error is returned from the media management software which is linked with Oracle. There should be additional messages which explain the cause of the error. This error usually requires contacting the media management vendor.
ORA-27191: sbtinfo2 returned error
Cause: sbtinfo2 returned an error. This happens while retrieving backup file information from the media manager's catalog.
Action: This error is returned from the media management software which is linked with Oracle. There should be additional messages which explain the cause of the error. This error usually requires contacting the media management vendor.
ORA-27192: skgfcls: sbtclose2 returned error - failed to close file
Cause: sbtclose2 returned an error. This happens while closing a backup file during a backup or restore operation.
Action: This error is returned from the media management software which is linked with Oracle. There should be additional messages which explain the cause of the error. This error usually requires contacting the media management vendor.
ORA-27193: sbtinfo2 did not return volume label
Cause: sbtinfo2 did not return the volume label information for the backup file that was just created.
Action: This is an internal error in the media management product. Contact the media management vendor.
ORA-27194: skgfdvcmd: sbtcommand returned error
Cause: sbtcommand returned an error. This happens when an rman SEND command is issued.
Action: This error is returned from the media management software which is linked with Oracle. There should be additional messages which explain the cause of the error. This error usually requires contacting the media management vendor.
ORA-27195: proxy copy not supported
Cause: An attempt was made to do a proxy backup or restore, but the media management software installed with Oracle does not support proxy copy.
Action: Re-run the backup in non-proxy mode, or contact the media management vendor if the software is supposed to support proxy copy.
ORA-27196: skgfpbk: sbtpcbackup returned error
Cause: sbtpcbackup returned an error. This happens when a proxy backup is begun.
Action: This error is returned from the media management software which is linked with Oracle. There should be additional messages which explain the cause of the error. This error usually requires contacting the media management vendor.
ORA-27197: skgfprs: sbtpcrestore returned error
Cause: sbtpcrestore returned an error. This happens when a proxy restore is begun.
Action: This error is returned from the media management software which is linked with Oracle. There should be additional messages which explain the cause of the error. This error usually requires contacting the media management vendor.
ORA-27198: skgfpvl: sbtpcvalidate returned error
Cause: sbtpcvalidate returned an error. This happens during a proxy backup or restore.
Action: This error is returned from the media management software which is linked with Oracle. There should be additional messages which explain the cause of the error. This error usually requires contacting the media management vendor.
ORA-27199: skgfpst: sbtpcstatus returned error
Cause: sbtpcstatus returned an error. This happens during a proxy backup or restore.
Action: This error is returned from the media management software which is linked with Oracle. There should be additional messages which explain the cause of the error. This error usually requires contacting the media management vendor.
ORA-27200: skgfpgo: sbtpcstart returned error
Cause: sbtpcstart returned an error. This happens during a proxy backup or restore.
Action: This error is returned from the media management software which is linked with Oracle. There should be additional messages which explain the cause of the error. This error usually requires contacting the media management vendor.
ORA-27201: skgfpcm: sbtpccommit returned error
Cause: sbtpccommit returned an error. This happens during a proxy backup or restore.
Action: This error is returned from the media management software which is linked with Oracle. There should be additional messages which explain the cause of the error. This error usually requires contacting the media management vendor.
ORA-27202: skgfpen: sbtpcend returned error
Cause: sbtpcend returned an error. This happens during a proxy backup or restore.
Action: This error is returned from the media management software which is linked with Oracle. There should be additional messages which explain the cause of the error. This error usually requires contacting the media management vendor.
ORA-27203: skgfpqb: sbtpcquerybackup returned error
Cause: sbtpcquerybackup returned an error. This happens during a proxy backup.
Action: This error is returned from the media management software which is linked with Oracle. There should be additional messages which explain the cause of the error. This error usually requires contacting the media management vendor.
ORA-27204: skgfpqr: sbtpcqueryrestore returned error
Cause: sbtpcqueryrestore returned an error. This happens during a proxy restore.
Action: This error is returned from the media management software which is linked with Oracle. There should be additional messages which explain the cause of the error. This error usually requires contacting the media management vendor.
ORA-27205: skgfpcn: sbtpccancel returned error
Cause: sbtpccancel returned an error. This happens during a proxy restore.
Action: This error is returned from the media management software which is linked with Oracle. There should be additional messages which explain the cause of the error. This error usually requires contacting the media management vendor.
ORA-27206: requested file not found in media management catalog
Cause: A backup file used in a recovery manager catalog maintenance command was not found in the media management catalog.
Action: Retry the command with a different file.
ORA-27207: syntax error in device PARMS - parentheses mismatch or missing
Cause: User-supplied PARMS value has incorrect syntax.
Action: Retry the command with correct syntax: ENV=(..) BLKSIZE=nnnn
ORA-27208: syntax error in device PARMS - environment variable value missing
Cause: User-supplied PARMS value has incorrect syntax.
Action: Retry the command with correct syntax: ENV=(var1=val1,var2=val2,..)
ORA-27209: syntax error in device PARMS - unknown keyword or missing =
Cause: User-supplied PARMS value has incorrect syntax. The server expected to find ENV or BLKSIZE, but found an unknown keyword.
Action: Retry the command with correct syntax: ENV=(..) BLKSIZE=nnnn
ORA-27210: syntax error in device PARMS
Cause: User-supplied PARMS value has incorrect syntax.
Action: Retry the command with correct syntax: ENV=(..) BLKSIZE=nnnn
ORA-27211: Failed to load Media Management Library
Cause: User-supplied SBT_LIBRARY or libobk.so could not be loaded. Call to dlopen for media library returned error. See Additional information for error code.
Action: Retry the command with proper media library. Or re-install Media management module for Oracle.
ORA-27212: some entrypoints in Media Management Library are missing
Cause: media library does not have one of the following entrypoints : sbtinfo, sbtread, sbtwrite, sbtremove, sbtopen, sbtclose, sbtinit
Action: Retry the command with proper media library.
ORA-27213: failed to unload Media Management Library
Cause: dlclose for media library returned error. See Additional Additional information for error code.
Action: contact Oracle Support.
ORA-27214: skgfrsfe: file search failed
Cause: The FindNextFile function returned unxpected error.
Action: Check errors on the error stack for an explanation why the search for files could not be successfully executed.
ORA-27215: skgfgsmcs: sbtinfo2 returned unknown file
Cause: During an sbtinfo2() call, the media management software returned information about an unknown backup file.
Action: Contact the media management vendor.
ORA-27216: skgfgsmcs: sbtinfo2 returned a malformed response
Cause: The media management software returned a malformed response during an sbtinfo2() call.
Action: Contact the media management vendor.
ORA-27217: failed to load Media Management Library from secure location
Cause: SBT libraries were not installed in a secure location.
Action: Remove SBT_SECURE parameter or Request third party vendors to provide patch that installs SBT libraries in secured locations as mandated by Oracle.
ORA-27230: OS system call failure
Cause: OS system call failed
Action: check errno and contact Oracle support
ORA-27231: unable to close file
Cause: A file could not be closed.
Action: See accompanying errors.
ORA-27232: unable to get file information
Cause: Information about the file could not be obtained.
Action: See accompanying errors.
ORA-27233: file is not an ELF file
Cause: A file was not an ELF file.
Action: Check for file corruption and contact Oracle Support Services.
ORA-27234: unable to read file
Cause: A file could not be read.
Action: See accompanying errors.
ORA-27235: unable to map file region into memory
Cause: A file region could not be mapped into memory.
Action: See accompanying errors.
ORA-27236: unable to unmap file from memory
Cause: A file region could not be unmapped from memory.
Action: See accompanying errors.
ORA-27237: ELF file is not a relocatable object file
Cause: An ELF file was not the expected type.
Action: Supply the expected type of file.
ORA-27238: ELF file is not an executable
Cause: An ELF file was not the expected type.
Action: Supply the expected type of file.
ORA-27239: ELF file is not a shared object file
Cause: An ELF file was not the expected type.
Action: Supply the expected type of file.
ORA-27240: ELF file does not have a required section
Cause: An ELF file did not have a required section.
Action: Contact Oracle Support Services.
ORA-27241: ELF-shared library has multiple sections of the same type
Cause: An ELF-shared library had multiple sections of the same type.
Action: Contact Oracle Support Services.
ORA-27242: ELF file has invalid hash table entry size
Cause: An ELF file had an invalid hash table entry size.
Action: Contact Oracle Support Services.
ORA-27243: ELF file has too many relocation sections
Cause: An ELF file had too many relocation sections.
Action: Contact Oracle Support Services.
ORA-27244: unable to determine base value for data relocation from ELF file
Cause: An ELF file was missing important information.
Action: Contact Oracle Support Services.
ORA-27245: unable to dlopen() binary image
Cause: A file could not be accessed via dlopen().
Action: See accompanying errors and make file available.
ORA-27246: unable to open file
Cause: A file could not be opened.
Action: See accompanying errors and make file available.
ORA-27250: OS system call failure
Cause: OS system call failed
Action: check errno and contact Oracle support
ORA-27300: OS system dependent operation:string failed with status: string
Cause: OS system call error
Action: contact Oracle Support
ORA-27301: OS failure message: string
Cause: OS system call error
Action: contact Oracle Support
ORA-27302: failure occurred at: string
Cause: OS system call error
Action: contact Oracle Support
ORA-27303: additional information: string
Cause: OS system call error
Action: contact Oracle Support
ORA-27351: conflicting values of job attributes string and string
Cause: The values of two attributes passed in to the CREATE_JOBS call or the JOB object constructor conflicted with each other. This is usually because both attributes cannot be non-NULL at the same time.
Action: Resolve the conflict by changing the value of one of the attributes and issue the call again.
ORA-27353: job attribute string is missing
Cause: An attribute needed to fully specify a job was not passed in to a call to CREATE_JOBS or the JOB object constructor.
Action: Issue the call again with the required attribute set.
ORA-27354: attribute string cannot be set for lightweight jobs
Cause: The CREATE_JOBS call or the JOB object constructor was called with an argument that is illegal in the case of lightweight jobs.
Action: Set the argument to the default value and issue the call again.
ORA-27356: invalid job argument
Cause: An invalid job argument was passed into either the CREATE_JOBS call or the JOB object constructor.
Action: Correct the argument value and issue the call again.
ORA-27357: duplicate reference to job object string
Cause: The scheduler CREATE_JOBS call had two or more references to the same job.
Action: Eliminate the duplicate references and issue the call again.
ORA-27359: duplicate reference to attribute string of job string
Cause: The scheduler SET_JOB_ATTRIBUTES call had two or more references to a specific atrribute of a job.
Action: Eliminate the duplicate references and issue the call again.
ORA-27361: scheduler API invoked with illegal or inconsistent arguments
Cause: A DBMS_SCHEDULER API call was invoked with either illegal or inconsistent arguments.
Action: Refer to scheduler documentation for the call, make the necessary changes and issue the call again.
ORA-27362: batch API call completed with errors
Cause: Some of the commands submitted to a scheduler batch API call could not be successfully carried out because of errors. Other commands in the batch may have completed successfully.
Action: Check the view SCHEDULER_JOB_ERRORS to see which commands failed and why. Make the appropriate corrections and submit the failed commands again.
ORA-27363: invalid program for lightweight job
Cause: You tried to create a lightweight job using an invalid program. A program used in a lightweight job has to be enabled, has to be in the same schema as the job, and the program action has to be either a PL/SQL block or a stored procedure.
Action: Use a valid program for the lightweight job.
ORA-27364: remote database string already registered as string
Cause: The user attempted to register a remote database that was already registered.
Action: To update the registration information, the REPLACE argument of the REGISTER_REMOTE_DATABASE procedure should be set to TRUE. If the registration information is already current, no further action is needed.
ORA-27365: job has been notified to stop, but failed to do so immediately
Cause: The job specified in the stop_job command cannot be stopped immediately(because it is rolling back or blocked on a network operation), but it has been notified to stop. This means it will be stopped as soon as possible after its current uninterruptable operation is done.
Action: No action is required for the job to be stopped, but calling stop_job with force (if you have the privilege) may cause the job to be stopped sooner.
ORA-27366: job "string.string" is not running
Cause: An attempt was made to stop a job that was not running.
Action: Verify the status of the job. If the job is running but this message is still being returned, contact Oracle support.
ORA-27367: program "string.string" associated with this job is disabled
Cause: An attempt was made to run a job whose program has been disabled.
Action: Reenable the program before running the job.
ORA-27369: job of type EXECUTABLE failed with exit code: string
Cause: A problem was encountered while running a job of type EXECUTABLE. The cause of the actual problem is identified by the exit code.
Action: Correct the cause of the exit code and reschedule the job.
ORA-27370: job slave failed to launch a job of type EXECUTABLE
Cause: The scheduler ran into an error when the job slave tried to start a job of type EXECUTABLE. The rest of the error stack will provide more detailed information on what the exact problem was.
Action: Correct the problem specified in the error stack and reschedule the job.
ORA-27371: jobs of type EXECUTABLE are not supported on this platform
Cause: The user tried to create a job or program of type EXECUTABLE on a platform where such jobs are not supported.
Action: Switch to a different platform or create a different type of job or program.
ORA-27372: length of action and arguments exceeds platform limit string
Cause: The total length of the job or program action and the arguments exceeds the platform limit specified.
Action: Reduce the total length by specifying fewer and/or shorter arguments
ORA-27373: unknown or illegal event source queue
Cause: The source queue specified for the event based job or event based schedule was either not found or was of the wrong type.
Action: Check if the queue exists. If it does make sure it is a multiple consumer queue and it is a post 8.1 compatible queue. Single consumer queues and old-style queues cannot be used as event source queues.
ORA-27374: insufficient privileges on event source queue
Cause: The job owner had insufficient privileges on the event source queue that was specified for the job.
Action: The job owner has to have dequeue privileges on event source queue or he has to have manage queue or dequeue any queue system privileges. Make sure one of these privileges is granted.
ORA-27375: valid agent name must be specified for secure queues
Cause: The queue specified for the event based job or schedule was a secure queue and either no agent name was specified or an invalid agent name was specified.
Action: If no agent name was specified, retry the call with a valid agent name. If the agent name was valid, check if the agent is currently subscribed to the queue and, in the case of jobs, check is the agent has been authorized to act as the job owner.
ORA-27376: event condition cannot be NULL
Cause: A null event condition was passed in for an event based job or schedule. This is not allowed.
Action: Pass in a legal event condition.
ORA-27377: windows cannot have event based schedules
Cause: Event based schedules for windows are currently not supported.
Action: Use a time-based schedule instead.
ORA-27378: cannot stop jobs of type EXECUTABLE on this platform
Cause: An attempt was made to stop a job of type EXECUTABLE on a platform where the stop operation was not supported.
Action: If the attempt to stop the job was made with the FORCE option set to FALSE, try again but change the FORCE option to TRUE.
ORA-27379: INSTANCE_ID attribute conflicts with job class settings
Cause: The value of the INSTANCE_ID attribute of the job conflicted with the value of the SERVICE attribute of its job class.
Action: Change the value of the INSTANCE_ID attribute or place the job in a job class whose settings do not conflict with the INSTANCE_ID attribute. Then re-enable the job.
ORA-27399: job type EXECUTABLE requires the CREATE EXTERNAL JOB privilege
Cause: The owner of a job of type EXECUTABLE does not have the CREATE EXTERNAL JOB system privilege.
Action: Grant the CREATE EXTERNAL JOB system privilege to the job owner or create another job in a schema which does have the CREATE EXTERNAL JOB system privilege.
ORA-27411: empty string is not a valid repeat interval.
Cause: An empty string '' was provided as a repeat interval for a window or a schedule.
Action: Specify a valid repeat interval, e.g., 'FREQ=DAILY;BYHOUR=8;BYMINUTE=0;BYSECOND=0' for a job that executes daily at 8am.
ORA-27412: repeat interval or calendar contains invalid identifier: string
Cause: The calendar string or calendar definition for the repeat interval of a job, schedule or window contained an unsupported keyword or reference to an undefined calendar.
Action: Correct the repeat interval such that it no longer contains the invalid keyword.
ORA-27413: repeat interval is too long
Cause: The repeat interval consisted of a calendar string larger than the maximum size allowed.
Action: Use a shorter calendar string for the repeat interval.
ORA-27414: Invalid BY value type
Cause: The type of BY value was not allowed for the frequency specified
Action: Ommit BY values of this type or alter the frequency
ORA-27415: repeat interval or calendar must start with the FREQ= clause
Cause: The specified calendar string for the repeat interval did not start with the frequency clause.
Action: Create a repeat interval that starts with a frequency clause, e.g. 'FREQ=YEARLY;BYMONTH=FEB'
ORA-27416: BYDAY= clause in repeat interval or calendar contains an invalid weekday
Cause: The BYDAY clause of the repeat interval contained a value that doesn't properly represent a weekday.
Action: Use the correct three letter abbreviations for weekdays, e.g. MON for Monday and FRI for Friday.
ORA-27417: BYWEEKNO clause is only supported when FREQ=YEARLY
Cause: A repeat interval or calendar contained a BYWEEKNO clause with a frequency other than yearly.
Action: Remove the BYWEEKNO clause or change the frequency to yearly.
ORA-27418: syntax error in repeat interval or calendar
Cause: The repeat interval or calendar definition could not be recognized as a valid syntax.
Action: Specify a valid repeat interval.
ORA-27419: unable to determine valid execution date from repeat interval
Cause: The specified repeat interval contained conflicting clauses that made it impossible to ever find a matching date, e.g., 'FREQ=YEARLY;BYMONTH=FEB;BYMONTHDAY=31'. Alternatively, the scheduler reached its maximum number of attempts to try to find a valid execution date. This occurs when theoretically there is a valid execution date far in the future, but the scheduler took too many attempts to determine this date.
Action: Remove the conflicting clauses, or simplify the repeat interval so that it is easier to determine the next execution date.
ORA-27421: usage of string not supported in a calendar definition
Cause: The calendar definition contained a clause that is specific for a repeat interval
Action: Specify a valid calendar definition.
ORA-27431: chain string.string has a user-managed rule set
Cause: An attempt was made to modify a rule set that is not managed by the Scheduler.
Action: Modify the rule set directly using the dbms_rule_adm package or create another chain without specifying a rule set.
ORA-27432: step string does not exist for chain string.string
Cause: The step specified does not exist for the given chain.
Action: Reissue the command using a step that exists for this chain.
ORA-27433: cannot alter state of step string for job string.string to string
Cause: The step cannot be changed to the requested state. The state of a running step cannot be changed. A step which is running or has already run cannot be run again.
Action: Wait until the step has finished running.
ORA-27434: cannot alter chain step job string.string.string
Cause: A step job of a running chain cannot be altered, only stopped or dropped.
Action: Stop or drop the chain step job or alter the running chain step instead.
ORA-27435: chain job terminated abnormally
Cause: A chain job has ended abnormally. The error code for the running chain could not be retrieved.
Action: No action necessary. The job will run again when it is scheduled to.
ORA-27451: string cannot be NULL
Cause: An attempt was made to set a NOT NULL scheduler attribute to NULL.
Action: Reissue the command using a non-NULL value for the specified attribute.
ORA-27452: string is an invalid name for a database object.
Cause: An invalid name was used to identify a database object.
Action: Reissue the command using a valid name.
ORA-27453: string is an invalid job or program argument name.
Cause: An invalid job or program argument name was specified.
Action: Reissue the command using a valid name for this argument.
ORA-27454: argument name and position cannot be NULL
Cause: The name or position of a program or job argument was defined as NULL.
Action: Reissue the command providing either a valid argument name or valid argument position.
ORA-27455: Only "SYS" is a valid schema for a string.
Cause: A non-SYS schema was specified for an object that must be in the SYS schema.
Action: Reissue the command, leaving out the schema name or using the schema name of SYS.
ORA-27456: not all arguments of program "string.string" have been defined
Cause: The number_of_arguments attribute of the named program did not match the actual number of arguments that have been defined.
Action: Define as many arguments as the number of arguments, or change the number of arguments.
ORA-27457: argument string of job "string.string" has no value
Cause: No value was provided for the job argument with the specified position.
Action: Provide a value for the job argument using any of the set_job_xxxx_value() routines. Or, when using a named program, specify a default value for the corresponding argument of the program.
ORA-27458: A program of type PLSQL_BLOCK cannot have any arguments.
Cause: An attempt was made to create or enable a program of type PLSQL_BLOCK with arguments. This is not allowed.
Action: Change the number of arguments to zero, or change the type of the program.
ORA-27459: A program of type EXECUTABLE must have character-only arguments.
Cause: A program of type EXECUTABLE was created or enabled with one or more arguments of non-character datatypes.
Action: Change the arguments to be of character-only datatypes.
ORA-27460: cannot execute disabled job "string.string"
Cause: An attempt was made to run a job that is disabled.
Action: Enable the job and then reschedule the job.
ORA-27461: The value for attribute string is too large.
Cause: The value that was provided for the specified attribute was too large.
Action: Reissue the command using a smaller or shorter value.
ORA-27463: invalid program type string
Cause: An invalid program type was specified.
Action: Reissue the command using a valid program type.
ORA-27464: invalid schedule type string
Cause: An invalid schedule type was specified.
Action: Reissue the command using a valid schedule type.
ORA-27465: invalid value string for attribute string
Cause: An invalid value was provided for the specified attribute.
Action: Reissue the command using a valid value for this attribute.
ORA-27467: invalid datatype for string value
Cause: The value provided for the named scheduler attribute was of an invalid datatype.
Action: Reissue the command using a value of the correct datatype.
ORA-27468: "string.string" is locked by another process
Cause: An attempt was made to read or modify the state of the named scheduler object when another process was also updating the same object and held the lock.
Action: Retry the operation. Scheduler locks are held for a very short duration. If the error persists, contact Oracle Support.
ORA-27469: string is not a valid string attribute
Cause: A non-existant attribute was specified.
Action: Reissue the command using a valid attribute for that specific scheduler object.
ORA-27470: failed to re-enable "string.string" after making requested change
Cause: A change was made to an enabled scheduler object that caused it to become disabled.
Action: Alter the object so that it becomes valid and then enable it.
ORA-27471: window "string.string" is already closed
Cause: An attempt was made to close a window that was not open.
Action: No action required.
ORA-27472: invalid metadata attribute string
Cause: An invalid metadata attribute was specified.
Action: Reissue the command using a valid metadata attribute.
ORA-27473: argument string does not exist
Cause: An argument which was specified does not exist.
Action: Reissue the command using an argument name defined by the program or using a valid argument position.
ORA-27474: cannot give both an argument name and an argument position
Cause: An argument was specified using both a name and a position.
Action: Reissue the command using either the argument name or the argument position but not both.
ORA-27475: "string.string" must be a string
Cause: An object of the wrong type was specified. For example, a table could have been passed to the drop_job() procedure.
Action: Reissue a different command applicable to this object type or reissue the same command using an object of the valid type.
ORA-27476: "string.string" does not exist
Cause: A database object was specified that does not exist.
Action: Reissue the command using an object that exists or create a new object and then reissue this command.
ORA-27477: "string.string" already exists
Cause: An attempt was made to create an object with a name that has already been used by another object in the same schema.
Action: Reissue the command using a different name or schema.
ORA-27478: job "string.string" is running
Cause: An attempt was made to drop a job that is currently running.
Action: Stop the job and then reissue the command, or reissue the command specifying the force option to stop the job first.
ORA-27479: Cannot string "string.string" because other objects depend on it
Cause: An attempt was made to drop or disable a scheduler object that has jobs associated with it without specifying the force option.
Action: Alter the associated jobs so they do not point to the scheduler object being dropped or disabled and then reissue the command. Alternatively reissue the command specifying the force option. If the force option is specified and a scheduler object is being dropped, all associated jobs will be disabled.
ORA-27480: window "string" is currently open
Cause: An attempt was made to drop a window that is currently open, or to manually open a window while another window is already open.
Action: Close the window that is open and then reissue the command, or reissue the command while setting the force option to TRUE.
ORA-27481: "string.string" has an invalid schedule
Cause: An attempt was made to enable a job or window that has an invalid schedule.
Action: Alter the schedule of the job or window so that it is valid and then reissue the enable command.
ORA-27483: "string.string" has an invalid END_DATE
Cause: An attempt was made to enable a job or window that has an invalid end_date. Either the end_date is before the start_date or the end_date is in the past.
Action: Alter the job or window so that the end date becomes valid (possibly null) and then reissue the command.
ORA-27484: Argument names are not supported for jobs without a program.
Cause: An attempt was made to set or reset a job argument by using the name of the argument. Identifying job arguments by their name is only supported in combination with jobs that are based on programs. Jobs that are not using a program cannot have named arguments.
Action: Use argument position instead of name and then issue the command again.
ORA-27485: argument string already exists at a different position
Cause: An attempt was made to create or replace an argument with a name that is already used by an argument at a different position.
Action: Use a different name for the argument or drop or alter the argument which already exists with this name and then reissue the command.
ORA-27486: insufficient privileges
Cause: An attempt was made to perform a scheduler operation without the required privileges.
Action: Ask a sufficiently privileged user to perform the requested operation, or grant the required privileges to the proper user(s).
ORA-27487: invalid object privilege for a string
Cause: The granted object privilege is not valid for the specified scheduler object.
Action: Check the scheduler documentation to verify which object privileges can be granted on which scheduler objects.
ORA-27488: unable to set string because string was/were already set
Cause: An attempt was made to set an object's attribute even though one or more conflicting attributes of the same object had already been set.
Action: Set the other conflicting attributes to NULL and then reissue the command.
ORA-27489: unable to process job "string.string" from job class "string"
Cause: An error was encountered while processing the named job from the specified job class.
Action: Resolve the error for this job and then reissue the command. See the next error message on the stack to find out what the error for the job is.
ORA-27490: cannot open disabled window "string.string"
Cause: The user tried to open a disabled window.
Action: Enable the window and then try to open it again.
ORA-27491: repeat_interval and start_date cannot both be NULL
Cause: An attempt was made to set both repeat_interval and start_date to equal NULL for a Scheduler window or schedule.
Action: If either repeat_interval or start_date is set to equal NULL, the other should be set to a non-NULL value.
ORA-27492: unable to run job "string.string": scheduler unavailable
Cause: A job run with current session set to false can not be issued if the scheduler is not active. Check value of job_queue_processes parameter, issue dbms_ijob.set_enabled(true), database is in upgrade/migrade mode, database is in data guard mode, or scheduler attribute SCHEDULER_DISABLED is set to TRUE
Action: Run the job in the current session or activate the scheduler
ORA-27500: inter-instance IPC error
Cause: This is an operating system/cluster interconnect error.
Action: Check the extra information and contact Oracle Support Services.
ORA-27501: IPC error creating a port
Cause: This is an operating system/cluster interconnect error.
Action: Check the value of errno and contact Oracle Support Services.
ORA-27502: IPC error deleting OSD context
Cause: This is an operating system/cluster interconnect error.
Action: Check the value of errno and contact Oracle Support Services.
ORA-27503: IPC error attempting to cancel request
Cause: This is an operating system/cluster interconnect error.
Action: Check the value of errno and contact Oracle Support Services.
ORA-27504: IPC error creating OSD context
Cause: This is an operating system/cluster interconnect error.
Action: Check the value of errno and contact Oracle Support Services.
ORA-27505: IPC error destroying a port
Cause: This is an operating system/cluster interconnect error.
Action: Check the value of errno and contact Oracle Support Services.
ORA-27506: IPC error connecting to a port
Cause: This is an operating system/cluster interconnect error.
Action: Check the value of errno and contact Oracle Support Services.
ORA-27507: IPC error disconnecting from a port
Cause: This is an operating system/cluster interconnect error.
Action: Check the value of errno and contact Oracle Support Services.
ORA-27508: IPC error sending a message
Cause: This is an operating system/cluster interconnect error.
Action: Check the value of errno and contact Oracle Support Services.
ORA-27509: IPC error receiving a message
Cause: This is an operating system/cluster interconnect error.
Action: Check the value of errno and contact Oracle Support Services.
ORA-27510: IPC error waiting for a request to complete
Cause: This is an operating system/cluster interconnect error.
Action: Check the value of errno and contact Oracle Support Services.
ORA-27512: IPC error posting a process
Cause: This is an operating system/cluster interconnect error.
Action: Check the value of errno and contact Oracle Support Services.
ORA-27513: parameter string contains invalid value string
Cause: The program could not identify the value as an IP address.
Action: Change the value to be a valid IP address.
ORA-27542: Failed to unprepare a buffer prepared for remote update
Cause: This is an operating system/cluster interconnect error.
Action: Check the value of errno and contact Oracle Support Services.
ORA-27543: Failed to cancel outstanding IPC request
Cause: This is an operating system/cluster interconnect error.
Action: Check the value of errno and contact Oracle Support Services.
ORA-27544: Failed to map memory region for export
Cause: This is an operating system/cluster interconnect error.
Action: Check the value of errno and contact Oracle Support Services.
ORA-27545: Fail to prepare buffer for remote update
Cause: This is an operating system/cluster interconnect error.
Action: Check the value of errno and contact Oracle Support Services.
ORA-27546: Oracle compiled against IPC interface version string.string found version string.string
Cause: A misconfiguration or installation error occurred.
Action: Install the IPC library for this release of Oracle.
ORA-27547: Unable to query IPC OSD attribute string
Cause: This is an operating system-dependent IPC error.
Action: Contact Oracle support Services.
ORA-27548: Unable to unprepare IPC buffer
Cause: This is an operating system-dependent IPC error.
Action: Contact Oracle support Services.
ORA-27550: Target ID protocol check failed. tid vers=string, type=string, remote instance number=string, local instance number=string
Cause: The local Oracle Real Application Cluster instance and remote instance are running with incompatible implementation of the inter-instance IPC protocol library. A misconfiguration or installation error occurred.
Action: Check additional error messages in the alert log and the process trace file.
ORA-27601: Cell storage initialization failed, cell library error code [string]
Cause: Cell storage client did not succeed in initializing.
Action: Check the value of errno and contact Oracle Support Services.
ORA-27602: Failure to publish network status information, cell library error code [string]
Cause: Network status information publishing failed.
Action: Check the value of errno and contact Oracle Support Services.
ORA-27603: Cell storage I/O error, I/O failed on disk string at offset string for data length string
Cause: Cell storage I/O read or write failed, possibly due to a configuration problem or a hardware failure.
Action: Check the value of errno and contact Oracle Support Services.
ORA-27604: Cell storage ioctl error, ioctl failed on disk string
Cause: Ioctl operation on a cell storage disk failed.
Action: Check the value of errno and contact Oracle Support Services.
ORA-27605: Smart I/O failed as a handle could not be obtained to the cell "string" as the cell is not accessible.
Cause: The cell could have been unavailable.
Action: Ensure the cell is available. Check the network connectivity.
ORA-27606: Smart I/O failed because the diskgroup was found to be unmounted. tablespace number: "string", file number: "string"
Cause: The diskgroup to which the specified file belongs was found to be unmounted.
Action: Ensure that the diskgroup to which the specified file belongs is mounted.
ORA-27607: Smart I/O failed because there were no online disks. tablespace number: "string", file number: "string"
Cause: There were no online disks found for the specified file.
Action: Ensure the diskgroup to which the specified file belongs to is mounted. Ensure that the disks are online. Check the availability of cells and check the network.
ORA-27608: Smart I/O failed because the disk "string" on the cell "string" was not open. error code: "string", "string"
Cause: The specified disk on the specified cell could not be opened.
Action: Ensure the cell is available. Check the network.
ORA-27609: Smart I/O failed due to a network error to the cell "string". error code "string", "string"
Cause: The specified cell could not be connected to.
Action: Ensure that the cell is available. Check the network.
ORA-27610: Smart I/O failed due to shortage of memory on the cell "string"
Cause: The specified cell had a shortage of memory to perform smart I/O.
Action: Reduce the parallel degree or number of Oracle sessions executing smart I/O.
ORA-27611: Smart I/O failed due to a block corruption detected on the host. The block was received from cell "string". disk: "string", block: "string", disk offset: "string"
Cause: The data block indicated was corrupted on the host, but a corruption was not found on the cell.
Action: This may be due to a transient network error or a real block corruption. Check your network for any errors. Analyze the segment to which the file belongs. If there is indeed a corruption, try to restore the block using RMAN block recovery. If there is a trace file, report the errors in it to Oracle Support Services. If analyze did not report an error and network did not have any error, report the problem to Oracle Support Services as this appears to be a software error.
ORA-27612: Smart I/O failed due to a block corruption detected on the cell "string". disk: "string", block: "string", disk offset: "string"
Cause: The data block indicated was found to be corrupted on the cell.
Action: This may be due to a software error or a real data corruption. Analyze the segment. If there is indeed a block corruption, try to restore the block using RMAN block level recovery. If there is a trace file, report the errors in it to Oracle Support Services. If analyze did not report an error, report the problem to Oracle Support Services as this appears to be a software error.
ORA-27613: Smart I/O failed due to an I/O error on the cell "string". disk: "string", block: "string", disk offset: "string" I/O size: "string"
Cause: An I/O request failed on the specified cell and disk.
Action: Check the specified disk on the cell.
ORA-27614: Smart I/O failed due to an error "string, string" from the cell "string". disk: "string", block: "string", disk offset: "string" I/O size: "string"
Cause: An I/O request failed, due to an internal error on the specified cell and disk.
Action: Report the problem to Oracle Support Services along with the process trace file and alert log.
ORA-27615: Smart I/O file to ASM disk translation failed with error: string.
Cause: An internal error caused a smart I/O operation to fail.
Action: Report the problem to Oracle Support Services along with the process trace file and alert log.
ORA-27616: ASM Allocation Unit: string
Cause: This error message is usually accompanied by another message, indicating the real problem. This message exists to provide additional information to Oracle Support Services.
Action: Check the next error message.
ORA-27617: Smart I/O failed because of an internal error. Cell "string", disk "string", cell library error code "string, string", error information "string"
Cause: An internal error caused a smart I/O operation to fail.
Action: Report the problem to Oracle Support Services along with the process trace file and alert log.
ORA-27618: Smart I/O failed because of an internal error. Cell "string", cell library error code "string, string", error information "string"
Cause: An internal error caused a smart I/O operation to fail.
Action: Report the problem to Oracle Support Services along with the process trace file and alert log.
ORA-27619: Smart I/O failed because of an internal error when determining the time zone file version. Error code "string"
Cause: An internal error caused a smart I/O operation to fail.
Action: Report the problem to Oracle Support Services along with the process trace file and alert log.
ORA-27621: The value of string is not valid for parameter string
Cause: Incorrect value is specified for an internal parameter.
Action: This parameter should only be set by Oracle Support Services. Check the additional diagnostic information in the trace file and contact Oracle Support Services for recommendations on setting this parameter.
ORA-27623: Cell automation SQL action failed
Cause: Cell automation manager or worker process failed to execute SQL action through OCI recursive call.
Action: Check the alert log and process trace file for additional information. Contact Oracle Support Services if the errors specified in the trace file cannot be corrected.
ORA-27624: Smart I/O failed because the number of reconnects to the cell "string" exceeded the maximum allowed "string".
Cause: The number of reconnects to a cell exceeded the maximum allowed. This problem indicates a possible network problem or a software problem on the cell.
Action: If the cellsrv is being restarted repeatedly, in a short interval, check the system load. The problem may be corrected by rebooting the cell. If the system is not overloaded, the repeated restarts are likely due to software problem. Report the problem to Oracle Support Services along with alert log and trace files. If the cellsrv is not restarting, the problem may be in the IB network. Check the network between the host and all the cells.
ORA-27625: Exadata configuration failed.
Cause: One or both of the files, cellinit.ora and cellip.ora, were either invalid or missing.
Action: Check if the files, cellinit.ora and cellip.ora, are both present. They can be found in the $OSSCONF directory. If both are present, check if their contents are valid and correct. If the files are invalid or missing, produce files with valid information in the $OSSCONF directory. For information on how to set up these files, see the Exadata Users Guide.
ORA-27626: Exadata error: string (string)
Cause: The cause of this error is dependent on the context in which this error is reported.
Action: See the primary error reported with this error.
ORA-28000: the account is locked
Cause: The user has entered wrong password consequently for maximum number of times specified by the user's profile parameter FAILED_LOGIN_ATTEMPTS, or the DBA has locked the account
Action: Wait for PASSWORD_LOCK_TIME or contact DBA
ORA-28001: the password has expired
Cause: The user's account has expired and the password needs to be changed
Action: change the password or contact the DBA
ORA-28002: the password will expire within string days
Cause: The user's account is about to about to expire and the password needs to be changed
Action: change the password or contact the DBA
ORA-28003: password verification for the specified password failed
Cause: The new password did not meet the necessary complexity specifications and the password_verify_function failed
Action: Enter a different password. Contact the DBA to know the rules for choosing the new password
ORA-28004: invalid argument for function specified in PASSWORD_VERIFY_FUNCTION string
Cause: The password verification function does not have the required number and type of input/output arguments and/or the return argument
Action: Check the manual to find out the format of the password verification function
ORA-28005: invalid logon flags
Cause: The flags are not properly set or conflicting flags are set in making calls
Action: Call the function with appropriate flags set.
ORA-28006: conflicting values for parameters string and string
Cause: The parameters PASSWORD_REUSE_TIME and PASSWORD_REUSE_MAX cannot both be set. One parameter should be unlimited while other is set
Action: Set one value to UNLIMITED explicitly
ORA-28007: the password cannot be reused
Cause: The password cannot be reused for the specified number of days or for the specified nunmber of password changes
Action: Try the password that you have not used for the specified number of days or the specified number of password changes Refer to the password parameters in the CREATE PROFILE statement
ORA-28008: invalid old password
Cause: old password supplied is wrong; Hence user cannot be authenticated using old password
Action: Supply the correct old password for authentication
ORA-28009: connection as SYS should be as SYSDBA or SYSOPER
Cause: connect SYS/<password> is no longer a valid syntax
Action: Try connect SYS/<password> as SYSDBA or connect SYS/<password> as SYSOPER
ORA-28010: cannot expire external or global accounts
Cause: If a user account is created as IDENTIFIED EXTERNALLY, or IDENTIFIED GLOBALLY, this account cannot be expired
Action: Try to expire the password of the user that has database password
ORA-28011: the account will expire soon; change your password now
Cause: The user's account is marked for expiry; the expiry period is unlimited.
Action: Change the password or contact the DBA.
ORA-28020: IDENTIFIED GLOBALLY already specified
Cause: The IDENTIFIED GLOBALLY clause was specified twice.
Action: Use only one IDENTIFIED GLOBALLY clause.
ORA-28021: cannot grant global roles
Cause: A role granted was IDENTIFIED GLOBALLY. Global roles can only be granted via a central authority for the domain.
Action: Use ALTER ROLE to change the type of role (from IDENTIFIED GLOBALLY to other, such as IDENTIFIED BY password), or allocate it to a global user via the central authority.
ORA-28022: cannot grant external roles to global user or role
Cause: A role granted was IDENTIFIED EXTERNALLY. External roles cannot be granted to global users or global roles.
Action: Use ALTER ROLE to change the type of the role being granted (from IDENTIFIED EXTERNALLY to other, such as IDENTIFIED BY password), or use ALTER ROLE or ALTER USER to change the type of the user or role that is the grantee.
ORA-28023: must revoke grants of this role to other user(s) first
Cause: The role altered to IDENTIFIED GLOBALLY was granted to one or more other users and/or roles. Global roles cannot be granted to any user or role.
Action: Use REVOKE to revoke the role from other users or roles first.
ORA-28024: must revoke grants of external roles to this role/user
Cause: The user or role altered to IDENTIFIED GLOBALLY has external roles directly granted - these must be revoked, since external roles cannot be granted to global users or roles.
Action: Use REVOKE to revoke the external roles from the user or role to be ALTERed.
ORA-28025: missing or null external name
Cause: The IDENTIFIED EXTERNALLY AS or IDENTIFIED GLOBALLY AS clause was specified with a valid external name.
Action: Provide a valid external name.
ORA-28026: user with same external name already exists
Cause: The external name specified for the user being created or altered already exists for another user.
Action: External names must be unique among users. Specify another.
ORA-28027: privileged database links may be used by global users
Cause: Only users IDENTIFIED GLOBALLY may use a privileged database link.
Action: Either change the user to a global user or try to use a different database link.
ORA-28028: could not authenticate remote server
Cause: During the course of opening a privileged database link, the remote server was not securely identified using the network security service. Additional errors should follow.
Action: Consult the network security service documentation on how to properly configure the remote server.
ORA-28029: could not authorize remote server for user string
Cause: During the course of opening a privileged database link, the remote server was found to lack the necessary authorizations to connect as the current global user. This may be because the server was not authorized by the network security service. Or it may be because the local server is restricting access by the remote server using the DBMS_SECURITY_DOMAINS_ADMIN package.
Action: Grant the remote server the proper authorization to connect as the given global user, and check that the local server is not restricting access.
ORA-28030: Server encountered problems accessing LDAP directory service
Cause: Unable to access LDAP directory service
Action: Please contact your system administrator
ORA-28031: maximum of string enabled roles exceeded
Cause: The user attempted to enable too many roles.
Action: Enable fewer roles.
ORA-28035: Cannot Get Session Key for Authentication
Cause: Client and server cannot negotiate shared secret during logon
Action: User should not see this error. Please contact your system administrator
ORA-28037: Cannot Get Session Key for RACF Authentication
Cause: Client and server cannot negotiate shared secret during logon
Action: User should not see this error. Please contact your system administrator
ORA-28038: disallow O2LOGON
Cause: turn off O2LOGON
Action: None
ORA-28039: cannot validate Kerberos service ticket
Cause: The Kerberos service ticket provided was invalid or expired
Action: Provide a valid, unexpired service ticket.
ORA-28040: No matching authentication protocol
Cause: No acceptible authentication protocol for both client and server
Action: Administrator should set SQLNET_ALLOWED_LOGON_VERSION parameter on both client and servers to values that matches the minimum version supported in the system.
ORA-28041: Authentication protocol internal error
Cause: Authentication protocol failed with an internal error
Action: None
ORA-28042: Server authentication failed
Cause: Server failed to authenticate itself to the client
Action: Confirm that the server is a valid database server.
ORA-28043: invalid bind credentials for DB-OID connection
Cause: The Database password stored in the wallet did not match the one in OID .
Action: Use DBCA to reset the database password so that it is the same in database wallet and in OID.
ORA-28044: unsupported directory type
Cause: The database tried to work with a directory which is not OID.
Action: Enterprise User Security works only with Oracle Internet Directory. Update the ldap.ora file to reflect an appropriate OID.
ORA-28045: SSL authentication between database and OID failed
Cause: Server failed to authenticate itself to the Directory.
Action: Make sure the sqlnet.ora used is pointing to the wallet with the right certificate.
ORA-28046: Password change for SYS disallowed
Cause: REMOTE_LOGIN_PASSWORDFILE is set to SHARED, prohibiting SYS password changes.
Action: Change setting of REMOTE_LOGIN_PASSWORDFILE to EXCLUSIVE or NONE.
ORA-28047: database is not a member of any enterprise domain in OID
Cause: An enterprise user login was attempted on a database that is not a member of any enterprise domain in OID.
Action: An administrator should put the database into an enterprise domain in OID, and then the user should reconnect.
ORA-28048: database is a member of multiple enterprise domains in OID
Cause: An enterprise user login was attempted on a database that is a member of multiple enterprise domains in OID.
Action: An administrator should put the database into only one enterprise domain in OID, and then the user should reconnect.
ORA-28049: the password has expired
Cause: The enterprise user's password has expired and the password needs to be changed.
Action: change the password in the directory or contact the directory administrator.
ORA-28051: the account is locked
Cause: The enterprise user has consecutively entered the wrong password for maximum number of times specified in the realm's password policy profile.
Action: Contact the directory administrator.
ORA-28052: the account is disabled
Cause: The enterprise user's account in the directory has been disabled.
Action: Contact the directory administrator.
ORA-28053: the account is inactive
Cause: The enterprise user's account in the directory is currently not active.
Action: Contact the directory administrator.
ORA-28054: the password has expired. string Grace logins are left
Cause: The enterprise user's password has expired. The user is able to login because he has gracelogins left.
Action: change the password in the directory or contact the directory administrator.
ORA-28055: the password will expire within string days
Cause: The enterprise user's password is about to expire.
Action: Change the password in the directory or contact the directory administrator.
ORA-28056: Writing audit records to Windows Event Log failed
Cause: Unable to write an audit entry to the Windows event log used as the audit trail.
Action: Check the error number for a possible operating system error. If there is no error, contact Oracle Support Services.
ORA-28057: name of the password file could not be constructed
Cause: Possibly environment variable ORACLE_SID was not set.
Action: Set value for the ORACLE_SID environment variable.
ORA-28100: policy function schema string is invalid
Cause: The schema was dropped after the policy associated with the function had been added to the object.
Action: Drop the policy and re-create it with a policy function owned by a valid user. Or re-create the user and the policy function under the new user.
ORA-28101: policy already exists
Cause: A policy with the same name for the same object already exists.
Action: Check if the policy has already been added or use a different policy name.
ORA-28102: policy does not exist
Cause: Try to drop/enable/refresh a non-existent policy.
Action: Correct the policy name argument.
ORA-28103: adding a policy to an object owned by SYS is not allowed
Cause: Try to add a policy to a table or a view owned by SYS.
Action: You can not perform this operation.
ORA-28104: input value for string is not valid
Cause: Input value for the argument is not valid
Action: specify a valid argument value.
ORA-28105: cannot create security relevant column policy in an object view
Cause: Security relevant column argument is not null in policy creation for an object view
Action: None
ORA-28106: input value for argument #string is not valid
Cause: Input values for the argument is missing or invalid.
Action: Correct the input values.
ORA-28107: policy was disabled
Cause: Try to flush a disabled policy.
Action: If the policy is supposed to be enforced, it must be enabled.
ORA-28108: circular security policies detected
Cause: Policies for the same object reference each other.
Action: Drop the policies
ORA-28109: the number of related policies has exceeded the limit of 16
Cause: Too many policies are involved in the same objects.
Action: Drop one or more policies. Or combine a few of them into one.
ORA-28110: policy function or package string.string has error
Cause: The policy function may have been dropped, or is no longer valid.
Action: Check the status of the function and correct the problem. Or re-create the policy with a valid function.
ORA-28111: insufficient privilege to evaluate policy predicate
Cause: Predicate has a subquery which contains objects that the owner of policy function does not have privilege to access.
Action: Grant appropriate privileges to the policy function owner.
ORA-28112: failed to execute policy function
Cause: The policy function has one or more error during execution.
Action: Check the trace file and correct the errors.
ORA-28113: policy predicate has error
Cause: Policy function generates invalid predicate.
Action: Review the trace file for detailed error information.
ORA-28115: policy with check option violation
Cause: Policy predicate was evaluated to FALSE with the updated values.
Action: None
ORA-28116: insufficient privileges to do direct path access
Cause: Users with insufficient privileges attempting to do direct path access of tables with fine grain access control policies.
Action: Ask the database administrator to do the operation. Note that users can work with security administrator to temporarily drop/disable the policies at time of export, import, or load, but this has security implication, and thus access of the database must be controlled carefully.
ORA-28117: integrity constraint violated - parent record not found
Cause: try to update/insert a child record with new foreign key values, but the corresponding parent row is not visible because of fine-grained security in the parent.
Action: make sure that the updated foreign key values must also visible in the parent
ORA-28118: policy group already exists
Cause: try to create a policy group that already exists
Action: None
ORA-28119: policy group does not exist
Cause: try to drop a policy group that does not exist
Action: None
ORA-28120: driving context already exists
Cause: try to create a driving context that already exists
Action: None
ORA-28121: driving context does not exist
Cause: try to drop a driving context that does not exist
Action: None
ORA-28122: can not update SYS_DEFAULT policy group
Cause: An attempt was made to execute either DBMS_RLS.CREATE_POLICY_GROUP or DBMS_RLS.DELETE_POLICY_GROUP using SYS_DEFAULT as the policy group name.
Action: Do not attempt to CREATE or DELETE the SYS_DEFAULT policy group. This action is not permitted.
ORA-28123: Driving context 'string,string' contains invalid group 'string'
Cause: A previous call to DBMS_SESSION.SET_CONTEXT specified an invalid policy group.
Action: Ensure that a valid policy group is passed to DBMS_SESSION.SET_CONTEXT when initializing a policy driving context.
ORA-28124: Column string in sec_relevant_cols cannot be of an object data type
Cause: A column specified in sec_relevant_cols was of an object data type.
Action: Ensure that none of the columns specified in sec_relevant_cols is of an object data type or XMLType.
ORA-28132: The MERGE INTO syntax does not support the security policy.
Cause: The MERGE INTO syntax did not support a security policy on the destination table, because the policy's statement_types did not include each of INSERT, UPDATE and DELETE.
Action: If you do not have the privilege to modify the security policy, then instead of MERGE INTO, use the INSERT, UPDATE and DELETE DML statements on the table that has a security policy defined on it. If you have the privilege to modify the security policy, then redefine it in such a way that statement_types includes all of the DML statement types (INSERT, UPDATE and DELETE).
ORA-28134: object cannot have fine-grained access control policy
Cause: Only tables, views, or synonyms of tables or views may have VPD policies
Action: None
ORA-28137: Invalid FGA audit Handler
Cause: An invalid audit handler was specified.
Action: Specify a valid audit handler.
ORA-28138: Error in Policy Predicate
Cause: An invalid policy predicate was specified.
Action: Please specify a valide policy Predicate for the FGA policy
ORA-28139: Maximum allowed Fine Grain Audit Policies Exceeded
Cause: A maximum of 256 policies can be enabled on an object
Action: Drop or disable an existing policy before creating more
ORA-28140: Invalid column specified
Cause: Column name specified during policy creation is invalid
Action: Please specify a valid column name. Object columns are not supported
ORA-28141: error in creating audit index file
Cause: ORACLE was not able to create the file being used to hold audit file names.
Action: Examine the directory pointed to by the initialization parameter "audit_file_dest." Make sure that all of the following is true:

1. The directory exists.

2. The name indeed points to a directory and not a file.

3. The directory is accessible and writable to the ORACLE user.

ORA-28142: error in accessing audit index file
Cause: ORACLE was not able to access the file being used to hold audit file names.
Action: Make sure the file exists in the directory pointed to by the initialization parameter "audit_file_dest" and is readable by the ORACLE user.
ORA-28143: Invalid argument passed to FGA ADD_POLICY procedure
Cause: Invalid input argument was specified for FGA ADD_POLICY procedure.
Action: Specify correct type and number of arguments to FGA ADD_POLICY procedure.
ORA-28144: Failed to execute fine-grained audit handler
Cause: An error was encountered while executing fine-grained audit handler.
Action: Refer to the trace file for details.
ORA-28150: proxy not authorized to connect as client
Cause: A proxy user attempted to connect as a client, but the proxy was not authorized to act on behalf of the client.
Action: Grant the proxy user permission to perform actions on behalf of the client by using the ALTER USER ... GRANT CONNECT command.
ORA-28151: more than one user name specified for command
Cause: More than one user name was specified for an ALTER USER command.
Action: Try the command again with only one user name.
ORA-28152: proxy user 'string' may not specify initial role 'string' on behalf of client 'string'
Cause: A proxy user attempted to specify an initial role for a client, but the client does not possess the role.
Action: Change the proxy user so that it does not specify the role or grant the role to the client.
ORA-28153: Invalid client initial role specified: 'string'
Cause: A role specified by a proxy user as an initial role to be activated upon connecting on behalf of a client is invalid.
Action: Connect again as the client specifying a valid role.
ORA-28154: Proxy user may not act as client 'string'
Cause: A proxy user may not assume the identity of a privileged user in order to limit the privileges that a proxy may possess.
Action: Execute the statement again specify a client other than a privileged user.
ORA-28155: user 'string' specified as a proxy is actually a role
Cause: A user specified in an AUDIT <operation> BY <proxy> ON BEHALF OF <client> is actually a role.
Action: Execute the statement again with a valid proxy user.
ORA-28156: Proxy user 'string' not authorized to set role 'string' for client 'string'
Cause: A proxy user has not been granted the right to use a role on behalf of a client.
Action: Execute the command ALTER USER <client> GRANT CONNECT THROUGH PROXY <proxy> to grant the needed role.
ORA-28157: Proxy user 'string' forbidden to set role 'string' for client 'string'
Cause: A proxy user was forbidden to use a role on behalf of a client through the command ALTER USER <client> GRANT CONNECT THROUGH <proxy> WITH ALL ROLES EXCEPT <role>
Action: Execute the command ALTER USER <client> GRANT CONNECT THROUGH PROXY <proxy> to grant the needed role.
ORA-28163: GRANT already specified
Cause: The GRANT clause was specified twice.
Action: Use only one GRANT clause.
ORA-28164: REVOKE already specified
Cause: The REVOKE clause was specified twice.
Action: Use only one REVOKE clause.
ORA-28165: proxy 'string' may not specify password-protected role 'string' for client 'string'
Cause: A proxy user attempted to activate a role on behalf of a client which has a password associated with it. Since the proxy does not have a password, this activation cannot be allowed.
Action: Attempt to activate a different role or change the role administratively so that there is no password.
ORA-28166: duplicate rolename in list
Cause: The name of a role was specified more than once in a list.
Action: Repeat the command specifying the role once.
ORA-28168: attempted to grant password-protected role
Cause: An ALTER USER ... GRANT CONNECT command was attempted specifying a role that is protected by a password as a role which the proxy may execute on behalf of a client.
Action: Either specify a role that does not have a password or alter the role so that a password is not required.
ORA-28169: unsupported certificate type
Cause: The type of certificate from which the server is to extract the credentials of the client is not supported.
Action: Specify a supported type.
ORA-28170: unsupported certificate version
Cause: The version of the certificate from which the server is to extract the credentials of the client is not supported.
Action: Specify a supported version.
ORA-28171: unsupported Kerberos version
Cause: the version the Kerberos ticket which the server is to use to validate the identity of the client is not supported.
Action: Specify a supported version.
ORA-28172: distinguished name not provided by proxy
Cause: A client user is to be identified using a distinguished name, but none was provided by the proxy user.
Action: Provide a distinguished name.
ORA-28173: certificate not provided by proxy
Cause: A client user is to be identified using a certificate but none was provided by the proxy user.
Action: Provide a certificate.
ORA-28174: Kerberos ticket not provided by proxy
Cause: A client user is to be authenticated using a Kerberos ticket but none was provided by the proxy user.
Action: Provide a Kerberos ticket.
ORA-28175: incorrect certificate type
Cause: the type of certificate provided by the proxy user to identify a client user does not match the type that is required.
Action: Provide a certificate of the correct type.
ORA-28176: incorrect certificate version
Cause: the version of certificate provided by the proxy user to identify a client user does not match the version that is required.
Action: Provide a certificate of the correct version.
ORA-28177: incorrect Kerberos ticket version
Cause: the version of Kerberos ticket provided by the proxy user to authenticate a client user does not match the version that is required.
Action: Provide a Kerberos ticket of the correct version.
ORA-28178: password not provided by proxy
Cause: A client user is to be authenticated using a database password but none was provided by the proxy user.
Action: Provide a password.
ORA-28179: client user name not provided by proxy
Cause: No user name was provided by the proxy user for the client user.
Action: Either specify a client database user name, a distinguished name or an X.509 certificate.
ORA-28180: multiple authentication methods provided by proxy
Cause: More than one authentication method was specified by the proxy user for the client user.
Action: Specify only one of the following: a client database user name, a distinguished name or an X.509 certificate.
ORA-28181: proxy 'string' failed to enable one or more of the specified initial roles for client 'string'
Cause: Attempt to enable specified initial roles after logon resulted in failure.
Action: Check that the initial roles are valid, granted to client, and not password protected.
ORA-28182: cannot acquire Kerberos service ticket for client
Cause: An attempt to use a Kerberos forwardable ticket granting ticket to obtain a Kerberos service ticket failed.
Action: Check that the Kerberos forwardable ticket granting ticket belongs to the client, is valid, and that the key distribution center is available.
ORA-28183: proper authentication not provided by proxy
Cause: A client user must be authenticated but no authentication credentials were provided by the proxy user.
Action: Provide some form of authentication credentials.
ORA-28184: global user cannot have proxy permissions managed in the directory
Cause: The client name specified was a global user.
Action: Use ALTER USER to change the type of user (from IDENTIFIED GLOBALLY to something else, such as IDENTIFIED BY password or IDENTIFIED EXTERNALLY).
ORA-28200: IDENTIFIED USING already specified
Cause: The IDENTIFIED USING clause was specified twice.
Action: Use only one IDENTIFIED USING clause.
ORA-28201: Not enough privileges to enable application role 'string'
Cause: An attempt to enable application role outside the scope of the designated package
Action: Enable the role directly or indirectly using the designated package
ORA-28221: REPLACE not specified
Cause: User is changing password but password verification function is turned on and the original password is not specified and the user does not have the alter user system privilege.
Action: Supply the original password.
ORA-28231: no data passed to obfuscation toolkit
Cause: A NULL value was passed to a function or procedure.
Action: Make sure that the data passed is not empty.
ORA-28232: invalid input length for obfuscation toolkit
Cause: Length of data submitted for encryption or decryption is not a multiple of 8 bytes.
Action: Make sure that the length of the data to be encrypted or decrypted is a multiple of 8 bytes.
ORA-28233: double encryption not supported
Cause: The obfuscation toolkit does not support the encryption of already-encrypted data.
Action: Do not attempt to encrypt already-encrypted data.
ORA-28234: key length too short
Cause: The key specified is too short for the algorithm. DES requires a key of at least 8 bytes. Triple DES requires a key of least 16 bytes in two-key mode and 24 bytes in three-key mode.
Action: Specify a longer key.
ORA-28235: algorithm not available
Cause: The encryption algorithm desired is not available.
Action: Run the installer to install the needed algorithm in Oracle Advanced Security.
ORA-28236: invalid Triple DES mode
Cause: An unknown value was specified for the mode in which triple DES encryption is to run.
Action: Specify a valid value. See the package declaration for a list of valid values.
ORA-28237: seed length too short
Cause: The seed specified for the key generation routine must be at least 80 characters.
Action: Specify a longer seed.
ORA-28238: no seed provided
Cause: A NULL value was passed in as the seed to be used in generating a key.
Action: Provide a non-NULL value for the seed.
ORA-28239: no key provided
Cause: A NULL value was passed in as an encryption or decryption key.
Action: Provide a non-NULL value for the key.
ORA-28261: CURRENT_USER can not be used in PLSQL Definer's Right procedure.
Cause: An attempt to retrieve CURRENT_USER using SYS_CONTEXT PLSQL interface.
Action: Use a SQL statement to query CURRENT_USER inside a DR procedure.
ORA-28262: global_context_pool_size has invalid value.
Cause: Parameter global_context_pool_size has a value less than the minimum required value (10K).
Action: Please specify a value for the init.ora parameter global_context_pool_size which is atleast 10k.
ORA-28263: Insufficient memory in global context pool
Cause: Allocations for the global context heap exceeded the value set in init.ora.
Action: Increase the value of global_context_pool_size parameter in init.ora or clear usused global context.
ORA-28264: Client identifier is too long
Cause: The length of the client identifier is longer than 64
Action: Set a client identifier whose length is less than 64.
ORA-28265: NameSpace beginning with 'sys_' is not allowed
Cause: Namespace beginning with 'sys_' is not allowed.
Action: Use a namespace that does not begin with 'sys_'.
ORA-28267: Invalid NameSpace Value
Cause: Context NameSpace conflicts with reserved key words or a secure Namespace is not allowed for this type of Application Context.
Action: Use a valid namespace.
ORA-28268: Exceeded the maximum allowed size for Context information in a session
Cause: The maximum size specified by the _session_context_size init.ora parameter was exceeded.
Action: Please change the value for _session_context_size in the init.ora file.
ORA-28270: Malformed user nickname for password authenticated global user.
Cause: An attempt to login as password-auuthenticated global user with a malformed user nickname.
Action: Make sure the nickname is valid and re-login.
ORA-28271: No permission to read user entry in LDAP directory service.
Cause: ORACLE server does not have read permission on user nickname's X.500 user entry.
Action: Make sure ORACLE server is using right SSL credentials to connect to LDAP directory services. Make sure permissions for LDAP user entries are right.
ORA-28272: Domain policy restricts password based GLOBAL user authentication.
Cause: Domain policy does not allow password-authenticated GLOBAL users.
Action: Make sure ORACLE server is using right SSL credentials to connect to LDAP directory services. Make sure orclDBAuthTypes attributes within Oracle enterprise domain object is either set to PWD or ALL.
ORA-28273: No mapping for user nickname to LDAP distinguished name exists.
Cause: ORACLE server cannot map the given user nickname to LDAP distinguished name.
Action: Make sure user entries in LDAP are correctly provisioned with correct user nickname attribute values.
ORA-28274: No ORACLE password attribute corresponding to user nickname exists.
Cause: LDAP user entry corresponding to user nickname does not have a ORACLE password attribute or the attribute is not initialized.
Action: Make sure user entries in LDAP are correctly provisioned with correct ORACLE password attribute values.
ORA-28275: Multiple mappings for user nickname to LDAP distinguished name exist.
Cause: The given user nickname maps to more than one LDAP distinguished name.
Action: Make sure user nickname is unique within the enterprise.
ORA-28276: Invalid ORACLE password attribute.
Cause: The ORACLE password attribute of a user entry has an invalid format.
Action: Make sure ORACLE password attribute value is RFC-2307 compliant.
ORA-28277: LDAP search, while authenticating global user with passwords, failed.
Cause: The LDAP search for finding the appropriate user entry and ORACLE password failed.
Action: Make sure LDAP directory service is up and running.
ORA-28278: No domain policy registered for password based GLOBAL users.
Cause: No policy about password authenticated GLOBAL users has been registered.
Action: Add attribute orclDBAuthTypes to the database server's Enterprise domain.
ORA-28279: Error reading ldap_directory_access init parameter.
Cause: ldap_directory_access parameter is not specified corrrectly.
Action: Make sure spfile.ora has ldap_directory_access set correctly. Possible correct values are PASSWORD, SSL and NONE.
ORA-28280: Multiple entries for ORACLE database password exist.
Cause: The ORACLE password attribute of a user entry has multiple entries of ORACLE database password.
Action: Make sure ORACLE password attribute has one entry for ORACLE Database password.
ORA-28281: Global application context is not updated on one or more Oracle RAC instances
Cause: While updating global application context across Oracle RAC instances, the background process errored out or the timeout expired due to some failure.
Action: Ensure every instance in Oracle RAC is operational and retry the operation.
ORA-28290: Multiple entries found for the same Kerberos Principal Name
Cause: Multiple user entries has been configured with the same krbPrincipalName
Action: Modify enterprise user's entry to assign its Kerberos principal name Make sure the user entries in LDAP are provisioned correctly.
ORA-28291: No Kerberos Principal Value found.
Cause: Oracle server fails to get value of krbPrincipalName attribute
Action: Make sure user entries are correctly provisioned with correct Kerberos principal value
ORA-28292: No Domain Policy registered for Kerberos based authentication
Cause: The enterprise domain entry is not configured for Kerberos based global authentication.
Action: Modify orclDBAuthType of the database server's enterprise domain entry and assign it "ALL" or "KRB5"
ORA-28293: No matched Kerberos Principal found in any user entry
Cause: Oracle server fails to find the principal in the user search base
Action: Make sure the user search base is correct. Use ESM to configure the enterprise user its Kerberos principal name
ORA-28300: No permission to read user entry in LDAP directory service.
Cause: ORACLE server does not have read permission on user entries.
Action: Make sure ORACLE server is using right credentials to connect to LDAP directory services. Make sure permissions for LDAP user entries are configured correctly.
ORA-28301: Domain Policy hasn't been registered for SSL authentication.
Cause: An attempt was made to authenticate with SSL, but the database enterprise domain was not configured for SSL authentication.
Action: Modify orclDBAuthType of the server's enterprise domain entry and assign it "ALL" or "SSL".
ORA-28302: User does not exist in the LDAP directory service.
Cause: An attempt was made to authenticate with SSL using the user's certificate, but there was no user entry in the LDAP server that matched the user's Distinguished Name.
Action: Add an user entry whose DN matches the user's PKI DN in the LDAP directory.
ORA-28303: Distinguished name for user exceeds maximum supported length
Cause: The user's distinguished name (DN) exceeded the maximum supported length.
Action: Shorten the user's distinguished name (DN) and retry.
ORA-28330: encryption is not allowed for this data type
Cause: Data type was not supported for column encryption.
Action: None
ORA-28331: encrypted column size too long for its data type
Cause: column was encrypted and for VARCHAR2, the length specified was > 3932; for CHAR, the length specified was > 1932; for NVARCHAR2, the length specified was > 1966; for NCHAR, the length specified was > 966;
Action: Reduce the column size.
ORA-28332: cannot have more than one password for the encryption key
Cause: More than one password was specified in the user command.
Action: None
ORA-28333: column is not encrypted
Cause: An attempt was made to rekey or decrypt an unencrypted column.
Action: None
ORA-28334: column is already encrypted
Cause: An attempt was made to encrypt an encrypted column.
Action: None
ORA-28335: referenced or referencing FK constraint column cannot be encrypted
Cause: encrypted columns were involved in the referential constraint
Action: None
ORA-28336: cannot encrypt SYS owned objects
Cause: An attempt was made to encrypt columns in a table owned by SYS.
Action: None
ORA-28337: the specified index may not be defined on an encrypted column
Cause: Index column was either a functional, domain, or join index.
Action: None
ORA-28338: Column(s) cannot be both indexed and encrypted with salt
Cause: An attempt was made to encrypt index column with salt or an attempt was made to create an index on encrypted column with salt.
Action: Alter the table and specify column encrypting without salt.
ORA-28339: missing or invalid encryption algorithm
Cause: Encryption algorithm was missing or invalid in the user command.
Action: Must specify a valid algorithm.
ORA-28340: a different encryption algorithm has been chosen for the table
Cause: Existing encrypted columns were associated with a different algorithm.
Action: No need to specify an algorithm, or specify the same one for the existing encrypted columns.
ORA-28341: cannot encrypt constraint column(s) with salt
Cause: An attempt was made to encrypt constraint columns with salt.
Action: Encrypt the constraint columns without salt.
ORA-28342: integrity check fails on column key
Cause: Encryption metadata may have been improperly altered.
Action: None
ORA-28343: fails to encrypt data
Cause: data or encryption metadata may have been improperly altered or the security module may not have been properly setup
Action: None
ORA-28344: fails to decrypt data
Cause: data or encryption metadata may have been improperly altered or the security module may not have been properly setup
Action: None
ORA-28345: cannot downgrade because there exists encrypted column
Cause: An attempt was made to downgrade when there was an encrypted column in the system.
Action: Decrypt these columns before attempting to downgrade.
ORA-28346: an encrypted column cannot serve as a partitioning column
Cause: An attempt was made to encrypt a partitioning key column or create partitioning index with encrypted columns.
Action: The column must be decrypted.
ORA-28347: encryption properties mismatch
Cause: An attempt was made to issue an ALTER TABLE EXCHANGE PARTITION | SUBPARTITION command, but encryption properties were mismatched.
Action: Make sure encrytion algorithms and columns keys are identical. The corresponding columns must be encrypted on both tables with the same salt and non-salt flavor.
ORA-28348: index defined on the specified column cannot be encrypted
Cause: An attempt was made to encrypt a column which is in a functional index, domain index, or join index.
Action: drop the index
ORA-28349: cannot encrypt the specified column recorded in the materialized view log
Cause: An attempt was made to encrypt a column which is already recorded in the materialized view log.
Action: drop the materialized view log
ORA-28350: cannot encrypt the specified column recorded in CDC synchronized change table
Cause: An attempt was made to encrypt a column which is already recorded in CDC synchronized change table.
Action: drop the synchronized change table
ORA-28351: cannot encrypt the column of a cluster key
Cause: An attempt was made to encrypt a column of the cluster key. A column of the cluster key in a clustered table cannot be encrypted.
Action: None
ORA-28353: failed to open wallet
Cause: The database was unable to open the security module wallet due to an incorrect wallet path or password It is also possible that a wallet has not been created. Type mkwallet from command line for instructions.
Action: Execute the command again using the correct wallet password or verfying a wallet exists in the specified directory. If necessary, create a new wallet and initialize it.
ORA-28354: wallet already open
Cause: The security module wallet has already been opened.
Action: None
ORA-28356: invalid open wallet syntax
Cause: The command to open the wallet contained improper spelling or syntax.
Action: If attempting to open the wallet, verify the spelling and syntax and execute the command again.
ORA-28357: password required to open the wallet
Cause: A password was not provided when executing the open wallet command.
Action: Retry the command with a valid password.
ORA-28358: improper set key syntax
Cause: The command to set the master key contained improper spelling or syntax.
Action: If attempting to set the master key for Transparent Database Encryption, verify the spelling and syntax and execute the command again.
ORA-28359: invalid certificate identifier
Cause: The certificate specified did not exist in the wallet.
Action: Query the V$WALLET fixed view to find the proper certificate identifier for certificate to be used.
ORA-28361: master key not yet set
Cause: The master key for the instance was not set.
Action: Execute the ALTER SYSTEM SET KEY command to set a master key for the database instance.
ORA-28362: master key not found
Cause: The required master key required could not be located. This may be casued by the use of an invalid or incorrect wallet.
Action: Check wallet location parameters to see if they specify the correct wallet. Also, verify that an SSO wallet is not being used when an encrypted wallet is intended.
ORA-28363: buffer provided not large enough for output
Cause: A provided output buffer is too small to contain the output.
Action: Check the size of the output buffer to make sure it is initialized to the proper size.
ORA-28364: invalid wallet operation
Cause: The command to operate the wallet contained improper spelling or syntax.
Action: Verify the spelling and syntax and execute the command again.
ORA-28365: wallet is not open
Cause: The security module wallet has not been opened.
Action: Open the wallet.
ORA-28366: invalid database encryption operation
Cause: The command for database encryption contained improper spelling or syntax.
Action: Verify the spelling and syntax and execute the command again.
ORA-28367: wallet does not exist
Cause: The Oracle wallet has not been created or the wallet location parameters in sqlnet.ora specifies an invalid wallet path.
Action: Verify that the WALLET_LOCATION or the ENCRYPTION_WALLET_LOCATION parameter is correct and that a valid wallet exists in the path specified.
ORA-28368: cannot auto-create wallet
Cause: The database failed to auto create an Oracle wallet. The Oracle process may not have proper file permissions or a wallet may already exist.
Action: Confirm that proper directory permissions are granted to the Oracle user and that neither an encrypted or obfuscated wallet exists in the specified wallet location and try again.
ORA-28369: cannot add files to encryption-ready tablespace when offline
Cause: You attempted to add files to an encryption-ready tablespace when all the files in the tablespace were offline.
Action: Bring the tablespace online and try again
ORA-28370: ENCRYPT storage option not allowed
Cause: You attempted to specify the ENCRYPT storage option. This option may only be specified during CREATE TABLESPACE.
Action: Remove this option and retry the statement.
ORA-28371: ENCRYPTION clause and/or ENCRYPT storage option not allowed
Cause: You attempted to specify the ENCRYPTION clause or ENCRYPT storage option for creating TEMP or UNDO tablespaces.
Action: Remove these options and retry the statement.
ORA-28372: missing ENCRYPT storage option for encrypted tablespace
Cause: You attempted to specify ENCRYPTION property for CREATE TABLESPACE without specifying ENCRYPT storage option to encrypt the tablepsace.
Action: Add ENCRYPT storage option and retry the statement.
ORA-28373: missing ENCRYPTION clause for encrypted tablespace
Cause: You attempted to specify storage option ENCRYPT in CREATE TABLESPACE without specifying ENCRYPTION property to encrypt the tablepsace.
Action: Add ENCRYPTION clause and retry the statement.
ORA-28374: typed master key not found in wallet
Cause: You attempted to access encrypted tablespace or redo logs with a typed master key not existing in the wallet.
Action: Copy the correct Oracle Wallet from the instance where the tablespace was created.
ORA-28375: cannot perform cross-endianism conversion on encrypted tablespace
Cause: You attempted to perform cross-endianism conversion on encrypted tablespace.
Action: Cross-endianism conversion on encrypted tablespace is not supported.
ORA-28376: cannot find PKCS11 library
Cause: The HSM vendor's library cannot be found.
Action: Place the HSM vendor's library in the following directory structure: For Unix like system: /opt/oracle/extapi/[32,64]/hsm/{VENDOR}/{VERSION}/lib<apiname>.<ext> For Windows systems: %SYSTEM_DRIVE%\oracle\extapi\[32,64]\hsm\{VENDOR}\{VERSION}\lib<apin// ame>.<ext> [32, 64] - refers to 32bit or 64bit binary. {VENDOR} - The name of the vendor supplying the library. {VERSION} - Version of the library, perferably in num#.num#.num# for// mat.
ORA-28377: No need to migrate from wallet to HSM
Cause: There are either no encrypted columns or all column keys are already encrypted with the HSM master key.
Action: No action required.
ORA-28378: Wallet not open after setting the Master Key
Cause: The Master Key has been set or reset. However, wallet could not be reopened successfully.
Action: Reopen the wallet.
ORA-28379: a different integrity algorithm has been chosen for the table
Cause: Encrypted columns were associated with a different algorithm.
Action: You do not need to specify an algorithm, or specify the same one for the existing encrypted columns.
ORA-28382: Global wallet operation in RAC failed
Cause: Wallet operation in RAC failed.
Action: Check V$WALLET_ENCRYPTION table to verify if the wallet operation succeeded on any instance. Retry the operation.
ORA-28383: cannot do a PKI certificate-based Master Key migration
Cause: A PKI certificate-based Master Key migration was not allowed.
Action: Execute a symmetric Master Key migration.
ORA-28384: cannot perform Tablespace Encryption
Cause: Tablespace Encryption was attempted when PKI certificate-based Master Key was in use.
Action: Perform a symmetric Master Key Rekey.
ORA-28385: cannot perform a PKI certificate-based migration
Cause: A PKI certificate-based migration to HSM was attempted.
Action: Perform a symmetric Master Key migration.
ORA-28386: cannot perform a PKI certificate-based Master Key Rekey
Cause: A PKI certificate-based Master Key Rekey was attempted when Tablespace Encryption or HSM was in use.
Action: Perform a symmetric Master Key Rekey or disable Tablespace Encryption for all tablespaces.
ORA-28387: Could not acquire an enqueue for wallet operation in Oracle RAC
Cause: Enqueue to block TDE operations in Oracle RAC database could not be obtained.
Action: Retry the wallet operation.
ORA-28388: database is not open in read/write mode
Cause: Database was not open in read/write mode and could not perform these wallet operations.
Action: Open the database in read/write mode and retry this command.
ORA-28389: cannot close auto login wallet
Cause: Auto login wallet could not be closed because it was opened with another wallet or HSM requiring a password.
Action: Close the wallet or HSM with a password.
ORA-28390: auto login wallet not open
Cause: Auto login wallet was not open.
Action: None
ORA-28391: cannot close wallet or HSM, password mismatch
Cause: Password provided did not match the password of the open wallet or HSM.
Action: Provide the correct password for wallet or HSM to close the wallet or HSM.
ORA-28392: invalid close wallet syntax
Cause: The command to close the wallet contained improper spelling or syntax.
Action: If attempting to close the wallet, verify the spelling and syntax and execute the command again.
ORA-28393: password required to close the wallet
Cause: A password was not provided when executing the close wallet command.
Action: Retry the command with a valid password.
ORA-28394: decryption of data of length string failed
Cause: Decryption of data failed. Error may be due to plain text data in an external file being submitted for decryption, data encrypted with a different key or a utility being submitted for decryption, or TDE encrypted data in data files being corrupted.
Action: Verify that the correct external file is being specified or contact Oracle Support Services.
ORA-28395: could not write the new master key to the wallet
Cause: An attempt was made to write the new master key to the wallet. The wallet or the parent directory may not have the proper file permissions to write the master key in the wallet.
Action: Check the password-based wallet, auto login wallet, the parent directory permissions and disk space availability on the file system. Make sure that the Oracle processes have read/write permissions on the password-based and auto login wallets. Retry the command.
ORA-28396: rekey of enc$ dictionary table failed
Cause: One or more master keys required for the rekey operation could not be found in the wallet. Either incorrect master key identifiers were inserted into the enc$ dictionary table or the wallet containing the referenced master keys were improperly modified or deleted.
Action: Restore the most recent copy of the wallet and try again.
ORA-28407: Hardware Security Module error detected
Cause: Hardware Security Module (HSM) connection may have been lost or another internal HSM error was reached.
Action: Check the trace files for error details and try the following: 1) Retry the command. If the error repeats, go to step 2. 2) Verify that the HSM is configured correctly and connected. Retry the command. If the error repeats, go to step 3. 3) Ask your Security Officer to close and open the security module. Retry the command. If the error repeats, go to step 4. 4) Bounce the database if possible. Retry the command. If the error repeats, contact Oracle Support Services or your HSM vendor's support.
ORA-28500: connection from ORACLE to a non-Oracle system returned this message:
Cause: The cause is explained in the forwarded message.
Action: See the non-Oracle system's documentation of the forwarded message.
ORA-28501: communication error on heterogeneous database link
Cause: An unexpected communication failure occurred on a heterogeneous database link to a non-Oracle system. The message above will be followed by a second message generated by the connected non-Oracle system.
Action: See the documentation for the non-Oracle system for an explanation of the second error message.
ORA-28502: internal communication error on heterogeneous database link
Cause: A communication error internal to ORACLE's heterogeneous services has occurred.
Action: Contact Oracle customer support.
ORA-28503: bind value cannot be translated into SQL text for non-Oracle system
Cause: A SQL statement used bind variables on a Heterogenous Services database link to a non-Oracle system, but the non-Oracle system does not support bind variables.
Action: Change your SQL statement so that it does not use bind variables.
ORA-28504: ROWID not found in ROWID cache for heterogeneous database link
Cause: The ROWID cache for Heterogeneous Services held no entry that corresponds to the specified ROWID. The ROWID entry may have been overwritten in the ROWID cache.
Action: Enlarge the Heterogeneous Services ROWID cache size by increasing the value of the Heterogenous Services initialization parameter HS_ROWID_CACHE_SIZE.
ORA-28505: cannot get non-Oracle system capabilities from string
Cause: ORACLE was unable to retrieve capability information for the non-Oracle system connected through a heterogeneous database link. This capability information should be stored in data dictionary tables viewable with the HS_CLASS_CAPS or HS_INST_CAPS data dictionary views.
Action: Contact the DBA to check the server data dictionary table named in the error message. If table contents are incorrect, the DBA should restore all data dictionary content for this FDS_CLASS_NAME and/or FDS_INST_NAME. It usually is sufficient to delete all current data dictionary content for this class and/or instance and initiate a new connection to let the connected agent upload new data dictionary content to the server.
ORA-28506: parse error in data dictionary translation for string stored in string
Cause: A reference to an ORACLE data dictionary table or view name on a heterogeneous database link to a non-Oracle system could not be translated. The ORACLE data dictionary tables shown with view HS_CLASS_DD contain invalid SQL for the data dictionary translation.
Action: Contact customer support of the agent vendor.
ORA-28507: error in data dictionary view string
Cause: The initialization parameter table for the Heterogeneous Services was not available, or its structure (number of columns or column types) was incorrect.
Action: Verify correct installation of the following Heterogeneous Services' initialization parameter views: HS_CLASS_INIT and HS_INST_INIT. If these views are not available, make sure you ran the script CATHS.SQL in the $ORACLE_HOME/rdbms/admin directory.
ORA-28508: invalid value string for Heterogeneous Services initialization parameter string
Cause: The specified Heterogeneous Services initialization parameter had an invalid value when attempting to connect to a non-Oracle system.
Action: Check the Heterogeneous Services and agent documentation to determine acceptable values
ORA-28509: unable to establish a connection to non-Oracle system
Cause: Initialization of a database link to a non-Oracle system failed to connect to the Heterogeneous Services agent process for this non-Oracle system.
Action: Check the Net8 service name definition in the following places: -- the USING clause of the CREATE DATABASE LINK statement -- the TNSNAMES.ORA file -- the Oracle Names Server The following are possible reasons for name mismatches: -- The USING clause in the CREATE DATABASE LINK statement has to match the service name defined in the TNSNAMES.ORA file or in the Oracle Names Server. -- The protocol-specific information in the service name definition must match the protocol-specific definition of the responding listener. -- The SID=<name> in the service name definition (in the TNSNAMES.ORA file or in Oracle Names Server) must match the value in the LISTENER.ORA file for the responding listener.
ORA-28510: heterogeneous database link initialization failed
Cause: Initialization of a heterogeneous database link to a non-Oracle system failed due to an error identified by the agent for this non-Oracle system.
Action: Make sure the non-Oracle system is up and running and that all of the environment and initialization values for the agent are set correctly.
ORA-28511: lost RPC connection to heterogeneous remote agent using SID=string
Cause: A fatal error occurred in one of the following places: -- the connection between the ORACLE server and the agent -- the heterogeneous services remote agent itself -- the connection to the non-Oracle system This error occurred after communication had been established successfully.
Action: Check for network problems and remote host crashes. The problem is probably in the agent software. If so, contact a customer support representative of the agent vendor.
ORA-28512: cannot get data dictionary translations from string
Cause: ORACLE was unable to retrieve data dictionary translation information for the non-Oracle system connected through a heterogeneous database link. This data dictionary translation information should be stored in data dictionary tables viewable with the HS_CLASS_DD or HS_INST_DD data dictionary views.
Action: Ask your DBA to check the server data dictionary table named in the error message. If table contents are incorrect, the DBA should restore all data dictionary content for this FDS_CLASS_NAME and/or FDS_INST_NAME. It usually is sufficient to delete all current data dictionary content for this class and/or instance and initiate a new connection to let the connected agent upload new data dictionary content to the server.
ORA-28513: internal error in heterogeneous remote agent
Cause: An internal error has occurred in the Oracle remote agent supporting a heterogeneous database link.
Action: Make a note of how the error was produced and contact the customer support representative of the agent vendor.
ORA-28514: heterogeneous database link initialization could not convert system date
Cause: The system date was not retrievable.
Action: Verify that the ORACLE server's host machine and operating system are operational. This error should not occur unless low level system functions are failing.
ORA-28515: cannot get external object definitions from string
Cause: ORACLE was unable to retrieve definitions of distributed external procedures or remote libraries registered for the non-Oracle system instance, probably because the underlying data dictionary table does not exist or is malformed.
Action: Verify that the ORACLE server's Heterogeneous Services data dictionary was installed correctly. If the Heterogeneous Services data dictionary is not installed, execute the CATHS.SQL script in the $ORACLE_HOME/rdbms/admin directory.
ORA-28518: data dictionary translation has illegal translation type
Cause: A data dictionary translation definition, either in the ORACLE server data dictionary or in data dictionary content uploaded from a Heterogeneous Services agent, specified an illegal translation type code. Legal values are 'T' or 't' for 'translate', 'M' or 'm' for 'mimic'. Information on the exact data dictionary translation causing the error is written to a trace (*.TRC) file for the ORACLE instance and to the ORACLE instance's alert log. This error occurs when a Heterogeneous Services agent uploads data dictionary content to an ORACLE server on the first connection from the server to the agent.
Action: Contact the customer support of the agent vendor.
ORA-28519: no heterogeneous data dictionary translations available
Cause: The ORACLE server's data dictionary did not define data dictionary translations for the connected non-Oracle system, and automatic self-registration (data dictionary upload) was disabled.
Action: Ask a DBA to resolve this problem. The easiest solution is to enable automatic self-registration by setting the ORACLE server's HS_AUTO_REGISTER initialization parameter to TRUE. An alternative is to load the Heterogeneous Services data dictionary with information specific for the non-Oracle system by executing a SQL script supplied by the agent vendor. If the script is run and the error persists, contact the customer support representative of the agent vendor.
ORA-28520: error initializing heterogeneous data dictionary translations
Cause: ORACLE was unable to retrieve data dictionary translations for the non-Oracle system instance, probably because the underlying data dictionary table does not exist or is formed incorrectly.
Action: Verify that the ORACLE server's Heterogeneous Services data dictionary was installed correctly. If the Heterogeneous Services data dictionary is not installed, execute the CATHS.SQL script in the $ORACLE_HOME/rdbms/admin directory. If the connected agent, identified by FDS_CLASS_NAME, requires a custom installation script for the ORACLE server, verify that the script has been run. If both scripts were executed and the error persists, contact the customer support representative of the agent vendor.
ORA-28521: no heterogeneous capability information available
Cause: The ORACLE server's data dictionary did not contain capability definitions for the connected non-Oracle system, and automatic self-registration (data dictionary upload) was disabled.
Action: Ask a DBA to resolve this problem. The easiest resolution is to enable automatic self-registration by setting the ORACLE server's HS_AUTO_REGISTER initialization parameter to TRUE. An alternative is to load the Heterogeneous Services data dictionary with information specific for the non-Oracle system by executing a SQL script supplied by the agent vendor. If the script is run and the error persists, contact the customer support representative of the agent vendor.
ORA-28522: error initializing heterogeneous capabilities
Cause: ORACLE was unable to retrieve capability definitions for the non-Oracle system instance, probably because the underlying data dictionary table does not exist or is formed incorrectly.
Action: Verify that the ORACLE server's Heterogeneous Services data dictionary was installed correctly. If the Heterogeneous Services data dictionary is not installed, execute the CATHS.SQL script in the $ORACLE_HOME/rdbms/admin directory. If the connected agent, identified by FDS_CLASS_NAME, requires a custom installation script for the ORACLE server, verify that the script has been run. If both scripts were executed and the error persists, contact the customer support representative of the agent vendor.
ORA-28523: ORACLE and heterogeneous agent are incompatible versions
Cause: An operation on a database link attempted to connect to a non-Oracle system, but the ORACLE instance and the agent process for the non-Oracle system are incompatible.
Action: Ask your DBA to confirm configuration of both the ORACLE instance and the agent. Additional information on the version incompatibility is logged in trace (*.TRC) files, the ORACLE instance and the agent, and in the ORACLE instance's alert log. Check the documentation for your agent to find out which releases of the Oracle Server are supported.
ORA-28525: unable to create Heterogeneous Services error message text
Cause: Incorrect arguments were passed into the error message creation routine.
Action: Contact Oracle customer support.
ORA-28526: invalid describe information returned to Heterogeneous Services
Cause: The Heterogeneous Services received invalid describe information for a select list, bind list, or stored procedure from the Heterogeneous Services agent. This indicates a problem with the Heterogeneous Services' non-Oracle system agent.
Action: Contact customer support of the agent vendor.
ORA-28527: Heterogeneous Services datatype mapping error
Cause: Either an Oracle datatype could not be mapped to a non-Oracle datatype, or a non-Oracle datatype could not be mapped to an Oracle datatype. These mappings are defined as capability definitions in the ORACLE server's data dictionary.
Action: Verify that the ORACLE server's data dictionary has been initialized with correct capability definitions for the connected FDS_CLASS_NAME and FDS_INST_NAME. If table contents are incorrect, a DBA should restore all data dictionary content for this FDS_CLASS_NAME and/or FDS_INST_NAME. It usually is sufficient to delete all current data dictionary content for this class and/or instance and initiate a new connection to let the connected agent upload new data dictionary content to the server. If the error persists contact the customer support representative of the agent vendor.
ORA-28528: Heterogeneous Services datatype conversion error
Cause: Either an Oracle datatype could not be converted to a non-Oracle datatype, or a non-Oracle datatype could not be converted to an Oracle datatype. The following are possible reasons for for the conversion failure: -- overflow problems (in the case of numbers) -- length limitations (in the case of character strings) -- invalid values passed into the conversion routines
Action: Contact customer support of the agent vendor. If the problem is due to size discrepancies between Oracle and the non-Oracle system, it may not be possible to convert the value.
ORA-28529: invalid or missing parameter in Net8 service name definition
Cause: There was an invalid or missing Heterogeneous Services parameter in the Net8 service name definition stored in either the TNSNAMES.ORA file or in the Oracle Names Server.
Action: Ask your DBA to make sure the information in the Net8 service definition is correct and complete. The correct information that should be included in the Net8 service definition can be found in the agent's documentation.
ORA-28530: Heterogeneous Services initialization error in NLS language ID
Cause: Heterogeneous Services was unable to initialize an NLS language ID. Both the ORACLE server and the Heterogeneous Services agent for the connected non-Oracle system must have language IDs.
Action: Contact Oracle customer support.
ORA-28533: Heterogeneous Services coercion handling error
Cause: The Heterogeneous Services encountered an error in coercion handling. The HS can, if the agent vendor so chooses, perform extra processing on SQL statements that contain implicit coercions or that contain coercion functions such as TO_CHAR, TO_NUMBER or TO_DATE. This functionality is controlled by coercion-related capabilities. HS logic reports this error when it encounters an error in one of these capability definitions.
Action: The capability table settings are controlled by the agent vendor and can be modified by the DBA. Contact your DBA and agent vendor and get the correct set of capabilities installed.
ORA-28534: Heterogeneous Services preprocessing error
Cause: One of the things that the Heterogeneous Services can do is to preprocess parts of SQL statements that contain implicit coercions or calls to explicit coercion functions like TO_CHAR TO_NUMBER or TO_DATE. For example, it could convert a call to TO_DATE to a bind variable, pre-evaluate the TO_DATE function call and pass the resulting value to the non-Oracle system as the bind value. This behavior is controlled by some coercion related capabilities. If the capabilities are set incorrectly, the HS could encounter errors when it attempts to do the preprocessing. If it does then this error will be signaled.
Action: The capability table settings are controlled by the agent vendor and can be modified by the DBA. Contact your DBA and agent vendor and get the correct set of capabilities installed.
ORA-28535: invalid Heterogeneous Services context
Cause: A Heterogeneous Services agent's driver module called an HS service routine with an invalid HS context value. This probably is a logic error in the driver.
Action: Contact Oracle customer support or your agent vendor.
ORA-28536: error in processing Heterogeneous Services initialization parameters
Cause: An error described by a subsequent error message prevented successful processing of Heterogeneous Services initialization parameters from the ORACLE server data dictionary.
Action: Check server data dictionary views HS_CLASS_INIT, HS_INST_INIT, and HS_ALL_INITS. Look for conditions which could produce the error identified in the error message immediately following this one.
ORA-28537: no more result sets
Cause: This error code was used internally within Oracle Database Gateway and Heterogeneous Services code and should not be reported to a client program.
Action: Contact Oracle customer support.
ORA-28538: result set not found
Cause: The client program tried fetching from a result set that is not open anymore. Many gateways will, on execution of a stored procedure, automatically close all result sets that were returned by any previously executed stored procedure.
Action: Check the documentation for the gateway that you are using and see if it will automatically close currently open result sets each time a stored procedure is executed. Then check if your client program is doing anything that violates this rule. If it is, fix your program. If it is not then contact Oracle customer support.
ORA-28539: gateway does not support result sets
Cause: The client program tried executing a stored procedure that returns one or more result sets through a gateway that does not have result set support.
Action: Check the documentation for the gateway that you are using and see if it supports result sets returned from stored procedures. If it does not, then the only way of accessing such stored procedures is to upgrade to a version of the gateway that does support result sets (if such a version exists). If the gateway does have result set support and you are still seeing this error then contact Oracle customer support.
ORA-28540: internal result set error
Cause: A protocol error internal to Heterogeneous Services or Oracle Database Gateway code has occurred.
Action: Contact Oracle customer support.
ORA-28541: Error in HS init file on line number.
Cause: A syntax error occurred in the gateway initialization file.
Action: Check gateway init file to correct the syntax error. For further information, check the error message in the gateway trace file.
ORA-28542: Error in reading HS init file
Cause: Reading the gateway init file generated an error.
Action: Check the gateway initialization file name to see that the gateway initialization file acctually exists. Check the ifile parameter to see that it points to the correct location.
ORA-28543: Error initializing apply connection to non-Oracle system
Cause: Attempt to initialize connection to non-Oracle for heterogeneous replication failed.
Action: Check if the listener used to connect to the gateway is up and is correctly configured. Make sure that the database link used has been configured correctly and, if a tnsnames alias has been used in the database link definition, make sure that the configuration of the entry in tnsnames.ora has been done correctly.
ORA-28544: connect to agent failed, probable Net8 administration error
Cause: Net8 reported a failure to make a RSLV connection or a protocol mode error when the Oracle server attempted to establish communication with a Heterogeneous Services agent or an external procedure agent. This usually is due to an administration error in setting up Net8 service definitions in TNSNAMES.ORA or LISTENER.ORA: A basic network connection is opened, but it connects to a program which does not use the appropriate protocol. This often is a sign that the connection goes to the wrong program.
Action: Check Net8 administration in the following ways: -- When using TNSNAMES.ORA or an Oracle Names server, make sure that the connection from the ORACLE server uses the correct service name or SID. -- Check LISTENER.ORA on the agent's host machine to assure that the service name or SID refers to the correct agent executable in its (PROGRAM=...) clause. -- Confirm in TNSNAMES.ORA or the equivalent service definition that sevice 'extproc_connection_data' does NOT contain (HS=), or that the service definition used by a Heterogeneous Services database link DOES contain (HS=).
ORA-28545: error diagnosed by Net8 when connecting to an agent
Cause: An attempt to call an external procedure or to issue SQL to a non-Oracle system on a Heterogeneous Services database link failed at connection initialization. The error diagnosed by Net8 NCR software is reported separately.
Action: Refer to the Net8 NCRO error message. If this isn't clear, check connection administrative setup in tnsnames.ora and listener.ora for the service associated with the Heterogeneous Services database link being used, or with 'extproc_connection_data' for an external procedure call.
ORA-28546: connection initialization failed, probable Net8 admin error
Cause: A failure occurred during initialization of a network connection from the Oracle server to a second process: The connection was completed but a disconnect occurred while trying to perform protocol-specific initialization, usually due to use of different network protocols by opposite sides of the connection. This usually is caused by incorrect Net8 administrative setup for database links or external procedure calls. The most frequent specific causes are: -- Database link setup for an Oracle-to-Oracle connection instead connects to a Heterogeneous Services agent or an external procedure agent. -- Database link setup for a Heterogeneous Services connection instead connects directly to an Oracle server. -- The extproc_connection_data definition in tnsnames.ora connects to an Oracle instance instead of an external procedure agent. -- Connect data for a Heterogeneous Services database link, usually defined in tnsnames.ora, does not specify (HS=). -- Connect data for an Oracle-to-Oracle database link, usually defined in tnsnames.ora, specifies (HS=).
Action: Check Net8 administration in the following ways: -- When using TNSNAMES.ORA or an Oracle Names server, make sure that the connection from the ORACLE server uses the correct service name or SID. -- Check LISTENER.ORA on the connection end point's host machine to assure that this service name or SID connects to the correct program. -- Confirm in TNSNAMES.ORA or the equivalent service definition that service 'extproc_connection_data' does NOT contain (HS=), or that the service definition used by a Heterogeneous Services database link DOES contain (HS=).
ORA-28547: connection to server failed, probable Oracle Net admin error
Cause: A failure occurred during initialization of a network connection from a client process to the Oracle server. The connection was completed but a disconnect occurred while trying to perform protocol-specific initialization, usually due to use of different network protocols by opposite sides of the connection. This usually is caused by incorrect Oracle Net administrative setup for database links or external procedure calls. The most frequent specific causes are: -- The connection uses a connect string which refers to a Heterogeneous Services agent instead of an Oracle server. -- The connection uses a connect string which includes an (HS=) specification. -- Hitting Ctrl+C before connection initialization is complete. -- Using DRCP on Windows with SQLNET.AUTHENTICATION_SERVICES set to NTS. -- Connection timeout due to SQLNET.INBOUND_CONNECT_TIMEOUT parameter when all shared servers are busy in shared server configuration.
Action: Check Oracle Net administration in the following ways: -- When using TNSNAMES.ORA or an Oracle Names server, make sure that the client connection to the Oracle server uses the correct service name or SID. -- Check LISTENER.ORA on the connection end point's host machine to assure that this service name or SID refers to the correct server. -- Confirm in TNSNAMES.ORA or the equivalent service definition that the connect string does not contain (HS=). -- Set SQLNET.AUTHENTICATION_SERVICES to NONE when using DRCP on Windows.
ORA-28550: pass-through SQL: cursor not found
Cause: A value passed to a pass-through SQL function or procedure call as a cursor does not identify a currently open cursor.
Action: Use a cursor number returned by the pass-through SQL OPEN_CURSOR call.
ORA-28551: pass-through SQL: SQL parse error
Cause: A non-Oracle system rejected text supplied as a pass-through SQL statement.
Action: Ensure that the SQL supplied to the pass-through SQL PARSE call is legal for the non-Oracle system.
ORA-28552: pass-through SQL: call flow error
Cause: A pass-through SQL function was called in an invalid order.
Action: Correct program flow by changing the order of API calls to match the flow described in the manual.
ORA-28553: pass-through SQL: invalid bind-variable position
Cause: A pass-through SQL function referring to the position of a bind variable in the currently-parsed SQL statement supplied an invalid bind-variable position. Valid values are 1 through n, where n is the number of bind-variable place-holders in the SQL text.
Action: Verify that the bind-variable position parameter is in the correct range to represent a place-holder in the SQL text. Confirm that the SQL text uses the correct syntax for a bind-variable place-holder, as required by the non-Oracle system.
ORA-28554: pass-through SQL: out of cursors
Cause: The maximum number of open cursors has been exceeded.
Action: Close open cursors by using the pass-through SQL CLOSE_CURSOR function.
ORA-28555: pass-through SQL: required parameter missing or NULL
Cause: An attempt was made to pass a NULL value to a non-NULL parameter.
Action: Use a non-NULL value for the parameter.
ORA-28556: authorization insufficient to access table
Cause: A query attempted to access a table in the non-Oracle system that is either privileged or has privileged columns.
Action: Contact the DBA for the non-Oracle system. The DBA can grant permission to access the privileged table or columns.
ORA-28557: unknown string for database link to non-Oracle system
Cause: When attempting to connect to a non-Oracle system through a Heterogeneous Services database link, the agent supporting this non-Oracle system failed to return FDS_CLASS_NAME and/or FDS_INST_NAME. ORACLE requires these names to configure the heterogeneous database link.
Action: Contact the DBA to check setup of the connection and the Heterogeneous Services agent.
ORA-28558: HS_FDS_CONNECT_STRING undefined for non-Oracle system
Cause: A database link to a non-Oracle system had no HS_FDS_CONNECT_STRING initialization parameter in the ORACLE server's data dictionary for Heterogeneous Services. Without this parameter, the connection could not be completed.
Action: Contact your DBA to verify correct setup of an HS_FDS_CONNECT_STRING entry in the ORACLE Heterogeneous Services data dictionary.
ORA-28559: FDS_CLASS_NAME is string, FDS_INST_NAME is string
Cause: An associated error was reported in another message, and this message supplies supplementary information to assist diagnosis of that error. FDS_CLASS_NAME and FDS_INST_NAME are used to access information in tables and views of the ORACLE data dictionary that direct operation of Heterogeneous Services on a database link to a non-Oracle data store.
Action: Use the FDS_CLASS_NAME and FDS_INST_NAME values to check ORACLE data dictionary contents when necessary to diagnose the cause of the associated error.
ORA-28560: error in configuration of agent process
Cause: An ORACLE server invoked a function not supported by the connected agent (Heterogeneous Services or external procedures). The most probable cause is incorrect Net8 setup, resulting in use of the wrong agent executable.
Action: Check Net8 administration in the following ways: -- When using TNSNAMES.ORA or an Oracle Names server, make sure that the connection from the ORACLE server uses the correct SID. -- Check LISTENER.ORA on the agent's host machine to assure that this SID refers to the correct agent executable in its (PROGRAM=...) clause.
ORA-28561: unable to set date format on non-Oracle system
Cause: Initialization of a Heterogeneous Services connection to set the date format to be used on the connected non-Oracle system.
Action: If the Oracle data dictionary supplies a value for the HS_NLS_DATE_FORMAT parameter, confirm that this value is formatted correctly by the rules of the non-Oracle system. Also check for additional information in log and trace files generated by the Heterogeneous Services agent.
ORA-28562: Heterogeneous Services data truncation error
Cause: A select operation was attempted with an insufficient data buffer to satisfy the request.
Action: Contact your DBA to verify whether your gateway initialization parameter HS_KEEP_REMOTE_COLUMN_SIZE = TRUE. If the parameter is set to TRUE, change it to FALSE and try the operation again. If the problem persists, contact Oracle Support Services. If the problem is due to size discrepancies between Oracle and the non-Oracle system, it may not be possible to convert the value.
ORA-28575: unable to open RPC connection to external procedure agent
Cause: Initialization of a network connection to the extproc agent did not succeed. This problem can be caused by network problems, incorrect listener configuration, or incorrect transfer code.
Action: Check listener configuration in LISTENER.ORA and TNSNAMES.ORA, or check Oracle Names Server.
ORA-28576: lost RPC connection to external procedure agent
Cause: of this error is abnormal termination of the invoked "C" routine. If this is not the case, check for network problems. Correct the problem if you find it. If all components appear to be normal but the problem persists, the problem could be an internal logic error in the RPC transfer code. Contact your customer support representative.
Action: First check the 3GL code you are invoking; the most likely
ORA-28577: argument string of external procedure string has unsupported datatype string
Cause: While transferring external procedure arguments to the agent, an unsupported datatype was detected.
Action: Check your documentation for the supported datatypes of external procedure arguments.
ORA-28578: protocol error during callback from an external procedure
Cause: An internal protocol error occurred while trying to execute a callback to the Oracle server from the user's 3GL routine.
Action: Contact Oracle customer support.
ORA-28579: network error during callback from external procedure agent
Cause: An internal network error occurred while trying to execute a callback to the Oracle server from the user's 3GL routine.
Action: Contact Oracle customer support.
ORA-28580: recursive external procedures are not supported
Cause: A callback from within a user's 3GL routine resulted in the invocation of another external procedure.