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DUMP → Syntax dump::= Description of the illustration dump.gif Purpose DUMP returns a VARCHAR2 value … . Examples The following examples show how to extract dump information from a string expression and a … column: SELECT DUMP('abc', 1016) FROM DUAL; DUMP('ABC',1016 … ) ------------------------------------------
Dump File Type Definitions → The following definitions are used for identifying types of dump files returned through the
Combining Dump Files → Dump files populated by different external tables can all be specified in the LOCATION clause of … external table. This ensures that the metadata listed in the two dump files is the same and they can be
Specifying Files and Adding Additional Dump Files → For export operations, you can specify dump files at the time the job is defined, as well as at a … export operation, you can add additional dump files by using the Data Pump Export ADD_FILE command in … interactive mode. For import operations, all dump files must be specified at the time the job is … defined. Log files and SQL
Default Locations for Dump, Log, and SQL Files → Because Data Pump is server-based, rather than client-based, dump files, log files, and SQL files … can then be omitted from the command line. The dump file employees.dmp, as well as the log file … directory object used for the dump file so that the ASM disk-group name is used (instead of an … ASM dump file as
ORA-01751: Invalid dump undo option → else dependent on the session state. NLS-dependent functions are OK. ORA-01751: Invalid dump undo option
ORA-38717: Invalid DUMP FLASHBACK option. → Cause: An invalid value was specified for TYPE in the DUMP FLASHBACK command. Action: Specify an integer value. ORA-38717: Invalid DUMP FLASHBACK option.
ORA-00078: cannot dump variables by name → Cause: An attempt was made to invoke an invalid dump. Action: Try another dump. ORA-00078: cannot dump variables by name
ORA-31618: dump file size too small → device messages from the operating system. Action: Take appropriate action to restore the device. ORA-31618: dump file size too small
ORA-02357: no valid dump files → Cause: The load was discontinued due to space exhaustion in the database. Action: Add space for the specified table. ORA-02357: no valid dump files
ORA-00076: dump string not found → Cause: The specified process was not logged on to the current instance. Action: Specify a valid process. ORA-00076: dump string not found
ORA-39059: dump file set is incomplete → the object will not be imported. Action: User must manually define the object in the target database. ORA-39059: dump file set is incomplete
ORA-25118: invalid DUMP DATAFILE/TEMPFILE option → 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
NNL-00298: No cache dump currently scheduled → Cause: Control program general message. Action: None. NNL-00298: No cache dump currently scheduled
PROT-00304: Failed to create dump file → Cause: Requested dump file exists in the given path Action: Change the location for the dump file … or remove the old dump file PROT-00304: Failed to create dump file
NNL-00300: Cancelled server cache dump → Cause: Control program general message. Action: None. NNL-00300: Cancelled server cache dump
NNO-00321: statistic counter dump disabled → Worldwide Customer Support. NNO-00321: statistic counter dump disabled
NNO-00326: server statistic counter dump follows → counters in response to a request from the Oracle Names control program. Action: none NNO-00326: server statistic counter dump follows
ORA-00077: dump string is not valid → Cause: An attempt was made to invoke a dump that does not exist. Action: Type DUMPLIST to see the … list of available dumps. ORA-00077: dump string is not valid