PLS-00625 PARTITION/CLUSTER/ORDER-BY clause can only be used with IN parameters → Cause: A PARTITION/CLUSTER/ORDER-BY clause was used with an OUT or IN OUT ref-cursor parameter … . Action: Change the parameter mode to IN or use some other parameter with the PARTITION/CLUSTER/ORDER-BY clause.
PLS-00654 PARTITION/ORDER/CLUSTER BY is only allowed for with PARALLEL_ENABLE → Cause: An attempt was made to use either PARTITION BY, ORDER BY, or CLUSTER BY clauses without … parallel enable clause in table function. Action: Specify parallel enable also when using PARTITION BY, CLUSTER BY, or ORDER BY clauses.
ORA-01785 ORDER BY item must be the number of a SELECT-list expression → Cause: Either an ORDER BY item for a set expression is not a column number, or the ORDER BY item is … not the number of a SELECT list column. Action: The ORDER BY item must be a number between 1 and
ORA-10589 Test recovery had to corrupt string data blocks in order to proceed → blocks as specified in the message in order to apply the range of redo tested. Action: See the alert log for details of the problems.
PLS-00527 MAP or ORDER functions require a PRAGMA RESTRICT_REFERENCES specifying :WNDS,WNPS,RNPS,RNDS. → Cause: Either a PRAGMA RESTRICT_REFERENCES was not specified or it was specified without one of the following: WNDS, WNPS, RNPS, or RNDS. Action: Add or correct the PRAGMA and retry the operation.
PLS-00528 The parameters to an ORDER function must have IN mode → Cause: A parameter was declared to an ORDER function to have OUT or IN OUT mode. Action: Correct the parameter to use IN mode only.
Chapters 9 through 18 list and describe all Oracle SQL statements in alphabetical order. → Appendix A, \"How to Read Syntax Diagrams\" This appendix describes how to read the syntax diagrams in this reference. Appendix B, \"Oracle and Standard SQL\"
ORA-30435 job_queue_processes must be non-zero in order to refresh summaries → Cause: The server must be started with parameter JOB_QUEUE_PROCESSES greater than zero. Action: Correct the value of JOB_QUEUE_PROCESSES and restart the server instance.
ORA-10586 Test recovery had to corrupt 1 data block in order to proceed → Cause: This message summarizes test recovery result: Oracle may have to corrupt one block in order
PLS-00646 MAP or ORDER method must be defined in the root of the subtype hierarchy → Cause: An attempt was made to define a MAP or ORDER method in a subtype. Action: Define the MAP or … ORDER method in the root of the subtype hierarchy. You can override MAP methods in subtypes.
ORA-19611 backup piece out of order. Expected string but found string → Cause: This backup piece is out of sequence. Action: Supply the correct backup piece.
KUP-04091 little endian byte order mark found when big endian expected in string → Cause: A little endian byte order mark was found at the beginning of the specified file. Either the … access parameters specified that the data was in big endian order or the byte order mark for a … previous file was big endian. Action: The file needs to be loaded separately. If a byte order was
PLS-00526 A MAP or ORDER function is required for comparing objects in PL/SQL. → Cause: Within stand alone PL/SQL, an attempt was made to compare objects without a map or order … function. Action: Provide a map or order function and retry the operation.
ORA-02813 Unable to make temporary file name in order to get key → Cause: This is an internal error. Action: Contact Oracle Support Services.
DRG-10846 order by columns must be all ascending or all descending → Cause: An ORDER BY clause was specified which has some columns ascending and some descending. This is not currently supported by CATSEARCH. Action:
ORA-22315 type \" string \" does not contain a map or order function → Cause: The input type does not contain a map or order function so one cannot be returned. Action … : Add a map or order function to the type or catch this error.
PLS-00155 Only a function may be a MAP, ORDER or CONSTRUCTOR method. → Cause: A procedure was declared as a MAP, ORDER, or CONSTRUCTOR method. Only functions can be MAP … , ORDER, or CONSTRUCTOR methods. Action: Change the procedure to a function.
PLS-00423 ORDER BY item must be the number of a SELECT-list expression → Cause: A column alias was used in the ORDER BY clause of a SELECT statement that uses a UNION … , INTERSECT, or MINUS set operator. This is not allowed. In such cases, expressions in the ORDER BY clause … the alias in the ORDER BY clause to an unsigned integer that designates the ordinal position of the select item in question.
KUP-04090 big endian byte order mark found when little endian expected in string → Cause: A big endian byte order mark was found at the beginning of the specified file. Either the … access parameters specified that the data was in little endian order or the byte order mark for a … previous file was little endian. Action: The file needs to be loaded separately. If a byte order was
PLS-00154 An object type may have only 1 MAP or 1 ORDER method. → Cause: More than one map or order function was declared. An object type can have only one map … function or one order function, but not both. Action: Delete all but one of the MAP or ORDER functions on the type.
PLS-00521 ORDER methods must be declared with 1 (one) parameter in addition to (optional) SELF. → Cause: An order member function was declared without the user-specified parameter. Order member … second parameter is added by the user and must declare an order method which must be the same type as
PLS-00524 The parameter type in an ORDER method must be the containing object type. → Cause: An order member function was declared without the user- specified parameter. Order member … second parameter is added by the user and must declare an order method which must be the same type as
ORA-01409 NOSORT option may not be used; rows are not in ascending order → only be used for indexes on groups of rows that already are in ascending order. For non-unique indexes … ascending order may not be. If you create an index NOSORT, and two of the rows in the table have the … these addresses are not in ascending order, the ROWIDs are not either. Since these ROWIDs are … considered part of the index
Ordering by Character Representation of Label → Using the LABEL_TO_CHAR function, you can order data rows by the character representation of the … label. For example, the following statement returns all rows sorted by the text order of the label: SELECT * FROM emp ORDER BY label_to_char (hr_label);
Descriptions of Applications Event Tests for V8.1.6 and Earlier Agents → The Applications event tests for v8.1.6 and earlier agents are listed in alphabetical order.
Descriptions of Applications Event Tests → The Applications event tests for release 9 i are listed in alphabetical order.
System-Specific References → The references in this section appear using similar order and headings.
You are using a non-Oracle JDBC driver to connect to an Oracle database. Only JDBC-generic checking… → Cause: In order to perform Oracle-specific checking, an Oracle JDBC driver is required.
C → column order, 1-17 conceptual modeling, 2-12 CPUs, 1-8 statistics, 2-2
getOrder() → Description Get the composite type - ALL, SEQUENCE, or CHOICE Syntax public int getOrder() Returns order
Data Source → select name, ready from gv$aq g,all_queues d where g.qid = d.qid order by name
Data Source → Select name, expired from gv$aq g,all_queues d where g.qid = d.qid order by name
Data Source → Select name, waiting from gv$aq g,all_queues d where g.qid = d.qid order by name.
Byte Ordering → The order of bytes in a word is platform dependent. See the section \"UNSIGNED\".
Notes → The SCORE operator can be used in a SELECT, ORDER BY, or GROUP BY clause.
ORA-10563 Test recovery had to corrupt data block file# string, block# string in order to proceed → Cause: Test recovery completed. Action: No action is needed. Test recovery has ended successfully. See other messages on error stack for a summary of the result of the test recovery.
PLS-00664 Both ORDER BY and CLUSTER BY can not be specified for the same table function → Cause: An attempt was made to specify both ORDER BY and CLUSTER BY for the same table function … . Action: Specify either ORDER BY or CLUSTER BY for a table function, but not both.
PLS-00525 Within SQL statements, only equality comparisons of objects are allowed without a map or order… → Cause: A map or order function was not provided for a relational comparison. Only equality … comparisons may be used when a map or order function is not supplied. Action: Supply either a map or order
PLS-00631 PARTITION-BY and CLUSTER/ORDER-BY clauses must be used with the same function argument → Cause: PARTITION-BY and CLUSTER/ORDER-BY clauses are specified on different function arguments … . Action: Use the same argument in both PARTITION-BY and CLUSTER/ORDER-BY clauses.
Sorting Data in a Table Chart → When a chart is displaying data in table format, the sort order of the column data can be changed … ascending order, and a second click sorts the data in descending order. Changing the sort order in the … chart table does not affect the data's sort order on the server. To change the sort order