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글쓴이: ora [ORA01311~ORA01499]Error 조회수: 8006


ORA-01311 Illegal invocation of the mine_value function

Cause: An attempt was made to use the MINE_VALUE function on a column other than redo_value or undo_value columns of SYS.V$LOGMNR_CONTENTS fixed table/view.

Action: Rewrite the SQL statement with a legal invocation of MINE_VALUE.


ORA-01312 Specified table/column does not exist

Cause: The table/column specified in the LCR_MINE call does not exist at the the specified SCN. The table/column definition has to exist at the start SCN specified for lcr_mine to be able to identify the table/column correctly.

Action: Create a LogMiner session at a start SCN at which the table definition is available.


ORA-01313 LogMiner dictionary column type different from specified type

Cause: The return type specified for the column in the LCR_MINE call is different from the actual type of the column.

Action: Rewrite the LCR_MINE invocation with the right return type.


ORA-01314 Name of the column to be mined should be a string literal

Cause: The fully qualified name of the column to be mined by the LogMiner functions should be string literal.

Action: If the fully qualified name of the column to be mined is a.b.c.d, enclose the column name in quotes as in 'a.b.c.d'.


ORA-01315 Log file has been added or removed during select

Cause: A redo log file has been added or removed while selecting on the v$logmnr_logs fixed view.

Action: Re-issue the SQL select statement on the v$logmnr_logs view.


ORA-01316 Already attached to a Logminer session

Cause: A Logminer attach session was issued while already attached to a Logminer session.

Action: Detach from the current Logminer session and attach to the requested session.


ORA-01317 Not attached to a Logminer session

Cause: A command or procedure was issued which requires an attached Logminer session.

Action: Attach to a Logminer session before issuing the command or procedure.


ORA-01318 Logminer session not started

Cause: Logminer activate session was called before prepare session.


ORA-01319 Invalid Logminer session attribute

Cause: A session attribute was supplied which is invalid.

Action: Re-issue with a valid session attribute.


ORA-01320 Invalid Logminer dictionary attribute

Cause: A Logminer dictionary attribute was supplied which is invalid.

Action: Re-issue with a valid dictionary attribute.


ORA-01321 SCN range not fully contained in the listed logfiles

Cause: The input date/SCN range is not fully contained within the logfiles specified for the session.

Action: select out of v$logmnr_logs view to check the date or SCN range covered by the logfiles specified for the LogMiner session , and reissue the procedure with appropriate date or SCN range.


ORA-01322 No such table

Cause: An non-existent table was supplied to Logminer include_src_tbl() or exclude_src_table().

Action: Re-issue with a valid table name.


ORA-01323 Invalid state

Cause: A Logminer routine was called from the wrong state.


ORA-01324 cannot add file due to DB_ID mismatch

Cause: The logfile was produced by a different database than other logfiles already added to the list.

Action: Specify a logfile produced by the same database.


ORA-01325 archive log mode must be enabled to build into the logstream

Cause: The database does not have archivelog mode enabled.

Action: Ensure that initialization parameters enabling archivelog mode are set. For example:

log_archive_start=true
log_archive_dest="ORACLE_HOME/dbs"
log_archive_format="archstring.log"


Mount the database and issue commands to enable archivelog mode.

startup pfile=initsid.ora mount
ALTER DATABASE ARCHIVELOG
ALTER DATABASE OPEN



ORA-01326 compatibility of 9.0.0 or greater required to build into the logstream

Cause: The COMPATIBLE initialization parameter is set to some value less than 9.0.0.

Action: Ensure that the COMPATIBLE initialization parameter is set to 9.0.0 or higher. For example:

COMPATIBLE = 9.0.0.0.0



ORA-01327 failed to exclusively lock system dictionary as required by build

Cause: Other users are performing DDL operations.


ORA-01328 only one build operation may occur at one time

Cause: Another process is simultaneously attempting to run build().

Action: Wait until the other process completes.


ORA-01329 unable to truncate required build table

Cause: The table may be missing or locked by another user.

Action: This error should not occur. If it does occur and there is reason to believe that required tables are missing, then as a last resort the package dbmslmd.sql may be reinstalled. Doing so will delete all existing Logminer Dictionary data.


ORA-01332 internal Logminer Dictionary error

Cause: Unexpected error condition.

Action: Check the trace file.


ORA-01333 failed to establish Logminer Dictionary

Cause: No previously established Logminer Dictionary is available and a complete gather of a source system data dictionary was not found in the logstream. build() may not have been run to force the gathering of a source system data dictionary, or add_log_file() may not have been called to add all log files which contain the complete gathered system data dictionary.

Action: If build() was not employed prior to this mining session, the Logminer Ad Hoc user may elect to employ an alternate dictionary such as the current system catalog or a previously built flat file dictionary. Other Logminer clients must run build() prior to mining. If build() has been run, ensure that all logfiles which comprise the gathered system dictionary have been added. The following query, run on the system which build() was run, can be helpful in identifying the required files.

select DICTIONARY_BEGIN, DICTIONARY_END, name from v$archived_log;


Minimally a set of files starting with one which has DICTIONARY_BEGIN = 'YES' and all subsequent log files through one which has DICTIONARY_END = \qYESmustbeadded.'


ORA-01336 specified dictionary file cannot be opened

Cause: The dictionary file or directory does not exist or is inaccessible.

Action: Make sure that the dictionary file and directory exist and are accessible.


ORA-01337 log file has a different compatibility version

Cause: The logfile has a different compatibility version than the rest of the logfiles in the session.

Action: Make sure that all logfiles in the session have the same compatibility version.


ORA-01338 Other process is attached to LogMiner session

Cause: Can not do this when other process is attached to LogMiner session.


ORA-01339 logfile is too old

Cause: An attempt was made to add an already processed logfile.


ORA-01340 NLS error

Cause: Could not load NLS package.


ORA-01341 LogMiner out-of-memory

Cause: The logfiles to be analyzed in the current LogMiner session require more system resources than what is currently available.

Action: Reduce the number of logfiles to be analyzed for a given LogMiner session and try again.


ORA-01342 LogMiner can not resume session due to inability of staging checkpointed data

Cause: Logminer can not resume session because there is not enough SGA memory available to read in checkpointed data. Logminer periodically checkpoints data to enable faster crash recovery.

Action: Specify a bigger max_sga for the given LogMiner session and try again.


ORA-01344 LogMiner coordinator already attached

Cause: A coordinator process is already attached to the specified logminer context.

Action: Detach from the active coordinator session and retry the attach.


ORA-01345 Supplemental log data must be enabled to build into the logstream

Cause: Supplemental log data must be enabled on this database instance.

Action: Enable supplemental log data.


ORA-01346 Dependent LogMiner sessions relying on supplementally logged data exist

Cause: LogMiner sessions exist on this database instance which rely on the existence of supplemental log data.

Action: Destroy all LogMiner sessions on this instance which are mining log files from this same instance. Then reissue the command.


ORA-01347 Supplemental log data no longer found

Cause: The source database instance producing log files for this LogMiner session was altered to no longer log supplemental data.

Action: Destroy this Logminer session. Re-enable supplemental log data on the source system and create a new LogMiner session.


ORA-01350 must specify a tablespace name

Cause: Invocation failed to specify either a dictionary tablespace or a spill tablespace.

Action: Reformat invocation of DBMS_LOGMNR_D.SET_TABLESPACE to include the name of one or more tablespaces.

NEW_TABLESPACE - A string naming an existing tablespace.

Supply only this parameter to recreate all Logminer tables to employ this tablespace.

DICTIONARY_TABLESPACE - A string naming an existing tablespace.

Supply this parameter when it is desired to place Logminer Dictionary data in a tablespace different from that where Logminer spill data is to be written. This parameter overrides the new_tablespace parameter with respect to Logminer Dictionary tables.

SPILL_TABLESPACE - a string naming an existing tablespace.

Supply this parameter when it is desired to place Logminer spill data in a tablespace different from that where Logminer Dictionary data is to be written. This parameter overrides the new_tablespace parameter with respect to Logminer spill tables.


ORA-01351 tablespace given for Logminer dictionary does not exist

Cause: The tablespace name given as either the NEW_TABLESPACE or the DICTIONARY_TABLESPACE parameter to DBMS_LOGMNR_D.SET_TABLESPACE does not exist.

Action: Check the spelling of the tablespace name. If the spelling is correct, then verify that the named tablespace has already been created. DBMS_LOGMNR_D.SET_TABLESPACE will not create a tablespace.


ORA-01352 tablespace given for Logminer spill does not exist

Cause: The tablespace name given as either the NEW_TABLESPACE or the SPILL_TABLESPACE parameter to DBMS_LOGMNR_D.SET_TABLESPACE does not exist.

Action: Check the spelling of the tablespace name. If the spelling is correct, then verify that the named tablespace has already been created. DBMS_LOGMNR_D.SET_TABLESPACE will not create a tablespace.


ORA-01353 existing Logminer session

Cause: An attempt was made to execute DBMS_LOGMNR_D.SET_TABLESPACE while Logminer sessions existed. In general DBMS_LOGMNR_D.SET_TABLESPACE should be run before any Logminer activity has begun. If this error occurs, then this procedure has not been followed.

Action: First cause all Logminer sessions to be destroyed. A Logminer session can exist as a result of executing DBMS_LOGMNR.START_LOGMNR or as the result of running a product such as Logical Standby or Streams which uses Logminer. Next, execute DBMS_LOGMNR_D.SET_TABLESPACE.


ORA-01370 Specified restart SCN is too old

Cause: The specified restart scn is too old and Logminer could not find a proper checkpoint.

Action: Specify a bigger restart SCN to try again.


ORA-01371 Complete LogMiner dictionary not found

Cause: One or more log files containing the LogMiner dictionary was not found.

Action: Add into LogMiner all log files containing the dictionary.


ORA-01372 Insufficient processes for specified LogMiner operation

Cause: The number of processes requested by the caller can not be allocated.

Action: Increase the number of parallel servers allocated to the instance.


ORA-01373 insufficient memory for staging persistent LogMiner session

Cause: The maximum number of concurrent persistent LogMiner sessions allowed is limited by the LOGMNR_MAX_PERSISTENT_SESSIONS parameter. Not enough memory has been set aside at instance startup to allocate the new LogMiner session.

Action: Increase LOGMNR_MAX_PERSISTENT_SESSIONS and restart the instance.


ORA-01374 LOG_PARALLELISM greater than 1 not supported in this release

Cause: LogMiner does not mine redo records generated with LOG_PARALLELISM set to a value greater than 1.


ORA-01400 cannot insert NULL into (string)

Cause: An attempt was made to insert a NULL into the column "USER"."TABLE"."COLUMN".

For example, if you enter:

connect scott/tiger
create table a (a1 number not null);
insert into a values (null);


Oracle returns:

ORA-01400 cannot insert NULL into ("SCOTT"."A"."A1") : which means you
cannot insert NULL into "SCOTT"."A"."A1".


Action: Retry the operation with a value other than NULL.


ORA-01401 inserted value too large for column

Cause: The value entered is larger than the maximum width defined for the column.

Action: Enter a value smaller than the column width or use the MODIFY option with ALTER TABLE to expand the column width.


ORA-01402 view WITH CHECK OPTION where-clause violation

Cause: An INSERT or UPDATE statement was attempted on a view created with the CHECK OPTION. This would have resulted in the creation of a row that would not satisfy the view's WHERE clause.

Action: Examine the view's WHERE clause in the dictionary table VIEWS. If the current view does not have the CHECK OPTION, then its FROM clause must reference a second view that is defined using the CHECK OPTION. The second view's WHERE clause must also be satisfied by any INSERT or UPDATE statements. To insert the row, it may be necessary to insert it directly into the underlying table, rather than through the view.


ORA-01403 no data found

Cause: In a host language program, all records have been fetched. The return code from the fetch was +4, indicating that all records have been returned from the SQL query.

Action: Terminate processing for the SELECT statement.


ORA-01404 ALTER COLUMN will make an index too large

Cause: Increasing the length of a column would cause the combined length of the columns specified in a previous CREATE INDEX statement to exceed the maximum index length (255). The total index length is computed as the sum of the width of all indexed columns plus the number of indexed columns. Date fields are calculated as a length of 7, character fields are calculated at their defined width, and numeric fields are length 22.

Action: The only way to alter the column is to drop the affected index. The index cannot be re-created if to do so would exceed the maximum index width.


ORA-01405 fetched column value is NULL

Cause: The INTO clause of a FETCH operation contained a NULL value, and no indicator was used. The column buffer in the program remained unchanged, and the cursor return code was +2. This is an error unless you are running Oracle with DBMS=6, emulating version 6, in which case it is only a warning.

Action: You may do any of the following:

Use the NVL function to convert the retrieved NULL to another value, such as zero or blank. This is the simplest solution.
Use an indicator to record the presence of the NULL. You probably should use this option when you want a specific action to be taken when a NULL arises.
Revise the cursor definition so that no columns possibly containing NULL values are retrieved.

ORA-01406 fetched column value was truncated

Cause: In a host language program, a FETCH operation was forced to truncate a character string. The program buffer area for this column was not large enough to contain the entire string. The cursor return code from the fetch was +3.

Action: Increase the column buffer area to hold the largest column value or perform other appropriate processing.


ORA-01407 cannot update (string) to NULL

Cause: An attempt was made to update a table column "USER"."TABLE"."COLUMN" with a NULL value.

For example, if you enter:

connect scott/tiger
update table a (a1 number not null);
insert into a values (null);


Oracle returns:

ORA-01407 cannot update ("SCOTT"."A"."A1") to NULL


which means you cannot update the column "SCOTT"."A"."A1" to NULL.

Action: Retry the operation with a value other than NULL.


ORA-01408 such column list already indexed

Cause: A CREATE INDEX statement specified a column that is already indexed. A single column may be indexed only once. Additional indexes may be created on the column if it is used as a portion of a concatenated index, that is, if the index consists of multiple columns.

Action: Do not attempt to re-index the column, as it is unnecessary. To create a concatenated key, specify one or more additional columns in the CREATE INDEX statement.


ORA-01409 NOSORT option may not be used; rows are not in ascending order

Cause: Creation of index with NOSORT option when rows were not ascending. The NOSORT option may only be used for indexes on groups of rows that already are in ascending order.

For non-unique indexes the ROWID is considered part of the index key. This means that two rows that appear to be stored in ascending order may not be. If you create an index NOSORT, and two of the rows in the table have the same index values, but get split across two extents, the data block address of the first block in the second extent can be less than the data block address of the last block in the first extent. If these addresses are not in ascending order, the ROWIDs are not either. Since these ROWIDs are considered part of the index key, the index key is not in ascending order, and the create index NOSORT fails.

Action: Create the index without the NOSORT option or ensure that the table is stored in one extent.


ORA-01410 invalid ROWID

Cause: A ROWID was entered incorrectly. ROWIDs must be entered as formatted hexadecimal strings using only numbers and the characters A through F. A typical ROWID format is '000001F8.0001.0006'.

Action: Check the format, then enter the ROWID using the correct format. ROWID format: block ID, row in block, file ID.


ORA-01411 cannot store the length of column in the indicator

Cause: An attempt was made to fetch a column of size more than 64K and could not store the length of the column in the given indicator of size 2 bytes.

Action: Use the new bind type with call backs to fetch the long column.


ORA-01412 zero length not allowed for this datatype

Cause: The length for type 97 is 0.

Action: Specify the correct length.


ORA-01413 illegal value in packed decimal number buffer

Cause: The user buffer bound by the user as packed decimal number contained an illegal value.

Action: Use a legal value.


ORA-01414 invalid array length when trying to bind array

Cause: An attempt was made to bind an array without either a current array length pointer or a zero maximum array length.

Action: Specify a valid length.


ORA-01415 too many distinct aggregate functions

Cause: The query contains more distinct aggregates than can be processed. The current limit is 255.

Action: Reduce the number of distinct aggregate functions in the query.


ORA-01416 two tables cannot be outer-joined to each other

Cause: Two tables in a join operation specified an outer join with respect to each other. If an outer join is specified on one of the tables in a join condition, it may not be specified on the other table.

Action: Remove the outer join specification (+) from one of the tables, then retry the operation.


ORA-01417 a table may be outer joined to at most one other table

Cause: a.b (+) = b.b and a.c (+) = c.c is not allowed.

Action: Check that this is really what you want, then join b and c first in a view.


ORA-01418 specified index does not exist

Cause: An ALTER INDEX, DROP INDEX, or VALIDATE INDEX statement specified the name of an index that does not exist. Only existing indexes can be altered, dropped, or validated. Existing indexes may be listed by querying the data dictionary.

Action: Specify the name of an existing index in the ALTER INDEX, DROP INDEX, or VALIDATE INDEX statement.


ORA-01419 datdts: illegal format code

Cause: An attempt was made to use an incorrect format.

Action: Inspect the format, correct it if necessary, then retry the operation.


ORA-01420 datstd: illegal format code

Cause: An attempt was made to use an invalid format.

Action: Inspect the format, correct it if necessary, then retry the operation.


ORA-01421 datrnd/dattrn: illegal precision specifier

Cause: An attempt was made to use an invalid precision specifier.

Action: Inspect the precision specifier, correct it if necessary, then retry the operation.


ORA-01422 exact fetch returns more than requested number of rows

Cause: The number specified in exact fetch is less than the rows returned.

Action: Rewrite the query or change number of rows requested.


ORA-01423 error encountered while checking for extra rows in exact fetch

Cause: An error was encountered during the execution of an exact fetch. This message will be followed by more descriptive messages.

Action: See the accompanying messages and take appropriate action.


ORA-01424 missing or illegal character following the escape character

Cause: The character following the escape character in LIKE pattern is missing or not one of the escape character, '%', or '_'.

Action: Remove the escape character or specify the missing character.


ORA-01425 escape character must be character string of length 1

Cause: Given escape character for LIKE is not a character string of length 1.

Action: Change it to a character string of length 1.


ORA-01426 numeric overflow

Cause: Evaluation of an value expression causes an overflow/underflow.

Action: Reduce the operands.


ORA-01427 single-row subquery returns more than one row

Cause: The outer query must use one of the keywords ANY, ALL, IN, or NOT IN to specify values to compare because the subquery returned more than one row.

Action: Use ANY, ALL, IN, or NOT IN to specify which values to compare or reword the query so only one row is retrieved.


ORA-01428 argument 'string' is out of range

Cause: An illegal value for a mathematical function argument was specified. For example

SELECT SQRT(-1) "Square Root" FROM DUAL;


Action: See the Oracle9i SQL Reference for valid input and ranges of the mathematical functions.


ORA-01429 Index-Organized Table: no data segment to store overflow row-pieces

Cause: No overflow segment defined.

Action: Add overflow segment.


ORA-01430 column being added already exists in table

Cause: An ALTER TABLE ADD statement specified the name of a column that is already in the table. All column names must be unique within a table.

Action: Specify a unique name for the new column, then re-execute the statement.


ORA-01431 internal inconsistency in GRANT command

Cause: An internal error occurred while attempting to execute a GRANT statement.

Action: Contact Oracle Support Services.


ORA-01432 public synonym to be dropped does not exist

Cause: The synonym specified in DROP PUBLIC SYNONYM is not a valid public synonym. It may be a private synonym.

Action: Correct the synonym name or use DROP SYNONYM if the synonym is not public.


ORA-01433 synonym to be created is already defined

Cause: A CREATE SYNONYM statement specified a synonym name that is the same as an existing synonym, table, view, or cluster. Synonyms may not have the same name as any other synonym, table, view, or cluster available to the user creating the synonym.

Action: Specify a unique name for the synonym, then re-execute the statement.


ORA-01434 private synonym to be dropped does not exist

Cause: A DROP SYNONYM statement specified a synonym that does not exist. Existing synonym names may be listed by querying the data dictionary.

Action: Specify the name of an existing synonym in the DROP SYNONYM statement.


ORA-01435 user does not exist

Cause: This message is caused by any reference to a non-existent user. For example, it occurs if a SELECT, GRANT, or REVOKE statement specifies a username that does not exist. Only a GRANT CONNECT statement may specify a new username. All other GRANT and REVOKE statements must specify existing usernames. If specified in a SELECT statement, usernames must already exist.

Action: Specify only existing usernames in the SELECT, GRANT, or REVOKE statement or ask the database administrator to define the new username.


ORA-01436 CONNECT BY loop in user data

Cause: The condition specified in a CONNECT BY clause caused a loop in the query, where the next record to be selected is a descendent of itself. When this happens, there can be no end to the query.

Action: Check the CONNECT BY clause and remove the circular reference.


ORA-01437 cannot have join with CONNECT BY

Cause: A join operation was specified with a CONNECT BY clause. If a CONNECT BY clause is used in a SELECT statement for a tree-structured query, only one table may be referenced in the query.

Action: Remove either the CONNECT BY clause or the join operation from the SQL statement.


ORA-01438 value larger than specified precision allows for this column

Cause: When inserting or updating records, a numeric value was entered that exceeded the precision defined for the column.

Action: Enter a value that complies with the numeric column's precision, or use the MODIFY option with the ALTER TABLE command to expand the precision.


ORA-01439 column to be modified must be empty to change datatype

Cause: An ALTER TABLE MODIFY statement attempted to change the datatype of a column containing data. A column whose datatype is to be altered must contain only NULL values.

Action: To alter the datatype, first set all values in the column to NULL.


ORA-01440 column to be modified must be empty to decrease precision or scale

Cause: An ALTER TABLE MODIFY statement attempted to decrease the scale or precision of a numeric column containing data. In order to decrease either of these values, the column must contain only NULL values. An attempt to increase the scale without also increasing the precision will also cause this message.

Action: Set all values in the column to NULL before decreasing the numeric precision or scale. If attempting to increase the scale, increase the precision in accordance with the scale or set all values in the column to NULL first.


ORA-01441 cannot decrease column length because some value is too big

Cause: An ALTER TABLE MODIFY statement attempted to decrease the size of a character field containing data. A column whose maximum size is to be decreased must contain only NULL values.

Action: Set all values in column to NULL before decreasing the maximum size.


ORA-01442 column to be modified to NOT NULL is already NOT NULL

Cause: An ALTER TABLE MODIFY statement attempted to change a column specification unnecessarily, from NOT NULL to NOT NULL.

Action: No action required.


ORA-01443 internal inconsistency; illegal datatype in resultant view column

Cause: An internal error occurred in referencing a view.

Action: Contact Oracle Support Services.


ORA-01444 internal inconsistency; internal datatype maps to invalid external type

Cause: This is an internal error message not normally issued.

Action: Contact Oracle Support Services.


ORA-01445 cannot select ROWID from a join view without a key-preserved table

Cause: A SELECT statement attempted to select ROWIDs from a view derived from a join operation. Because the rows selected in the view do not correspond to underlying physical records, no ROWIDs can be returned.

Action: Remove ROWID from the view selection clause, then re-execute the statement.


ORA-01446 cannot select ROWID from view with DISTINCT, GROUP BY, etc.

Cause: A SELECT statement attempted to select ROWIDs from a view containing columns derived from functions or expressions. Because the rows selected in the view do not correspond to underlying physical records, no ROWIDs can be returned.

Action: Remove ROWID from the view selection clause, then re-execute the statement.


ORA-01447 ALTER TABLE does not operate on clustered columns

Cause: An ALTER TABLE MODIFY statement specified a column used to cluster the table. Clustered columns may not be altered.

Action: To alter the column, first re-create the table in non-clustered form. The column's size can be increased at the same time.


ORA-01448 index must be dropped before changing to desired type

Cause: An ALTER TABLE MODIFY statement attempted to change an indexed character column to a LONG column. Columns with the datatype LONG may not be indexed, so the index must be dropped before the modification.

Action: Drop all indexes referencing the column before changing its datatype to LONG.


ORA-01449 column contains NULL values; cannot alter to NOT NULL

Cause: An ALTER TABLE MODIFY statement attempted to change the definition of a column containing NULL values to NOT NULL. The column may not currently contain any NULL values if it is to be altered to NOT NULL.

Action: Set all NULL values in the column to values other than NULL before ALTERING the column to NOT NULL.


ORA-01450 maximum key length (string) exceeded

Cause: The combined length of all the columns specified in a CREATE INDEX statement exceeded the maximum index length. The maximum index length varies by operating system. The total index length is computed as the sum of the width of all indexed columns plus the number of indexed columns. Date fields have a length of 7, character fields have their defined length, and numeric fields have a length of 22. Numeric length = (precision/2) + 1. If negative, add +1.

Action: Select columns to be indexed so the total index length does not exceed the maximum index length for the operating system. See also your operating system-specific Oracle documentation.


ORA-01451 column to be modified to NULL cannot be modified to NULL

Cause: The column may already allow NULL values, the NOT NULL constraint is part of a primary key or check constraint, or an ALTER TABLE MODIFY statement attempted to change a column specification unnecessarily, from NULL to NULL.

Action: If a primary key or check constraint is enforcing the NOT NULL constraint, then drop that constraint.


ORA-01452 cannot CREATE UNIQUE INDEX; duplicate keys found

Cause: A CREATE UNIQUE INDEX statement specified one or more columns that currently contain duplicate values. All values in the indexed columns must be unique by row to create a UNIQUE INDEX.

Action: If the entries need not be unique, remove the keyword UNIQUE from the CREATE INDEX statement, then re-execute the statement. If the entries must be unique, as in a primary key, then remove duplicate values before creating the UNIQUE index.


ORA-01453 SET TRANSACTION must be first statement of transaction

Cause: A transaction was not processed properly because the SET TRANSACTION statement was not the first statement.

Action: Commit or roll back the current transaction before using the statement SET TRANSACTION.


ORA-01454 cannot convert column into numeric datatype

Cause: A non-numeric value could not be converted into a number value.

Action: Check the value to make sure it contains only numbers, a sign, a decimal point, and the character "E" or "e", then retry the operation.


ORA-01455 converting column overflows integer datatype

Cause: The converted form of the specified expression was too large for the specified datatype.

Action: Define a larger datatype or correct the data.


ORA-01456 may not perform insert/delete/update operation inside a READ ONLY transaction

Cause: A non-DDL insert/delete/update or select for update operation was attempted.

Action: Commit (or roll back) the transaction, and then re-execute.


ORA-01457 converting column overflows decimal datatype

Cause: The converted form of the specified expression was too large for the specified type. The problem also occurs in COBOL programs when using COMP-3 in the picture clause, which is acceptable to the Pro*COBOL Precompiler and to COBOL but results in this error.

Action: Define a larger datatype or correct the data.


ORA-01458 invalid length inside variable character string

Cause: An attempt was made to bind or define a variable character string with a buffer length less than the minimum requirement.

Action: Increase the buffer size or use a different type.


ORA-01459 invalid length for variable character string

Cause: The buffer length was less than the minimum required or greater than its length at bind time minus two bytes.

Action: Make sure the string size is long enough to hold the buffer.


ORA-01460 unimplemented or unreasonable conversion requested

Cause: The requested format conversion is not supported.

Action: Remove the requested conversion from the SQL statement. Check the syntax for the TO_CHAR, TO_DATE, and TO_NUMBER functions to see which conversions are supported.


ORA-01461 can bind a LONG value only for insert into a LONG column

Cause: An attempt was made to insert a value from a LONG datatype into another datatype. This is not allowed.

Action: Do not try to insert LONG datatypes into other types of columns.


ORA-01462 cannot insert string literals longer than 2000 characters

Cause: The longest literal supported by Oracle consists of 2000 characters.

Action: Reduce the number of characters in the literal to 2000 characters or fewer or use the VARCHAR2 or LONG datatype to insert strings exceeding 2000 characters.


ORA-01463 cannot modify column datatype with current constraint(s)

Cause: An attempt was made to modify the datatype of column which has referential constraints; or has check constraints which only allows changing the datatype from CHAR to VARCHAR or vise versa.

Action: Remove the constraint(s) or do not perform the offending operation.


ORA-01464 circular grant (granting to grant ancestor) of table or view

Cause: The user in the TO clause of the GRANT statement has already been GRANTed privileges on this table.

Action: Do not GRANT privileges on a table to the user who originally GRANTed privileges on that table. The statement in error is probably unnecessary.


ORA-01465 invalid hex number

Cause: In an UPDATE statement following a SELECT FOR UPDATE, part of the ROWID contains invalid characters. ROWID must be expressed in the proper and expected format for ROWID and within quotes.

Action: Enter the ROWID just as it was returned in the SELECT FOR UPDATE.


ORA-01466 unable to read data - table definition has changed

Cause: This is a time-based read consistency error for a database object, such as a table or index. Either of the following may have happened:

The query was parsed and executed with a materialized view older than the time the object was changed.
The creation time-stamp of the object is greater than the current system time. This happens, for example, when the system time is set to a time earlier than the creation time of the object.
Action: If the cause is:

an old snapshot, then commit or rollback the transaction and resume work.
a creation time-stamp in the future, ensure the system time is set correctly.
If the object creation time-stamp is still greater than the system time, then export the object's data, drop the object, re-create the object so it has a new creation time-stamp, import the object's data, and resume work.


ORA-01467 sort key too long

Cause: A DISTINCT, GROUP BY, ORDER BY, or SET operation requires a sort key longer than that supported by Oracle. Either too many columns or too many group functions were specified in the SELECT statement.

Action: Reduce the number of columns or group functions involved in the operation.


ORA-01468 a predicate may reference only one outer-joined table

Cause: A predicate in the WHERE clause has two columns from different tables with "(+)".

Action: Change the WHERE clause so that each predicate has a maximum of one outer-join table.


ORA-01469 PRIOR can only be followed by a column name

Cause: An invalid column name was specified after the PRIOR keyword.

Action: Check syntax, spelling, use a valid column name, and try again.


ORA-01470 In-list iteration does not support mixed operators

Cause: Constants of different types are specified in an in-list.

Action: Use constants of same type for in-lists.


ORA-01471 cannot create a synonym with same name as object

Cause: An attempt was made to create a private synonym with the same name as the object to which it refers. This error typically occurs when a user attempts to create a private synonym with the same name as one of their objects.

Action: Choose a different synonym name or create the synonym under a different username.


ORA-01472 cannot use CONNECT BY on view with DISTINCT, GROUP BY, etc.

Cause: CONNECT BY cannot be used on a view where there is not a correspondence between output rows and rows of the underlying table.

Action: Remove the DISTINCT or GROUP BY from the view or move the CONNECT BY clause into the view.


ORA-01473 cannot have subqueries in CONNECT BY clause

Cause: Subqueries cannot be used in a CONNECT BY clause.

Action: Remove the subquery or move it to the WHERE clause.


ORA-01474 cannot have START WITH or PRIOR without CONNECT BY

Cause: START WITH and PRIOR are meaningful only in connection with CONNECT BY.

Action: Check the syntax for the SQL statement and add a CONNECT BY clause, if necessary.


ORA-01475 must reparse cursor to change bind variable datatype

Cause: After executing a statement, an attempt was made to rebind a bind variable with a datatype different from that of the original bind.

Action: Re-parse the cursor before rebinding with a different datatype.


ORA-01476 divisor is equal to zero

Cause: An expression attempted to divide by zero.

Action: Correct the expression, then retry the operation.


ORA-01477 user data area descriptor is too large

Cause: This is an internal error message not normally issued.

Action: Contact Oracle Support Services.


ORA-01478 array bind may not include any LONG columns

Cause: User is performing an array bind with a bind variable whose maximum size is greater than 2000 bytes.

Action: Such bind variables cannot participate in array binds. Use an ordinary bind operation instead.


ORA-01479 last character in the buffer is not Null

Cause: A bind variable of type 97 does not contain null at the last position.

Action: Make the last character null.


ORA-01480 trailing null missing from STR bind value

Cause: A bind variable of type 5 (null-terminated string) does not contain the terminating null in its buffer.

Action: Terminate the string with a null character.


ORA-01481 invalid number format model

Cause: An invalid format parameter was used with the TO_CHAR or TO_NUMBER function.

Action: Correct the syntax, then retry the operation.


ORA-01482 unsupported character set

Cause: The character set used to perform the operation, such as the CONVERT function, is not a supported character set.

Action: Use one of the supported character sets.


kkORA-01484 arrays can only be bound to PL/SQL statements

Cause: At attempt was made to bind an array to a non-PL/SQL statement.

Action: Rewrite the offending code being careful to bind arrays only to PL/SQL statements.


ORA-01485 compile bind length different from execute bind length

Cause: You bound a buffer of type DTYVCS (VARCHAR with the two byte length in front) and at execute time the length in the first two bytes is more than the maximum buffer length, given in the bind call. The number of elements in the array and the current number of elements in the array cannot be more than the maximum size of the array.

Action: Ensure that the buffer size is sufficiently large to contain the array plus two bytes for the buffer length.


ORA-01486 size of array element is too large

Cause: An attempt was made to bind a data value that was either too large for the datatype, for example, NUMBER, or was greater than 2000 bytes, for example, VARCHAR or LONG.

Action: Find a way to convert or truncate the data value so that its length is acceptable.


ORA-01487 packed decimal number too large for supplied buffer

Cause: A conversion request cannot be performed because the buffer is too small to hold the result.

Action: Increase the size of the buffer.


ORA-01488 invalid nibble or byte in the input data

Cause: A conversion request cannot be performed because a digit was invalid.

Action: Fix the number and retry.


ORA-01489 result of string concatenation is too long

Cause: String concatenation result is more than the maximum size.

Action: Make sure that the result is less than the maximum size.


ORA-01490 invalid ANALYZE command

Cause: The syntax of the ANALYZE command was incorrect.

Action: Check the syntax and enter the command using the correct syntax.


ORA-01491 CASCADE option not valid

Cause: The CASCADE option should be used only for tables or clusters.

Action: Do not use the CASCADE option in this manner. Check the syntax of the statement and then retry.


ORA-01492 LIST option not valid

Cause: The LIST option can be used only for tables or clusters.

Action: Do not use the LIST option in this manner. Check the syntax of the statement and then retry.


ORA-01493 invalid SAMPLE size specified

Cause: The specified SAMPLE size is out of range

Action: Specify a value within the proper range.


ORA-01494 invalid SIZE specified

Cause: The specified histogram SIZE value was out of range.

Action: Specify a value within the proper range.


ORA-01495 specified chain row table not found

Cause: The specified table either does not exist or user does not have the proper privileges.

Action: Specify the correct table to use.


ORA-01496 specified chain row table form incorrect

Cause: The specified table does not have the proper field definitions.

Action: Specify the correct table to use.


ORA-01497 illegal option for ANALYZE CLUSTER

Cause: The FOR COLUMNS column_list clause cannot be used with ANALYZE CLUSTER.

Action: Retry with a legal syntax.

For more information about ANALYZE CLUSTER, see the Oracle9i SQL Reference.


ORA-01498 block check failure - see trace file

Cause: An error occurred while checking a block with the ANALYZE command.

Action: Check the trace file for more descriptive messages about the problem. Correct these errors. The name of the trace file is operating system-specific, for example, ORAxxxx.TRC. It is found in the directory specified by the initialization parameter USER_DUMP_DEST. If USER_DUMP_DEST is not set, trace files are not created. It may be necessary to re-create the object. See also your operating system-specific Oracle documentation.


ORA-01499 table/index cross reference failure - see trace file

Cause: An error occurred when validating an index or a table using the ANALYZE command. One or more entries does not point to the appropriate cross-reference.

Action: Check the trace file for more descriptive messages about the problem. Correct these errors. The name of the trace file is operating system-specific, for example, ORAxxxx.TRC. It is found in the directory specified by the USER_DUMP_DEST initialization parameter. If USER_DUMP_DEST is not set, trace files are not created. It may be necessary to re-create the object. See also your operating system-specific Oracle documentation.


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