Oracle Database Errors or Warnings from Error ORA-12839 to ORA-12852

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ORA-12839: cannot modify an object in parallel after modifying it
Cause: Within the same transaction, an attempt was made to perform parallel modification operations on a table after it had been modified. This is not permitted.
Action: Rewrite the transaction or break it up into two transactions: one containing the parallel modification and the second containing the initial modification operation.
ORA-12840: cannot access a remote table after parallel/insert direct load txn
Cause: Within a transaction, an attempt was made to perform distributed access after a PDML or insert direct statement had been issued.
Action: Commit/rollback the PDML transaction first, and then perform the distributed access, or perform the distributed access before the first PDML statement in the transaction.
ORA-12841: Cannot alter the session parallel DML state within a transaction
Cause: Transaction in progress
Action: Commit or rollback transaction and then re-execute

ORA-12842: Cursor invalidated during parallel execution
Cause: The cursor was invalidated during the parse phase of deferred parallel processing, e.g. when set operands are parallelized.
Action: Depends on why the cursor was invalidated. Possible causes include DDL on a schema object and shared pool being flushed.
ORA-12843: pdml lock not held properly on the table
Cause: The coodinator crashed or released the lock on the partition which the slave is trying to aquire currently.
Action: Check if the coordinator or some of the other slaves died. Also check that the lock has not been corrupted. Issue the pdml again.
ORA-12844: cluster reconfiguration in progress
Cause: Internal error
Action: THIS IS NOT A USER ERROR NUMBER/MESSAGE. THIS DOES NOT NEED TO BE TRANSLATED OR DOCUMENTED. IT IS USED ONLY FOR INTERNAL ERROR.

ORA-12845: failed to receive interinstance parallel execution message
Cause: OS or interconnect problem receiving interinstance message
Action: Check OS specific diagnostics
ORA-12850: Could not allocate slaves on all specified instances: string needed, string allocated
Cause: When executing a query on a gv$ fixed view, one or more instances failed to allocate a slave to process query.
Action: Check trace output for instances on which slaves failed to start. GV$ query can only proceed if slaves can be allocated on all instances.
ORA-12851: PARALLEL_MAX_SERVERS must be greater than or equal to PARALLEL_MIN_SERVERS, string
Cause: An attempt was made to set the PARALLEL_MAX_SERVERS parameter to a value less than PARALLEL_MIN_SERVERS.
Action: Set PARALLEL_MAX_SERVERS to a value greater than or equal to PARALLEL_MIN_SERVERS value specified in the accompanying message and retry.
ORA-12852: PARALLEL_MIN_SERVERS must be less than PROCESSES, string
Cause: An attempt was made to set the PARALLEL_MIN_SERVERS parameter to a value higher than PROCESSES.
Action: Set PARALLEL_MIN_SERVERS to a value less than PROCESSES value specified in the accompanying message and retry.

Above are list of Oracle Database Errors or Warnings from Error ORA-12839 to ORA-12852 received while performing certain operation against Oracle Database or related products.

What are Oracle Database Error Messages?

Oracle Error Messages may be returned while using products which are part of Oracle Database.  Each Oracle Database Error or Warning Message mentioned above contains the Warning or Error Message Statement, a short explanation of the probable causes of the Error message, and a recommended action.

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Oracle Database Errors or Warnings from Error ORA-12829 to ORA-12838

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ORA-12829: Deadlock – itls occupied by siblings at block string of file string
Cause: parallel statement failed because all itls in the current block are occupied by siblings of the same transaction.
Action: increase MAXTRANS of the block or reduce the degree of parallelism for the statement. Reexecute the statement. Report suspicious events in trace file to Oracle Support Services if error persists.
ORA-12830: Must COMMIT or ROLLBACK after executing parallel INSERT/UPDATE/DELETE
Cause: After executing a parallel INSERT/UPDATE/DELETE statement, a command other than COMMIT or ROLLBACK was issued.
Action: Execute COMMIT or ROLLBACK before issuing another SQL command.
ORA-12831: Must COMMIT or ROLLBACK after executing INSERT with APPEND hint
Cause: After executing an INSERT statement with an APPEND hint, a command other than COMMIT or ROLLBACK was issued.
Action: Execute COMMIT or ROLLBACK before issuing another SQL command.

ORA-12832: Could not allocate slaves on all specified instances
Cause: After executing a query on a global v$ fixed view, one or more instances failed to allocate a slave to process query
Action: To allow results to be returned by sucessfully allocated slaves, execute ALTER SESSION SET ALLOW_PARTIAL_SN_RESULTS=TRUE statement, or check parameters of instances
ORA-12833: Coordinator’s instance not a member of parallel_instance_group
Cause: The coordinator’s instance must be a member of the parallel_instance_group in which this operation will be run.
Action: Either add the coordinator’s instance to the current parallel_instance_group or change parallel_instance_group.

ORA-12834: Instance group name, ‘string’, too long, must be less than string characters
Cause: The instance group name is too long.
Action: Either shorten the name or get rid of the instance group.
ORA-12835: No instances are active in the GLOBAL_VIEW_ADMIN_GROUP
Cause: There must be at least one instance in the GLOBAL_VIEW_ADMIN_GROUP in order to execute a query on global views
Action: Change the value of GLOBAL_VIEW_ADMIN_GROUP
ORA-12838: cannot read/modify an object after modifying it in parallel
Cause: Within the same transaction, an attempt was made to add read or modification statements on a table after it had been modified in parallel or with direct load. This is not permitted.
Action: Rewrite the transaction, or break it up into two transactions: one containing the initial modification and the second containing the parallel modification operation.

Above are list of Oracle Database Errors or Warnings from Error ORA-12829 to ORA-12838 received while performing certain operation against Oracle Database or related products.

What are Oracle Database Error Messages?

Oracle Error Messages may be returned while using products which are part of Oracle Database.  Each Oracle Database Error or Warning Message mentioned above contains the Warning or Error Message Statement, a short explanation of the probable causes of the Error message, and a recommended action.

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Oracle Database Errors or Warnings from Error ORA-12819 to ORA-12828

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ORA-12819: missing options in PARALLEL clause
Cause: PARALLEL clause cannot be empty.
Action: specify any combination of DEGREE { <n> | DEFAULT } and INSTANCES { <n> | DEFAULT } within the PARALLEL clause.
ORA-12820: invalid value for DEGREE
Cause: invalid value for DEGREE was specified within a PARALLEL clause.
Action: specify a positive integer or DEFAULT for the DEGREE option within a PARALLEL clause.
ORA-12821: invalid value for INSTANCES
Cause: invalid value for INSTANCES was specified within a PARALLEL clause.
Action: specify a positive integer or DEFAULT for the INSTANCES option within a PARALLEL clause.

ORA-12822: duplicate option in PARALLEL clause
Cause: DEGREE or INSTANCES was specified more than once within a PARALLEL clause.
Action: specify each desired PARALLEL clause option only once.
ORA-12823: default degree of parallelism may not be specified here
Cause: the PARALLEL keyword was used alone or DEGREE DEFAULT was specified in the PARALLEL clause of an ALTER DATABASE RECOVER command.
Action: respecify with an explicit degree of parallelism.
ORA-12824: INSTANCES DEFAULT may not be specified here
Cause: INSTANCES DEFAULT was specified in the PARALLEL clause of an ALTER DATABASE RECOVER command
Action: respecify with an explicit value for INSTANCES or omit the INSTANCES option if single instance recovery is desired.

ORA-12825: explicit degree of parallelism must be specified here
Cause: the DEGREE option was omitted from an ALTER DATABASE RECOVER command.
Action: respecify with an explicit degree of parallelism.
ORA-12826: hung parallel query server was killed
Cause: parallel query server was hung and subsequently killed.
Action: re-execute query and report suspicious events in trace file to Oracle Support Services if error persists.
ORA-12827: insufficient parallel query slaves available
Cause: PARALLEL_MIN_PERCENT parameter was specified and fewer than minimum slaves were acquired
Action: either re-execute query with lower PARALLEL_MIN_PERCENT or wait until some running queries are completed, thus freeing up slaves
ORA-12828: Can’t start parallel transaction at a remote site
Cause: PDML transaction cannot be started because we are not in the coordinator site of the distributed transaction.
Action: Do not use PDML at remote sites.

Above are list of Oracle Database Errors or Warnings from Error ORA-12819 to ORA-12828 received while performing certain operation against Oracle Database or related products.

What are Oracle Database Error Messages?

Oracle Error Messages may be returned while using products which are part of Oracle Database.  Each Oracle Database Error or Warning Message mentioned above contains the Warning or Error Message Statement, a short explanation of the probable causes of the Error message, and a recommended action.

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Oracle Database Errors or Warnings from Error ORA-12807 to ORA-12818

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ORA-12807: process queue could not receive parallel query message
Cause: Internal error.
Action: This error should not normally occur. If it persists, contact Oracle Support Services.
ORA-12808: cannot set string_INSTANCES greater than number of instances string
Cause: An attempt was made to set SCAN_INSTANCES or CACHE_INSTANCES using the ALTER SYSTEM command to a value larger than the number of available instances.
Action: See the accompanying message for the current allowable maximum value, or set SCAN_INSTANCES / CACHE_INSTANCES to ALL.
ORA-12809: cannot set string_INSTANCES when mounted in exclusive mode
Cause: An attempt was made to set SCAN_INSTANCES or CACHE_INSTANCES using the ALTER SYSTEM command while the database was mounted in exclusive mode.
Action: SCAN_INSTANCES / CACHE_INSTANCES may not be set unless running Oracle Real Application Clusters mounted in CLUSTER_DATABASE mode.

ORA-12810: PARALLEL_MAX_SERVERS must be less than or equal to string
Cause: An attempt was made to set the PARALLEL_MAX_SERVERS parameter to a value higher than the maximum allowed by the system.
Action: Set PARALLEL_MAX_SERVERS to a value less than or equal to the maximum specified in the accompanying message and retry.
ORA-12811: PARALLEL_MIN_SERVERS must be less than or equal to PARALLEL_MAX_SERVERS, string
Cause: An attempt was made to set the PARALLEL_MIN_SERVERS parameter to a value higher than PARALLEL_MAX_SERVERS.
Action: Set PARALLEL_MIN_SERVERS to a value less than or equal to PARALLEL_MAX_SERVERS (indicated in the accompanying message) and retry.
ORA-12812: only one 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 a CREATE TABLE, CLUSTER, or INDEX or in an ALTER TABLE or CLUSTER statement, or in a RECOVER command.
Action: Remove all but one of the PARALLEL or NOPARALLEL clauses and reissue the statement.

ORA-12813: value for PARALLEL or DEGREE must be greater than 0
Cause: PARALLEL 0 or DEGREE 0 was specified in a CREATE TABLE, CLUSTER, or INDEX or in an ALTER TABLE or CLUSTER statement.
Action: Specify a degree of parallelism greater than 0 or specify default parallelism using PARALLEL with no degree or using DEGREE DEFAULT within a PARALLEL clause.
ORA-12814: only one CACHE or NOCACHE clause may be specified
Cause: CACHE was specified more than once, NOCACHE was specified more than once, or both CACHE and NOCACHE were specified in a CREATE TABLE or CLUSTER, or in an ALTER TABLE or CLUSTER statement.
Action: Remove all but one of the CACHE or NOCACHE clauses and reissue the statement.
ORA-12815: value for INSTANCES must be greater than 0
Cause: PARALLEL parameter specifying number of instances must be a positive integer or DEFAULT
Action: specify a positive integer or DEFAULT for INSTANCES if parallelism across instances is desired.
ORA-12817: parallel query option must be enabled
Cause: A parallel query option feature has been invoked but this option has not been enabled.
Action: Enable the parallel query option.
ORA-12818: invalid option in PARALLEL clause
Cause: an unrecognized option was used within a PARALLEL clause.
Action: specify any combination of DEGREE { <n> | DEFAULT } and INSTANCES { <n> | DEFAULT } within the PARALLEL clause.

Above are list of Oracle Database Errors or Warnings from Error ORA-12807 to ORA-12818 received while performing certain operation against Oracle Database or related products.

What are Oracle Database Error Messages?

Oracle Error Messages may be returned while using products which are part of Oracle Database.  Each Oracle Database Error or Warning Message mentioned above contains the Warning or Error Message Statement, a short explanation of the probable causes of the Error message, and a recommended action.

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Oracle Database Errors or Warnings from Error ORA-12739 to ORA-12806

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ORA-12739: Express Instant Client: unsupported client character set string
Cause: The character set specified is not allowed for this operation or is invalid. Express Instant Client has only minimal character sets.
Action: Do not use Express Instant Client for this character set
ORA-12740: Express Instant Client: unsupported server national character set string
Cause: Only UTF8 and AL16UTF16 are allowed to be used as the national character set. Instant Client has only minimal character sets.
Action: Do not use Express Instant Client for this character set
ORA-12741: Express Instant Client: unsupported server character set string
Cause: The character set specified is not allowed for this operation or is invalid. Express Instant Client has only minimal character sets.
Action: Do not use Express Instant Light for this character set

ORA-12800: system appears too busy for parallel query execution
Cause: load on system is too high to perform parallel queries.
Action: re-execute serially or wait until system load is reduced.
ORA-12801: error signaled in parallel query server string
Cause: A parallel query server reached an exception condition.
Action: Check the following error message for the cause, and consult your error manual for the appropriate action.
ORA-12802: parallel query server lost contact with coordinator
Cause: A parallel query server lost contact with the foreground (coordinator) process/thread.
Action: Check your system for anomalies and reissue the statement. If this error persists, contact Oracle Support Services.

ORA-12803: parallel query server lost contact with another server
Cause: A parallel query server lost contact with another server.
Action: Check your system for anomalies and reissue the statement. If this error persists, contact Oracle Support Services.
ORA-12804: parallel query server appears to have died
Cause: Cannot find process information for a parallel query server thread.
Action: Check your system for anomalies and reissue the statement. If this error persists, contact Oracle Support Services.
ORA-12805: parallel query server died unexpectedly
Cause: A parallel query server died unexpectedly, PMON cleaning up the process.
Action: Check your system for anomalies and reissue the statement. If this error persists, contact Oracle Support Services. See trace file for more details.
ORA-12806: could not get background process to hold enqueue
Cause: Internal error.
Action: This error should not normally occur. If it persists, contact Oracle Support Services.

Above are list of Oracle Database Errors or Warnings from Error ORA-12739 to ORA-12806 received while performing certain operation against Oracle Database or related products.

What are Oracle Database Error Messages?

Oracle Error Messages may be returned while using products which are part of Oracle Database.  Each Oracle Database Error or Warning Message mentioned above contains the Warning or Error Message Statement, a short explanation of the probable causes of the Error message, and a recommended action.

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Oracle Database Errors or Warnings from Error ORA-12729 to ORA-12738

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ORA-12729: invalid character class in regular expression
Cause: An unknown character class was found in the regular expression.
Action: Ensure a valid characters class is being used.
ORA-12730: invalid equivalence class in regular expression
Cause: An unknown equivalence class was found in the regular expression.
Action: Ensure a valid equivalence class is being used.
ORA-12731: invalid collation class in regular expression
Cause: An unknown collation class was found in the regular expression.
Action: Ensure a valid collation class is being used.

ORA-12732: invalid interval value in regular expression
Cause: An invalid interval value was found in the regular expression.
Action: Ensure a valid interval value is being used.
ORA-12733: regular expression too long
Cause: The operation failed because the regular expression it used exceeds the maximum supported size.
Action: Use a shorter regular expression.
ORA-12734: Instant Client Light: unsupported client national character set string
Cause: Only UTF8 and AL16UTF16 are allowed to be used as the national character set. Instant Client Light has only minimal character sets.
Action: Do not use Instant Client Light for this character set

ORA-12735: Instant Client Light: unsupported client character set string
Cause: The character set specified is not allowed for this operation or is invalid. Instant Client Light has only minimal character sets.
Action: Do not use Instant Client Light for this character set
ORA-12736: Instant Client Light: unsupported server national character set string
Cause: Only UTF8 and AL16UTF16 are allowed to be used as the national character set. Instant Client Light has only minimal character sets.
Action: Do not use Instant Client Light for this character set
ORA-12737: Instant Client Light: unsupported server character set string
Cause: The character set specified is not allowed for this operation or is invalid. Instant Client Light has only minimal character sets.
Action: Do not use Instant Client Light for this character set
ORA-12738: Express Instant Client: unsupported client national character set string
Cause: Only UTF8 and AL16UTF16 are allowed to be used as the national character set. Instant Client has only minimal character sets.
Action: Do not use Express Instant Client for this character set

Above are list of Oracle Database Errors or Warnings from Error ORA-12729 to ORA-12738 received while performing certain operation against Oracle Database or related products.

What are Oracle Database Error Messages?

Oracle Error Messages may be returned while using products which are part of Oracle Database.  Each Oracle Database Error or Warning Message mentioned above contains the Warning or Error Message Statement, a short explanation of the probable causes of the Error message, and a recommended action.

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Oracle Database Errors or Warnings from Error ORA-12720 to ORA-12728

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ORA-12720: operation requires database is in EXCLUSIVE mode
Cause: This command can only be run when the database is in EXCLUSIVE mode
Action: Ensure that the system is in EXCLUSIVE mode
ORA-12721: operation cannot execute when other sessions are active
Cause: This command can only be run when there are no other sessions active
Action: Ensure there are no other connections to the database
ORA-12722: regular expression internal error
Cause: A regular expression internal error occurred.
Action: This is an internal error. Contact Oracle Support Services.

ORA-12723: regular expression too complex
Cause: The regular expression was too complex and could not be parsed.
Action: This is an internal error. Contact Oracle Support Services.
ORA-12724: regular expression corrupt
Cause: The regular expression contained an incorrect sequence of metacharacters.
Action: Ensure the metacharacters are correctly positioned.
ORA-12725: unmatched parentheses in regular expression
Cause: The regular expression did not have balanced parentheses.
Action: Ensure the parentheses are correctly balanced.

ORA-12726: unmatched bracket in regular expression
Cause: The regular expression did not have balanced brackets.
Action: Ensure the brackets are correctly balanced.
ORA-12727: invalid back reference in regular expression
Cause: A back references was found before a sub-expression.
Action: Ensure a valid sub-expression is being referenced.
ORA-12728: invalid range in regular expression
Cause: An invalid range was found in the regular expression.
Action: Ensure a valid range is being used.

Above are list of Oracle Database Errors or Warnings from Error ORA-12720 to ORA-12728 received while performing certain operation against Oracle Database or related products.

What are Oracle Database Error Messages?

Oracle Error Messages may be returned while using products which are part of Oracle Database.  Each Oracle Database Error or Warning Message mentioned above contains the Warning or Error Message Statement, a short explanation of the probable causes of the Error message, and a recommended action.

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Oracle Database Errors or Warnings from Error ORA-12710 to ORA-12719

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ORA-12710: CREATE CONTROLFILE character set is not known
Cause: The character set specified when creating the control file is unknown.
Action: None
ORA-12711: this CREATE CONTROLFILE character set is not allowed
Cause: It is not allowed to create a control file on a native ASCII-based machine using an EBCDIC-based character set, and vice versa.
Action: None
ORA-12712: new character set must be a superset of old character set
Cause: When you ALTER DATABASE … CHARACTER SET, the new character set must be a superset of the old character set. For example, WE8ISO8859P1 is not a superset of the WE8DEC.
Action: Specify a superset character set.

ORA-12713: Character data loss in NCHAR/CHAR conversion
Cause: When character set conversion happens between CHAR and NCHAR either implicitly or explicitly, some characters are lost due to no mapping characters in the destination character set.
Action: Make sure all the characters can be mapped to destination character set or set NLS_NCHAR_CONV_EXCP to be FALSE.
ORA-12714: invalid national character set specified
Cause: Only UTF8 and AL16UTF16 are allowed to be used as the national character set
Action: Ensure that the specified national character set is valid
ORA-12715: invalid character set specified
Cause: The character set specified is not allowed for this operation or is invalid
Action: Ensure that the specified character set is valid

ORA-12716: Cannot ALTER DATABASE CHARACTER SET when CLOB data exists
Cause: CLOB data changes representation to Unicode when converting to a multibyte character set and must be migrated
Action: Remove CLOB data as listed in the alert file. CLOB data can be migrated by methods such as import/export
ORA-12717: Cannot issue ALTER DATABASE NATIONAL CHARACTER SET when NCLOB, NCHAR or NVARCHAR2 data exists
Cause: NCLOB, NCHAR or NVARCHAR2 data changed the representation to Unicode when converting to a multibyte character set and must be migrated.
Action: Remove NCLOB, NCHAR or NVARCHAR2 data as listed in the alert file. The above type data can be migrated by methods such as import/export.
ORA-12718: operation requires connection as SYS
Cause: This command can only be run when connecting as SYS
Action: Connect as SYS to run this command
ORA-12719: operation requires database is in RESTRICTED mode
Cause: This command can only be run when the database is in RESTRICTED mode
Action: Ensure that the system is in RESTRICTED mode

Above are list of Oracle Database Errors or Warnings from Error ORA-12710 to ORA-12719 received while performing certain operation against Oracle Database or related products.

What are Oracle Database Error Messages?

Oracle Error Messages may be returned while using products which are part of Oracle Database.  Each Oracle Database Error or Warning Message mentioned above contains the Warning or Error Message Statement, a short explanation of the probable causes of the Error message, and a recommended action.

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Common MYSQL Error – Can’t create/write to file

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If you get an error of the following type for some queries, it means that MySQL cannot create a temporary file for the result set in the temporary directory:

Can’t create/write to file ‘\\sqla3fe_0.ism’.
The preceding error is a typical message for Windows; the Unix message is similar.

One fix is to start mysqld with the –tmpdir option or to add the option to the [mysqld] section of your option file. For example, to specify a directory of C:\temp, use these lines:

[mysqld]
tmpdir=C:/temp
The C:\temp directory must exist and have sufficient space for the MySQL server to write to. “Using Option Files”.

Another cause of this error can be permissions issues. Make sure that the MySQL server can write to the tmpdir directory.

Check also the error code that you get with perror. One reason the server cannot write to a table is that the file system is full:

shell> perror 28
OS error code 28: No space left on device
If you get an error of the following type during startup, it indicates that the file system or directory used for storing data files is write protected. Providing the write error is to a test file, This error is not serious and can be safely ignored.

Can’t create test file /usr/local/mysql/data/master.lower-test

What are MYSQL Errors?

MySQL programs have access to several types of error information when the server returns an error.

The MYSQL message displayed contains three types of information:
A numeric error code. This number is MySQL-specific and is not portable to other database systems.
A five-character SQLSTATE value. The values are specified by ANSI SQL and ODBC and are more standardized. Not all MySQL error numbers are mapped to SQLSTATE error codes.
A message string that provides a textual description of the error.
When an error occurs, you can access the MySQL error code, the SQLSTATE value, and the message string using C API functions:
MySQL error code: Call mysql_errno()
SQLSTATE value: Call mysql_sqlstate()
Error message: Call mysql_error()

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Oracle Database Errors or Warnings from Error ORA-12700 to ORA-12709

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ORA-12700: invalid NLSS parameter value (string)
Cause: An invalid or unknown NLS configuration parameter was specified.
Action: None
ORA-12701: CREATEE DATABASEE character set is not known
Cause: The character set specified when creating the database is unknown.
Action: None
ORA-12702: invalid NLSS parameter string used in SQL function
Cause: An unknown parameter name or invalid value is specified in a NLS parameter string.
Action: None

ORA-12703: this character set conversion is not supported
Cause: The requested conversion between two character sets in the CONVERTT function is not implemented
Action: None
ORA-12704: character set mismatch
Cause: One of the following:
– The string operands(other than an nlsparams argument) to an operator or built-in function do not have the same character set.

– An nlsparams operand is not in the database character set.

– String data with character set other than the database character set is passed to a built-in function not expecting it.

– The second argument to CHRR() or CSCONVERTT() is not CHAR_CSS or NCHAR_CSS.

– A string expression in the VALUES clause of an INSERT statement, or the SET clause of an UPDATE statement, does not have the same character set as the column into which the value would be inserted.

– A value provided in a DEFAULT clause when creating a table does not have the same character set as declared for the column.

– An argument to a PL/SQL function does not conform to the character set requirements of the corresponding parameter.

Action: None
ORA-12705: Cannot access NLS data files or invalid environment specified
Cause: Either an attempt was made to issue an ALTERR SESSION command with an invalid NLS parameter or value; or the environment variable(s) NLS_LANG, ORA_NLSxx, or ORACLE_HOMEE was incorrectly specified, therefore the NLS data files cannot be located.
Action: Check the syntax of the ALTERR SESSION command and the NLS parameter, correct the syntax and retry the statement, or specify the correct directory path/values in the environment variables.

ORA-12706: this CREATEE DATABASE character set is not allowed
Cause: It is not allowed to create a database on a native ASCII-based machine using an EBCDIC-based character set, and vice versa.
Action: None
ORA-12707: error while getting create database NLSS parameter string
Cause: Internal error
Action: None
ORA-12708: error while loading create database NLSS parameter string
Cause: Internal error
Action: None
ORA-12709: error while loading create database character set
Cause: Internal error
Action: None

Above are list of Oracle Database Errors or Warnings from Error ORA-12700 to ORA-12709 received while performing certain operation against Oracle Database or related products.

What are Oracle Database Error Messages?

Oracle Error Messages may be returned while using products which are part of Oracle Database.  Each Oracle Database Error or Warning Message mentioned above contains the Warning or Error Message Statement, a short explanation of the probable causes of the Error message, and a recommended action.

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