Oracle Database Errors or Warnings from Error ORA-13419 to ORA-13428

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ORA-13419: cannot perform mosaick operation on the specified table column
Cause: An attempt to perform a mosaick operation failed because the GeoRaster objects in the specified table column did not meet necessary conditions.
Action: Check the documentation for SDO_GEOR.Mosaick for details.
ORA-13420: the SRID of the geometry parameter was not null
Cause: The input geometry must be in the GeoRaster cell space, which has a null SRID value.
Action: Make sure the geometry parameter has a null SRID.
ORA-13421: NULL or invalid cell value
Cause: The cell value was NULL or out-of-scope.
Action: Make sure the cell value is not NULL and is in the range as designated by the cellDepth definition of the specified GeoRaster object.

ORA-13422: invalid model coordinate parameter
Cause: The model coordinate array parameter had the wrong length or had null ordinate element(s).
Action: Make sure the model coordinate parameter is valid.
ORA-13423: invalid cell coordinate parameter
Cause: The cell coordinate array parameter had the wrong length or had null ordinate element(s).
Action: Make sure the cell coordinate parameter is valid.
ORA-13424: the GeoRaster object is not spatially referenced
Cause: The GeoRaster object was not spatially referenced.
Action: Make sure the GeoRaster object is spatially referenced.

ORA-13425: invalid background filling value parameter
Cause: The background filling value parameter was invalid either because the array had the wrong size or because some of the element values were invalid.
Action: Make sure the parameter that specifies the background filling value is valid. The size of the array must equal to either 1 (the value is for all bands) or the exact band dimension size. The element values must be valid cell values as determined by the cell depth.
ORA-13426: invalid window parameter
Cause: The specified window parameter was invalid.
Action: Specify a valid window parameter. Check the documentation for details.
ORA-13427: invalid bitmap mask
Cause: The bitmap mask was not a valid 1BIT GeoRaster object, or it had the wrong dimension sizes.
Action: Make sure the bitmap mask is a valid 1BIT GeoRaster object with only one band, and the row and column dimension sizes of the bitmap mask are the same as those of the target GeoRaster object.
ORA-13428: invalid modelCoordinateLocation
Cause: The program [or user] specified a modelCoordinateLocation that is not supported, or the modelCoordinateLocation of the GeoRaster object was wrong.
Action: Set or specify the modelCoordinateLocation to be CENTER (0) or UPPERLEFT (1).

Above are list of Oracle Database Errors or Warnings from Error ORA-13419 to ORA-13428 received while performing certain operation against Oracle Database or related products.

What are Oracle Database Error Messages?

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Oracle Database Errors or Warnings from Error ORA-13409 to ORA-13418

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ORA-13409: null or invalid pyramidLevel parameter
Cause: The specified pyramidLevel parameter was null or invalid.
Action: Make sure the pyramidLevel parameter specifies a valid pyramid level value for the GeoRaster object.
ORA-13410: invalid layerNumbers or bandNumbers parameter
Cause: The layerNumbers or bandNumbers parameter was invalid.
Action: Check the documentation and make sure the layerNumbers or bandNumbers parameter is valid.
ORA-13411: subset results in null data set
Cause: The intersection of cropArea and source GeoRaster object was null.
Action: Check the documentation, and make sure the cropArea parameter is correct.

ORA-13412: invalid scale parameterstring
Cause: The scale parameter contained an invalid specification.
Action: Check the documentation, and make sure the scale parameter is correct.
ORA-13413: null or invalid resampling parameter
Cause: The resampling parameter was null or invalid.
Action: Check the documentation, and make sure the resampling parameter is correct.
ORA-13414: invalid pyramid parameter
Cause: The pyramid parameter was invalid.
Action: Check the documentation, and make sure the pyramid parameter is correct.

ORA-13415: invalid or out of scope point specification
Cause: The point position specified by the <ptGeom, layerNumber> or <rowNumber, colNumber, bandNumber> parameter combination was invalid or out of scope.
Action: Make sure the parameter(s) specify a valid point that is or can be translated into a cell position inside the cell space of the GeoRaster object.
ORA-13416: invalid geometry parameter
Cause: The geometry parameter did not specify a valid single-point geometry.
Action: Specify a valid single-point geometry.
ORA-13417: null or invalid layerNumber parameter
Cause: The layerNumber parameter was null or out of scope.
Action: Specify a valid layerNumber parameter.
ORA-13418: null or invalid parameter(s) for set functions
Cause: A parameter for set metadata operations was null or invalid.
Action: Check the documentation for information about the parameters.

Above are list of Oracle Database Errors or Warnings from Error ORA-13409 to ORA-13418 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-13391 to ORA-13408

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ORA-13391: string
Cause: An attempt was made to violate GeoRaster management restrictions.
Action: Check the documentation for more detailed information.
ORA-13400: duplicate entry for string in USER_SDO_GEOR_SYSDATA view
Cause: The current operation caused a duplicate RASTER_DATA_TABLE and RASTER_ID combination to be inserted into the USER_SDO_GEOR_SYSDATA view.
Action: Ensure that the RASTER_DATA_TABLE and RASTER_ID combination to be inserted into the USER_SDO_GEOR_SYSDATA view is unique.
ORA-13401: duplicate entry for string in USER_SDO_GEOR_SYSDATA view
Cause: The RASTER_DATA_TABLE and RASTER_ID columns contained the same information in two or more rows in the USER_SDO_GEOR_SYSDATA view.
Action: Ensure that the RASTER_DATA_TABLE and RASTER_ID columns in the USER_SDO_GEOR_SYSDATA view contain the correct information, and that the value pair is unique for each row.

ORA-13402: the rasterType is null or not supported
Cause: The specified rasterType was null or not supported.
Action: Check the documentation for the rasterType number and/or formats supported by GeoRaster.
ORA-13403: invalid rasterDataTable specification: string
Cause: Each GeoRaster object must have an associated raster data table whose name is unique among raster data table names in the database. If the GeoRaster object is not empty and not blank, the raster data table must exist, be visible in the current schema, be defined in the same schema as the GeoRaster data table, and be an object table of SDO_RASTER type. However, one or more of these requirements were not met.
Action: Check the rasterDataTable specification and ensure that all relevant raster data table requirements are met.
ORA-13404: invalid ultCoordinate parameter
Cause: The ultCoordinate array parameter had the wrong length or contained an invalid value.
Action: Check the documentation, and make sure the ultCoordinate parameter is correct.

ORA-13405: null or invalid dimensionSize parameter
Cause: The dimensionSize array parameter was null, had the wrong length, or contained an invalid value.
Action: Check the documentation, and make sure the dimensionSize parameter is correct.
ORA-13406: null or invalid GeoRaster object for output
Cause: The GeoRaster object for output was null or invalid.
Action: Make sure the GeoRaster object for output has been initialized properly.
ORA-13407: invalid storage parameterstring
Cause: The storage parameter contained an invalid specification.
Action: Check the documentation, and make sure the storage parameter is correct.
ORA-13408: invalid blockSize storage parameter
Cause: The blockSize storage parameter had the wrong length or contained invalid value.
Action: Check the documentation, and make sure the blockSize storage parameter is correct.

Above are list of Oracle Database Errors or Warnings from Error ORA-13391 to ORA-13408 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-13361 to ORA-13370

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ORA-13361: not enough sub-elements within a compound ETYPE
Cause: The compound type declare more sub-elements than actually defined.
Action: Confirm that the number of sub-elements is consistent with the compound type declaration.
ORA-13362: disjoint sub-element in a compound polygon
Cause: Compound polygon must describe an enclosed area.
Action: Confirm that all sub-elements are connected.
ORA-13363: no valid ETYPE in the geometry
Cause: None of the ETYPEs within the geometry is supported.
Action: Confirm that there is at least one valid ETYPE.

ORA-13364: layer dimensionality does not match geometry dimensions
Cause: The spatial layer has a geometry with a different dimensions than the dimensions specified for the layer.
Action: Make sure that all geometries in a layer have the same dimensions and that they match the dimensions in the SDO_DIM_ARRAY object for the layer in the USER_SDO_GEOM_METADATA view.
ORA-13365: layer SRID does not match geometry SRID
Cause: The spatial layer has a geometry with a different SRID than the SRID specified for the layer.
Action: Make sure that all geometries in a layer have the same SRID and that the SRIDs match the SRID for the layer in the USER_SDO_GEOM_METADATA view.
ORA-13366: invalid combination of interior exterior rings
Cause: In an Oracle Spatial geometry, interior and exterior rings are not used consistently.
Action: Make sure that the interior rings corresponding to an exterior ring follow the exterior ring in the ordinate array.

ORA-13367: wrong orientation for interior/exterior rings
Cause: In an Oracle Spatial geometry, the exterior and/or interior rings are not oriented correctly.
Action: Be sure that the exterior rings are oriented counterclockwise and the interior rings are oriented clockwise.
ORA-13368: simple polygon type has more than one exterior ring
Cause: In a polygon geometry there is more than one exterior ring.
Action: Set the type to be multipolygon if more than one exterior ring is present in the geometry.
ORA-13369: invalid value for etype in the 4-digit format
Cause: A 4-digit etype for a non-polygon type element is used, or the orientation is not a valid orientation for interior/exterior rings of the polygon.
Action: Correct the geometry definition.
ORA-13370: failure in applying 3D LRS functions
Cause: Only non-geodetic 3D line string geometries (made of line segments) are supported for 3D LRS functions.
Action: Check the geometry and element types and the SRID values.

Above are list of Oracle Database Errors or Warnings from Error ORA-13361 to ORA-13370 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-13351 to ORA-13360

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ORA-13351: two or more rings of a complex polygon overlap
Cause: The inner or outer rings of a complex polygon overlap.
Action: All rings of a complex polygon must be disjoint. Correct the geometric definition of the object.
ORA-13352: the coordinates do not describe a circle
Cause: The set of coordinates used to describe a circle are incorrect.
Action: Confirm that the set of coordinates actually represent points on the circumference of a circle.

ORA-13353: ELEM_INFO_ARRAY not grouped in threes
Cause: The ELEM_INFO_ARRAY in an SDO_GEOMETRY definition has more or fewer elements than expected.
Action: Confirm that the number of elements in ELEM_INFO_ARRAY is divisible by 3.
ORA-13354: incorrect offset in ELEM_INFO_ARRAY
Cause: The offset field in ELEM_INFO_ARRAY of an SDO_GEOMETRY definition references an invalid array subscript in SDO_ORDINATE_ARRAY.
Action: Confirm that the offset is a valid array subscript in SDO_ORDINATE_ARRAY.
ORA-13355: SDO_ORDINATE_ARRAY not grouped by number of dimensions specified
Cause: The number of elements in SDO_ORDINATE_ARRAY is not a multiple of the number of dimensions supplied by the user.
Action: Confirm that the number of dimensions is consistent with data representation in SDO_ORDINATE_ARRAY.

ORA-13356: adjacent points in a geometry are redundant
Cause: There are repeated points in the sequence of coordinates.
Action: Remove the redundant point.
ORA-13357: extent type does not contain 2 points
Cause: Extent type should be represented by two points: lower left and upper right.
Action: Confirm that there are only two points for an extent type.
ORA-13358: circle type does not contain 3 points
Cause: Circle type should be represented by three distinct points on the circumference.
Action: Confirm that there are only three points for a circle type.
ORA-13359: extent does not have an area
Cause: The two points representing the extent are identical.
Action: Confirm that the two points describing the extent type are distinct.
ORA-13360: invalid subtype in a compound type
Cause: This subtype is not allowed within the ETYPE specified.
Action: Check the Oracle Spatial documentation for type definitions.

Above are list of Oracle Database Errors or Warnings from Error ORA-13351 to ORA-13360 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-13341 to ORA-13350

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ORA-13341: a line geometry has fewer than two coordinates
Cause: A geometry, specified as being a line, has fewer than two coordinates in its definition.
Action: A line must consist of at least two distinct coordinates. Correct the geometric definition, or set the appropriate SDO_GTYPE or SDO_ETYPE attribute for this geometry.
ORA-13342: an arc geometry has fewer than three coordinates
Cause: A geometry, specified as being an arc, has fewer than three coordinates in its definition.
Action: An arc must consist of at least three distinct coordinates. Correct the geometric definition, or set the appropriate SDO_GTYPE or SDO_ETYPE attribute for this geometry.
ORA-13343: a polygon geometry has fewer than four coordinates
Cause: A geometry, specified as being a polygon, has fewer than four coordinates in its definition.
Action: A polygon must consist of at least four distinct coordinates. Correct the geometric definition, or set the appropriate SDO_GTYPE or SDO_ETYPE attribute for this geometry.

ORA-13344: an arcpolygon geometry has fewer than five coordinates
Cause: A geometry, specified as being an arcpolygon, has fewer than five coordinates in its definition.
Action: An arcpolygon must consist of at least five coordinates. An arcpolygon consists of an ordered sequence of arcs, each of which must be described using three coordinates. Since arcs are connected the end-point of the first is the start of the second and does not have to be repeated. Correct the geometric definition, or set the appropriate SDO_GTYPE or SDO_ETYPE attribute for this geometry.
ORA-13345: a compound polygon geometry has fewer than five coordinates
Cause: A geometry, specified as being a compound polygon, has fewer than five coordinates in its definition.
Action: A compound polygon must contain at least five coordinates. A compound polygon consists of at least one arc and one line, each of which must be described using three and at least two distinct coordinates respectively. Correct the geometric definition, or set the appropriate SDO_GTYPE or SDO_ETYPE attribute for this geometry.
ORA-13346: the coordinates defining an arc are collinear
Cause: Invalid definition of an arc. An arc is defined using three non-collinear coordinates.
Action: Alter the definition of the arc, or set the SDO_ETYPE or SDO_GTYPE to the line type.

ORA-13347: the coordinates defining an arc are not distinct
Cause: Two or more of the three points defining an arc are the same.
Action: Alter the definition of the arc to ensure that three distinct coordinate values are used.
ORA-13348: polygon boundary is not closed
Cause: The boundary of a polygon does not close.
Action: Alter the coordinate values or the definition of the SDO_GTYPE or SDO_ETYPE attribute of the geometry.
ORA-13349: polygon boundary crosses itself
Cause: The boundary of a polygon intersects itself.
Action: Correct the geometric definition of the object.
ORA-13350: two or more rings of a complex polygon touch
Cause: The inner or outer rings of a complex polygon touch.
Action: All rings of a complex polygon must be disjoint. Correct the geometric definition of the object.

Above are list of Oracle Database Errors or Warnings from Error ORA-13341 to ORA-13350 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-13330 to ORA-13340

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ORA-13330: invalid MASK
Cause: The MASK passed to the RELATE function is not valid.
Action: Verify that the mask is not NULL. See the Oracle Spatial documentation for a list of supported masks.
ORA-13331: invalid LRS segment
Cause: The given LRS segment was not a valid line string.
Action: A valid LRS geometric segment is a line string geometry in Oracle Spatial. It could be a simple or compound line string (made of lines or arcs, or both). The dimension information must include the measure dimension as the last element in the Oracle Spatial metadata. Currently, the number of dimensions for an LRS segment must be greater than 2 (x/y or longitude/latitude, plus measure)
ORA-13332: invalid LRS point
Cause: The specified LRS point was not a point geometry with measure information.
Action: Check the given point geometry. A valid LRS point is a point geometry in Oracle Spatial with an additional dimension for measure.

ORA-13333: invalid LRS measure
Cause: The given measure for linear referencing was out of range.
Action: Redefine the measure.
ORA-13334: LRS segments not connected
Cause: The specified geometric segments are not connected.
Action: Check the start/end points of the given geometric segments.
ORA-13335: LRS measure information not defined
Cause: The measure information of a geometric segment was not assigned (IS NULL).
Action: Assign/define the measure information. An LRS geometric segment is defined if its start and end measure are assigned (non-null).

ORA-13336: failure in converting standard diminfo/geometry to LRS dim/geom
Cause: There is no room for the measure dimension in the given diminfo, or the specified standard geometry is not a point a line string.
Action: Check if the diminfo dimensions are less than 3 or if the geometry type is point or line string.
ORA-13337: failure in concatenating LRS polygons
Cause: LRS concatenation involving LRS polygons is not supported.
Action: Check the geometry and element types to make sure the concatenate operation is not called with a polygon type.
ORA-13338: failure in reversing LRS polygon/collection geometry
Cause: Reversing an LRS polygon/collection geometry produces an invalid geometry.
Action: Check the geometry type to make sure this operation is called on non-polygon geometries.
ORA-13339: LRS polygon clipping across multiple rings
Cause: Clipping (dynseg) a polygon across multiple rings is not allowed.
Action: Polygon clipping is allowed only for a single ring.
ORA-13340: a point geometry has more than one coordinate
Cause: A geometry, specified as being a point, has more than one coordinate in its definition.
Action: A point has only one coordinate. If this geometry is intended to represent a point cluster, line, or polygon, set the appropriate SDO_GTYPE or SDO_ETYPE value. If this is a single point object, remove the extraneous coordinates from its definition.

Above are list of Oracle Database Errors or Warnings from Error ORA-13330 to ORA-13340 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-13290 to ORA-13304

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ORA-13290: the specified unit is not supported
Cause: An Oracle Spatial function was called with an unknown UNIT value.
Action: Check Spatial documentation for the supported units, and call the function with the correct UNIT parameter.
ORA-13291: conversion error between the specified unit and standard unit
Cause: Cannot convert the specified unit from/to standard unit for linear distance, angle, or area.
Action: Check the unit specification and respecify it.
ORA-13292: incorrect ARC_TOLERANCE specification
Cause: When a SDO_BUFFER or SDO_AGGR_BUFFER function is called on a geodetic geometry, or SDO_ARC_DENSIFY is called, ARC_TOLERANCE must be specified, and it should not be less than the tolerance specified for the geometry.
Action: Check ARC_TOLERANCE specification and make sure it is correct.

ORA-13293: cannot specify unit for geometry without a georeferenced SRID
Cause: An Oracle Spatial function with a UNIT parameter was called on a geometry without a georeferenced SRID.
Action: Make sure that spatial functions with UNIT parameters are only called on geometries with georeferenced SRIDs.
ORA-13294: cannot transform geometry containing circular arcs
Cause: It is impossible to transform a 3-point representation of a circular arc without distortion.
Action: Make sure a geometry does not contain circular arcs.
ORA-13295: geometry objects are in different coordinate systems
Cause: An Oracle Spatial function was called with two geometries that have different SRIDs.
Action: Transform geometry objects to be in the same coordinate system and call the spatial function.

ORA-13296: incorrect coordinate system specification
Cause: Wrong numbers in WKT for Earth radius or flattening for the current SRID.
Action: Check WKT in the MDSYS.CS_SRS table for Earth radius and inverse flattening.
ORA-13300: single point transform error
Cause: Low-level coordinate transformation error trap.
Action: Check the accompanying error messages.
ORA-13303: failure to retrieve a geometry object from a table
Cause: OCI internal error.
Action: Contact Oracle Support Services with the exact error message text.
ORA-13304: failure to insert a transformed geometry object in a table
Cause: OCI internal error.
Action: Contact Oracle Support Services with the exact error message text.

Above are list of Oracle Database Errors or Warnings from Error ORA-13290 to ORA-13304 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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