Oracle Database Errors or Warnings from Error ORA-01321 to ORA-01332
ORA-01321: No Logminer Dictionary for requested start SCN
Cause: The requested session start SCN is less than the SCN of any available Logminer Dictionary build. It is not possible to unwind a Logminer Dictionary to the requested start SCN.
Action: Re-issue the start_logminer request with a start SCN for which a Logminer Dictionary is available.
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 valid table name.
ORA-01323: Invalid state
Cause: A Logminer routine was called from the wrong state.
ORA-01324: cannot add file string due to DB_ID mismatch
Cause: The logfile is 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: Database does not have archivelog mode enabled.
Action: Mount the database, then issue commands to enable archivelog mode. startup pfile=init.ora mount alter database archivelog alter database open
ORA-01326: compatability of 9.0 or greater required to build into the logstream
Cause: Compatibility mode set to some value less than 9.0
Action: Ensure that init.ora parameter establishing a compatability of 9.0 or greater is set. For example: compatible=22.214.171.124.0
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 processes is simultaneously attempting to run build();
Action: Wait until the other processes completes.
ORA-01329: unable to truncate required build table
Cause: The table may be missing, or locked by another user.
ORA-01332: internal Logminer Dictionary error
Cause: Unexpected error condition
Action: Check trace and/or alert logs
Above are list of Oracle Database Errors or Warnings from Error ORA-01321 to ORA-01332 received while performing certain operation against Oracle Database or related products.
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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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