Oracle Database Errors or Warnings from Error ORA-06511 to ORA-06520

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ORA-06511: PL/SQL: cursor already open
Cause: An attempt was made to open a cursor that was already open.
Action: Close cursor first before reopening.
ORA-06512: at stringline string
Cause: Backtrace message as the stack is unwound by unhandled exceptions.
Action: Fix the problem causing the exception or write an exception handler for this condition. Or you may need to contact your application administrator or DBA.
ORA-06513: PL/SQL: index for PL/SQL table out of range for host language array
Cause: An attempt is being made to copy a PL/SQL table to a host language array. But an index in the table is either less than one or greater than the maximum size of the host language array. When copying PL/SQL tables to host language arrays, the table entry at index 1 is placed in the first element of the array, the entry at index 2 is placed in the second element of the array, etc. If an table entry has not been assigned then the corresponding element in the host language array is set to null.
Action: Increase size of host language array, or decrease size of PL/SQL table. Also make sure that you don’t use index values less than 1.

ORA-06514: PL/SQL: The remote call cannot be handled by the server
Cause: The remote call has parameters that are cursor variables or lob variables. This cannot be handled by stored procedures on your server.
Action: Avoid using cursor variables or lob variables as parameters for stored procedures on this server or upgrade your server to a version that supports this.
ORA-06515: PL/SQL: unhandled exception string
Cause: An exception was raised by PL/SQL code, but not handled. The exception number is outside the legal range of Oracle errors.
Action: Fix the problem causing the exception or write an exception handler for this condition. Or you may need to contact your application administrator or DBA.
ORA-06516: PL/SQL: the Probe packages do not exist or are invalid
Cause: A Probe operation, probably an attempt to initialize the ORACLE server to debug PL/SQL, could not be completed because the Probe packages were not loaded or have become invalid.
Action: DBA should load the Probe packages. This can be done by running the pbload.sql script supplied with the RDBMS.

ORA-06517: PL/SQL: Probe error – string
Cause: An error occurred while passing a Probe operation to the server for execution.
Action: Refer to the entry for the embedded error message.
ORA-06518: PL/SQL: Probe version string incompatible with version string
Cause: The current version of Probe is incompatible with the version on the ORACLE server.
Action: Refer to the documentation to ensure that this degree of compatibility is supported.
ORA-06519: active autonomous transaction detected and rolled back
Cause: Before returning from an autonomous PL/SQL block, all autonomous transactions started within the block must be completed (either committed or rolled back). If not, the active autonomous transaction is implicitly rolled back and this error is raised.
Action: Ensure that before returning from an autonomous PL/SQL block, any active autonomous transactions are explicitly committed or rolled back. ———————————————————————– 06520 through 06529 reserved for Foreign function errors
ORA-06520: PL/SQL: Error loading external library
Cause: An error was detected by PL/SQL trying to load the external library dynamically.
Action: Check the stacked error (if any) for more details.

Above are list of Oracle Database Errors or Warnings from Error ORA-06511 to ORA-06520 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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