Oracle Database Errors or Warnings from Error ORA-10945 to ORA-12003

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ORA-10945: trace name context forever
Cause: When enabled, disables the behaviour change introduced by the fix for bug 822764, which traps and handles invalidations of packages whereas the previous behaviour was to use stale invalidated instantiations of the stateful package body.
Action: set this event ONLY if necessary – after reading the README for this release or under supervision of Oracle Support.
ORA-10946: trace name context forever
Cause: When enabled, disables one or more features or bug fixes available only in version 10.x.
Action: set this event ONLY if necessary – after reading the README for this release or under supervision of Oracle Support.
ORA-10947: trace name context forever
Cause: When enabled, causes various PL/SQL warnings related debugging info to be written in a trace file. Useful for debugging varous Oracle processes. available only in version 10.x.
Action: set this event ONLY if necessary – after reading the README for this release or under supervision of Oracle Support.

ORA-10970: backout event for bug 2133357
Cause: 2133357 dynamically sets the varying width flag and character width. Lob data which is not migrated during migration from single byte to multibyte charater set will be displayed as special characters.
Action: To help migrate lob data which was not migrated during migration by backing out 2133357, so lob data can be selected and moved to multibyte character set.
ORA-10973: backout evet for 2619509
Cause: 2619509 catches offsets when not reading/writing on full character boundary. To facilitate backward compatiblity event is being introduced.
Action: To help upgrade/migrate issues which already have corrupt data
ORA-10979: trace flags for join index implementation
Cause: This is an informational message.
Action: Values are as follows: LEVEL ACTION ————————————————————————— > 1 Dump refresh expressions (SQL) to trace file. > 999 If a complete refresh is invoked, it will not be performed but the system will assume that a complete refresh was done, causing the view to be VALID and updating timestamps. This should be used only under Oracle Support supervision.

ORA-10997: another startup/shutdown operation of this instance inprogress
Cause: An Oracle Instance startup or shutdown operation failed to procure the serialization primitive. Another foreground process may have attempted startup or shutdown operation in parallel.
Action: Check additional error messages in the alert log and the process trace file.
ORA-12001: cannot create log: table ‘string’ already has a trigger
Cause: Materialized view logs are filled by a trigger on the master table. That trigger cannot be created.
Action: To create a materialized view log, drop the current trigger on the master.
ORA-12002: there is no materialized view log on table “string”.”string”
Cause: There was no materialized view log on the master table.
Action: Create a materialized view log on the master table.
ORA-12003: materialized view “string”.”string” does not exist
Cause: The materialized view with the given owner and name does not exist.
Action: Verify inputs and create a materialized view.

Above are list of Oracle Database Errors or Warnings from Error ORA-10945 to ORA-12003 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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