Oracle Database Errors or Warnings from Error ORA-12490 to ORA-12497

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ORA-12490: DBHIGH cannot be lowered
Cause: You attempted to enter a value for DBHIGH that did not dominate the existing value of DBHIGH.
Action: Enter a value for DBHIGH that dominates the old value.
ORA-12491: DBHIGH value does not dominate DBLOW
Cause: You attempted to enter a value for DBHIGH that did not dominate DBLOW.
Action: Enter a value for DBHIGH that dominates DBLOW.
ORA-12492: DBLOW cannot be changed
Cause: You attempted to change the value of DBLOW after it had been set to any initial value. DBLOW can only be set once after initial database creation.
Action: To change DBLOW, you have to create a new database, set DBLOW to the new value, and import your data into the new database.

ORA-12493: invalid MLS binary label
Cause: The MLS binary label contained an invalid value, was not the correct size, or contained a level, category, or release category that was not enabled.
Action: Check the DBA_MLS_LABELS view for the valid MLS labels.
ORA-12494: cannot insert or delete a level, category, or release category
Cause: You attempted to insert or delete a level, category, or release category definition.
Action: If the label definition is no longer valid, change its name to one that identifies it as invalid. When any labels are converted to character strings, the new label definition will be used.
ORA-12495: cannot disable an enabled level, category, or release category
Cause: You attempted to disable a level, category, or release category that had previously been enabled. An enabled label definition may be exist in some database label, so cannot be disabled.
Action: If the label definition is no longer valid, change its name to one that identifies it as invalid. When any labels are converted to character strings, the new label definition will be used.

ORA-12496: cannot change existing level, category, or release numbers
Cause: You attempted to change the number assigned to level, category or releasability category.
Action: Change the character string representations, not the numbers.
ORA-12497: maximum combined categories exceeds string
Cause: The maximum number of descriptive categories plus release categories supported by the MLS policy was exceeded.
Action: Enter numbers that do not add up to more than the maximum.

Above are list of Oracle Database Errors or Warnings from Error ORA-12490 to ORA-12497 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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