Oracle Database Errors or Warnings from Error ORA-13800 to ORA-13830

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ORA-13800: concurrent DDL failure on SQL repository objects
Cause: A SQL repository object was the target of two concurrent DDL operations.
Action: Check the current state of the object and retry the operation that failed.
ORA-13801: invalid value for SQLTUNE_CATEGORY parameter
Cause: An invalid Oracle identifier was used as the value of the parameter.
Action: Specify the parameter conforming to the rules for Oracle identifiers.
ORA-13802: failed to purge SQL Tuning Base entry from sql$
Cause: An error occured while try to delete a SQL Tuning Base object.
Action: Look at the underlying error(s) on the error stack.

ORA-13825: missing SQL statement text for create SQL profile
Cause: No SQL text was provided to the create SQL profile operation.
Action: Retry with properly specified SQL text.
ORA-13826: empty SQL profile not allowed for create or update SQL profile
Cause: No attributes were specified to the create SQL profile operation.
Action: Retry with at least one hint specified.
ORA-13827: null or zero length attribute specified in SQL profile collection
Cause: One of the attributes within the SQL profile was not properly specified.
Action: Retry with a fully specified SQL profile.

ORA-13828: generated SQL profile name string already exists
Cause: A SQL profile already exists with the name generated by the system.
Action: Retry the operation as the generated name is time sensitive.
ORA-13829: SQL profile named string already exists
Cause: A SQL profile already exists with the name specified.
Action: Specify a different name or drop the existing SQL profile.
ORA-13830: SQL profile with category string already exists for this SQL statement
Cause: A SQL profile already exists for the given SQL statement and category.
Action: Drop or update the existing SQL profile.

Above are list of Oracle Database Errors or Warnings from Error ORA-13800 to ORA-13830 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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