Oracle Database Errors or Warnings from Error ORA-14121 to ORA-14130
ORA-14121: MODIFY DEFAULT ATTRIBUTES may not be combined with other operations
Cause: ALTER TABLE or ALTER INDEX statement attempted to combine MODIFY DEFAULT ATTRIBUTES with some other operation (e.g. ADD PARTITION or PCTFREE) which is illegal
Action: Ensure that MODIFY DEFAULT ATTRIBUTES is the sole operation specified in ALTER TABLE or ALTER INDEX statement; operations other than those dealing with partitions, default attributes of partitioned tables/indices or specifying that a table be renamed (ALTER TABLE RENAME) may be combined at will
ORA-14122: only one REVERSE or NOREVERSE clause may be specified
Cause: Both REVERSE and NOREVERSE were specified in CREATE INDEX statement.
Action: Remove all but one of the REVERSE or NOREVERSE clauses and reissue the statement.
ORA-14123: duplicate NOREVERSE clause
Cause: NOREVERSE was specified more than once in ALTER INDEX statement.
Action: Remove all but one of the NOREVERSE clauses and reissue the statement.
ORA-14124: duplicate REVERSE clause
Cause: REVERSE was specified more than once in ALTER INDEX or CREATE INDEX statements.
Action: Remove all but one of the REVERSE clauses and reissue the statement.
ORA-14125: REVERSE/NOREVERSE may not be specified in this context
Cause: REVERSE/NOREVERSE clause is not allowed in this context.
Action: Remove offending clause. REVERSE may be specified as an attribute of an index (not of an individual partition, if creating a partitioned index) in CREATE INDEX statement and ALTER INDEX REBUILD statement. NOREVERSE may be specified only in ALTER INDEX REBUILD statement.
ORA-14126: only a <parallel clause> may follow description(s) of resulting partitions
Cause: Descriptions of partition(s) resulting from splitting of a table or index partition may be followed by an optional <parallel clause> which applies to the entire statement and which, in turn, may not be followed by any other clause.
Action: Ensure that all partition attributes appear within the parenthesized list of descriptions of resulting partitions in ALTER TABLE/INDEX SPLIT PARTITION statement.
ORA-14128: FOREIGN KEY constraint mismatch in ALTER TABLE EXCHANGE PARTITION
Cause: The corresponding columns in the tables specified in the ALTER TABLE EXCHANGE PARTITION statement have different FOREIGN KEY constraints.
Action: Ensure that the two tables do not have FOREIGN KEY constraints defined on any column or disable all FOREIGN KEY constraints on both tables. Then retry the operation.
ORA-14129: INCLUDING INDEXES must be specified as tables have enabled UNIQUE constraints
Cause: Matching UNIQUE constraints in both table are enabled and validated but INCLUDING INDEXES is not specified in ALTER TABLE EXCHANGE PARTITION|SUBPARTITION command.
Action: Disable currently enabled matching UNIQUE constraints on both tables or ensure that INCLUDING INDEXES option is used.
ORA-14130: UNIQUE constraints mismatch in ALTER TABLE EXCHANGE PARTITION
Cause: One of the tables named in the ALTER TABLE EXCHANGE PARTITION command has a UNIQUE constraint for which no matching (vis-a-vis key columns) constraint is defined on the other table or a matching constraint is defined on the other table, but it differs from that defined on the first table vis-a-vis being enabled and/or validated.
Action: Ensure that for every UNIQUE constraint defined on one of the tables named in the ALTER TABLE EXCHANGE PARTITION statement there is a matching (vis-a-vis key columns and being enabled and/or validated) UNIQUE constraint defined on the other table. If UNIQUE constrains are enabled, UNIQUE constraints on the partitioned table should be enforced using local indexes.
Above are list of Oracle Database Errors or Warnings from Error ORA-14121 to ORA-14130 received while performing certain operation against Oracle Database or related products.
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