Oracle Database Errors or Warnings from Error ORA-14259 to ORA-14268

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ORA-14259: table is not partitioned by Hash method
Cause: ALTER TABLE COALESCE PARTITION is only valid for table partitioned by Hash method
Action: Specify valid ALTER TABLE option for the table, or ensure that the table is partitioned by Hash method
ORA-14260: incorrect physical attribute specified for this partition
Cause: User specified INITRANS, MAXTRANS, STORAGE, PCTFREE, PCTUSED, and/or [NO]LOGGING option to a Hash partition via ALTER TABLE ADD/MOVE PARTITION command which is illegal. Only TABLESPACE may be specified.
Action: Remove invalid option(s)
ORA-14261: partition bound may not be specified when adding this Hash partition
Cause: User specified VALUES LESS THAN clause when adding a partition (via ALTER TABLE ADD PARTITION) to a Hash partitioned table which is illegal
Action: Remove VALUES LESS THAN clause from the description of partition being added

ORA-14262: new subpartition name must differ from the old subpartition name
Cause: User entered ALTER TABLE/INDEX RENAME SUBPARTITION specifying <new-subpartition-name> which is identical to the name of the subpartition being renamed
Action: Ensure that the new subpartition name is different from the name of any (including the one being renamed) existing subpartition of a given table or index
ORA-14263: new subpartition name must differ from that of any other subpartition of the object
Cause: User entered ALTER TABLE/INDEX RENAME SUBPARTITION specifying <new-subpartition-name> which is identical to the name of some existing subpartition of the object
Action: Ensure that the new subpartition name is different from the name of any (including the one being renamed) existing subpartition of a given table or index
ORA-14264: table is not partitioned by Composite Range method
Cause: The table in the MODIFY DEFAULT ATTRIBUTES FOR PARTITION operation is partitioned by method other than Composite method
Action: Ensure that the table is partitioned by Composite method

ORA-14265: data type or length of a table subpartitioning column may not be changed
Cause: User issued ALTER TABLE statement attempting to modify data type and/or length of a column used to subpartition the table named in ALTER TABLE statement, which is illegal
Action: Avoid modifying data type and/or length of table subpartitioning column(s)
ORA-14266: data type or length of an index subpartitioning column may not be changed
Cause: User issued ALTER TABLE statement attempting to modify data type and/or length of a column used to subpartition some index defined on the table named in ALTER TABLE statement, which is illegal
Action: Avoid modifying data type and/or length of index subpartitioning column(s)
ORA-14267: cannot specify PARALLEL clause when adding a (Composite) Range partition
Cause: User issued ALTER TABLE ADD PARTITION statement with PARALLEL clause for a Range or Composite Range partition which is illegal
Action: Remove the PARALLEL clause.
ORA-14268: subpartition ‘string’ of the partition resides in offlined tablespace
Cause: User attempted an operation requiring that we access data in a subpartition which resides in a tablespace which was taken offline. Such operations include trying to drop a tablespace of a table which has indices defined on it or is referenced by a constraint.
Action: Bring tablespace online before attempting the operation.

Above are list of Oracle Database Errors or Warnings from Error ORA-14259 to ORA-14268 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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