Oracle Database Errors or Warnings from Error ORA-14635 to ORA-14644

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ORA-14635: only one resulting subpartition can be specified for MERGE SUBPARTITIONS
Cause: ALTER TABLE MERGE SUBPARTITIONS contained more than one resulting subpartition for the MERGE
Action: Ensure that the statement describes exactly one subpartition as the target that need to be MERGEd
ORA-14636: only 2 resulting subpartition can be specified for SPLIT SUBPARTITION
Cause: ALTER TABLE SPLIT SUBPARTITION contained more than 2 resulting subpartition for the SPLIT
Action: Ensure that the statement describes exactly 2 subpartitions as the target of the SPLIT operation
ORA-14637: cannot merge a subpartition with itself
Cause: The same subpartition name was specified twice for the merge operation
Action: Re-submit operation with 2 distinct subpartition names within the same composite partition

ORA-14638: cannot MERGE subpartitions in different Range Composite partitions
Cause: Attempted to MERGE subpartitions in different Range Composite partitions
Action: Reissue the command after ensuring that the 2 subpartitions being merged lie in the same composite partition
ORA-14639: SUBPARTITIONS clause can be specfied only for Hash, Composite Range Hash table/partition
Cause: Attempted to specify SUBPARTITIONS clause on table that is not partitioned by the Composite Range-Hash method
Action: Reissue the command after ensuring that the SUBPARTITIONS clause is not specified, to specify a template for a Composite Range List object use the SUBPARTITION TEMPLATE clause
ORA-14640: add/coalesce index partition operation is valid only for hash partitioned global indexes
Cause: User attempted to add or coalesce an index partition of a global index not partitioned by hash method.
Action: Issue the statement on a global index partitioned by hash method. or if the index is partitioned by range method consider using split/drop instead of add/coalesce.

ORA-14641: STORE-IN clause can be specified only for a Hash, Composite Range Hash table/partition
Cause: Specifying a STORE-IN clause during CREATE/ALTER of a Range, Composite Range List partitioned table which is not allowed”
Action: Re-issue the stament after removing the STORE-IN clause
ORA-14642: Bitmap index mismatch for tables in ALTER TABLE EXCHANGE PARTITION
Cause: The two tables in the EXCHANGE have usable bitmap indexes, and the INCLUDING INDEXES option has been specified and the tables have different hakan factors.
Action: Perform the exchange with the EXCLUDING INDEXES option or alter the bitmap indexes to be unusable.
ORA-14643: Hakan factor mismatch for tables in ALTER TABLE EXCHANGE PARTITION
Cause: Either records_per_block has been minimized for one of the tables to be exchanged, but not the other, or the hakan factors for the tables to be exchanged are not equal.
Action: If records_per_block has been minimized for one of the tables, but not the other, either perform alter table with the NOMINIMIZE RECORDS_PER_BLOCK option for both tables, or perform alter table with the MINIMIZE RECORDS_PER_BLOCK for both tables. If the hakan factors do not match perform alter table with the NOMINIMIZE RECORDS_PER_BLOCK option for both tables.
ORA-14644: table is not subpartitioned by Hash method
Cause: A subpartition maintenance operation such as ALTER TABLE MODIFY PARTITION COALESCE SUBPARTITION can only be performed on Hash subpartitioned objects
Action: Re-issue the command against a Hash subpartitioned object.

Above are list of Oracle Database Errors or Warnings from Error ORA-14635 to ORA-14644 received while performing certain operation against Oracle Database or related products.

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