Oracle Database Errors or Warnings from Error ORA-14645 to ORA-14657
ORA-14645: STORE IN clause cannot be specified for Range List objects
Cause: A STORE IN clause was specified for Range List partitioned object
Action: Re-issue the command after removng the STORE IN clause
ORA-14646: Specified alter table operation involving compression cannot be performed in the presence of usable bitmap indexes
Cause: The first time a table is altered to include compression, it cannot have a usable bitmap index (partition). Subsequent alter table statements involving compression do not have this same restriction.
Action: A) Drop any bitmap indexes defined on the table, and re-create them once the operation is complete or, B) Mark all index fragments of all bitmap indexes defined on the table UNUSABLE and rebuild them once the operation is complete.
ORA-14650: operation not supported for reference-partitioned tables
Cause: Attempted to perform an operation on a reference-partitioned table that was not supported.
Action: Do not perform the unsupported operation.
ORA-14651: reference partitioning constraint is not supported
Cause: The specified partitioning constraint was not supported for reference-partitioned tables. The partitioning constraint must be enabled, validated, and not deferrable. The partitioning constraint must not have ON DELETE SET NULL semantics.
Action: Correct the statement to specify a supported partitioning constraint.
ORA-14652: reference partitioning foreign key is not supported
Cause: The specified partitioning foreign key was not supported for reference-partitioned tables. All columns of the partitioning foreign key must be constrained NOT NULL with enabled, validated, and not deferrable constraints. Furthermore, a virtual column cannot be part of the partitioning foreign key.
Action: Correct the statement to specify a supported partitioning foreign key.
ORA-14653: parent table of a reference-partitioned table must be partitioned
Cause: Attempted to create a reference-partitioned table with a non-partitioned parent table.
Action: Correct the statement and reenter.
ORA-14654: number of partitions of reference-partitioned table must equal that of the parent table
Cause: Attempted to create a reference-partitioned table with a number of partitions which was different from that of the parent table.
Action: Correct the CREATE TABLE statement to specify a correct number of partitions.
ORA-14655: reference partitioning constraint not found
Cause: Partitioning constraint specified in CREATE TABLE … PARTITION BY REFERENCE was not one of the referential constraints on the table being created.
Action: Ensure that the specified partitioning constraint is one of the referential constraints on the table being created.
ORA-14656: cannot drop the parent of a reference-partitioned table
Cause: Attempted to drop the parent of a reference-partitioned table.
Action: Drop all reference-partitioned child tables before dropping the parent table.
ORA-14657: cannot cascade row migration to reference-partitioned child table
Cause: Update of a parent key may require migration of rows in reference-partitioned child tables, however this is not supported because the parent key was not suitably indexed.
Action: Replace the existing index on the parent key with a unique index that does not contain any columns in addition to the parent key.
Above are list of Oracle Database Errors or Warnings from Error ORA-14645 to ORA-14657 received while performing certain operation against Oracle Database or related products.
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