Oracle Database Errors or Warnings from Error ORA-14704 to ORA-14758
ORA-14704: Create table as select disallowed for SYSTEM patitioned tables
Cause: User attempted to create a SYSTEM partitioned table by doing a create table as select.
Action: Do a create table followed by an insert as select into each partition.
ORA-14750: Range partitioned table with INTERVAL clause has more than one column
Cause: You attempted to create an interval partitioned table with more than one partitioning column.
Action: Use a single partitioning column.
ORA-14751: Invalid data type for partitioning column of an interval partitioned table
Cause: You attempted to use interval partitioning on a table partitioned on a column of data type other than number or date/time.
Action: Use only number or date/time columns as partitioning columns for interval partitioned tables.
ORA-14752: Interval expression is not a constant of the correct type
Cause: You attempted to use either a nonconstant interval or an interval whose data type does not correspond to the partitioning column
Action: Use only constant expressions for the interval. If the data type of partitioning column is numeric, the interval must be a numeric constant. If the data type is of type date/time, the interval must be a constant of interval type
ORA-14753: Interval cannot be zero
Cause: The interval mapped to zero.
Action: You must use a nonzero interval.
ORA-14754: Interval string is too long
Cause: The interval string was too long
Action: Specify interval using a shorter string
ORA-14755: Invalid partition specification for FOR VALUES clause.
Cause: The [SUB]PARTITION FOR VALUES (…) clause can only take constants. In addition it takes as many arguments as there are partitioning columns and the values must be coercible to the partitioning columns.
Action: Specify a valid FOR VALUES clause.
ORA-14756: Table is not partitioned by Interval method.
Cause: The table was not partitioned by Interval method.
Action: ALTER TABLE SET STORE IN is only valid for Interval partitioned tables. Ensure that the table by Interval.
ORA-14757: Table is already a range partitioned table
Cause: SET INTERVAL () is used to convert an interval partitioned table to a range partitioned table. It is not legal on a range partitioned table
Action: Use SET INTERVAL () only on an interval partitioned table.
ORA-14758: Last partition in the range section cannot be dropped
Cause: An attempt was made to drop the last range partition of an interval partitioned table.
Action: Do not attempt to drop this partition.
Above are list of Oracle Database Errors or Warnings from Error ORA-14704 to ORA-14758 received while performing certain operation against Oracle Database or related products.
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