Oracle Database Errors or Warnings from Error ORA-19044 to ORA-19107

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ORA-19044: character length specified for XMLSerialize is too small.
Cause: An XMLSerialize function was called with a type of character type (e.g. VARCHAR2(27)), and the length specified (27 in the example) was too small.
Action: Modify the query so that the character length specified is larger.
ORA-19045: character set id specified for XMLSerialize not valid
Cause: An XMLSerialize function was called with an invalid value for the caracter set id.
Action: Modify the query so that the character set id is valid.
ORA-19100: PASSING or RETURNING keyword expected
Cause: The keyword PASSING or RETURNING was missing.
Action: Specify the PASSING or RETURNING keyword.

ORA-19101: CONTENT keyword expected
Cause: The keyword CONTENT was missing.
Action: Specify the CONTENT keyword.
ORA-19102: XQuery string literal expected
Cause: The string literal containing the XQuery expression was missing.
Action: Specify the XQuery expression as a string literal.
ORA-19103: VALUE keyword keyword
Cause: The keyword VALUE was missing.
Action: Specify the VALUE keyword.

ORA-19104: invalid XQueryX: missing attribute string
Cause: The XQueryX expression was not assigned the expected attribute.
Action: Specify a valid XQueryX.
ORA-19105: invalid XQueryX: expected text node – got string
Cause: The XQueryX expression did not contain a text node as expected.
Action: Specify a valid XQueryX.
ORA-19106: invalid XQueryX: expected string – got string
Cause: The XQueryX expression did not contain the node as expected.
Action: Specify a valid XQueryX.
ORA-19107: invalid XQueryX – unsupported construct – string
Cause: The given XQuery expression contains an unsupported construct.
Action: Specify a valid XQueryX.

Above are list of Oracle Database Errors or Warnings from Error ORA-19044 to ORA-19107 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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