Oracle Database Errors or Warnings from Error ORA-19130 to ORA-19139

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ORA-19130: XQST0070: A static error is raised if the predefined namespace prefix xml or xmlns is redeclared by a namespace declaration or namespace declaration attribute
Cause: An error occurred during the processing of the XQuery expression.
Action: Check the detailed error message for the possible causes.
ORA-19131: XQST0071: A static error is raised if the namespace declaration attributes of a direct element constructor do not have distinct names
Cause: An error occurred during the processing of the XQuery expression.
Action: Check the detailed error message for the possible causes.
ORA-19132: XQDY0072: It is a dynamic error if the result of the content expression of a computed comment constructor contains two adjacent hyphens or ends with a hyphen
Cause: An error occurred during the processing of the XQuery expression.
Action: Check the detailed error message for the possible causes.

ORA-19133: XQST0073: It is a static error if the graph of module imports contains a cycle (that is, if there exists a sequence of modules M1 … Mn such that each Mi imports Mi+1 and Mn imports M1), unless all the modules in the cycle share a common namespace
Cause: An error occurred during the processing of the XQuery expression.
Action: Check the detailed error message for the possible causes.
ORA-19134: XQDY0074: It is a dynamic error if the value of the name expression in a computed element constructor cannot be converted to an expanded QName (for example, because it contains a namespace prefix not found in statically known namespaces.)
Cause: An error occurred during the processing of the XQuery expression.
Action: Check the detailed error message for the possible causes.
ORA-19135: XQST0075: An implementation that does not support the Validation Feature must raise a static error if it encounters a validate expression
Cause: An error occurred during the processing of the XQuery expression.
Action: Check the detailed error message for the possible causes.

ORA-19136: XQST0076: It is a static error if a collation subclause in an order by clause of a FLWOR expression does not identify a collation that is present in statically known collations
Cause: An error occurred during the processing of the XQuery expression.
Action: Check the detailed error message for the possible causes.
ORA-19137: XQST0079: It is a static error if an extension expression contains neither a pragma that is recognized by the implementation nor an expression enclosed in curly braces
Cause: An error occurred during the processing of the XQuery expression.
Action: Check the detailed error message for the possible causes.
ORA-19138: The target type of a cast or castable expression must be an atomic type that is in the in-scope schema types and is not xs:NOTATION or xs:anyAtomicType, optionally followed by the occurrence indicator “?”; otherwise a static error is raised
Cause: An error occurred during the processing of the XQuery expression.
Action: Check the detailed error message for the possible causes.
ORA-19139: XPST0081: It is a static error if a QName used in a query contains a namespace prefix that cannot be expanded into a namespace URI by using the statically known namespaces
Cause: An error occurred during the processing of the XQuery expression.
Action: Check the detailed error message for the possible causes.

Above are list of Oracle Database Errors or Warnings from Error ORA-19130 to ORA-19139 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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