Oracle Database Errors or Warnings from Error ORA-19611 to ORA-19620

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ORA-19611: backup piece out of order. Expected string but found string
Cause: This backup piece is out of sequence.
Action: Supply the correct backup piece.
ORA-19612: datafile string not restored due to string
Cause: The indicated file could not be restored, because all of its data blocks were not found in the backup piece.
Action: The restore conversation remains active, and the current piece must be re-processed. If the failure cannot be resolved by re-processing the current piece, then the restore conversation must be cancelled.
ORA-19613: datafile string not found in backup set
Cause: The indicated file could not be restored, because it is not in this backup set. If the file number is zero, then this refers to the control file.
Action: This message is issued when the directory from the first backup piece is read and one or more files named for restoration were not found. The restore conversation is still active, but no data has been read and you must supply the first backup piece of a backup set that contains all of the requested files.

ORA-19614: archived log thread string sequence string not found in backup set
Cause: The indicated archived log file was named explicitly for restoration but is not contained in this backup set.
Action: This message is issued when the directory from the first backup piece is read and one or more files named for restoration were not found. The restore conversation is still active, but no data has been read and you must supply the first backup piece of a backup set that contains all of the requested files.
ORA-19615: some files not found in backup set
Cause: Some files that were specified for restoration were not found in the backup set directory. Message 19613 or 19614 is issued for each file that was not found.
Action: See the instructions for message 19613.
ORA-19616: output file name must be specified if database not mounted
Cause: A datafile restore specified no target file name, but the database is not mounted. The database must be mounted when no target file name is specified, so that the target file name can be obtained from the control file.
Action: The restore conversation remains active. If you wish to restore datafiles without their target file names, then mount the database before continuing. Otherwise, a target file name must be specified on all datafile restoration calls.

ORA-19617: file string contains different RESETLOGS data
Cause: The indicated file contains RESETLOGS data which is different from the archived log files which are already included in the backup set. All archived log files in a backup set must have the same RESETLOGS data.
Action: The restore conversation remains active, and you may continue to specify archived log files for inclusion in the backup set.
ORA-19618: cannot name files after RESTOREVALIDATE has been called
Cause: A call was made to specify a file to restore from a backup set, but a previous call to RESTOREVALIDATE has already been made.
Action: You must cancel and restart the conversation if you wish to specify files to restore.
ORA-19619: cannot call RESTOREVALIDATE after files have been named
Cause: RESTOREVALIDATE was called after some files had already been specified for restoration.
Action: You must cancel and restart the conversation if you wish to call RESTOREVALIDATE.
ORA-19620: string is not of string type
Cause: When opening the file to be placed in a copy or backup set, to be inspected, or used as the target for an incremental restore, its header was not recognized as a valid file header for a file of the indicated type (datafile, archived log, or control file) belonging to the current database.
Action: The indicated file cannot be processed. Ensure that the correct files are being specified for the copy or backup operation.

Above are list of Oracle Database Errors or Warnings from Error ORA-19611 to ORA-19620 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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