Oracle Database Errors or Warnings from Error ORA-21613 to ORA-21706
ORA-21613: key does not exist
Cause: Attempt to use a non-existent key
Action: Use a key that already exists.
ORA-21614: constraint violation for attribute number [string]
Cause: Constraints on the attribute were violated
Action: Correct the value (of the attribute) so that it satisfies constraints
ORA-21615: copy of an OTS (named or simple) instance failed
Cause: see following message
Action: Check that no attribute value violates constraints.
ORA-21700: object does not exist or is marked for delete
Cause: User attempted to perform an inappropriate operation to an object that is non-existent or marked for delete. Operations such as pinning, deleting and updating cannot be applied to an object that is non-existent or marked for delete.
Action: User needs to re-initialize the reference to reference an existent object or the user needs to unmark the object.
ORA-21701: attempt to flush objects to different servers
Cause: User attempted to flush objects to different servers in one function call. These objects are obtained by calling a callback functions provided by the program.
Action: User should avoid performing such operation.
ORA-21702: object is not instantiated or has been de-instantiated in cache
Cause: User attempted to perform an inappropriate operation to a transient object that is not instantiated in the object cache. Operations that cannot be applied to a not-instantiated transient object include deleting or pinning such an object.
Action: User should check their code to see if they are performing such an operation without instantiating the object first, or performing such an operation after the allocation duration of the object has expired.
ORA-21703: cannot flush an object that is not modified
Cause: See the error message.
Action: The object should not be flushed.
ORA-21704: cannot terminate cache or connection without flushing first
Cause: See the error message.
Action: The transaction should be aborted or committed before terminating the cache or connection.
ORA-21705: service context is invalid
Cause: The service context that is supplied by the user is not valid.
Action: User needs to establish the service context.
ORA-21706: duration does not exist or is invalid
Cause: The duration number that is supplied by the user is not valid.
Action: User needs to establish the duration or use a correct predefined duration.
Above are list of Oracle Database Errors or Warnings from Error ORA-21613 to ORA-21706 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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