Oracle Database Errors or Warnings from Error ORA-22278 to ORA-22288
ORA-22278: must update the LOB only through the LOB buffers
Cause: LOB buffering is enabled for this LOB and there are buffers for this LOB in the buffer pool. Thus, updating the LOB through means other than the LOB buffers is not allowed.
Action: Update the LOB through the LOB buffers using the locator that has LOB buffering enabled. If this operation is required, buffers associated with this LOB should either be flushed as necessary or buffering should be disabled. Once this is done, reissue the command.
ORA-22279: cannot perform operation with LOB buffering enabled
Cause: The operation attempted is not allowed when LOB buffering is enabled.
Action: If the operation is required, LOB buffering should not be used. In this case, flush buffers associated with the input LOB locator as necessary, disable buffering on the input LOB locator and reissue the command.
ORA-22280: no more buffers available for operation
Cause: There are two causes: (1) All buffers in the buffer pool have been used up by previous operations (2) Attempt to flush a LOB without any previous buffered update operations.
Action: For (1), flush the LOB(s) through the locator that is being used to update the LOB. For (2), write to the LOB through a locator enabled for buffering before attempting to flush buffers.
ORA-22281: cannot perform operation with an updated locator
Cause: The input locator has buffering enabled and was used to update the LOB value through the LOB buffering subsystem. The modified buffer has not been flushed since the write that was performed by the the input locator; thus, the input locator is considered an updated locator. Updated locators cannot be the source of a copy operation. Only one locator per LOB may be used to modify the LOB value through the LOB buffering subsystem.
Action: Depending on whether the modifications made through the input locator to the LOB buffering subsystem should be written to the server, either flush the buffer to write the modifications, or, disable buffering on the locator to discard the modifications. Then, reissue the command.
ORA-22282: non-contiguous append to a buffering enabled LOB not allowed
Cause: The buffered write operation has an input offset value more than one byte or character past the end of the LOB.
Action: Specify an input offset value which is exactly one character or byte greater than the length of the LOB that you are attempting to update through a buffered write operation.
ORA-22283: filename contains characters that refer to parent directory
Cause: Filename contains a path “../” which references a parent directory
Action: Ensure that the filename does not contain characters which reference a parent directory.
ORA-22285: non-existent directory or file for string operation
Cause: Attempted to access a directory that does not exist, or attempted to access a file in a directory that does not exist.
Action: Ensure that a system object corresponding to the specified directory exists in the database dictionary, or make sure the name is correct.
ORA-22286: insufficient privileges on file or directory to perform string operation
Cause: The user does not have the necessary access privileges on the directory alias and/or the file for the operation.
Action: Ask the database/system administrator to grant the required privileges on the directory alias and/or the file.
ORA-22287: invalid or modified directory occurred during string operation
Cause: The directory alias used for the current operation is not valid if being accessed for the first time, or has been modified by the DBA since the last access.
Action: If you are accessing this directory for the first time, provide a valid directory name. If you have been already successful in opening a file under this directory before this error occured, then close the file and retry the operation with a valid directory alias as modified by your DBA. Oracle recommends that directories should be modified only during quiescent periods.
ORA-22288: file or LOB operation string failed string
Cause: The operation attempted on the file or LOB failed.
Action: See the next error message in the error stack for more detailed information. Also, verify that the file or LOB exists and that the necessary privileges are set for the specified operation. If the error still persists, report the error to the DBA.
Above are list of Oracle Database Errors or Warnings from Error ORA-22278 to ORA-22288 received while performing certain operation against Oracle Database or related products.
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