Oracle Database Errors or Warnings from Error ORA-25237 to ORA-25246

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ORA-25237: navigation option used out of sequence
Cause: The NEXT_MESSAGE or NEXT_TRANSACTION option was specified after dequeuing all the messages.
Action: Reset the dequeuing position using the FIRST_MESSAGE naviagtion option and then specify the NEXT_MESSAGE or NEXT_TRANSACTION option.
ORA-25238: too many recipients specified for message destination string
Cause: An ENQUEUE was performed with more than 32 recipients for the given destination (address).
Action: Reduce the number of recipients to 32 or less, and retry the call.
ORA-25239: message ID not supplied when dequeuing from exception queue string.string
Cause: An attempt was made to dequeue from a release 8.0-compatible exception queue without including a message ID in the dequeue options.
Action: Check the application to ensure that the queue name has been specified correctly. If the queue name is correct supply a message ID when dequeuing from a release 8.0-compatible exception queue. Otherwise, upgrade the queue_table containing the queue to release 8.1-compatible using the DBMS_AQADM.MIGRATE_QUEUE_TABLE procedure.

ORA-25240: message ID and dequeue condition/correlation ID specified in dequeue options
Cause: An attempt was made to dequeue by including both a message ID and a dequeue condition/correlation ID in the dequeue options. In the dequeue options, you are permitted to specify either message ID or dequeue condition/correlation ID, or neither.
Action: To dequeue a message, specify a message ID or a dequeue condition/correlation ID in the dequeue options, but do not specify both. If you want to dequeue in the queue’s sort order, then do not specify either the message ID or dequeue condition/correlation ID in the dequeue options.
ORA-25241: cannot change correlation ID from string to string without FIRST_MESSAGE option
Cause: An attempt was made to change the correlation ID while using the NEXT_MESSAGE or NEXT_TRANSACTION option for dequeuing.
Action: To use a correlation ID that is different from the previous dequeue call, reset the dequeuing position by using the FIRST_MESSAGE navigation option.
ORA-25242: cannot change subscriber name from string to string without FIRST_MESSAGE option
Cause: An attempt was made to change the subscriber name while using the NEXT_MESSAGE or NEXT_TRANSACTION option for dequeuing.
Action: To use a subscriber name that is different from the previous dequeue call, reset the dequeuing position by using the FIRST_MESSAGE navigation option.

ORA-25243: CONSUMER_NAME cannot be specified when dequeuing from exception queue string.string
Cause: An attempt was made to dequeue from an exception queue by specifying the CONSUMER_NAME in the dequeue options. CONSUMER_NAME can only be specified when dequeuing from a normal queue created for multiple consumers.
Action: Specify only the message id in the dequeue options to dequeue a message from an exception queue.
ORA-25244: dequeue index key not found, QUEUE string, rowid string
Cause: An internal error was encountered. There may be an inconsistency in the queue table index.
Action: Contact your Oracle customer support representative. You may need to provide the trace file and information about reproducing the error.
ORA-25245: agent name cannot be specified if address is a single-consumer queue or an exception queue
Cause: The agent name for the agent in the LISTEN call was specified when the agent address was a single-consumer queue or an exception queue.
Action: Do not specify the agent name.
ORA-25246: listen failed, the address string is an 8.0 style exception queue
Cause: An 8.0 style exception queue was specified in the agent-list for the LISTEN call.
Action: Specify a normal 8.0 style queue or an 8.1 style queue in the agent-list.

Above are list of Oracle Database Errors or Warnings from Error ORA-25237 to ORA-25246 received while performing certain operation against Oracle Database or related products.

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