Oracle Database Errors or Warnings from Error ORA-26031 to ORA-26045
ORA-26031: index maintenance error, the load cannot continue
Cause: A index errror occurred during the index maintenance phase of
* a direct path load. The load cannot continue. See error message
* below this message.
Action: See action for the error message which follows this one.
ORA-26032: index string.string loading aborted after string keys
Cause: An index error occurred during direct-load of an index-organized table.
* Loading had to be aborted. No rows were loaded.
Action: Check the key just following the number of keys mentioned above.
* This key caused the index problem mentioned in an earlier message. *
ORA-26033: column string.string encryption properties differ for source or target table
Cause: The source and destination columns did not have the same
* encryption properties.
Action: For security reasons, check that the source and target table have
* the same encryption properties. *
ORA-26034: Column string does not exist in stream
Cause: Column specified in the column list does not exist in the stream.
Action: Make sure the column exists or remove it from the list.
ORA-26035: Error attempting to encrypt or decrypt column
Cause: An error occurred while attemping to encrypt or decrypt
* a database column.
Action: Verify correct encryption key was specified. *
ORA-26036: subpartition load specified but table string is not subpartitioned
Cause: The Loader control file contains a PARTITION clause but the table being loaded is not subpartitioned.
Action: Remove the subpartition specification from the SQL*Loader control file and retry the load.
ORA-26037: must specify partition name(s) for system partitioned table string
Cause: An attempt was made to load a system partitioned table with no partition name(s) specified.
Action: Specify the partition name(s) explicitly.
ORA-26040: Data block was loaded using the NOLOGGING option
Cause: Trying to access data in block that was loaded without
* redo generation using the NOLOGGING/UNRECOVERABLE option
Action: Drop the object containing the block.
ORA-26041: DATETIME/INTERVAL datatype conversion error
Cause: The column could not be converted from DATETIME
* datatype to internal DATETIME/CHARACTER datatype.
Action: Contact Oracle Customer Support.
ORA-26045: REF column string expects string arguments; found string.
Cause: The number of arguments for the REF column is incorrect.
Action: Specify the correct number of input arguments for REFs.
1. Unscoped system-generated REFs can have exactly 1 or 2 input arguments. a) It has exactly 1 input argument (one for the OID value) if a fixed table name was specified through OCI_DIRPATH_EXPR_REF_TBLNAME. b) It has exactly 2 input arguments (one for the table name and one for the OID value) if a fixed table name was not specified through OCI_DIRPATH_EXPR_REF_TBLNAME.
2. Scoped system-generated REFs can have 1 or 2 input arguments. Because a table name argument is not needed for a scoped ref, only 1 argument (OID value) is expected. But if the table name argument is given, it’s still accepted.
3. Scoped primary-key REFs with N columns in its primary-key OID can have N or N+1 input arguments. Because a table name argument is not needed for a scoped ref, only N arguments (making up the OID value) is expected. But if the table name argument is given, it’s still accepted.
Above are list of Oracle Database Errors or Warnings from Error ORA-26031 to ORA-26045 received while performing certain operation against Oracle Database or related products.
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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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