Oracle Database Errors or Warnings from Error ORA-26057 to ORA-26076
ORA-26057: Conversion is not necessary for this direct path stream.
Cause: User attempted to convert a direct path stream that does not require conversion.
Action: Load the stream without conversion it.
ORA-26058: unexpected error fetching metadata for column string in table string
Cause: The direct path API encountered an unexpected error while retrieving metadata for a column.
Action: Contact Oracle support.
ORA-26059: Data is too large for column string
Cause: The direct path API encountered a column that can not be loaded because the input data is too large for a column.
Action: Make the target column larger.
ORA-26060: Can not convert type identifier for column string
Cause: The direct path API encountered a type identifier for a column that can not be loaded because a mapping can not be found for the input value.
Action: Verify the input data.
ORA-26061: Concurrent direct unloads is not allowed.
Cause: User attempted a direct unload when another is still in progress.
Action: Complete the current direct unload before starting another.
ORA-26062: Can not continue from previous errors.
Cause: User attempted to continue a direct path load after receiving an error which indicates the load can not continue.
Action: Address the original error that was returned.
ORA-26063: Can not flashback to specified SCN value – Wrap: string Base: string.
Cause: User specified an SCN which occurs before the last time the table definition was modified.
Action: Specify a more recent SCN.
ORA-26064: Invalid SCN specified – Wrap: string Base: string.
Cause: User specified an invalid SCN.
Action: Specify a valid SCN.
ORA-26065: check constraint cannot reference column, string, in direct path load
Cause: An enabled check constraint was found on a column stored as a lob.
Action: Either disable the check constraint before loading the table data
* using the direct path mode, or use the conventional path mode
ORA-26076: cannot set or reset value after direct path structure is allocated
Cause: Client attempted to set or reset the number of rows in a direct path
* structure after it has already been allocated and initialized.
* Attributes used is one of the following:
* – OCI_ATTR_NUM_ROWS: to set # of rows in a direct path column array
* – OCI_ATTR_DIRPATH_DCACHE_SIZE: to set size of a date cache
* (default is 0)
* – OCI_ATTR_DIRPATH_DCACHE_DISABLE: to set whether date cache will be
* disabled on overflow (default is FALSE)
Action: Set the following attributes before:
* – OCI_ATTR_NUM_ROWS: before calling OCIHandleAlloc for column array
* – OCI_ATTR_DIRPATH_DCACHE_SIZE: before calling OCIDirPathPrepare
* – OCI_ATTR_DIRPATH_DCACHE_DISABLE: before calling OCIDirPathPrepare
Above are list of Oracle Database Errors or Warnings from Error ORA-26057 to ORA-26076 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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