Oracle Database Errors or Warnings from Error ORA-26527 to ORA-26564

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ORA-26527: local store callback init phase failed for ‘string.string’
Cause: The client callback failed during its INIT phase for the named object.
Action: Verify that the objects referenced by the client callback exist and are valid. Refer to the vendor-specific callback error code reference to diagnose the local problem. Record all error state and notify Oracle support.
ORA-26528: local store callback proc phase failed for ‘string.string’
Cause: The client callback failed during its PROC phase for the named object.
Action: Refer to the vendor-specific callback error code reference to diagnose the local problem. Record all error state and notify Oracle support.
ORA-26529: local store callback term phase failed for ‘string.string’
Cause: The client callback failed during its TERM phase for the named object.
Action: Refer to the vendor-specific callback error code reference to diagnose the local problem. Record all error state and notify Oracle support.

ORA-26530: unable to build materialized view refresh control list
Cause: The materialized view control list could not be constructed. This is generally the result of an error while accessing the local materialized view catalog.
Action: Verify that the named materialized view(s) are properly defined and valid.
ORA-26532: replication parallel push simulated site failure
Cause: A parallel push executed with event 26531 enabled raises this error to simulation failure of network or destination site.
Action: Do not enable the event for normal operation.
ORA-26534: collision: tranID number ignored and purged
Cause: A transaction that was pushed had a transaction ID that collided with a transaction that was previously pushed and committed at the master site.
Action: See the action section for E_QUEUESYNC (26518).

ORA-26535: number byte row cache insufficient for table with rowsize=number
Cause: A transaction that was pushed had a transaction ID that collided with a transaction that was previously pushed and committed at the master site.
Action: Increase the RepAPI row buffer size or reduce the width of the replicated tables.
ORA-26536: refresh was aborted because of conflicts caused by deferred transactions
Cause: There are outstanding conflicts logged in the DEFERROR table at the materialized view’s master site.
Action: Resolve the conflicts in the master DEFERROR table and refresh again after the table is empty. Alternatively, refresh with REFRESH_AFTER_ERRORS, even if there are conflicts in the master’s DEFERROR table. Proceeding despite conflicts can result in an updatable materialized view’s changes appearing to be temporarily lost, until a refresh succeeds after the conflicts are resolved.
ORA-26563: renaming this table is not allowed
Cause: Attempt to rename a replicated table, an updatable materialized view table or the master table of a materialized view for which a materialized view log has beencreated.
Action: If desired, unregister the replicated table with dbms_repcat.drop_master_repobject, or use the recommended procedure to rename the master table of a materialized view.
ORA-26564: string argument is not of specified type
Cause: User passed type of the given argument number doesn’t match with the type of the argument in the stored arguments.
Action: Invoke correct type procedure (i.e. get_XXX_arg)

Above are list of Oracle Database Errors or Warnings from Error ORA-26527 to ORA-26564 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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