Oracle Database Errors or Warnings from Error ORA-28263 to ORA-28274

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ORA-28263: Insufficient memory in global context pool
Cause: Allocations for the global context heap exceeded the value set in init.ora.
Action: Increase the value of global_context_pool_size parameter in init.ora or clear usused global context.
ORA-28264: Client identifier is too long
Cause: The length of the client identifier is longer than 64
Action: Set a client identifier whose length is less than 64.
ORA-28265: NameSpace beginning with ‘sys_’ is not allowed
Cause: Namespace beginning with ‘sys_’ is not allowed.
Action: Use a namespace that does not begin with ‘sys_’.

ORA-28267: Invalid NameSpace Value
Cause: Context NameSpace conflicts with reserved key words or a secure Namespace is not allowed for this type of Application Context.
Action: Use a valid namespace.
ORA-28268: Exceeded the maximum allowed size for Context information in a session
Cause: The maximum size specified by the _session_context_size init.ora parameter was exceeded.
Action: Please change the value for _session_context_size in the init.ora file.
ORA-28270: Malformed user nickname for password authenticated global user.
Cause: An attempt to login as password-auuthenticated global user with a malformed user nickname.
Action: Make sure the nickname is valid and re-login.

ORA-28271: No permission to read user entry in LDAP directory service.
Cause: ORACLE server does not have read permission on user nickname’s X.500 user entry.
Action: Make sure ORACLE server is using right SSL credentials to connect to LDAP directory services. Make sure permissions for LDAP user entries are right.
ORA-28272: Domain policy restricts password based GLOBAL user authentication.
Cause: Domain policy does not allow password-authenticated GLOBAL users.
Action: Make sure ORACLE server is using right SSL credentials to connect to LDAP directory services. Make sure orclDBAuthTypes attributes within Oracle enterprise domain object is either set to PWD or ALL.
ORA-28273: No mapping for user nickname to LDAP distinguished name exists.
Cause: ORACLE server cannot map the given user nickname to LDAP distinguished name.
Action: Make sure user entries in LDAP are correctly provisioned with correct user nickname attribute values.
ORA-28274: No ORACLE password attribute corresponding to user nickname exists.
Cause: LDAP user entry corresponding to user nickname does not have a ORACLE password attribute or the attribute is not initialized.
Action: Make sure user entries in LDAP are correctly provisioned with correct ORACLE password attribute values.

Above are list of Oracle Database Errors or Warnings from Error ORA-28263 to ORA-28274 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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