Oracle Database Errors or Warnings from Error ORA-28511 to ORA-28522

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ORA-28511: lost RPC connection to heterogeneous remote agent using SID=string
Cause: A fatal error occurred in one of the following places: — the connection between the ORACLE server and the agent — the heterogeneous services remote agent itself — the connection to the non-Oracle system This error occurred after communication had been established successfully.
Action: Check for network problems and remote host crashes. The problem is probably in the agent software. If so, contact a customer support representative of the agent vendor.
ORA-28512: cannot get data dictionary translations from string
Cause: ORACLE was unable to retrieve data dictionary translation information for the non-Oracle system connected through a heterogeneous database link. This data dictionary translation information should be stored in data dictionary tables viewable with the HS_CLASS_DD or HS_INST_DD data dictionary views.
Action: Ask your DBA to check the server data dictionary table named in the error message. If table contents are incorrect, the DBA should restore all data dictionary content for this FDS_CLASS_NAME and/or FDS_INST_NAME. It usually is sufficient to delete all current data dictionary content for this class and/or instance and initiate a new connection to let the connected agent upload new data dictionary content to the server.
ORA-28513: internal error in heterogeneous remote agent
Cause: An internal error has occurred in the Oracle remote agent supporting a heterogeneous database link.
Action: Make a note of how the error was produced and contact the customer support representative of the agent vendor.

ORA-28514: heterogeneous database link initialization could not convert system date
Cause: The system date was not retrievable.
Action: Verify that the ORACLE server’s host machine and operating system are operational. This error should not occur unless low level system functions are failing.
ORA-28515: cannot get external object definitions from string
Cause: ORACLE was unable to retrieve definitions of distributed external procedures or remote libraries registered for the non-Oracle system instance, probably because the underlying data dictionary table does not exist or is malformed.
Action: Verify that the ORACLE server’s Heterogeneous Services data dictionary was installed correctly. If the Heterogeneous Services data dictionary is not installed, execute the CATHS.SQL script in the $ORACLE_HOME/rdbms/admin directory.
ORA-28518: data dictionary translation has illegal translation type
Cause: A data dictionary translation definition, either in the ORACLE server data dictionary or in data dictionary content uploaded from a Heterogeneous Services agent, specified an illegal translation type code. Legal values are ‘T’ or ‘t’ for ‘translate’, ‘M’ or ‘m’ for ‘mimic’. Information on the exact data dictionary translation causing the error is written to a trace (*.TRC) file for the ORACLE instance and to the ORACLE instance’s alert log. This error occurs when a Heterogeneous Services agent uploads data dictionary content to an ORACLE server on the first connection from the server to the agent.
Action: Contact the customer support of the agent vendor.

ORA-28519: no heterogeneous data dictionary translations available
Cause: The ORACLE server’s data dictionary did not define data dictionary translations for the connected non-Oracle system, and automatic self-registration (data dictionary upload) was disabled.
Action: Ask a DBA to resolve this problem. The easiest solution is to enable automatic self-registration by setting the ORACLE server’s HS_AUTO_REGISTER initialization parameter to TRUE. An alternative is to load the Heterogeneous Services data dictionary with information specific for the non-Oracle system by executing a SQL script supplied by the agent vendor. If the script is run and the error persists, contact the customer support representative of the agent vendor.
ORA-28520: error initializing heterogeneous data dictionary translations
Cause: ORACLE was unable to retrieve data dictionary translations for the non-Oracle system instance, probably because the underlying data dictionary table does not exist or is formed incorrectly.
Action: Verify that the ORACLE server’s Heterogeneous Services data dictionary was installed correctly. If the Heterogeneous Services data dictionary is not installed, execute the CATHS.SQL script in the $ORACLE_HOME/rdbms/admin directory. If the connected agent, identified by FDS_CLASS_NAME, requires a custom installation script for the ORACLE server, verify that the script has been run. If both scripts were executed and the error persists, contact the customer support representative of the agent vendor.
ORA-28521: no heterogeneous capability information available
Cause: The ORACLE server’s data dictionary did not contain capability definitions for the connected non-Oracle system, and automatic self-registration (data dictionary upload) was disabled.
Action: Ask a DBA to resolve this problem. The easiest resolution is to enable automatic self-registration by setting the ORACLE server’s HS_AUTO_REGISTER initialization parameter to TRUE. An alternative is to load the Heterogeneous Services data dictionary with information specific for the non-Oracle system by executing a SQL script supplied by the agent vendor. If the script is run and the error persists, contact the customer support representative of the agent vendor.
ORA-28522: error initializing heterogeneous capabilities
Cause: ORACLE was unable to retrieve capability definitions for the non-Oracle system instance, probably because the underlying data dictionary table does not exist or is formed incorrectly.
Action: Verify that the ORACLE server’s Heterogeneous Services data dictionary was installed correctly. If the Heterogeneous Services data dictionary is not installed, execute the CATHS.SQL script in the $ORACLE_HOME/rdbms/admin directory. If the connected agent, identified by FDS_CLASS_NAME, requires a custom installation script for the ORACLE server, verify that the script has been run. If both scripts were executed and the error persists, contact the customer support representative of the agent vendor.

Above are list of Oracle Database Errors or Warnings from Error ORA-28511 to ORA-28522 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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