Oracle Database Errors or Warnings from Error ORA-29250 to ORA-29260

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ORA-29250: Invalid index specifed in call to dbms_sql.bind_array
Cause: An invalid index was specified in a call to bind_array of dbms_sql. The index may have been null or of an improper value.
Action: Correct the index value by modifying your PL/SQL program and try the bind_array call again.
ORA-29251: Index1 is greater than Index2 in call to dbms_sql.bind_array
Cause: The value of index1 was greater than the value for index2 in the call to bind_array. This is illegal since the elements of the table that will be bound are those with indexes greater than or equal to index1 and less than or equal to index2.
Action: Correct the value of the two indexes and try the call to again bind_array.
ORA-29252: collection does not contain elements at index locations in call to dbms_sql.bind_array
Cause: The bound table does not contain elements at both index locations in call to bind_array of dbms_sql. This is illegal. Both index locations must contain elements. In other words tab.exists(index1) and tab.exists(index2) must both return true.
Action: Either modify the two indexes or the contents of the table and try the call again.

ORA-29253: Invalid count argument passed to procedure dbms_sql.define_array
Cause: The count argument specified in the call to procedure define_array of package dbms_sql had an invalid value. Invalid values are negative numbers and nulls. The argument must be a positive integer.
Action: Correct your PL/SQL program so that only valid arguments are passed to define_array and try again.
ORA-29254: Invalid lower_bound argument passed to procedure dbms_sql.define_array
Cause: The lower_bound argument specified in the call to procedure define_array had an invalid value. Legal values are all integers (both positive and negative) including zero. The null value is illegal.
Action: Correct your PL/SQL program so that only valid arguments are passed to define_array and try again.
ORA-29255: Cursor contains both bind and define arrays which is not permissible
Cause: Both define_array and bind_array have been called on this cursor. This is illegal. It is not possible for a cursor to both contain array binds and array defines. The semantics of this setting are nonsensical. Array defines are used to move data from select queries into PL/SQL tables and array binds to bind PL/SQL tables to non-select queries.
Action: Modify your PL/SQL program to only perform calls to one of the two functions depending on the kind of cursor at hand.

ORA-29256: Cursor contains both regular and array defines which is illegal
Cause: Both define_array and define_column have been called on this cursor. This is illegal. It is not possible for a cursor to both contain regular and array defines. The semantics of this setting are nonsensical. Array defines are used to move data from select queries into PL/SQL tables and regular defines to move data from select queries into PL/SQL variables.
Action: Modify your PL/SQL program to only perform calls to one of the two functions depending on the situation at hand.
ORA-29257: host string unknown
Cause: The specified host was unknown.
Action: Check the spelling of the host name or the IP address. Make sure that the host name or the IP address is valid.
ORA-29258: buffer too small
Cause: The input or output buffer was too small for the operation.
Action: Increase the size of the buffer and retry the operation.
ORA-29259: end-of-input reached
Cause: The end of the input was reached.
Action: If the end of the input is reached prematurely, check if the input source terminates prematurely. Otherwise, close the connection to the input.
ORA-29260: network error: string
Cause: A network error occurred.
Action: Fix the network error and retry the operation.

Above are list of Oracle Database Errors or Warnings from Error ORA-29250 to ORA-29260 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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