Oracle Database Errors or Warnings from Error ORA-29281 to ORA-29290

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ORA-29281: invalid mode
Cause: An invalid value was specified for file open mode.
Action: Correct the mode to be one of the values: ‘r’,’a’, or ‘w’.
ORA-29282: invalid file ID
Cause: A file ID handle was specified for which no corresponding open file exists.
Action: Verify that the file ID handle is a value returned from a call to UTL_FILE.FOPEN.
ORA-29283: invalid file operation
Cause: An attempt was made to read from a file or directory that does not exist, or file or directory access was denied by the operating system.
Action: Verify file and directory access privileges on the file system, and if reading, verify that the file exists.

ORA-29284: file read error
Cause: An attempt to read from a file failed.
Action: Verify that the file exists, and that it is accessible, and that it is open in read mode.
ORA-29285: file write error
Cause: Failed to write to, flush, or close a file.
Action: Verify that the file exists, that it is accessible, and that it is open in write or append mode.
ORA-29286: internal error
Cause: A fatal error occurred while allocating PL/SQL session memory.
Action: Verify that the PL/SQL session is connected and that adequate memory resources are available.

ORA-29287: invalid maximum line size
Cause: An invalid maximum line size value was specified.
Action: Correct the maximum line size to be in the range [1, 32767].
ORA-29288: invalid file name
Cause: A NULL or zero length file name was specified.
Action: Correct the file name to be a nonzero length string.
ORA-29289: directory access denied
Cause: A directory object was specified for which no access is granted.
Action: Grant access to the directory object using the command GRANT READ ON DIRECTORY [object] TO [username];.
ORA-29290: invalid offset specified for seek
Cause: An attempt was made to seek past the end of the file, or both the absolute and relative offsets were NULL, or absolute offset was less than zero.
Action: If specifying an absolute offset, ensure it is in the range [0, <total number of bytes in the file>], or if specifying a relative offset, ensure it is no greater than the current byte position plus the number of bytes remaining in the file.

Above are list of Oracle Database Errors or Warnings from Error ORA-29281 to ORA-29290 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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