Oracle Database Errors or Warnings from Error ORA-29505 to ORA-29514

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ORA-29505: AS keyword is invalid in CREATE JAVA CLASS or RESOURCE
Cause: The AS keyword was used in CREATE JAVA CLASS or RESOURCE. The AS keyword is valid only in CREATE JAVA SOURCE.
Action: Use the USING keyword in CREATE JAVA CLASS or RESOURCE.
ORA-29506: invalid query derived from USING clause
Cause: The USING clause did not form a valid query.
Action: Correct the USING clause.
ORA-29507: query derived from USING clause found zero or many rows
Cause: The USING clause defined a query that either did not return any values, or returned more than one value.
Action: Correct the USING clause.

ORA-29508: query derived from USING clause did not select a value of type string
Cause: The USING clause did not form a query that selects a value of the type specified by the term following the USING keyword.
Action: Correct the USING clause.
ORA-29509: incorrectly formed Java binary class definition
Cause: An attempt was made to create a Java class using data expected to be in binary (Java .class) format. The data was found not to be in this format, or to be incorrectly formed.
Action: Correct the definition data.
ORA-29510: name, string.string, already used by an existing object
Cause: A CREATE JAVA command attempted to create a source, class, or resource object with a name that is already in use.
Action: Drop the existing object that is using the desired name, or use a different name for the new object.

ORA-29511: could not resolve Java class
Cause: A CREATE AND RESOLVE NOFORCE JAVA CLASS command specified definition data that could not be resolved, or resolution failed for some referenced class.
Action: Remove the NOFORCE option or remove impediments to resolution.
ORA-29512: incorrectly formed name resolver specification
Cause: A name resolver was not specified in the required form: (( <name pattern> , <schema name>) …)
Action: Correct the specification.
ORA-29513: referenced class name too long
Cause: An attempt was made to import a .class file containing a class name of length greater than %d. The .class file could not be imported because the referenced class name was too long.
Action: Shorten the referenced class name in the .class file.
ORA-29514: class name contains illegal character
Cause: An attempt was made to import a .class file containing a character that cannot be converted to the server character set. The .class file could not be imported because of the illegal character.
Action: Correct the illegal character in the .class file.

Above are list of Oracle Database Errors or Warnings from Error ORA-29505 to ORA-29514 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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