Oracle Database Errors or Warnings from Error ORA-29931 to ORA-29950

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ORA-29931: specified association does not exist
Cause: One or more of the object(s) that have been specified to be disassociated, do not have an association defined for them.
Action: Verify the objects which have an association defined and issue the disassociate command again.
ORA-29932: the type being dropped is a statistics type
Cause: Some objects have defined their statistics methods in the type being dropped.
Action: First drop the relevant associations using the DISASSOCIATE command and then retry the DROP command, or use the FORCE option with DROP TYPE command.
ORA-29933: object being disassociated has some user defined statistics stored
Cause: There are some user defined statistics collected for the object being disassociated.
Action: First delete the user defined statistics and then reissue the DISASSOCIATE command or specify the FORCE option with DISASSOCIATE.

ORA-29934: index specified for association is not a domain index
Cause: The user issued an ASSOCIATE STATISTICS command with an index which is not a domain index.
Action: Issue an ASSOCIATE STATISTICS WITH INDEXES command on a domain index only
ORA-29935: missing FROM keyword
Cause: The keyword FROM is missing.
Action: Specify the FROM keyword or check the SQL statement.
ORA-29936: NULL association is allowed only with a column or an index
Cause: User tried to use the ASSOCIATE command with a schema object other than a column or an index
Action: Specify the NULL clause only with a column or an index

ORA-29937: domain index cannot be system-managed
Cause: An ASSOCIATE STATISTICS command was issued with a domain index which is system-managed.
Action: Check to see if the domain index has been implemented with system-managed storage tables. To associate statitics with a system-managed domain index, issue ASSOCIATE STATISTICS command with the indextype of this domain index.
ORA-29938: both indextype and statistics type should be system-managed
Cause: Either an ASSOCIATE STATISTICS WITH SYSTEM MANAGED STORAGE TABLES command was issued with an indextype which is not system-managed, or an ASSOCIATE STATISTICS command was issued with an indextype which is system-managed.
Action: Check to see if both indextype and statistics type are implemented with system-managed storage tables.
ORA-29939: could not implicitly transform user-managed domain index to system-managed domain index
Cause: Implicit validation of a user-managed domain index with a system-managed indextype failed.
Action: Issue an ALTER INDEX COMPILE command on the domain index.
ORA-29950: warning in the execution of ODCIINDEXMERGEPARTITION routine
Cause: A warning was returned from the ODCIIndexMergePartition routine.
Action: Check to see if the routine has been coded correctly Check user specified log tables for greater detail.

Above are list of Oracle Database Errors or Warnings from Error ORA-29931 to ORA-29950 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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