Oracle Database Errors or Warnings from Error ORA-30136 to ORA-30158
ORA-30136: Drop-in compatibility is not supported for this application
Cause: The current application is statically linked with defopt.o from an older release, which is incompatible with the current client shared library.
Action: 1) Relink the application against the new release of the client library; or 2) Relink the application against the older release of the client library without statically linking defopt.o.
ORA-30150: Invalid argument passed to OCIFile function
Cause: An invalid argument is passed to the OCIFile function. The most common cause is that a NULL pointer is passed where a non-NULL pointer is expected.
Action: Make sure that the values passed as arguments are valid. Esp check for NULL pointers.
ORA-30151: File already exists
Cause: Tried to open a file with OCI_FILE_EXCL flag and the file already exists.
Action: OCIFile is supposed throw this exception in this case.
ORA-30152: File does not exist
Cause: The OCIFile function requires the file to exist, but it does not.
Action: Make sure that the file exists.
ORA-30153: An invalid File Object is passed to the OCIFile function
Cause: An invalid File Object is passed to the OCIFile function.
Action: Make sure that the file object is a valid one. Create a new file object by calling OCIFileOpen if needed.
ORA-30154: The memory address given as buffer for OCIFileRead/Write is invalid
Cause: An invalid memory address is given as the buffer pointer for OCIFileRead/Write.
Action: Make sure that the required memory is allocated and pass a valid memory address as buffer pointer.
ORA-30155: An I/O Error occured during an OCIFile function call
Cause: An I/O error occurred at the system level.
Action: This is a system error and the action will depnd on the error.
ORA-30156: Out of disk space
Cause: The disks associated with the underlying file system are full.
Action: Create more disk space.
ORA-30157: An invalid argument was given to operating system call
Cause: The OS call was called with an invalid argument.
Action: Check the values passed. If unsuccessful to solve the problem contact ORACLE support.
ORA-30158: The OCIFileWrite causes the file to exceed the maximum allowed size
Cause: There is no space to write to the file. Its size is at the maximum limit.
Action: Up to the user.
Above are list of Oracle Database Errors or Warnings from Error ORA-30136 to ORA-30158 received while performing certain operation against Oracle Database or related products.
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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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