Oracle Database Errors or Warnings from Error ORA-30159 to ORA-30180
ORA-30159: OCIFileOpen: Cannot create the file or cannot open in the requested mode
Cause: The create flag was specified in OCIFileOpen such that the file was to be created. But unable to do so. Or the file already exists and the permissions on it doesn’t allow the file to be opened in in the requested open mode
Action: Check whether the user has permissions to create the specified file or if the file exists whether the permissions on it allow the requested open mode.
ORA-30160: Unable to access the file
Cause: The function was unable to access the existing the file.
Action: Check if the user has the required permissions on the file.
ORA-30161: A system error occurred during the OCIFile function call
Cause: A system error occured while executing the OCIFile function.
Action: Depend on the error.
ORA-30162: The OCIFile context is not initialzed
Cause: The function OCIFileInit need to be called before calling any other OCIFile function to initialize the OCIFile context.
Action: Call the function OCIFileInit need to be called before calling any other OCIFile function.
ORA-30163: The thread safety initialization failed
Cause: The call to SlgInit failed in OCIFileInit.
Action: Contact support
ORA-30175: invalid type given for an argument
Cause: There is an argument with an invalid type in the argument list.
Action: Use the correct type wrapper for the argument.
ORA-30176: invalid format code used in the format string
Cause: There is an invalid format code in the format string.
Action: Replace the invalid format code with a valid one.
ORA-30177: invalid flag used in a format specification
Cause: There is an invalid flag in a format specification.
Action: Replace the invalid flag with a valid one.
ORA-30178: duplicate flag used in a format specification
Cause: There is a duplicate flag in a format specification.
Action: Remove the duplicate flag.
ORA-30179: invalid argument index used in a format code
Cause: Zero or negative argument index or index not following (.”
Action: Replace the invalid argument index with a valid one.
ORA-30180: argument index is too large
Cause: An argument index exceeds actual number of arguments supplied.
Action: Fix format string or pass additional arguments.
Above are list of Oracle Database Errors or Warnings from Error ORA-30159 to ORA-30180 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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