Oracle Database Errors or Warnings from Error ORA-30181 to ORA-30202
ORA-30181: integer in argument index is not immediately followed by )
Cause: Missing closing parenthesis in argument index.
Action: Fix the format specification.
ORA-30182: invalid precision specifier
Cause: Period in format specification not followed by valid format.
Action: Replace the invalid precision specifier with a valid one.
ORA-30183: invalid field width specifier
Cause: Invalid field width supplied.
Action: Replace the invalid field width with a valid one.
ORA-30184: argument type not compatible with a format code
Cause: Bad argument type given for a format code.
Action: Make format and arguments be compatible.
ORA-30185: output too large to fit in the buffer
Cause: The buffer is not large enough to hold the entire output string.
Action: Fix the buffer size and length passed in.
ORA-30186: ‘\’ must be followed by four hexdecimal characters or another ‘\’
Cause: In the argument of SQL function UNISTR, a ” must be followed by four hexdecimal characters or another ”
Action: Fix the string format
ORA-30191: missing argument list
Cause: No argument list supplied.
Action: Modify the argument list to have at least OCIFormatEnd in it.
ORA-30200: Wrong NLS item was passed into OCINlsGetInfo()
Cause: The item is not supported NLS item
Action: Correct the item number passed to OCINlsGetInfo().
ORA-30201: Unable to load NLS data object
Cause: It may be caused by invalid NLS environment setting
Action: Check your NLS environment setting such as ORA_NLS33
ORA-30202: NULL pointer to OCIMsgh was passed to OCIMsg function
Cause: The NULL pointer was passed.
Action: Check your value of OCIMsgh pointer.
Above are list of Oracle Database Errors or Warnings from Error ORA-30181 to ORA-30202 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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