Oracle Database Errors or Warnings from Error ORA-31119 to ORA-31133
ORA-31119: XDB configuration cannot be udpated on all instances
Cause: An attempt was made to update XDB configuration.
Action: Ensure that each instance is correctly configured with its listener.
ORA-31121: The string operator cannot be FALSE
Cause: The value of the operator that was specified is FALSE.
Action: Specify an operator that evaluates to TRUE.
ORA-31122: The string operator has incorrect RHS value
Cause: The value on the right hand side, that has been specified for the operator did not evaluate to TRUE.
Action: Specify a value on the right hand side that evaluates to TRUE .
ORA-31127: RCList cannot contain noncommitted resource configuration
Cause: A commit was not executed after adding a resource configuration to an RCList by calling DBMS_RESCONFIG.ADDRESCONFIG()
Action: Make sure a commit is executed after calling DBMS_RESCONFIG.ADDRESCONFIG()
ORA-31128: The event handler calls cannot exceed the depth of string
Cause: Tried to fire an event with depth exceeding the maximum.
Action: Make sure the event that is being fired does not generate infinitely recursive calls, either to itself or to other functions or procedures.
ORA-31129: Unable to retrieve repository’s resource configuration
Cause: Tried to access a resource configuration referenced by the XDB repository that has been deleted.
Action: Disassociate the resource configuration from the repository.
ORA-31130: Specified resource configuration is not associated with given resource
Cause: Tried to delete a nonexistant resource configuration from the configuration list of the target resource.
Action: Make sure that the resource and resource configuration names are specified correctly and the resource configuration belongs to the configuration list of the given resource.
ORA-31131: <RCList> contains OID that is not a resource configuration OID
Cause: The OID in <RCList> element was not a resource configuration OID.
Action: Update the <RCList> element and resubmit statement.
ORA-31132: Cannot validate handler “string”.”string”
Cause: Attempted to invoke an invalid event handler. This can be a result of one of the following reasons: 1) The handler did not exist. 2) The handler could not be compiled successfully.
Action: Verify that the named handler does exist, then recompile and fix all compilation errors that may subsequently arise.
ORA-31133: Cannot execute handler “string”.”string” with invoker rights
Cause: Attempted to invoke an event handler with invoker rights when the SET-INVOKER attribute in the resource configuration that defines the handler was not set to TRUE.
Action: Either redefine the named handler with definer rights or change the SET-INVOKER attribute in the resource configuration that defines the named handler to TRUE.
Above are list of Oracle Database Errors or Warnings from Error ORA-31119 to ORA-31133 received while performing certain operation against Oracle Database or related products.
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