Oracle Database Errors or Warnings from Error ORA-32517 to ORA-32582

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ORA-32517: cannot issue ORADEBUG command ‘string’ to process ‘string’ (prior command execution time exceeds string ms); total wait time exceeds string ms
Cause: The process targeted to execute the ORADEBUG command was busy executing another ORADEBUG command. But, because the total wait time for all targeted processes exceeded the maximum wait time, the ORADEBUG command was not issued to the target process.
Action: Increase the timeout value.
ORA-32518: cannot wait for process ‘string’ to finish executing ORADEBUG command ‘string’ (waited string ms); total wait time exceeds string ms
Cause: The total wait time for all targeted processes exceeded the maximum wait time, therefore the wait for the targeted process to finish executing the ORADEBUG command was aborted.
Action: Increase the timeout value.
ORA-32550: Replacement occured despite hint to the contrary
Cause: This should never be signalled; it’s internal.
Action: Report to Oracle support.

ORA-32575: Explicit column default is not supported for modifying views
Cause: Default keyword was used to modify views.
Action: Use implicit default – omitting column-value pair.
ORA-32576: missing TYPE keyword
Cause: keyword TYPE is missing.
Action: Use TYPE keyword.
ORA-32577: username must be SYS or SYSTEM
Cause: A user name of SYS or SYSTEM was not specified when providing a password in the CREATE DATABASE statement.
Action: Only passwords for the SYS and SYSTEM users can be provided in the CREATE DATABASE statement. Re-issue the statement with passwords for users SYS or SYSTEM.
ORA-32578: password for SYS already specified
Cause: A password for the SYS user was specified twice in the CREATE DATABASE statement.
Action: Re-issue the CREATE DATABASE statement with only one password for the SYS user.

ORA-32579: password for SYSTEM already specified
Cause: A password for the SYSTEM user was specified twice in the CREATE DATABASE statement.
Action: Re-issue the CREATE DATABASE statement with only one password for the SYSTEM user.
ORA-32580: both SYS and SYSTEM passwords must be provided
Cause: Passwords for both the SYS and SYSTEM users were not provided in the CREATE DATABASE statement. If one of the passwords was provided, then both should be provided.
Action: Re-issue the CREATE DATABASE statement with a password for both the SYS and SYSTEM users.
ORA-32581: missing or invalid password
Cause: An incorrect password was provided for the SYS or SYSTEM user in the CREATE DATABASE statement.
Action: Re-issue the CREATE DATABASE statement with a valid password.
ORA-32582: table function with left correlation to a table cannot also be left outer-joined to the table
Cause: A table function T2 contains a reference to a table T1. T2 is also left outer-joined to T1. This is not allowed.
Action: Remove the reference to T1 from T2 or remove the left outer-join specification (+).

Above are list of Oracle Database Errors or Warnings from Error ORA-32517 to ORA-32582 received while performing certain operation against Oracle Database or related products.

What are atOracle Database Error Messages?

Oracle Error Messages may be returned while using products which are part of Oracle Database. Each Oracle Dabase 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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