Oracle Database Errors or Warnings from Error ORA-33308 to ORA-33425

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ORA-33308: (DBVALID04) SEVERE ERROR: Record number used but not allocated
Cause: The AW VALIDATE command has detected a problem that will result in corruption of the analytic workspace. There is no corruption yet.
Action: Export and recreate the analytic workspace.
ORA-33309: (DBVALID05) SEVERE ERROR: Record number used but not allocated (PS number)
Cause: The AW VALIDATE command has detected a problem that will result in corruption of the analytic workspace. There is no corruption yet.
Action: Export and recreate the analytic workspace.
ORA-33313: (DELDENT05) workspace object cannot be deleted because it is the target of an external partition of a partitioned variable.
Cause: User attempted to delete a variable, but some partitioned variable was defined to use that variable as the target of one of its external partitions.
Action: DELETE the partitioned variable or CHGDFN DROP PARTITION the the external partition from the partitioned variable, then delete the target variable.

ORA-33315: (XSDELDENTANON) You cannot delete workspace object while looping over unnamed composite workspace object.
Cause: While looping over the named anonymous composite, an attempt was made to delete an object which is dimensioned by it.
Action: Delete the object outside of a loop over the dimension.
ORA-33332: (DSSEXIST01) Use the AW command to establish a current analytic workspace. Then start your current activity again.
Cause: There is no currently active analytic workspace. The command that generated the error requires an active analytic workspace to operate on.
Action: Execute an AW ATTACH or AW CREATE command to establish an active workspace.
ORA-33334: (DSSEXIST04) Analytic workspace string is not attached.
Cause: The specified analytic workspace is currently not attached to the session, or the name is misspelled.
Action: Attach the analytic workspace with the AW ATTACH command, or correct the spelling of the name .

ORA-33336: (DSSEXIST04A) Analytic workspace string is not attached.
Cause: The specified analytic workspace is currently not attached to the session, or the name is misspelled.
Action: Attach the analytic workspace with the AW ATTACH command, or correct the spelling of the name .
ORA-33338: (DSSEXIST05) You cannot specify the EXPTEMP analytic workspace.
Cause: The command requires a non-temporary analytic workspace to operate on.
Action: Specify an analytic workspace other than EXPTEMP.
ORA-33413: (EIFMAKEF01) You cannot export compressed composite workspace object because one of its bases has limited status or a PERMIT READ restriction.
Cause: Export of a compressed composite to an EIF file or lob failed because one or more of the bases had some values that were not in the current status. This can be caused either by a LIMIT command or a PERMIT READ restriction on the dimension.
Action: Either set the base dimensions’ statuses to ALL and remove their PERMIT READ programs, or export using the NOAGGR keyword.
ORA-33425: (EIFMAKEF15) CAUTION: Exporting NTEXT objects using string for the EIF file character set can cause loss of data. To preserve all NTEXT data, export using the UTF8 character set for the EIF file.
Cause: The user exported an object with data type NTEXT, but the EIF file that will result from the EXPORT command is not written in Unicode. Because no non-Unicode file can represent all possible Unicode data, it is possible that some data will be lost when converting from the Unicode NTEXT object to the EIF file. The EIF file will be written in the character set indicated by the “nls_charset” argument of the EXPORT command, or, if no such argument is present, in the database character set.
Action: If the user is certain that the contents of the NTEXT object can be represented in the specified character set, then no action is necessary. Otherwise, the user can add “nls_charset ‘UTF8′” to the EXPORT command string. This will result in the EIF file being written in UTF8 Unicode, which can represent all the data contained in NTEXT objects.

Above are list of Oracle Database Errors or Warnings from Error ORA-33308 to ORA-33425 received while performing certain operation against Oracle Database or related products.

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