Oracle Database Errors or Warnings from Error ORA-33427 to ORA-33454

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ORA-33427: (EIFMAKEF16) CAUTION: NTEXT object workspace object will be exported with type TEXT.
Cause: User attempted to export an object whose data type is NTEXT, but but the EIFVERSION option indicates a version of Express / Oracle OLAP that does not support the NTEXT data type. The object will be exported as a TEXT object instead.
Action: No action needed.
ORA-33429: (EIFMAKEF17) CAUTION: NTEXT expression will be exported with type TEXT.
Cause: User attempted to export an expression whose data type is NTEXT, but but the EIFVERSION option indicates a version of Express / Oracle OLAP that does not support the NTEXT data type. The expression will be exported as a TEXT object instead.
Action: No action needed.
ORA-33443: (ESDREAD14) Discarding compiled code for workspace object because analytic workspace string is not attached.
Cause: A program used an analytic workspace name in a qualified object name. The named analytic workspace is not attached at program run time.
Action: No action necessary. The program will be automatically recompiled. It is likely that the recompile will fail with an appropriate exception code, in which case the signaled condition should be corrected and the program re-run.

ORA-33445: (ESDREAD15) Discarding compiled code for workspace object because workspace object and workspace object, which were not partition-dependent when the code was compiled, are now partition-dependent.
Cause: Two variables are “partition-dependent” if they share any external partition target variables, or if one is the target of an external partition of the other. If object names referred to non-partition-dependent variables at compile time but refer to partition-dependent variables in the run-time context, the OLAP DML program, formula, or model will be automatically recompiled.
Action: None needed.
ORA-33447: (ESDREAD16) Discarding compiled code for workspace object because workspace object and workspace object, which were partition-dependent when the code was compiled, are now not partition-dependent.
Cause: Two variables are “partition-dependent” if they share any external partition target variables, or if one is the target of an external partition of the other. If object names referred to partition-dependent variables at compile time but refer to non-partition-dependent variables in the run-time context, the OLAP DML program, formula, or model will be automatically recompiled.
Action: None needed.
ORA-33448: (ESDREAD04) Discarding compiled code for workspace object because number now has string data, whereas it had string data when the code was compiled.
Cause: The datatype of the specified variable has changed.
Action: None needed.
ORA-33449: (ESDREAD17) Discarding compiled code for workspace object because the partition method or partition dimension of number has changed since it was compiled.
Cause: The partitioning method (LIST, RANGE, or CONCAT) or the partition dimension of the partition template is sufficiently different from what it was when the code was compiled that the code must be recompiled.
Action: None needed.

ORA-33450: (ESDREAD05) Discarding compiled code for workspace object because number now has more or fewer dimensions than it had when the code was compiled.
Cause: The dimensionality of the specified object has changed.
Action: None needed.
ORA-33452: (ESDREAD06) Discarding compiled code for workspace object because number is now dimensioned by workspace object. It was dimensioned by workspace object when the code was compiled.
Cause: The dimensionality of the specified object has changed.
Action: None needed.
ORA-33454: (ESDREAD07) Discarding compiled code for workspace object because number is now string workspace object, whereas it was string workspace object when the code was compiled.
Cause: The specified object has changed.
Action: None needed.

Above are list of Oracle Database Errors or Warnings from Error ORA-33427 to ORA-33454 received while performing certain operation against Oracle Database or related products.

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