Oracle Database Errors or Warnings from Error ORA-33456 to ORA-33883

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ORA-33456: (ESDREAD08) Discarding compiled code for workspace object because number is a(n) string, which string did not expect to find in a compiled program.
Cause: The type of the specified object has changed.
Action: None needed.
ORA-33458: (ESDREAD09) Discarding compiled code for workspace object because number is now type string, whereas it was type string when the code was compiled.
Cause: The type of the specified object has changed.
Action: None needed.
ORA-33460: (ESDREAD10) Discarding compiled code for workspace object because object workspace object is not in analytic workspace string.
Cause: The specified object is not in the same analytic workspace it was in when the compiled object was compiled.
Action: None needed.

ORA-33462: (ESDREAD10A) Discarding compiled code for workspace object because object number is not in analytic workspace string.
Cause: The specified object was not in the same analytic workspace it was when the compiled object was compiled
Action: None needed.
ORA-33468: (ESDREAD13) Discarding compiled code for workspace object because number is no longer a surrogate of dimension workspace object.
Cause: When the compiled code was saved, the specified object was a surrogate of a certain dimension. Now the specified object is a surrogate of a different dimension.
Action: No action needed; program automatically recompiles.
ORA-33557: (MAINTCHK01) You cannot string values of dimension workspace object during a loop over it.
Cause: User tried to insert or delete a value of the specified dimension while some loop over that dimension was active. The loop could be an explicit FOR or ACROSS loop, or a natural expression evaluation or OLAP_TABLE loop. Also, it could be a loop over the dimension itself or over a derived dimension (like a composite or partition template) or dimension alias that includes it. The insert or delete could be explicitly caused by the MAINTAIN command. It is also possible that the user attempted to assign a value to a variable or partition dimensioned by a composite during a loop over that composite using a qualified data reference (QDR), and that the exception was generated by the engine’s attempt to insert a new position in the composite to hold the new value.
Action: Move the dimension maintenance or QDR-based variable assignment outside the dimension loop.
ORA-33558: (LOCKCHECK01) The status or contents of the workspace object dimension cannot be changed while the LOCK_LANGUAGE_DIMS option is set to value.
Cause: A LIMIT or MAINTAIN was attempted on the named language dimension while the boolean option LOCK_LANGUAGE_DIMS was set to YES.
Action: SET LOCK_LANGUAGE_DIMS to NO and retry the MAINTAIN or LIMIT.

ORA-33625: (FRASSIGN02) You cannot use the APPEND keyword with concat dimension workspace object.
Cause: User used the APPEND keyword on a CONCAT target in a FILEREAD, SQL FETCH or SQL SELECT command.
Action: APPENDing a value to one of the CONCATs leaves automatically appends to the CONCAT.
ORA-33733: (xsILPMLTPreOp01) The analytic workspace string cannot be REVERTed or RESYNCed while the string program is active.
Cause: The AW REVERT and AW RESYNC commands cannot be used on an analytic workspace that contains a running program.
Action: Execute the command without running the specified program.
ORA-33883: (MAKEDCL36) You cannot use the string attribute when you define an EXTERNAL partition with an existing target.
Cause: User gave the TEMPORARY keyword in the definition of an external partition whose target variable was previously defined.
Action: Any storage characteristics of the external partition are determined by the target variable. These attributes should be set when the target is defined, not when the external partition is defined.

Above are list of Oracle Database Errors or Warnings from Error ORA-33456 to ORA-33883  received while performing certain operation against Oracle Database or related products.

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