Oracle Database Errors or Warnings from Error ORA-33911 to ORA-34061

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ORA-33911: (MAKEDCL29) You cannot define a string in analytic workspace string because it has not been upgraded to version string.
Cause: User attempted to define an object that requires a certain compatibility setting in an AW that has not been upgraded to that compatibility level.
Action: Make sure that the database is running in the appropriate compatibility mode, and upgrade the AW.
ORA-33918: (MAKEDCL33) You cannot define a surrogate of dimension workspace object because it is a string.
Cause: Not all kinds of dimensions can have surrogates. The user attempted to define a surrogate of a prohibited kind of dimension.
Action: Do not attempt to define a surrogate on this dimension.
ORA-33920: (MAKEDCL34) The string SURROGATE must have one of the following data types: ID, NTEXT, TEXT, NUMBER, DATETIME, TIMESTAMP, or INTEGER.
Cause: The user attempted to define a surrogate without specifying a valid data type.
Action: Specify the data type (ID, NTEXT, TEXT, NUMBER, or INTEGER) in the definition of the surrogate.
ORA-33922: (MAKEDCL35) You cannot define a surrogate of dimension workspace object because it is a time dimension.
Cause: The user attempted to define a surrogate on a dimension that has type DAY, WEEK, MONTH, or YEAR.
Action: Do not attempt to define a surrogate on this dimension.

ORA-33998: (MODCOMP12) You cannot use both workspace object and workspace object as model dimensions, because workspace object is a surrogate of workspace object.
Cause: The user attempted to include both a dimension and its surrogate in the DIMENSION statement of a model.
Action: Use either the dimension or the surrogate in the DIMENSION statement of the model, but not both.
ORA-34000: (MODCOMP13) You cannot use both workspace object and workspace object as model dimensions, because they are both surrogates of dimension workspace object.
Cause: The user attempted to include two dimension surrogates of the same dimension in the DIMENSION statement of a model.
Action: Use either of the two surrogates in the DIMENSION statement of the model, but not both.
ORA-34001: (MODCOMP14) Concat leaf dimension workspace object already is used in a DIMENSION statement, either explicitly or as a leaf of another concat dimension.
Cause: Either two concat dimensions which share a common leaf dimension, or a concat and one of its leaves where both specified in the DIMENSION statement(s).
Action: Do not specify overlapping concat dimensions, or any leaves of specified concat dimensions.

ORA-34019: (MSCGADD03) workspace object is not a LIST PARTITION TEMPLATE.
Cause: User attempted to MAINTAINT ADD or DELETE a list value from a RANGE or CONCAT partition template.
Action: Partitioning in a RANGE or CONCAT partition template cannot be changed using the MAINTAIN command.
ORA-34021: (MSCGADD04) You must specify a partition when maintaining PARTITION TEMPLATE workspace object.
Cause: User attempted to MAINTAINT ADD or DELETE a list value from a LIST partition template, but didn’t specify which partition to add to or delete from.
Action: Specify the partition: maintain (template) add to partition (partitionname) (values) or maintain (template) delete from partition (partitionname) (values)
ORA-34059: (MSEXECUT12) You cannot delete non session-only dimension values from unique concat dimension workspace object.
Cause: The user tried to apply MAINTAIN DELETE to a non-SESSION value.
Action: Only use MAINTAIN DELETE to remove SESSION values from a concat dimension.
ORA-34061: (MSEXECUT11) Session-only values cannot be added to non-unique concat dimension workspace object, or any of its base dimensions.
Cause: Only UNIQUE concat dimensions can have custom member values.
Action: Use the CHGDFN command to change the concat dimension to UNIQUE and retry.

Above are list of Oracle Database Errors or Warnings from Error ORA-33911 to ORA-34061 received while performing certain operation against Oracle Database or related products.

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