Oracle Database Errors or Warnings from Error ORA-35071 to ORA-35282

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ORA-35071: (QFHEAD06) EIF file string cannot be imported because analytic workspace string has not been upgraded to version string.
Cause: User attempted to import from an EIF file that was created by a newer version of the product into an AW that was created by a older version of the product.
Action: Make sure that the compatibility mode parameter in the init.ora of the importing instance specifies a version that is at least as high as the parameter was in the exporting instance. Then, convert the AW to the latest storage format and reexecute the import command. Alternatively, change the EIFVERSION option of the exporting instance to a lower number, recreate the EIF file, and import the new file.
ORA-35074: (QFHEAD02) EIF file string cannot be read by this version of string.
Cause: The EIF file was created with an internal version number indicating it may contain objects that are not compatible with the current Oracle OLAP version, or the EIF file is in an obsolete format.
Action: If possible, set EIFVERSION in the exporting instance to a lower number, recreate the EIF file, and import the new file.

ORA-35076: (QFHEAD04) CAUTION: The textual data in EIF file string is encoded in a character set that is not recognized by this version of string.
Cause: IMPORT could not recognize the character set specification in the EIF file.
Action: Check the imported text data. If it was not imported correctly, recreate the EIF file with a character set supported by the current Oracle version.
ORA-35078: (QFHEAD05) An EIF extension file header for string is not in the correct format.
Cause: An EIF extension file in multi-file IMPORT did not contain correct header information.
Action: Check to be sure that EIFEXTENSIONPATH is set correctly and that all the extension files for the current IMPORT were created by the same EXPORT command as the main EIF file.
ORA-35095: (QFSVNS01) One or more imported values of fixed-width dimension workspace object have been truncated.
Cause: The data in the EIF file was exported from a dimension with wider values than the target dimension will accommodate.
Action: Change the definition of the target dimension, or check to be sure that multiple values from the target dimension have not become identical during the import process. This could cause data loss as data from later dimension values overstores data imported earlier.

ORA-35180: (SNSYN103) The format of the OUTFILE command is: OUTFILE [APPEND] {EOF | TRACEFILE | filename [NOCACHE] [NLS_CHARSET name]}
Cause: The user specified incorrect syntax for the OUTFILE command.
Action: None
ORA-35276: (SNSYN163) The format of the ALLOCATE command is: ALLOCATE varname [SOURCE svarname] [BASIS bvarname [ACROSS dimname]] [TARGET tvarname [TARGETLOG logvarname]] [USING aggmap]
Cause: The user used incorrect syntax for the ALLOCATE command.
Action: Correct the calling syntax.
ORA-35280: (SNSYN165) The format of the AGGREGATE command is: AGGREGATE varname1 [varname2 varname3 …] [USING aggmap-name] [COUNTVAR intvar-name1 [intvar-name2 intvar-name3 …]] [FUNCDATA] [FORCEORDER] [PARALLEL #] [{FROM|FROMVAR} fromname [, fromname2 …]]
Cause: The user used incorrect syntax for the AGGREGATE command.
Action: Correct the calling syntax.
ORA-35282: (SNSYN166) The format of the AGGREGATE function is: AGGREGATE(varname [USING aggmap-name] [COUNTVAR intvar-name] [FORCECALC] [FORCEORDER] [{FROM|FROMVAR} fromname [, fromname2 …]])
Cause: The user used incorrect syntax for the AGGREGATE function.
Action: Correct the calling syntax.

Above are list of Oracle Database Errors or Warnings from Error ORA-35071 to ORA-35282 received while performing certain operation against Oracle Database or related products.

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