Oracle Database Errors or Warnings from Error ORA-36767 to ORA-36810
ORA-36767: (XSAGGCNTMOVE05) workspace object cannot be used as an AGGCOUNT while there are permissions applied to it.
Cause: The specified AGGCOUNT variable had its own permissions distinct from those on the aggregation variable.
Action: Select a different AGGCOUNT variable, or remove the permissions. In some cases this may require an UPDATE before the command can succeed.
ORA-36768: (XSAGGCNTMOVE06) An aggregation variable and its AGGCOUNT must have the same base dimensions.
Cause: An AGGCOUNT variable was specified with different base dimensions than the aggregation variable.
Action: Select an AGGCOUNT variable with exactly the same base dimensions as the aggregation variable.
ORA-36778: (XSPGTRLOW) The amount of available temporary storage is still low. Free some temporary storage immediately. You can do so, for example, by UPDATING or DETACHING an analytic workspace.
Cause: Ran out of temporary tablespace storage.
Action: Increase the amount of temporary tablespace storage.
ORA-36779: (XSPGPOOLOUT) Invalid parameter value. Olap_page_pool_size must be between must be between 2097152 and 2147483647. Olap_page_pool_size remain unmodified.
Cause: Specified value for olap_page_pool_size out of range.
ORA-36800: (XSTBLFUNC00) The OLAP_TABLE function can only have a single LOOP statement within the LIMITMAP
Cause: The OLAP table function given used more than one LOOP statement.
Action: It is currently impossible to specify more than one LOOP composite, either remove one of the statements (and loop densely over relevant dimensions), or create a new composite that encompasses both loops and have a single loop statement refer to that.
ORA-36802: (XSTBLFUNC01) The OLAP_TABLE function must contain a DATAMAP that executes a FETCH command or a LIMITMAP.
Cause: There is no limitmap on the table function and either the datamap does not contain a fetch, or it errored before the fetch was called.
Action: Check the datamap for errors, make sure that it executes a fetch statement, if it is not intended to execute the fetch then make sure that the table function has a valid limitmap.
ORA-36804: (XSTBLFUNC02) The OLAP_TABLE function encountered an error while parsing the LIMITMAP.
Cause: Invalid LIMITMAP syntax, or the name resolution failure of an ANALYTIC WORSKPACE OBJECT.
Action: Check the syntax of the limit map, check that the OLAP_TABLE function refers to a valid analytic workspace, check that all analytic workspace objects within the limitmap actually exist within the analytic workspace
ORA-36806: (XSTBLFUNC03) The OLAP_TABLE function refers to an invalid ADT attribute: string.
Cause: The limitmap refers to a matching of ADT attribute to AW object, but the ADT attribute is not an element of the specified ADT table. Most commonly this is a typo.
Action: Add the attribute to the ADT, correct the LIMITMAP, or remove the reference from the LIMITMAP.
ORA-36808: (XSTBLFUNC04) The OLAP_TABLE function LEVELREL clause cannot declare number ADT fields from number AW fields.
Cause: The limitmap has a levelrel clause which has a different number of values in the list to the right of the FROM than it has to the left.
Action: Change the limitmap so that there is a 1:1 mapping of adt and aw elements.
ORA-36810: (XSTBLFUNC05) Analytic workspace object number does not exist.
Cause: The limitmap refers to a non-existent aw object.
Action: Change the limitmap or define the object
Above are list of Oracle Database Errors or Warnings from Error ORA-36767 to ORA-36810 received while performing certain operation against Oracle Database or related products.
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