Oracle Database Errors or Warnings from Error ORA-37106 to ORA-37116

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ORA-37106: (XSVPART06) Invalid partition name number.
Cause: The user gave an invalid partition name.
Action: Supply a valid partition name.
ORA-37107: (XSVPART07) Attempt to write to non-existent partition of workspace object.
Cause: Some action attempted to write data to a partitioned variable, but the variable didn’t have a partition for that data. This can result from a partition template that does not assign all possible dimension values to some subcube, or from a partitioned variable that does not have a partition for one of the partitions defined by the partition template.
Action: Make sure that the cell being written is assigned to some partition by the partition template, and that the variable has an actual partition associated with the partition of the template. Use the CHGDFN template DEFINE… command to define new partitions within the template, and the CHGDFN variable ADD… command to add new partitions to the variable. Alternatively, the PARTWRITEERR can be set to false, in which case data being written to a non-existent partition will be silently discarded.
ORA-37108: (XSVPART08) workspace object has an AGGCOUNT, but workspace object does not.
Cause: An attempt was made to add a partition to a partitioned variable. Either the partition was defined WITH AGGCOUNT and the partitioned variable was not, or the partitioned variable was defined WITH AGGCOUNT and the partition was not.
Action: Use CHGDFN ADD AGGCOUNT or CHGDFN DROP AGGCOUNT to either add or remove an AGGCOUNT from either the partition or the partitioned variable.

ORA-37109: (XSVPART09) Partition workspace object and its parent variable workspace object cannot both be specified.
Cause: Partition and its parent partition were operated upon together.
Action: Remove the partition from the object list.
ORA-37111: Unable to load the OLAP API sharable library: (string)
Cause: This happens if: (1) the OLAP API sharable library is missing. (2) a sharable library upon which the OLAP API sharable library depends is missing. (3) the OLAP API sharable library is the wrong version.
Action: Ensure that Oracle is properly installed with the OLAP option. If the RDBMS has been patched, review the patch log for errors. If the problem persists, report it to Oracle Customer Support.
ORA-37112: OLAP API requires Oracle 9.2 or later
Cause: The version of the OLAP API jar files that you used requires Oracle version 9.2 or later.
Action: Ensure that the URL with which the JDBC connection was opened is correct. If the RDBMS instance is running in compatibility mode for a version older than 9.2, it must be upgraded to at least 9.2.0.0.0 to be used with this version of the OLAP API.

ORA-37113: OLAP API initialization error: (string)
Cause: OLAP API initialization failed.
Action: Ensure that Oracle is properly installed with the OLAP option. If the RDBMS has been patched, review the patch log for errors. If the problem persists, report it to Oracle Customer Support.
ORA-37114: OLAP API bootstrap error: (string)
Cause: OLAP API bootstrapping failed.
Action: Ensure that Oracle is properly installed with the OLAP option. If the RDBMS has been patched, review the patch log for errors. If the problem persists, report it to Oracle Customer Support.
ORA-37115: New OLAP API history is not allowed
Cause: If there are active OLAP API sessions, it is not allowed to start a new OLAP API history by setting _olapi_history_retention parameter to true.
Action: Wait until all active OLAP API sessions terminate before resetting _olapi_history_retention parameter to true.
ORA-37116: OLAP API table function error: (string)
Cause: OLAP API table function failed.
Action: Ensure that Oracle is properly installed with the OLAP option. If the RDBMS has been patched, review the patch log for errors. If the problem persists, report it to Oracle Customer Support.

Above are list of Oracle Database Errors or Warnings from Error ORA-37106 to ORA-37116 received while performing certain operation against Oracle Database or related products.

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