Oracle Database Errors or Warnings from Error ORA-38865 to ORA-38902

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ORA-38865: cannot create restore point for a future SCN or time.
Cause: An attempt was made to create a restore point with an SCN or timestamp that is in the future.
Action: Revise the SCN or timestamp specified so that it is an SCN or timestamp in the past.
ORA-38866: cannot create restore point for an SCN or time before current database incarnation.
Cause: An attempt was made to create a restore point with an SCN or timestamp that is before the beginning of the current database incarnation.
Action: Revise the SCN or timestamp specified so that it is within current database incarnation.
ORA-38867: database not open: cannot create restore point with the specified timestamp
Cause: An attempt was made to create a restore point with the specified timestamp while the database was not open. The database must be open in order to map the timestamp to an SCN.
Action: Open the database first or pick another way to create the restore point.

ORA-38868: warning: the control file may have incorrect data file structure
Cause: This control file was created or converted based on a control file from a time different from the time of the database.
Action: Open database read-only to synchronize the control file with the database dictionary. You can also force recovery to proceed by invoking recovery again.
ORA-38869: datafile string has been restored from an RMAN backup with undo block compression.
Cause: Flashback Database could not flash back the database because a file was restored from an RMAN backup with undo block compression, and the Flashback target was to a time when the missing undo may be needed to open the database.
Action: Restore an earlier backup of the file and retry the command or Flashback to a later time.
ORA-38870: cannot backup a control file that may have incorrect data file structure.
Cause: This control file was created or converted based on a control file from a time different from the time of the database.
Action: Open database read-only to synchronize the control file with the database dictionary to fix the control file.

ORA-38871: cannot enable flashback before open resetlogs after incomplete recovery.
Cause: To enable flashback on a primary database, the database must be clean without requiring open resetlogs.
Action: Open resetlogs first and then enable flashback database.
ORA-38900: missing mandatory column “string” of error log table “string”
Cause: Mandatory column of error logging table is not present
Action: Add the named column to the error logging table. Consult ORACLE documentation for the correct data type.
ORA-38901: column “string” of table “string” must be one of the first “number” columns
Cause: Mandatory information column of error logging table is present, but must be at the beginning of the row.
Action: Create the error logging table correctly. Consult ORACLE documentation for the correct format of an error logging table.
ORA-38902: errors in array insert exceed string
Cause: The operation failed because the array INSERT had more errors than can be stored internally for BATCH ERRORs.
Action: Do not use BATCH ERROR mode when array INSERT has more error rows than the number specified in the error.

Above are list of Oracle Database Errors or Warnings from Error ORA-38865 to ORA-38902 received while performing certain operation against Oracle Database or related products.

What are atOracle Database Error Messages?

Oracle Error Messages may be returned while using products which are part of Oracle Database. Each Oracle Dabase Error or Warning Message mentioned above contains the Warning or Error Message Statement, a short explanation of the probable causes of the Error message, and a recommended action.

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