Teradata SQL Error and Failure Codes from Error 8236 To 8246

8236 Cross Platform Migration is currently not supported.
Explanation: At present there is no support for RESTORE/COPY operations across platforms with hardware architectures
having different endianness – for instance restoring a Little-endian Archive to a Big-endian target system. Hence any
such migration attempt will not be permitted.
Generated By: hutinr
For Whom: End User
Remedy: Donot resubmit the RESTORE/COPY operation. Verify that you are running compatible versions of the host
and DBS Software. If a COPY was attempted some new dummy tables could have been created and hence would require to
be deleted manually.

8237 Row on restore meets LOG WHERE condition.
Explanation: The row satisfies the LOG WHERE condition but is outside the restore delete scope.
Generated By: Stp
For Whom: End User
Remedy: Evaluate the row to determine if it should be merged into existing partitions.

8239 Restore/Copy detected invalid condition for UDT: %FSTR %VSTR.
Explanation: This error is generated if the system determines that the UDT data archived with the table does not match
the current system info or if there is a problem with the current definition of a UDT. VSTR will give an expanded explanation
of the actual problem encountered by the system.
There are few possibilities: . Archived UDT (UdtName) info in table header does not match Currently, the check is limited
to the maximum length of the UDT data. . Type (UDT) is missing . Ordering is missing for a UDT . Transform is missing for
a UDT . The system was unable to create a valid UDT instance. This situation could be due to the fact that the UDT library
does not exist or that an entry point for the UDT (UDF/UDM) could not be found in the UDT library.
Generated By: hutinr, hutrdb, hutrdbd.
For Whom: Support Representative/System Administrator.
Remedy: Contact software support and explain the scenario. Most likely the UDT definition has changed since the
archive. Table in the archive is not usable and will not be restored unless the original UDT definition can be recreated.

8240 Build cannot be restarted on a Multiset table.
Explanation: This error is returned when a build operation is restarted for a Multiset table. We currently do not have a
way to keep information on which of duplicate rows in a Multiset table we were working on when interrupted during
build phase and proceeding further may cause data integrity problem or DBS restart from a file system error.
Generated By: HUTBLD Amp procedure.
For Whom: End user.
Remedy: The table for which this error is returned needs to be dropped and then copied or restored from the beginning.

8241 Improperly formatted directed request.
Explanation: The errors (8241-8257) are generated if a directed request is improperly formatted or inconsistent. The different
error code values just allow support to isolate the source of the problem more quickly.
Generated By: Various AMP Procedures.
For Whom: Support Representative/System Administrator.
Remedy: Contact software support and explain the scenario.

8242 Improperly formatted directed request.
Explanation: The errors (8241-8257) are generated if a directed request is improperly formatted or inconsistent. The different
error code values just allow support to isolate the source of the problem more quickly.
Generated By: Various AMP Procedures.
For Whom: Support Representative/System Administrator.
Remedy: Contact software support and explain the scenario.

8243 Illegal use or invalid sequence of parcels.
Explanation: This error indicates some of the Log Sequence Number flags are not properly set. The errors (8241-8257)
are generated if a directed request is improperly formatted or inconsistent. The different error code values just allow support
to isolate the source of the problem more quickly.
Generated By: Restore data block host utility step (hutrdb). Various AMP Procedures.
For Whom: Support Representative/System Administrator. Support Representative/System Administrator.
Remedy: Contact software support and explain the scenario. Contact software support and explain the scenario.

8244 Illegal use or invalid sequence of parcels.
Explanation: This error indicates either Locating a Field header or Restoring process failure, while rows need rehashing
or redistributing due to different configurations or different hash bucket sizes. The errors (8241-8257) are generated if a
directed request is improperly formatted or inconsistent. The different error code values just allow support to isolate the
source of the problem more quickly.
Generated By: Restore data block host utility step (hutrdb) or (u2urhdbk). Various AMP Procedures.
For Whom: Support Representative/System Administrator. Support Representative/System Administrator.
Remedy: Contact software support and explain the scenario. Contact software support and explain the scenario.

8245 Internal error.
Explanation: Indicates an mmu error which has to be logged. The errors (8241-8257) are generated if a directed request
is improperly formatted or inconsistent. The different error code values just allow support to isolate the source of the problem
more quickly.
Generated By: Sanity-check and reformat a restore parcel (hutrfm2). Various AMP Procedures.
For Whom: Support Representative/System Administrator. Support Representative/System Administrator.
Remedy: Contact software support and explain the scenario. Contact software support and explain the scenario.

8246 Improperly formatted directed request.
Explanation: The errors (8241-8257) are generated if a directed request is improperly formatted or inconsistent. The different
error code values just allow support to isolate the source of the problem more quickly.
Generated By: Various AMP Procedures.
For Whom: Support Representative/System Administrator.
Remedy: Contact software support and explain the scenario.

Above are list of Teradata Errors or Failure Codes from Error 8236 To 8246 received while performing certain operation against Teradata Database or related products.

What are Teradata Database Errors?

In general, each Teradata error message contains the following information:
• The message number.
• The message text. This text is usually returned with the message number. Some messages employ word substitution, where the word substituted represents the system-replacement of a term more specific to the occurrence.
• An explanation of how the error may have occurred.
• Generated-by text that indicates the software module which initiated the message. This field serves a diagnostic purpose for support and development personnel.
• A remedy which suggests how to resolve the condition.

Hope this was helpful.

Thanks,
SQLServerF1 Team
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