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ORA-01403

ORA-01403 Error Message: “No Data Found” Some Oracle errors are a result of coding that does not prove quite as comprehensive as desired. These types of errors involve going back through your code and creating or editing your PL/SQL to compensate for the mistake. The ORA-01403 error (“no data found”) …

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ORA-01034 Solution

As mentioned in the previous ORA-03113: End of File on Communication Channel article, a vast majority of errors in Oracle can be divided into two categories. The first of which are errors caused by syntax issues, often small user-generated mistakes in typing or issuing commands. The second types are errors …

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ORA-609 Solution

ORA-609 ORA-609 is an error message that you may see as a result of timeout issues. In this case, no modification to the actual code is needed; instead, you must examine the connection and figure out what may be triggering the timeout. The Problem When facing ORA-609, you will see …

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ORA-00937 Solution

ORA-00937 Error ORA-00937 occurs when the GROUP BY command is improperly used. The GROUP BY command allows the user to view rows having a common field value in a single row. For example, a small business CEO wants to view employees who worked the highest number of hours by department …

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ORA-00955 Solution

ORA-00955 ORA-00955 deals with violations of naming conventions and guidelines within Oracle. While it has one of the most straightforward and easy fixes of all Oracle errors, it is very important to follow naming rules in order to avoid being road blocked by an error when running your code. A …

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ORA-00972 Solution

ORA-00972 ORA-00972 is related to a simple syntax convention that concerns identifiers within Oracle. While fixing the error is rather simple, the following information about identifiers is important to know in order to understand how to name and use identifiers throughout your code. Each database object is represented by an …

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ORA-00984 Solution

ORA-00984: Column Not Allowed The majority of Oracle mistakes are the result of simple mix-ups. Whether it is through errors deriving from copying and pasting across programs, mistaking program functions or just flat-out getting distracted during your work, programming an Oracle database can lead to user errors that are relatively …

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ORA-00257 Solution

ORA-00257 Error Message Archiver Error Tips Today we are going to discuss an error that can arise, due in part, to improper memory storage. Because Oracle is indeed a database software, the very nature of that alone requires a degree of management when it comes to maintaining storage space for …

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ORA-00054 Solution

ORA-00054 Error Message Error ORA-00054 is a commonly seen error by Oracle users and occurs when a user tries to execute a LOCK TABLE or SELECT FOR UPDATE command with the NOWAIT keyword when the resource is unavailable. DDL or DML operations are being run concurrently without proper commits. In …

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ORA-00001 Solution

ORA-00001 Error Message Error messages in Oracle can seem like nagging roadblocks, but some are truly designed and signaled to aid in the efficiency of the database. While this may seem counterintuitive, if the program simply allowed the user to have free reign in making mistakes, Oracle would not be the …

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