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It was still being created or there was an error during the create operation. Cause: An error was encountered when executing a pluggable database task on one of the Oracle RAC instances. Action: Examine the cause of failure on the instance. Cause: An attempt was made to use a cursor that was parsed or executed in a different container. Parse, execute, fetch, and close a cursor only all in the same container. Cause: An operation was attempted that is not supported in the Container Database root.

Action: Specify a valid and active instance name. Cause: An attempt was made to relocate a pluggable database to the current instance. Action: Specify an instance which is different then the current instance. Cause: Media recovery stopped because the pluggable database was either unplugged, dropped or renamed on the primary database. Action: Close the pluggable database on all instances and restart the recovery. Cause: An attempt was made to create or update the specified multitenant container database CDB resource plan to use more than the supported number of directives.

Action: Remove the directives for pluggable databases PDBs that are not active on this database. Cause: The database character set of the container database was not a superset of the database character set of the pluggable database being plugged in. Action: Plug the pluggable database into a container database having a compatible database character set.

Cause: An attempt was made to perform an operation affecting a pluggable database while connected to a different pluggable database. Action: Connect to the desired pluggable database and perform the operation. Cause: The national character set of the container database was not the same as the national character set of the pluggable database being plugged in.

Action: Plug the pluggable database into a container database having the same national character set. Cause: The XML metadata file for the pluggable database being plugged in contained a database or national character set ID that was not valid for the container database. This can happen if the XML file is manually modified, if it is corrupted on disk, or if the set of supported character sets differs between the container database and the source database of the pluggable database because a user-defined character set has not been installed in the Oracle Home directory of the container database.

Action: If you have manually modified the XML metadata file of the pluggable database, restore the original file or re-create the pluggable database from its source database. Manual modifications of the XML file are not supported. If the pluggable database uses a user-defined character set, make sure the character set is installed in the Oracle Home directory of the container database.

Otherwise, contact Oracle Support Services. Cause: Clients earlier than Oracle Database 12c Release 1 do not support this feature. Action: Upgrade the client to Oracle Database 12c Release 1 or later. Cause: An attempt was made to set the container inside a context where such an operation is prohibited.

Action: Do not set the container from inside a system trigger or a DML context. Cause: The pluggable database was not closed cleanly and there are active transactions that need to be recovered. Action: Specify an output file location for recovery.

RECOVER by either not specifying a data file or directory location, or by specifying a nonexistent data file or directory location. Action: Specify a valid data file or directory location and retry the operation. Cause: The pluggable database was already opened on all instances.

Cause: An attempt was made to relocate more than one pluggable database. Cause: An attempt was made to use a feature that is not supported in a pluggable database. Action: Do not use this feature in a pluggable database. Cause: The endian of the container database was not the same as the endian of the pluggable database being plugged in. Action: Plug the pluggable database into a container database having the same endian.

Another alternative is to perform PDB point-in-time recovery. A message is logged in the alert log indicating SCN and time until which the pluggable database can be point-in-time recovered. Cause: Either the specified data file was restored from a backup that was taken during a period of time that was discarded by a RESETLOGS operation, or Oracle could not identify which pluggable database incarnation the file belongs to.

The alert log contains more information. Action: Restore a backup of this file that belonged to either the current or a prior incarnation of the pluggable database. Cause: Either the XML metadata file or the data file was corrupt. Action: Verify that the XML metadata file and the data file are consistent as of the point when the unplug was done and retry the operation. Cause: An attempt was made to create a common profile with a name that is not valid for common profiles.

Action: Specify a valid common profile name. Cause: An attempt was made to create a local profile with a name that is not valid for local profiles. Local profile names cannot start with C or c. Action: Specify a valid local profile name.

Action: Resolve all of the errors before trying to disable a restricted session. Cause: An attempt was made to unlock a common user account in a pluggable database PDB which was locked in the root of the container database. Action: Ensure that a common user account is not locked in the root before attempting to unlock it in a PDB. Action: Close the pluggable database first and retry the operation.

Action: Choose a different name for the PDB. Cause: An attempt was made to start an instance as a container or a non-container database when atleast one of the other instances was started in a different mode. Action: Start the instance in the same mode as all the other instances. Cause: An attempt was made to bring online one or more datafiles belonging to a pluggable database that is disabled for recovery.

Cause: An attempt was made to bring online a tablespace that was either missing in the plug XML file or excluded when the pluggable database was created. Action: Drop and recreate the tablespace to bring it online.

Cause: An attempt was made to change the default logging attribute to be the same as the current attribute value for the pluggable database. Action: Change the logging attribute to a different value. Cause: Source file directory was missing or invalid. Cause: An attempt was made to plug in a pluggable database with an incompatible version of the multitenant container database or the application root. Action: Plug in a pluggable database with a compatible version of the multitenant container database or the application root.

Cause: An attempt was made to use an invalid service name in the services clause. Cause: An attempt was made to clone a pluggable database which contains some clustered tables or index organized tables or advanced queue tables. Action: Retry the clone operation after dropping all such objects from the source pluggable database. Cause: The password of the common user account has expired and needs to be changed. Action: Change the password of the common user or contact the DBA.

Cause: The system could not access a required archived redo log file. Action: Ensure that the offline log exists, the storage device is online, and the archived redo log file is in the correct location. Cause: An error was encountered while attempting to copy the file while creating a pluggable database. Action: Check additional error messages for the cause of the failure to copy the file, and resolve the issue accordingly.

Cause: An attempt to create an XML file failed because a file with that name already exists. Cause: The service name or network name in the specified service is invalid or it conflicts with an existing service name or network name in the container database. Cause: The block size of the system tablespace of the pluggable database to be plugged in did not match the block sizes configured in the container database.

Cause: An attempt was made to create a common user, role or profile with the same name as an existing local user, role or profile. Action: Specify a different user, role or profile name. Cause: An attempt was made to either enable a conflicting logging mode or to disable a logging mode when it was not enabled. Cause: An attempt was made to create a multitenant container database CDB view with an invalid table or view name.

Action: Specify a valid table or view name of the form owner. Cause: An attempt was made to modify the state of a pluggable database which is currently in the middle of a state transition. RECOVER by specifying data files or a directory name containing data files which are duplicate copies of the same file. Cause: An attempt was made to relocate a pluggable database PDB which was opened with warnings or there were warnings encountered after relocating the PDB.

Cause: An operation such as creation of an application seed that can only be performed in an application root was attempted by a user not connected to an application root. Action: Connect to an application root container to perform the operation. Cause: An operation such as creation of an application root that can only be performed in a multitenant container database CDB root container was attempted by a user not connected to the CDB root.

Action: Connect to the CDB root container to perform the operation. Cause: The user connected to an application root attempted to specify a pluggable database PDB that does not belong to the application container in a statement which can only affect PDBs belonging to the application container. Action: Connect to a View Pluggable Database to perform the operation.

Cause: An attempt to clone from a pluggable database PDB which had one one or more data files that are currently part of an online move or a hot backup operation. Action: Retry the operation after the backup or move of the data files is complete. Cause: An attempt was made to perform an operation which is not allowed when the pluggable database PDB is being cloned concurrently. Action: Retry the operation after the clone from the pluggable database is complete.

Cause: An attempt was made to perform an operation while a conflicting database wide operation or a read write pluggable database PDB clone is in progress. Action: Retry the operation after the conflicting operation is complete. Cause: An attempt was made to clone a pluggable database that contains some clustered tables or advanced queue tables. Action: Retry the clone operation after dropping all clustered tables and advanced queue tables from the source pluggable database.

Cause: An attempt was made to assign an invalid pluggable database pattern for this initialization parameter. Action: Specify a valid pluggable database name pattern. Cause: A valid lockdown profile name was not present where required.

Action: Reissue the statement with a valid lockdown profile name. Action: Specify a valid statement or option or feature. Cause: An attempt was made to specify a lockdown profile that did not exist. Cause: An attempt was make to create a lockdown profile with a name that already existed. Action: Choose an appropriate value for the option.

Cause: An operation was attempted that can only be performed in an application root. Action: Switch to the application root container to perform the operation. Cause: An attempt was made to 'purge' or 'begin' an application action install, uninstall, upgrade, or patch while another action was already in progress.

Action: Attempt operation after the ongoing application action is complete. Cause: An attempt was made to end an application action install, uninstall, upgrade, or patch without a prior 'begin' call. Cause: The starting version of the application upgrade did not match the current version of the application. Action: Attempt operation with the correct starting version.

Cause: The minimum version for the application patch did not exist. Action: Retry the operation with the correct minimum version. Cause: An action was attempted on an application that did not exist. Cause: An attempt was made to start an application patch that was already installed. Action: Attempt installation of a different application patch.

Cause: An attempt was made to end an application patch that was not in progress. Cause: An attempt was made to change the sharing status of an object that either did not exist, or was of a type that could not be made common. Action: Attempt the operation on a different object. Cause: An action was attempted on an application that already exists. Cause: An attempt was made to enable a parameter only supported in a multitenant container database CDB , and the current database is not a CDB.

Action: Remove the parameter before starting the instance. Action: Specify an existing tablespace to be set as the default. Cause: An attempt was made to execute a SQL statement, in a pluggable database PDB , which was disabled according to the corresponding lock down profile.

Action: Enable the SQL statement in the lock down profile and then try to execute the statement. Cause: An attempt was made to use an incompatible client version. Clients prior to Oracle Database 12c Release 2 Action: Either upgrade the Oracle client to Cause: An attempt was made to provide an invalid file name which could not be opened for generating the unplug archive.

Action: Check that the file name is valid and the file path is accessible. Cause: An attempt was made to use an invalid application version. Action: Specify a valid application version. Cause: An attempt was made to directly alter or drop an internal database link. Cause: An attempt was made to create or access a proxy pluggable database that referenced a non-existent or closed pluggable database.

Action: Create or open the referenced pluggable database. Cause: An attempt to support pluggable database PDB isolation mode in a global undo enabled pluggable database failed. Cause: An attempt was made to create a common user, role or profile with the same name as an existing common user, role or profile.

Cause: An operation was attempted inside an application root that requires the application root to be open. Action: Open the application root and then reissue the statement. Action: Reissue the statement with a valid service name. Action: Make sure that you are connected to an application root before attempting this operation. Cause: An attempt was made to issue a statement affecting a user, role, or object used by an application installed in an application container while not installing, upgrading, patching, or uninstalling such application.

Action: Make sure that an application installed in an application container is being installed, upgraded, patched, or uninstalled when issuing a statement affecting a user, role, or object. Cause: An attempt was made to execute an unsupported statement after an application action install, uninstall, upgrade, or patch was started.

Cause: An attempt was made to operate on an application after it was uninstalled. Cause: An attempt was made to alter a lockdown profile with an invalid clause. Action: Specify a valid clause while altering the lockdown profile. Cause: An attempt was made to alter a lockdown profile with an invalid option. Action: Specify a valid option while altering the lockdown profile. Cause: The ending version of the application upgrade matched a previous version of the application. Action: Attempt operation with the correct ending version.

Action: Specify a relative path and reissue the statement. Cause: An attempt was made to create a pluggable database where one or more tablespaces has an invalid tablespace number. Cause: An attempt was made to create an application root clone for an application container that has already reached the maximum permitted number of application root clones.

Action: Avoid creating too many application root clones. Cause: An attempt was made to create a proxy pluggable database to a non-multitenant container database non-CDB instance. Action: Create a proxy pluggable database to a pluggable database.

Cause: An attempt was made to create a proxy pluggable database that references an application root clone. Action: Create a proxy pluggable database that references a different pluggable database. Cause: An attempt was made to synchronize an application that has not ended its install, patch, upgrade, or uninstall.

Action: End the application install, patch, upgrade, or uninstall. Cause: An attempt was made to either create a refreshable clone of a proxy pluggable database or to create a proxy pluggable database which is also enabled for refresh. Action: Create a refresh clone of a regular pluggable database. Cause: An attempt was made to refresh a pluggable database PDB which was either not created as a refreshable PDB or the final refresh was already complete. Action: Attempt the operation only on a PDB that is enabled for refresh.

Cause: This is an internally stimulated error. Cause: An attempt was made to dismount a pluggable database on a standby instance. Cause: An attempt was made to drop or unplug the root of an application container to which one or more application pluggable databases PDBs belong. Action: Drop the application PDBs belonging to the application container before attempting to drop or unplug the application root.

Cause: An attempt was made to drop, unplug, or alter an application root clone pluggable database which is not allowed. Cause: An attempt was made to reopen an application root in a mode incompatible with that of an application PDB belonging to the same application container. Action: Reopen the application PDB in a compatible mode and then retry the operation. Cause: An attempt was made to refresh a pluggable database PDB with no refresh mode. Action: Specify a manual or automatic refresh mode for the PDB.

Cause: An attempt was made to perform an operation that is not allowed in an application patch. Action: Use application upgrade instead of application patch. Cause: An attempt was made to alter an application that was created internally. Action: Specify a non-internal application. Cause: An operation was attempted that can only be performed in an application PDB. Action: Switch to the application PDB to perform the operation. Cause: An attempt was made to apply the specified changes to all containers.

Cause: An operation was attempted that can only be performed in an application action install, uninstall, upgrade, or patch. Cause: An operation was attempted that can only be performed from within a non-container database. Action: Switch to a non-container database to perform the operation.

Cause: An attempt was made to add a rule that already exists in the lockdown profile. Action: Specify a rule that does not exist in the lockdown profile. Action: Disable PDB isolation mode before starting the instance. Cause: An attempt was made to start a pluggable database PDB with a system global area SGA size larger than or equal to the multitenant container.

Cause: An attempt was made to create a proxy pluggable database that referenced a proxy pluggable database. Cause: An attempt was made to create a pluggable database PDB by cloning or plugging in an application PDB or application root having an application that does not exist in the application root where the statement was issued. Action: Install the application in the application root where the statement is issued. Cause: An attempt was made to perform an operation on a pluggable database that did not belong to the current multitenant container database CDB in the CDB fleet.

Action: Connect to the container database where the pluggable database was created to perform the operation. Cause: An attempt was made to create a pluggable database PDB by cloning or plugging in an application PDB or application root having an application that has a higher version than the application root where the statement was issued.

Action: Upgrade the application in the application root where the statement is issued. Cause: An attempt was made to create a pluggable database PDB by cloning or plugging in an application PDB or application root having an application that has a mismatch status between application PDB and the application root where the statement was issued.

Action: Uninstall the application in the application root where the statement is issued. Cause: An attempt was made to change the sharing status of an object to extended data link when the object was of a type for which extended data links are not supported.

Action: Ensure that the object whose sharing status is to be changed to extended data link is of appropriate type. Cause: An attempt was made to set a common application context using a local package. Action: Associate the common application context with a common package.

Cause: An attempt to create a pluggable database PDB archive file failed because a file with that name already exists. Action: Use a different PDB archive file name. Cause: An attempt was made to relocate the root of an application container. Cause: An attempt was made to alter an application when the application pluggable database was not open.

Action: Open the application pluggable database and retry. And the partition key for the container map object must be single column. Cause: An attempt was made to create a common object to be owned by an implicit user. Cause: An attempt was made to plug in or clone from a pluggable database with a higher compatible parameter value than the compatible parameter value of the multitenant container database CDB.

Action: Create a pluggable database with the same or lower compatible parameter value of the multitenant container database. Cause: An attempt was made to end an application action using a service name or module name that does not match the service name or module name that was in use when the application action was started. Action: Use the right service name or module name before ending the application action.

Cause: An attempt was made to create a proxy pluggable database with relocate clause specified. Action: Create a proxy pluggable database without the relocate clause. Cause: An operation was attempted that can only be performed outside an application action install, uninstall, upgrade, or patch. Action: Perform the operation outside an application action.

Cause: An attempt was made to modify a common object that was created by another application. Action: Modify the object using the same application as the one that created the object. Cause: The password of the application common user had expired and needed to be changed in order to successfully log in to application containers. But the application ROOT container's application status did not allow this operation to succeed either because: - An implicit application common user was attempting to change the password from within an explicit application action.

Action: Either begin an explicit application action for changing the password of a non-implicit application common user or try changing the implicit application common user's password inside an implicit application action and then try logging in or contact the DBA. Cause: An attempt was made to synchronize an application containing statements executed from a privileged session. Cause: An attempt was made to use an invalid file name as an argument.

Action: Specify a valid file name and retry the operation. Cause: An attempt was made to modify a user that was created by another application. Action: Modify the user using the same application as the one that created the user. Cause: An attempt was made to query the cross-container fixed tables. Action: Avoid querying the cross-container fixed tables. Cause: An attempt was made to use an invalid application patch. Cause: An attempt was made to create an object table or object view as a data link or extended data link.

Action: Create the object table or object view as a metadata link. Cause: An attempt was made to modify the sharing property of an object outside an application action. Cause: An attempt was made to end an application action in a manner that is inconsistent with the order in which sessions will be replayed during application SYNC. Action: Start a new session to end the application action.

Cause: DDL on a data link table was attempted outside an application action. Action: Begin the application action before the DDL. Cause: DDL on an extended data link table was attempted in an application root outside an application action. Cause: An attempt was made to purge an application that was installed in one or more application pluggable databases PDBs. Action: Drop the installed application PDB before purging.

Action: Specify a valid value which is greater than the current number of existing PDBs. Cause: An attempt was made to end an application action using an incorrect application name. Cause: An attempt was made to end an application action using an incorrect application patch number.

Action: Use the correct application patch number. Cause: An attempt was made to modify a profile that was created by another application. Action: Modify the profile using the same application as the one that created the profile. Cause: An attempt was made to relocate a pluggable database using a database link to the source pluggable database. Action: Use a database link that points to the source multitenant container database root and retry the operation.

Cause: An unsupported operation was performed on the source pluggable database, which rendered the target PDB invalid. Cause: An attempt was made to set the compatibility version of an application to a version higher than that of one of the PDBs. Action: Set a higher compatibility version. Action: Open the refreshable clone in read-only mode or modify the refresh mode to NONE and retry the operation.

Cause: The source pluggable database had an active transaction when it was closed. End XA transaction. Cause: An attempt was made to unplug a pluggable database that was previously unplugged. Action: Drop the pluggable database to finish the unplug operation. Cause: An attempt was made to uninstall or purge an application that had objects, users, roles, and profiles. Action: Drop all objects, users, roles, and profiles that belong to the application.

Cause: The foreign archive log required for refreshing the pluggable database was not found. Action: Re-create the refresh pluggable database and ensure that archive logging is enabled for the source multitenant container database CDB. Cause: An attempt was made to plug in a pluggable database PDB that has a lower version and has more components than the multitenant container database CDB or the application root. Cause: There were proxy pluggable databases or application containers in the database.

Action: Prior to downgrade, drop the proxy pluggable databases and application containers. Cause: An attempt was made to relocate a pluggable database with availability max clause using a target pluggable database name which is different from source pluggable database name. Action: Use source pluggable database name as the target pluggable database name. Action: Remove the ancillary operator in the query. If the XML metadata file is missing undo tablespaces, you may need to be regenerate the XML using a more recent patchset.

Action: Retry the clone operation after the source pluggable database is in read-only mode. Cause: An attempt was made to switchover a pluggable database PDB using a database link that pointed to the source pluggable database. Cause: An attempt was made to switchover to a pluggable database PDB which was not marked as a refresh copy.

Action: Switchover operation is allowed only with a target refreshable clone PDB. Cause: An attempt was made to switchover to a pluggable database PDB which was not marked as a refresh copy of the source pluggable database PDB. Action: Switchover operation is allowed only between a refreshable clone and its primary PDB.

Cause: An attempt was made to snapshot a pluggable database PDB which was created with snapshots disabled. Action: Retry the operation after changing the snapshot mode of the PDB. Cause: An attempt was made to create a pluggable database PDB using a snapshot or to drop a snapshot that could not be found.

Cause: An attempt was made to create a snapshot of a pluggable database PDB using a name that already existed. Action: Specify a different name and retry the operation. Cause: Recovery was required prior to opening the pluggable database, but an error during recovery was determined to be fatal enough to end both the recovery and the open operation. Action: More specific messages accompany this message. Refer to the accompanying messages for the appropriate action.

Cause: An attempt was made to generate logical partitioning key values using a container map object that had multiple values for each partition. Action: Specify a container map object that has a single value for each partition and retry the operation. Cause: An attempt was made to specify an illegal initialization parameter in a lockdown profile. Action: Do not specify this initialization parameter in a lockdown profile. Cause: An attempt was made to modify an illegal initialization parameter inside a template pluggable database PDB.

Action: Do not modify this initialization parameter inside a template PDB. Cause: The specified operation was not allowed in a template pluggable database PDB. Action: Do not perform this operation in a template PDB. Cause: A conflicting operation was in progress in the source pluggable database PDB for the refresh clone. Action: Choose a valid clause and retry the operation.

Cause: An attempt was made to unplug an application pluggable database PDB , which had unfinished application action. Action: Fix the application state in the application pluggable database PDB before unplugging the database. Cause: An attempt was made to materialize a pluggable database PDB that was not created as a snapshot copy. Action: Retry the operation on a PDB created as a snapshot copy.

Cause: An attempt was made to rename an application root that has one or more open application PDBs. Action: Close all application PDBs and retry the operation. Action: Retry the operation with a lower value. Cause: The issued operation had a missing property name or the property specified was invalid or not found in the database.

Action: Retry the operation with a valid property name. Cause: The issued operation had a missing property value or the property value specified was invalid. Action: Retry the operation with a valid property value. Action: Retry the operation with a different property name. Action: Retry the operation with all tablespaces and regenerate the XML using unplug and then redo the subset clone.

Action: Retry the operation using a source PDB that is part of a primary database. Cause: An attempt was made to insert or update a row in a container map enabled table that violated the partitions of the container map. Action: Insert or update a row that does not violate the partitions of the container map.

Action: Remove the object column from the query. Cause: An attempt was made to add a referential integrity constraint from a table to a data-linked or an extended data-linked table. Cause: User attempts to modify clustering clasue on a table that that does not have one. Cause: A table can have only one clustering clause. The clasue was specified multiple times. To change other options, you must first drop the clause.

Also, virtual or hidden columns are not allowed. Action: Correct the statement. The column should resolve to only one table. The table name should be qualified with its owner name. Ensure that join conditions are equijoins and there are no OR conditions, or no expressions in the join. Remove one of the references. Action: Rewrite the statement so it does not use an illegal option on the dimension table. Action: Add a primary or unique key constraint to the join column s on the dimension table.

Cause: Columns in the clustering group did not come from the same table. For example Clustering group t1. Action: Restructure the clustering group so it contains only references to a single table. They must be of the same type. You can have at most 4 joins to the dimension tables. Action: Reduce the number of joins to 4 or less.

Cause: An attempt was made to define clustering on a table stored in non-Oracle Exadata storage. Cause: Oracle cannot perform data clustering because an attempt was made to populate a clustering column with non-scalar data values, or a clustering column defaulted to non-scalar values was omitted. Cause: An attempt was made to use advanced index compression on an unsupported storage type. Action: Drop and re-create the index with a compression option that is supported on the current storage type.

Cause: An invalid family was used to specify a parameter value. Cause: The specified family could not be used in the current instance type. Cause: The specified family could ot be used in the current instance type. Action: Use a family that is valid for this instance to set the initialization parameter. Cause: Too many characters were specified in the parameter qualifier in the initialization parameter file.

Action: Change the parameter qualifier to a valid SID or family. Cause: An internal error was encountered while trying to update dependent parameter value. Cause: The specified family contained an illegal character or the family specified was too long, which cannot occur in an SPFILE setting. Action: Use a family that does not contain a special character or whitespace. Check platform-specific documentation for the maximum length of family. Cause: Lost write was already in the requested state.

If enable or disable lost write was specified, then lost write was already in the enabled or disabled state. Action: No action is necessary. This is an informational message only. Cause: An invalid option was specified while creating or altering a flashback tablespace.

Action: Lost write tablespaces cannot be used for flashback. Cause: Enabling lost write protection could not succeed because the lost write tablespaces did not exist or had insufficient space. It is possible that shadow lost write was not enabled for the database. Action: Create a lost write tablespace or add space to an existing lost write tablespace.

Also, ensure that the shadow lost write protection is turned on for the database. Action: Make sure the data file is online and the database is open. Cause: The object that was manipulated could not be set to the requested state. Action: Ensure that the state transition is valid. Cause: A lost write was found in a data block protected by lost write. Action: The data block can be recovered to fix lost write.

Cause: An invalid option was specified while creating a tablespace. Action: Review the syntax and reissue the command. Action: Assign a permanent tablespace to be the default tablespace. Other system objects such as rollback segments are also illegal. Action: Create the object in a permanent tablespace. Action: Assign a permanent tablespace to be the database default tablespace. Action: Retry creating the lost write tablespace using the same block size as the other lost write tablespaces.

Cause: The lost write tablespace does not exist. You may have to drop the lost write tablespace first on which this command failed. Cause: An attempt was made to shrink a lost write tablespace. Action: Lost write tablespaces cannot be shrunk. The drop can either drop all tracking data or move it to another lost write tablespace. Cause: There was an internal error in lost write subsystem. Cause: One of the lost write tracking tables was inconsistent.

A parallel operation may have caused this problem. Action: If lost write tracking is working properly, then this error can be ignored. Cause: An internal error occurred when performing drop side effects. Action: The lost write tablespace should still be operational. Cause: The attempted lost write operation is prohibited on a read-only database. Cause: In a pluggable database environment, an attempt was made to modify a LOB using a locator which belongs to a different container.

Action: Switch back to the original container. Action: Open the database before accessing LOB data. Cause: An attempt was made to send or receive a temporary LOB locator over a database link. Action: Do not send or receive a temporary LOB locator over a database link. Cause: An attempt was made to send or receive a temporary LOB locator from an index-organized table over a database link.

Action: Do not send or receive a LOB locator from an index-organized table over a database link. Action: Do not pass a remote LOB locator as a parameter to this operation. Action: Ensure that all of the LOB locator parameters belong to the same database. Cause: An attempt was made to select from a remote database, a LOB locator which was obtained by the remote from another remote database. Action: Ensure that the locator which is selected from a remote database belongs to that remote database.

Cause: An attempt was made to send or receive an invalid LOB locator over a database link. Action: Ensure that the locator which is sent to a remote database or received from a remote database is a valid locator. Cause: An attempt was made to send or receive a LOB locator over a database link to a pre Cause: This is likely the result of passing a local LOB locator as a bind value to a SQL statement that is executed on a remote database over a database link.

Action: Disable parallel execution for the SQL statement on the remote database. Cause: The attempted operation resulted in the number of index levels exceeding the maximum allowed. Action: Reduce the size of the relevant index, for example, by using compression or partitioning.

Cause: Oracle Database clients earlier than release Action: Upgrade Oracle Database client library to release Previous Next JavaScript must be enabled to correctly display this content. ORA adding string blocks to table string. ORA adding string blocks to cluster string. ORA adding string blocks to index string. ORA adding string blocks to lob segment string. ORA Event for temp segment cleanup used for temp lobs Cause: Temp LOB segments used for temporary LOBs are deleted only on session exit which may lead to large amounts of memory being held across multiple sessions.

Action: None ORA feature not supported with the current compatibility setting Cause: Clear free space operation requires database compatibility with release Action: None ORA dropping temporary tablespace with tablespace ID number tsn string is blocked due to sort segments Cause: The temporary tablespace had sort segments in use.

ORA value for parameter cannot contain a comma Cause: Parameter value contained a comma. ORA cannot encode an invalid XML character 0x string in supplemental log Cause: An attribute was being populated or updated with characters which are not valid for XML and therefore could not be supplementally logged.

ORA operation not allowed for system hidden virtual column Cause: The system hidden virtual columns could not be dropped or modified directly. ORA Specified table name is invalid. Action: Use a valid table name. ORA Mixed approximate top functions with window functions or non approximate top functions.

ORA The subqueries that contain approximate top functions must be unnested. Action: Rewrite the SQL statement. ORA invalid variable name Cause: The specified variable name was invalid. ORA illegal variable definition Cause: The specified variable definition was invalid. ORA illegal variable reference Cause: The referenced variable was invalid. ORA expression needs to be aliased Cause: The expression was not aliased. ORA Quantified subpatterns that can have empty matches are not yet supported. ORA Next match starts at the same point last match started.

ORA Unsupported data types string for polymorphic table function Cause: Non-scalar data types were used in polymorphic table function. Action: Ensure the collection element type matches the column type of the polymorphic table function ORA Duplicate column name string Cause: The new column name already existed as a passthrough column in the polymorphic table function.

ORA typecode not set for a new column in the polymorphic table function Cause: The type of this new column was not set. ORA This new column name string already exists. ORA The string method failed with error s. ORA One of the new column names is a zero-length identifier.

ORA One of the new column names is too long. ORA nested polymorphic table function is disallowed Cause: A polymorphic table function was specified as an argument of a table function. ORA new column name string is invalid Cause: The new column name was invalid. ORA new column string has length string that is greater than the maximum allowed length string Cause: The length specified for a new column for the polymorphic table function was greater than the maximum allowed length.

ORA object views are not supported with polymorphic table functions Cause: An object view was being created with polymorphic table function in the select query. ORA new column string is not allowed with describe only polymorphic table function Cause: The new column name was created in describe only polymorphic table function.

ORA operation disallowed: data file string is being moved Cause: The specified data file was being moved. ORA file error during move operation Cause: The move operation encountered an error for the moved data file. Action: Retry the move command. ORA Database names in file headers are inconsistent: string and string. ORA Header validation failed for string File ' string '.

Action: Contact Oracle Support Services. ORA fractured block detected in control file: block string , blocks string Cause: A fractured block or checksum error was detected on reading the control file under no-enqueue control file transaction. Action: Retry the operation later. ORA A local temporary file remote call failed Cause: An operating system error or network error occurred when making a remote call to another instance during a local temporary space DDL operation.

ORA file size refresh failed Cause: An operating system error or device error occurred when retrieving the file's size. ORA undo tablespace file suffered media failure Cause: An undo tablespace file was detected as inaccessible due to media failure. ORA data file suffered media failure Cause: A data file was detected as inaccessible due to media failure. ORA invalid store specified Cause: The current operation specifies an invalid store name.

ORA invalid mount-point specified Cause: The current operation specifies an invalid mount-point. ORA invalid provider specified Cause: The current operation refers to an invalid or incomplete or non-conformant store provider package.

ORA cannot modify store via read-only mount Cause: The current operation attempts to modify a store via a read-only mount or specifies a read-only store. ORA specified path is a directory Cause: The current operation specifies a path that is a directory element, when a non-directory element is expected. ORA specified path is not a directory Cause: The current operation specifies a path that is not a directory element, when a directory element is expected.

ORA directory not empty Cause: The current operation specifies a directory element that is not empty as required. Action: Chose another column name. Action: contact Oracle Support Services. ORA Shared tables must have same semantics for truncation. ORA Shared tables must have equivalent paths. ORA encountered partial multibyte character Cause: The requested operation could not complete because a partial multibyte character was found at the end of the input.

ORA Invalid compression level specified Cause: The specified archive compression level value was invalid. ORA Hybrid Columnar Compression with row-level locking is not supported for tablespaces on this storage type.

ORA could not get compression analysis lock Cause: An operation could not obtain the compression analysis lock in a reasonable amount of time. Action: Retry the operation. Action: Mannually correct the problem. Action: Temporarily disable faststart. Action: Enable FastStart and retry. ORA Action cannot be performed on the tablespace assigned to FastStart while the feature is enabled Cause: An attempt to make FastStart tablespace offline when the feature is enabled. Action: Disable the feature and retry.

ORA Action cannot be performed on the tablespace assigned to FastStart while the feature is enabled Cause: An attempt drop FastStart tablespace when the feature is enabled. Action: Try again later. ORA FastStart checkpoint has already started. ORA FastStart string was incomplete. Action: Rebuild the FastStart catalog.

ORA The FastStart tablespace has insufficient space to migrate Cause: An attempt was made to migrate FastStart to a tablespace which did not have sufficient space. ORA Invalid input. XMLSchema is null. Action: Provide input paramter. ORA Input string exceeds the maximum size Cause: An input string was provided whose length exceeded the maximum size allowed.

Action: Provide a shorter input string. ORA No matching elements found. Zero annotations were applied. Action: Correct the parameters. Zero annotations were removed. ORA Annotation maps to multiple elements. ORA Name for collection table too long. ORA XPath could not be mapped to exactly one table. Action: Check input parameters. Action: Check XPath string. ORA Error in namespace declaration. Action: Correct namespace declaration.

ORA Table does not exist. ORA Column does not exist in table. ORA Name for collection table already exists. ORA Multiple token tables are not supported. ORA element ' string ' is missing ' string ' annotation; schema cannot be registered by common users Cause: A common user tried to register a schema with missing type name annotations.

ORA element ' string ' is missing default table name annotation; schema cannot be registered by common users Cause: A common user tried to register a schema with missing default table name annotations. ORA invalid tablespace name Cause: The tablespace name did not have a closing double quotation mark. ORA New tablespace string is smaller than the current tablespace string. ORA invalid pathname Cause: An invalid resource handle or path name was passed.

Action: Pass a valid path name. ORA The internal table is empty. ORA cannot migrate inherited type string Cause: The inherited type could not be migrated. Limiting the scope of the current dataset with the ChEBI ontology Allows users to browse the ChEBI hierarchy as a tree and select terms in order to narrow down their dataset.

Bulk linking to third party resources by using involved proteins Proteins by Reactome pathway : Sends your proteins to the Reactome SkyPainter that will show you the pathways in which these molecules are know to play a role. Proteins by mRNA expression : Sends your set of proteins to the ArrayExpress Atlas that will show the known gene expression based on experimental studies.

Searching Interactions Search Tab As you can see in this tab we are now trying to give you more targeted choice to do your queries, please note that the examples provided in this tab are live links so you can simply click them to see the resulting interactions sets. Using the Quick Search In this search panel you are free to type anything that might relate to interactions, whether it is properties of their interactor gene name, identifiers, GO term… or more specific to the interaction like publication, authors, experimental detection method, Some examples: Try the query: imatinib This is a drug for which we have curated a number of interactions.

Once you press the search button you should be taken to the Interaction Tab that lists binary interactions. If you want to construct more complex queries we recommend you take a look at the Molecular Interaction Query Language, accessible from the quick search panel.

Try the query: species:yeast AND type:"direct interaction" This query selects all interactions involving yeast interactors that have been shown to have direct interactions. Searching the Compound chemical structure In this panel you will be able to draw all or part of a chemical structure and search for chemical compounds.

Then you can start drawing your structure, for instance: Once you have drawn your structure, select Similarity and press Search. Complex Expansion. Binary interactions generated by co-complex expansion Why should you care about complex expansion? Existing expansion algorithm There are several known algorithm allowing to transform an n-ary interaction into a set of binaries. Spoke expansion : Links the bait molecule to all prey molecules. If N is the count of molecule in the complex, it generated N-1 binary interactions.

Matrix expansion : Links all molecule to all other molecule present in the complex. How is the number of interactions in other databases obtained? What is the significance of the IMEx dataset? Representation of Experimental Features This section shows the graphical representation of experimental features, where each participant is represented as a white rectangle with a black border and a line for each hundredth amino acid.

These are the possible range statuses: Interacting with the widget Hover over a feature to see more information in a tooltip. To display a single interacting region click on it and click again to display all interacting regions. Displaying all interacting regions Displaying one interacting region. Dynamic molecular interaction data This section shows the graphical representation of dynamic molecular interactions.

By default it displays all the interactions from one experiment using radio buttons to allow users to highlight interactions in different variable conditions. Interactions 3 Interactors Interaction Details Graph. Your query also matches 3 interaction evidences from 1 other databases. CV Term details. EBI imex : IM Columns displayed. Molecule 'A'. Links 'A'. Molecule 'B'. Links 'B'. Unique id 'A'. Unique id 'B'. Alternative id 'A'. Alternative id 'B'.

Aliases 'A'. Aliases 'B'. Interaction Detection Method. First Author. Publication Identifier. Species 'A'. Species 'B'. Interaction Type. Source Database. Interaction AC. Confidence Value. Expansion Method. Biological Role 'A'. Biological Role 'B'. Experimental Role 'A'. Experimental Role 'B'. Interactor Type 'A'. Interactor Type 'B'. Xrefs 'A'. Xrefs 'B'.

Interaction Xrefs. Annotations 'A'. Annotations 'B'. Interaction Annotations. Host Organism. Interaction Parameters. Curation date.

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What is this view? Binary interactions In this tab, we display the list of interactions that you have selected using one of our search features. This post-processing is the Spoke Expansion model connects bait to all preys : At any moment you can choose to display the expansion column in this view in order to see which interaction are spoke expanded and which are not. Downloading the data into Standard formats" In the header of the interaction table you will find a drop down list that contains all the formats currently supported when downloading the interaction data.

Opening the interaction details" Clicking on the magnifying glass in the first column of the interaction table will open the details of the corresponding interaction in the Interaction Details tab, giving you access to more details of the manually curated record. Browsing Browse Tab This tab is meant to give you access to more content based on the currently selected set of interactions. Limiting the scope of the current dataset with the GO ontology Allows users to browse the GO hierarchy as a tree and select terms in order to narrow down their dataset.

Limiting the scope of the current dataset with the ChEBI ontology Allows users to browse the ChEBI hierarchy as a tree and select terms in order to narrow down their dataset. Bulk linking to third party resources by using involved proteins Proteins by Reactome pathway : Sends your proteins to the Reactome SkyPainter that will show you the pathways in which these molecules are know to play a role.

Proteins by mRNA expression : Sends your set of proteins to the ArrayExpress Atlas that will show the known gene expression based on experimental studies. Searching Interactions Search Tab As you can see in this tab we are now trying to give you more targeted choice to do your queries, please note that the examples provided in this tab are live links so you can simply click them to see the resulting interactions sets.

Using the Quick Search In this search panel you are free to type anything that might relate to interactions, whether it is properties of their interactor gene name, identifiers, GO term… or more specific to the interaction like publication, authors, experimental detection method, Some examples: Try the query: imatinib This is a drug for which we have curated a number of interactions.

Once you press the search button you should be taken to the Interaction Tab that lists binary interactions. If you want to construct more complex queries we recommend you take a look at the Molecular Interaction Query Language, accessible from the quick search panel.

Try the query: species:yeast AND type:"direct interaction" This query selects all interactions involving yeast interactors that have been shown to have direct interactions. Searching the Compound chemical structure In this panel you will be able to draw all or part of a chemical structure and search for chemical compounds. Then you can start drawing your structure, for instance: Once you have drawn your structure, select Similarity and press Search.

Complex Expansion. Binary interactions generated by co-complex expansion Why should you care about complex expansion? Existing expansion algorithm There are several known algorithm allowing to transform an n-ary interaction into a set of binaries. Spoke expansion : Links the bait molecule to all prey molecules. If N is the count of molecule in the complex, it generated N-1 binary interactions. Matrix expansion : Links all molecule to all other molecule present in the complex.

How is the number of interactions in other databases obtained? What is the significance of the IMEx dataset? Representation of Experimental Features This section shows the graphical representation of experimental features, where each participant is represented as a white rectangle with a black border and a line for each hundredth amino acid.

These are the possible range statuses: Interacting with the widget Hover over a feature to see more information in a tooltip. To display a single interacting region click on it and click again to display all interacting regions. Displaying all interacting regions Displaying one interacting region. Dynamic molecular interaction data This section shows the graphical representation of dynamic molecular interactions.

By default it displays all the interactions from one experiment using radio buttons to allow users to highlight interactions in different variable conditions. Interactions 3 Interactors Interaction Details Graph. Your query also matches 3 interaction evidences from 1 other databases.

CV Term details. EBI imex : IM Columns displayed. Molecule 'A'. Links 'A'. Molecule 'B'. Links 'B'. Unique id 'A'. Unique id 'B'. Alternative id 'A'. Alternative id 'B'. Aliases 'A'. Aliases 'B'. Interaction Detection Method.

First Author. Publication Identifier. Species 'A'. Species 'B'. Interaction Type. Source Database. Interaction AC. Confidence Value. Expansion Method. Biological Role 'A'. Biological Role 'B'. Experimental Role 'A'. Experimental Role 'B'. Interactor Type 'A'. Interactor Type 'B'. Xrefs 'A'. Xrefs 'B'. Questions How to select table from remote database having clob field.

Question and Answer. You Asked Hi Tom, I have a table on remote database having clob datatype of one of its field. On metalink, every one said there's no solution Oracle can't do that Hey Tom Thanks for all your help. So I'm a bit confused on why one works and not the other.

Any insite would be appreciated. I'm 8. April 29, - pm UTC. May 03, - pm UTC. Seems the query is materialized with the rownums and then selected from -- so it bombs out. I'm not sure if that is "a bug or not". Smells a bit like one -- you might want to file that test case with support.

September 15, - am UTC. Thanks your! September 17, - am UTC. Thanks very much! Can I convert the long raw type to long type directely? September 19, - am UTC. How do you do, I want to access a remote table included a long field using my program, but now, I find the table's field have been changed to blob type already, if I dont't modify my program, what can I do?

September 20, - am UTC. If someone changes your schema, there is an excellent chance you will have to modify your program. Thanks for your suggestions! How to do???!!! A reader, April 21, - pm UTC. Hi Tom, I have the following situation: I have 2 databases db1 and db2. Now I want to create a view v1 which should have the id from table 'b' and image from table 'a'. If I do create view v1 as select b.

How can I accomplish this? Please help. April 22, - am UTC. A reader, April 22, - am UTC. Thank you tom! S, August 16, - am UTC. Tom, I am try to use option 1 above by creating the view on the remote system and accessing that view using the DB link. The view can be accessed on the remote sever so I know it does exist and is working, I just cannot see it from the local server using the db link.

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Cause: A task needed to be interrupted because it detected a resource limitation such as insufficient temporary table space or a snapshot being too old. It will be retried once the contention for the resource decreases. The secondary messages will identify the resource that has been exhausted.

Action: If this error occurs rarely, no user action is required. If the condition becomes persistent, the Recovery Appliance administrator should increase the resource that is exhausted. Cause: The storage destination contained a syntax error. Action: Correct the syntax error and retry the operation. Action: Specify only one polling destination directory and retry the operation.

Action: Specify one non-ASM polling destination and retry the operation. Cause: The storage destination referenced a non-ASM storage location. Only ASM-based storage destinations are allowed. The operation has been rolled back. Cause: The size requested for the storage destination was smaller than its current size. Action: Increase the requested size and retry the operation. Cause: The size requested for the storage destination was larger than its current used space plus its currect free space.

Action: Decrease the requested size and retry the operation. Action: Correct the redundancy type of the diskgroup and retry the operation. Cause: The minimum allocation size of the specified storage location was not the same as the specified diskgroup allocation unit size. Action: Specify a different diskgroup or a different storage location and retry the operation. Cause: The configured network chunk size was not a multiple of the specified diskgroup allocation unit size.

Action: Specify a different diskgroup or reconfigure the network chunk size and retry the operation. Cause: The diskgroup allocation unit size was not a power of two. Action: Specify a different diskgroup and retry the operation. Cause: The diskgroup allocation unit size was less than two megabytes. Cause: No storage was allocated and initialized for the specified storage location. Action: Specify a different diskgroup for the storage location, increase the size of the diskgroup, or reduce the size of the storage location and retry the operation.

Action: Specify a number of tape drives greater than 0 and retry the operation. Action: Specify a number of tape drives reserved for restore operations greater than or equal to zero and retry the operation. Cause: The number of tape drives reserved for restore operations was at least as large as the total number of drives available.

The number of tape drives reserved for restore operations must be at least one less than the total number of drives available. Action: Specify a number of tape drives reserved for restore operations less than the total number of drives available and retry the operation.

Cause: The number of streams was less than or equal to zero. Action: Specify a number of streams greater than zero and retry the operation. Cause: The number of streams was larger than the total number of drives available. The number of streams must be no larger than the total number of drives available. Action: Reduce the number of available streams and retry the operation. Action: Specify a number of copies in the range 1 through 4 and retry the operation.

Cause: The replication server name was longer than characters. Action: Specify a replication server name shorter than characters and retry the operation. Cause: The replication server proxy port number was less than or equal to zero. Action: Specify a replication server proxy port number greater than zero and retry the operation. Cause: A replication server proxy URL was provided but a proxy port number was not. If either a proxy URL or a proxy port are specified, both must be specified.

Action: Specify both a replication server URL and a replication server proxy port number and retry the operation. Cause: A replication server proxy port number was provided but a proxy URL was not. Cause: An attempt was made to move an individual backup piece, but the backup set of which this backup piece was a member was not a KEEP backup. Cause: A new archived log or backup set belonging to the new incarnation was received at Recovery Appliance.

If this error occurred at downstream of the Recovery Appliance in a replicated Recovery Appliance setup , the reconcile operation fixes this error automatically when the same error is fixed at the upstream Recovery Appliance. Cause: The specified task was restarted an unexpected number of times.

Tasks get interrupted when there is competition for resources. This is only a warning. It does not necessarily indicate a problem with the Recovery Appliance. Action: If these problems persist for long periods, contact Oracle Support Services.

Cause: While creating a full database backup to tape or to a replicated recovery appliance, level 0 backups of one or more data files were missing. If using the "incremental forever" backup strategy, perform a level-0 incremental backup for the given database and retry the operation. New backup requests may be stalled until the system can recompute the safety of allowing additional backup data or backup data may be lost.

Action: This event can be avoided by ensuring backups are written to tape in a timely manner. Conversely, one should avoid the activities listed in the Cause statement when backups are not being written to tape in a timely manner. Cause: The recovery window golad was not available for the current set of backups. The recovery window goal in the protection policy indicates a desire to be able to restore and recover to any point in time within that range.

This is not possible given the current set of backups. Possible reasons are missing archive log backups, missing data file backups or lack of reserved disk space. Action: Ensure that backups are done regularly. Ensure that your disk reserved space value is set high enough to support your goals. Also, check for KEEP backups consuming space on the disk and decide if they should be moved to tape or other disk storage.

Action: Ensure that backups are being performed in a timely manner and that, if set up, redo logs or backups are being sent to the Recovery Appliance. Cause: The specified Recovery Appliance scheduler process could not be stopped. Cause: The current command failed because the database was in the process of being deleted.

Cause: The argument was expecting a non-null, valid value but the argument value passed in was null, invalid, or out of range. Action: Check your program and correct the caller of the routine to not pass a null, invalid or out-of-range argument value. Cause: The length of the name exceeded the limit.

Action: Specify a shorter name and retry the operation. Verify that all other double quotation marks, if any, in the string are adjacent pairs of double quotation marks. Double quotation marks must not be used in the middle of the name. Action: Change the name and exclude the invalid characters. Cause: The configuration of the Recovery Appliance was modified to enable the production of trace files.

Trace files have the capacity to exhaust disk space on the Recovery Appliance. Action: Turn off the tracing when it is no longer required. Cause: The Recovery Appliance was unable to find a file that is required for its operation. Action: Ensure that the file system of the specified file is available on the specified instance. Cause: The Recovery Appliance was unable to complete the configuration and setup of replication for the database specified.

Action: Validate that the downstream replication server is properly configured and all network communication paths are valid. Cause: There was a failure while backing up redo or copying backups from a polling location. Cause: An incorrect object type was given to an API command. Action: Use the object-specific API. Action: Create a temporary protection policy that has the same storage location as the current protection policy with the tape and replication attributes of the target protection policy, update to the temporary protection policy, and then finally update to the target protection policy.

Cause: An attempt was made to delete a database, but the Recovery Appliance has been deactivated by the administrator. Cause: An attempt was made to restore the specified backup piece which resulted in an error. An explanation of the error appears in the following messages. Action: Verify the correctness of the backup piece. If it is corrupt, either delete it or replace it. Cause: Additional extents could not be allocated for the tables used to to implement the delta store.

Action: Add additional storage to the indicated tablespace. Cause: The Recovery Appliance ended its restrictions on task execution. The restricted resources state was entered when tasks could not run due to insufficient temporary table space or insufficient undo space.

This is only an informational message entered in the alert log. An incremental backup piece will not tile into the delta store when the full backup that it was built upon is not found in the delta store. Action: Provide the missing incremental backups for the database. If no other incremental backups can be found, provide a new full backup for the database. Cause: A valid pluggable database name was not present where required.

Action: Reissue the statement with a valid pluggable database name. Action: Drop the existing pluggable databases and retry the operation. Cause: User attempted to specify a pluggable database that does not exist. Cause: User attempted to create a pluggable database with a name that already exists. Action: Reissue the statement with a valid container name. Cause: Data files, and possibly other files, needed to be copied as a part of creating a pluggable database.

Cause: User attempted to drop or alter the Seed pluggable database which is not allowed. Action: Specify a legal pluggable database name. Cause: An attempt was made to open a pluggable database that was already opened. Cause: An attempt was made to close a pluggable database that was already closed. Cause: A statement attempted to create a new transaction in the current container while there was an active transaction in another container.

Action: Switch to the container with the active transaction and commit, rollback or detach the active transaction before attempting to issue any statement that will attempt to create a new transaction in another container. Cause: An operation was attempted on a pluggable database that was not open.

Action: Open the pluggable database using appropriate open mode. Cause: An operation was attempted on a pluggable database that was not closed on all Oracle RAC instances. Action: Close the pluggable database on all instances and retry the operation. Cause: An error occurred while trying to parse or write to the XML metadata file. Action: Check that the XML metadata file exists and is readable. Cause: An error occurred while trying to parse the XML metadata file. Action: Check and correct the XML metadata file.

Cause: Error occurred while trying to open the data file. Action: Check that the data file exists at the path. If trying to grant a privilege commonly, remove local users and roles from the list of grantees. If trying to revoke a privilege commonly, remove local users and roles from the list of revokees.

If trying to grant or revoke roles commonly, remove local roles from the list of roles being granted or revoked. Cause: User attempted to describe a pluggable database without specifying an output XML file location. Action: Specify an output file location for describe.

Cause: An attempt was made to clone a pluggable database that did not have local undo enabled. Action: Enable local undo for the PDB and and retry the operation. Cause: Attempted to perform an operation on a pluggable database in incorrect open mode. Action: Open the pluggable database in the mode required for this operation. Cause: An operation was attempted that can only be performed in the root or application root container. Action: Switch to the root or application root container to perform the operation.

Cause: The name was already used by another container. Cause: An operation was attempted on a pluggable database that was not in restricted mode. Action: Open the pluggable database in a restricted mode. Cause: An operation was attempted that can only be performed from within a pluggable database.

Action: Switch to a pluggable database to perform the operation. Cause: An error was encountered when executing a statement in one of the pluggable databases. Action: Examine the cause of failure in the pluggable database. Cause: An attempt was made to issue a common DDL in a pluggable database. Cause: A valid container identifer was not specified. Action: Specify a valid container identifier. Cause: An attempt was made to combine one operation that applies to all containers with another that only applies to the local container into one statement.

Action: Execute the operations in separate statements. Action: This operation is not allowed for global users. Cause: An attempt was made to open a pluggable database PDB in a mode incompatible with the multitenant container database CDB or, if the PDB belonged to an application container, in a mode incompatible with the application root. Action: Open the CDB or the application root in a compatible mode first and retry the operation.

Action: Ensure that no container name appears more than once. Cause: The contents of the XML metadata file were different from the actual file properties. If trying to alter common users or roles, remove local users or roles from the list of roles being altered. Cause: An attempt was made to apply the specified changes to the current container.

Cause: An attempt was made to create a trigger that fires after a pluggable database has been unplugged. This type of trigger is not supported. Action: Do not attempt to create a trigger that fires after a pluggable database has been unplugged. Cause: An attempt was made to create a pluggable database trigger that fires after a role change occurs from a standby database to primary or vice versa.

This type of triggers is not supported. Cause: An attempt was made to create a database event trigger on a pluggable database while not connected to a pluggable database. This is not supported. Action: Connect to the pluggable database on which a database event trigger needs to be created before attempting to create such a trigger. Cause: An attempt was made to create a trigger that fires before a pluggable database has been cloned. Action: Do not attempt to create a trigger that fires before a pluggable database has been cloned.

Cause: An attempt was made to support editions for common users. Action: Do not attempt to enable editions for common users. Cause: The pluggable database has been dropped. The most common cause of this error is when the database has been created using Oracle Database release 7 or earlier and then upgraded using the migrate utility. Action: Migrate the database to a pluggable database using the Oracle Data Pump utility. Cause: An attempt was made to map the database ID to the pluggable database name.

Cause: An operation was attempted on a database or pluggable database that is not open in read only mode. Action: Open the database or pluggable database in read only mode and then retry the operation. Cause: There was no more room in the control file for adding pluggable databases.

Cause: The pluggable database is in the middle of shutdown abort. Cause: An attempt was made to create a common object that does not exist in root. Action: Invoke the script using catcon. Cause: The pluggable database has been unplugged. Action: The pluggable database can only be dropped.

Cause: An operation in an Oracle-supplied script was attempted that can only be performed in the root container. Action: Confirm that the operation is needed in the root container, and switch to the root container to perform the operation. Cause: An inconsistency between the control file and the data dictionary was found and fixed during the database open. The database open needs to be executed again. Cause: The pluggable database was not open anywhere but was not marked as clean yet. Action: Wait until the cleanup is done and retry.

Cause: User attempted an operation that is only allowed in a CDB. Action: Connect to a CDB to perform this operation. Cause: An undo tablespace or rollback segment operation was attempted that can only be performed in the root container. Action: Switch to the root container to perform the undo tablespace or rollback segment operation.

Cause: An attempt was made to revoke a system privilege that was granted with a different scope. Cause: An attempt was made to open a multitenant container database without the correct parameter set for a multitenant container database in the initialization parameter file. Cause: An attempt was made to create a local user or role with a name that was not valid for local users or roles.

In addition to the usual rules for user and role names, local user and role names cannot start with C or c. Action: Specify a valid local user or role name. Cause: An attempt was made to create a common object with a name that was not valid for common objects.

In addition to the usual rules for object names, common object names must consist only of ASCII characters. Action: Specify a valid common object name. Cause: An attempt was made to create a common user or role with a name that was not valid for common users or roles. Action: Specify a valid common user or role name. Cause: DML into a data link table was attempted outside an application action. Action: Begin the application action before the DML.

Cause: DML into an extended data link table was attempted in an application root outside an application action. Cause: An operation was attemped inside a pluggable database that requires the container database CDB to be open. Cause: An attempt was made to use a non container database control file to startup a container database CDB. Action: Create a new control file for the CDB. Action: Reissue the statement with a valid instance name.

It was still being created or there was an error during the create operation. Cause: An error was encountered when executing a pluggable database task on one of the Oracle RAC instances. Action: Examine the cause of failure on the instance. Cause: An attempt was made to use a cursor that was parsed or executed in a different container. Parse, execute, fetch, and close a cursor only all in the same container. Cause: An operation was attempted that is not supported in the Container Database root.

Action: Specify a valid and active instance name. Cause: An attempt was made to relocate a pluggable database to the current instance. Action: Specify an instance which is different then the current instance. Cause: Media recovery stopped because the pluggable database was either unplugged, dropped or renamed on the primary database. Action: Close the pluggable database on all instances and restart the recovery. Cause: An attempt was made to create or update the specified multitenant container database CDB resource plan to use more than the supported number of directives.

Action: Remove the directives for pluggable databases PDBs that are not active on this database. Cause: The database character set of the container database was not a superset of the database character set of the pluggable database being plugged in. Action: Plug the pluggable database into a container database having a compatible database character set. Cause: An attempt was made to perform an operation affecting a pluggable database while connected to a different pluggable database.

Action: Connect to the desired pluggable database and perform the operation. Cause: The national character set of the container database was not the same as the national character set of the pluggable database being plugged in. Action: Plug the pluggable database into a container database having the same national character set. Cause: The XML metadata file for the pluggable database being plugged in contained a database or national character set ID that was not valid for the container database.

This can happen if the XML file is manually modified, if it is corrupted on disk, or if the set of supported character sets differs between the container database and the source database of the pluggable database because a user-defined character set has not been installed in the Oracle Home directory of the container database.

Action: If you have manually modified the XML metadata file of the pluggable database, restore the original file or re-create the pluggable database from its source database. Manual modifications of the XML file are not supported. If the pluggable database uses a user-defined character set, make sure the character set is installed in the Oracle Home directory of the container database. Otherwise, contact Oracle Support Services. Cause: Clients earlier than Oracle Database 12c Release 1 do not support this feature.

Action: Upgrade the client to Oracle Database 12c Release 1 or later. Cause: An attempt was made to set the container inside a context where such an operation is prohibited. Action: Do not set the container from inside a system trigger or a DML context. Cause: The pluggable database was not closed cleanly and there are active transactions that need to be recovered.

Action: Specify an output file location for recovery. RECOVER by either not specifying a data file or directory location, or by specifying a nonexistent data file or directory location. Action: Specify a valid data file or directory location and retry the operation. Cause: The pluggable database was already opened on all instances. Cause: An attempt was made to relocate more than one pluggable database.

Cause: An attempt was made to use a feature that is not supported in a pluggable database. Action: Do not use this feature in a pluggable database. Cause: The endian of the container database was not the same as the endian of the pluggable database being plugged in. Action: Plug the pluggable database into a container database having the same endian. Another alternative is to perform PDB point-in-time recovery. A message is logged in the alert log indicating SCN and time until which the pluggable database can be point-in-time recovered.

Cause: Either the specified data file was restored from a backup that was taken during a period of time that was discarded by a RESETLOGS operation, or Oracle could not identify which pluggable database incarnation the file belongs to. The alert log contains more information.

Action: Restore a backup of this file that belonged to either the current or a prior incarnation of the pluggable database. Cause: Either the XML metadata file or the data file was corrupt. Action: Verify that the XML metadata file and the data file are consistent as of the point when the unplug was done and retry the operation.

Cause: An attempt was made to create a common profile with a name that is not valid for common profiles. Action: Specify a valid common profile name. Cause: An attempt was made to create a local profile with a name that is not valid for local profiles. Local profile names cannot start with C or c. Action: Specify a valid local profile name. Action: Resolve all of the errors before trying to disable a restricted session. Cause: An attempt was made to unlock a common user account in a pluggable database PDB which was locked in the root of the container database.

Action: Ensure that a common user account is not locked in the root before attempting to unlock it in a PDB. Action: Close the pluggable database first and retry the operation. Action: Choose a different name for the PDB. Cause: An attempt was made to start an instance as a container or a non-container database when atleast one of the other instances was started in a different mode. Action: Start the instance in the same mode as all the other instances.

Cause: An attempt was made to bring online one or more datafiles belonging to a pluggable database that is disabled for recovery. Cause: An attempt was made to bring online a tablespace that was either missing in the plug XML file or excluded when the pluggable database was created. Action: Drop and recreate the tablespace to bring it online.

Cause: An attempt was made to change the default logging attribute to be the same as the current attribute value for the pluggable database. Action: Change the logging attribute to a different value. Cause: Source file directory was missing or invalid. Cause: An attempt was made to plug in a pluggable database with an incompatible version of the multitenant container database or the application root.

Action: Plug in a pluggable database with a compatible version of the multitenant container database or the application root. Cause: An attempt was made to use an invalid service name in the services clause. Cause: An attempt was made to clone a pluggable database which contains some clustered tables or index organized tables or advanced queue tables.

Action: Retry the clone operation after dropping all such objects from the source pluggable database. Cause: The password of the common user account has expired and needs to be changed. Action: Change the password of the common user or contact the DBA. Cause: The system could not access a required archived redo log file. Action: Ensure that the offline log exists, the storage device is online, and the archived redo log file is in the correct location. Cause: An error was encountered while attempting to copy the file while creating a pluggable database.

Action: Check additional error messages for the cause of the failure to copy the file, and resolve the issue accordingly. Cause: An attempt to create an XML file failed because a file with that name already exists. Cause: The service name or network name in the specified service is invalid or it conflicts with an existing service name or network name in the container database. Cause: The block size of the system tablespace of the pluggable database to be plugged in did not match the block sizes configured in the container database.

Cause: An attempt was made to create a common user, role or profile with the same name as an existing local user, role or profile. Action: Specify a different user, role or profile name. Cause: An attempt was made to either enable a conflicting logging mode or to disable a logging mode when it was not enabled. Cause: An attempt was made to create a multitenant container database CDB view with an invalid table or view name. Action: Specify a valid table or view name of the form owner.

Cause: An attempt was made to modify the state of a pluggable database which is currently in the middle of a state transition. RECOVER by specifying data files or a directory name containing data files which are duplicate copies of the same file. Cause: An attempt was made to relocate a pluggable database PDB which was opened with warnings or there were warnings encountered after relocating the PDB.

Cause: An operation such as creation of an application seed that can only be performed in an application root was attempted by a user not connected to an application root. Action: Connect to an application root container to perform the operation. Cause: An operation such as creation of an application root that can only be performed in a multitenant container database CDB root container was attempted by a user not connected to the CDB root.

Action: Connect to the CDB root container to perform the operation. Cause: The user connected to an application root attempted to specify a pluggable database PDB that does not belong to the application container in a statement which can only affect PDBs belonging to the application container. Action: Connect to a View Pluggable Database to perform the operation.

Cause: An attempt to clone from a pluggable database PDB which had one one or more data files that are currently part of an online move or a hot backup operation. Action: Retry the operation after the backup or move of the data files is complete. Cause: An attempt was made to perform an operation which is not allowed when the pluggable database PDB is being cloned concurrently.

Action: Retry the operation after the clone from the pluggable database is complete. Cause: An attempt was made to perform an operation while a conflicting database wide operation or a read write pluggable database PDB clone is in progress.

Action: Retry the operation after the conflicting operation is complete. Cause: An attempt was made to clone a pluggable database that contains some clustered tables or advanced queue tables. Action: Retry the clone operation after dropping all clustered tables and advanced queue tables from the source pluggable database.

Cause: An attempt was made to assign an invalid pluggable database pattern for this initialization parameter. Action: Specify a valid pluggable database name pattern. Cause: A valid lockdown profile name was not present where required. Action: Reissue the statement with a valid lockdown profile name. Action: Specify a valid statement or option or feature. Cause: An attempt was made to specify a lockdown profile that did not exist.

Cause: An attempt was make to create a lockdown profile with a name that already existed. Action: Choose an appropriate value for the option. Cause: An operation was attempted that can only be performed in an application root. Action: Switch to the application root container to perform the operation.

Cause: An attempt was made to 'purge' or 'begin' an application action install, uninstall, upgrade, or patch while another action was already in progress. Action: Attempt operation after the ongoing application action is complete. Cause: An attempt was made to end an application action install, uninstall, upgrade, or patch without a prior 'begin' call.

Cause: The starting version of the application upgrade did not match the current version of the application. Action: Attempt operation with the correct starting version. Cause: The minimum version for the application patch did not exist. Action: Retry the operation with the correct minimum version. Cause: An action was attempted on an application that did not exist.

Cause: An attempt was made to start an application patch that was already installed. Action: Attempt installation of a different application patch. Cause: An attempt was made to end an application patch that was not in progress. Cause: An attempt was made to change the sharing status of an object that either did not exist, or was of a type that could not be made common.

Action: Attempt the operation on a different object. Cause: An action was attempted on an application that already exists. Cause: An attempt was made to enable a parameter only supported in a multitenant container database CDB , and the current database is not a CDB. Action: Remove the parameter before starting the instance.

Action: Specify an existing tablespace to be set as the default. Cause: An attempt was made to execute a SQL statement, in a pluggable database PDB , which was disabled according to the corresponding lock down profile.

Action: Enable the SQL statement in the lock down profile and then try to execute the statement. Cause: An attempt was made to use an incompatible client version. Clients prior to Oracle Database 12c Release 2 Action: Either upgrade the Oracle client to Cause: An attempt was made to provide an invalid file name which could not be opened for generating the unplug archive. Action: Check that the file name is valid and the file path is accessible. Cause: An attempt was made to use an invalid application version.

Action: Specify a valid application version. Cause: An attempt was made to directly alter or drop an internal database link. Cause: An attempt was made to create or access a proxy pluggable database that referenced a non-existent or closed pluggable database.

Action: Create or open the referenced pluggable database. Cause: An attempt to support pluggable database PDB isolation mode in a global undo enabled pluggable database failed. Cause: An attempt was made to create a common user, role or profile with the same name as an existing common user, role or profile. Cause: An operation was attempted inside an application root that requires the application root to be open.

Action: Open the application root and then reissue the statement. Action: Reissue the statement with a valid service name. Action: Make sure that you are connected to an application root before attempting this operation. Cause: An attempt was made to issue a statement affecting a user, role, or object used by an application installed in an application container while not installing, upgrading, patching, or uninstalling such application.

Action: Make sure that an application installed in an application container is being installed, upgraded, patched, or uninstalled when issuing a statement affecting a user, role, or object. Cause: An attempt was made to execute an unsupported statement after an application action install, uninstall, upgrade, or patch was started.

Cause: An attempt was made to operate on an application after it was uninstalled. Cause: An attempt was made to alter a lockdown profile with an invalid clause. Action: Specify a valid clause while altering the lockdown profile. Cause: An attempt was made to alter a lockdown profile with an invalid option. Action: Specify a valid option while altering the lockdown profile.

Cause: The ending version of the application upgrade matched a previous version of the application. Action: Attempt operation with the correct ending version. Action: Specify a relative path and reissue the statement. Cause: An attempt was made to create a pluggable database where one or more tablespaces has an invalid tablespace number. Cause: An attempt was made to create an application root clone for an application container that has already reached the maximum permitted number of application root clones.

Action: Avoid creating too many application root clones. Cause: An attempt was made to create a proxy pluggable database to a non-multitenant container database non-CDB instance. Action: Create a proxy pluggable database to a pluggable database.

Cause: An attempt was made to create a proxy pluggable database that references an application root clone. Action: Create a proxy pluggable database that references a different pluggable database. Cause: An attempt was made to synchronize an application that has not ended its install, patch, upgrade, or uninstall. Action: End the application install, patch, upgrade, or uninstall. Cause: An attempt was made to either create a refreshable clone of a proxy pluggable database or to create a proxy pluggable database which is also enabled for refresh.

Action: Create a refresh clone of a regular pluggable database. Cause: An attempt was made to refresh a pluggable database PDB which was either not created as a refreshable PDB or the final refresh was already complete. Action: Attempt the operation only on a PDB that is enabled for refresh. Cause: This is an internally stimulated error.

Cause: An attempt was made to dismount a pluggable database on a standby instance. Cause: An attempt was made to drop or unplug the root of an application container to which one or more application pluggable databases PDBs belong. Action: Drop the application PDBs belonging to the application container before attempting to drop or unplug the application root. Cause: An attempt was made to drop, unplug, or alter an application root clone pluggable database which is not allowed.

Cause: An attempt was made to reopen an application root in a mode incompatible with that of an application PDB belonging to the same application container. Action: Reopen the application PDB in a compatible mode and then retry the operation.

Cause: An attempt was made to refresh a pluggable database PDB with no refresh mode. Action: Specify a manual or automatic refresh mode for the PDB. Cause: An attempt was made to perform an operation that is not allowed in an application patch. Action: Use application upgrade instead of application patch. Cause: An attempt was made to alter an application that was created internally.

Action: Specify a non-internal application. Cause: An operation was attempted that can only be performed in an application PDB. Action: Switch to the application PDB to perform the operation. Cause: An attempt was made to apply the specified changes to all containers.

Cause: An operation was attempted that can only be performed in an application action install, uninstall, upgrade, or patch. Cause: An operation was attempted that can only be performed from within a non-container database. Action: Switch to a non-container database to perform the operation. Cause: An attempt was made to add a rule that already exists in the lockdown profile. Action: Specify a rule that does not exist in the lockdown profile. Action: Disable PDB isolation mode before starting the instance.

Cause: An attempt was made to start a pluggable database PDB with a system global area SGA size larger than or equal to the multitenant container. Cause: An attempt was made to create a proxy pluggable database that referenced a proxy pluggable database. Cause: An attempt was made to create a pluggable database PDB by cloning or plugging in an application PDB or application root having an application that does not exist in the application root where the statement was issued.

Action: Install the application in the application root where the statement is issued. Cause: An attempt was made to perform an operation on a pluggable database that did not belong to the current multitenant container database CDB in the CDB fleet. Action: Connect to the container database where the pluggable database was created to perform the operation.

Cause: An attempt was made to create a pluggable database PDB by cloning or plugging in an application PDB or application root having an application that has a higher version than the application root where the statement was issued. Action: Upgrade the application in the application root where the statement is issued. Cause: An attempt was made to create a pluggable database PDB by cloning or plugging in an application PDB or application root having an application that has a mismatch status between application PDB and the application root where the statement was issued.

Action: Uninstall the application in the application root where the statement is issued. Cause: An attempt was made to change the sharing status of an object to extended data link when the object was of a type for which extended data links are not supported. Action: Ensure that the object whose sharing status is to be changed to extended data link is of appropriate type.

Cause: An attempt was made to set a common application context using a local package. Action: Associate the common application context with a common package. Cause: An attempt to create a pluggable database PDB archive file failed because a file with that name already exists. Action: Use a different PDB archive file name. Cause: An attempt was made to relocate the root of an application container.

Cause: An attempt was made to alter an application when the application pluggable database was not open. Action: Open the application pluggable database and retry. And the partition key for the container map object must be single column. Cause: An attempt was made to create a common object to be owned by an implicit user.

Cause: An attempt was made to plug in or clone from a pluggable database with a higher compatible parameter value than the compatible parameter value of the multitenant container database CDB. Action: Create a pluggable database with the same or lower compatible parameter value of the multitenant container database.

Cause: An attempt was made to end an application action using a service name or module name that does not match the service name or module name that was in use when the application action was started. Action: Use the right service name or module name before ending the application action. Cause: An attempt was made to create a proxy pluggable database with relocate clause specified.

Action: Create a proxy pluggable database without the relocate clause. Cause: An operation was attempted that can only be performed outside an application action install, uninstall, upgrade, or patch. Action: Perform the operation outside an application action. Cause: An attempt was made to modify a common object that was created by another application.

Action: Modify the object using the same application as the one that created the object. Cause: The password of the application common user had expired and needed to be changed in order to successfully log in to application containers. But the application ROOT container's application status did not allow this operation to succeed either because: - An implicit application common user was attempting to change the password from within an explicit application action.

Action: Either begin an explicit application action for changing the password of a non-implicit application common user or try changing the implicit application common user's password inside an implicit application action and then try logging in or contact the DBA. Cause: An attempt was made to synchronize an application containing statements executed from a privileged session. Cause: An attempt was made to use an invalid file name as an argument.

Action: Specify a valid file name and retry the operation. Cause: An attempt was made to modify a user that was created by another application. Action: Modify the user using the same application as the one that created the user. Cause: An attempt was made to query the cross-container fixed tables.

Action: Avoid querying the cross-container fixed tables. Cause: An attempt was made to use an invalid application patch. Cause: An attempt was made to create an object table or object view as a data link or extended data link. Action: Create the object table or object view as a metadata link. Cause: An attempt was made to modify the sharing property of an object outside an application action.

Cause: An attempt was made to end an application action in a manner that is inconsistent with the order in which sessions will be replayed during application SYNC. Action: Start a new session to end the application action. Cause: DDL on a data link table was attempted outside an application action. Action: Begin the application action before the DDL. Cause: DDL on an extended data link table was attempted in an application root outside an application action.

Cause: An attempt was made to purge an application that was installed in one or more application pluggable databases PDBs. Action: Drop the installed application PDB before purging. Action: Specify a valid value which is greater than the current number of existing PDBs.

Cause: An attempt was made to end an application action using an incorrect application name. Cause: An attempt was made to end an application action using an incorrect application patch number. Action: Use the correct application patch number. Cause: An attempt was made to modify a profile that was created by another application. Action: Modify the profile using the same application as the one that created the profile. Cause: An attempt was made to relocate a pluggable database using a database link to the source pluggable database.

Action: Use a database link that points to the source multitenant container database root and retry the operation. Cause: An unsupported operation was performed on the source pluggable database, which rendered the target PDB invalid. Cause: An attempt was made to set the compatibility version of an application to a version higher than that of one of the PDBs.

Action: Set a higher compatibility version. Action: Open the refreshable clone in read-only mode or modify the refresh mode to NONE and retry the operation. Cause: The source pluggable database had an active transaction when it was closed. End XA transaction. Cause: An attempt was made to unplug a pluggable database that was previously unplugged. Action: Drop the pluggable database to finish the unplug operation. Cause: An attempt was made to uninstall or purge an application that had objects, users, roles, and profiles.

Action: Drop all objects, users, roles, and profiles that belong to the application. Cause: The foreign archive log required for refreshing the pluggable database was not found. Action: Re-create the refresh pluggable database and ensure that archive logging is enabled for the source multitenant container database CDB. Cause: An attempt was made to plug in a pluggable database PDB that has a lower version and has more components than the multitenant container database CDB or the application root.

Cause: There were proxy pluggable databases or application containers in the database. Action: Prior to downgrade, drop the proxy pluggable databases and application containers. Cause: An attempt was made to relocate a pluggable database with availability max clause using a target pluggable database name which is different from source pluggable database name. Action: Use source pluggable database name as the target pluggable database name. Action: Remove the ancillary operator in the query.

If the XML metadata file is missing undo tablespaces, you may need to be regenerate the XML using a more recent patchset. Action: Retry the clone operation after the source pluggable database is in read-only mode. Cause: An attempt was made to switchover a pluggable database PDB using a database link that pointed to the source pluggable database. Cause: An attempt was made to switchover to a pluggable database PDB which was not marked as a refresh copy.

Action: Switchover operation is allowed only with a target refreshable clone PDB. Cause: An attempt was made to switchover to a pluggable database PDB which was not marked as a refresh copy of the source pluggable database PDB. Action: Switchover operation is allowed only between a refreshable clone and its primary PDB. Cause: An attempt was made to snapshot a pluggable database PDB which was created with snapshots disabled. Action: Retry the operation after changing the snapshot mode of the PDB.

Cause: An attempt was made to create a pluggable database PDB using a snapshot or to drop a snapshot that could not be found. Cause: An attempt was made to create a snapshot of a pluggable database PDB using a name that already existed. Action: Specify a different name and retry the operation. Cause: Recovery was required prior to opening the pluggable database, but an error during recovery was determined to be fatal enough to end both the recovery and the open operation.

Action: More specific messages accompany this message. Refer to the accompanying messages for the appropriate action. Cause: An attempt was made to generate logical partitioning key values using a container map object that had multiple values for each partition.

Action: Specify a container map object that has a single value for each partition and retry the operation. Cause: An attempt was made to specify an illegal initialization parameter in a lockdown profile. Action: Do not specify this initialization parameter in a lockdown profile. Cause: An attempt was made to modify an illegal initialization parameter inside a template pluggable database PDB.

Action: Do not modify this initialization parameter inside a template PDB. Cause: The specified operation was not allowed in a template pluggable database PDB. Action: Do not perform this operation in a template PDB. Cause: A conflicting operation was in progress in the source pluggable database PDB for the refresh clone. Action: Choose a valid clause and retry the operation. Cause: An attempt was made to unplug an application pluggable database PDB , which had unfinished application action.

Action: Fix the application state in the application pluggable database PDB before unplugging the database. Cause: An attempt was made to materialize a pluggable database PDB that was not created as a snapshot copy. Proteins by mRNA expression : Sends your set of proteins to the ArrayExpress Atlas that will show the known gene expression based on experimental studies. Searching Interactions Search Tab As you can see in this tab we are now trying to give you more targeted choice to do your queries, please note that the examples provided in this tab are live links so you can simply click them to see the resulting interactions sets.

Using the Quick Search In this search panel you are free to type anything that might relate to interactions, whether it is properties of their interactor gene name, identifiers, GO term… or more specific to the interaction like publication, authors, experimental detection method, Some examples: Try the query: imatinib This is a drug for which we have curated a number of interactions. Once you press the search button you should be taken to the Interaction Tab that lists binary interactions.

If you want to construct more complex queries we recommend you take a look at the Molecular Interaction Query Language, accessible from the quick search panel. Try the query: species:yeast AND type:"direct interaction" This query selects all interactions involving yeast interactors that have been shown to have direct interactions. Searching the Compound chemical structure In this panel you will be able to draw all or part of a chemical structure and search for chemical compounds. Then you can start drawing your structure, for instance: Once you have drawn your structure, select Similarity and press Search.

Complex Expansion. Binary interactions generated by co-complex expansion Why should you care about complex expansion? Existing expansion algorithm There are several known algorithm allowing to transform an n-ary interaction into a set of binaries. Spoke expansion : Links the bait molecule to all prey molecules. If N is the count of molecule in the complex, it generated N-1 binary interactions. Matrix expansion : Links all molecule to all other molecule present in the complex.

How is the number of interactions in other databases obtained? What is the significance of the IMEx dataset? Representation of Experimental Features This section shows the graphical representation of experimental features, where each participant is represented as a white rectangle with a black border and a line for each hundredth amino acid.

These are the possible range statuses: Interacting with the widget Hover over a feature to see more information in a tooltip. To display a single interacting region click on it and click again to display all interacting regions. Displaying all interacting regions Displaying one interacting region. Dynamic molecular interaction data This section shows the graphical representation of dynamic molecular interactions.

By default it displays all the interactions from one experiment using radio buttons to allow users to highlight interactions in different variable conditions. Interactions 3 Interactors Interaction Details Graph. Your query also matches 3 interaction evidences from 1 other databases.

CV Term details. EBI imex : IM Columns displayed. Molecule 'A'. Links 'A'. Molecule 'B'. Links 'B'. Unique id 'A'. Unique id 'B'. Alternative id 'A'. Alternative id 'B'. Aliases 'A'. Aliases 'B'. Interaction Detection Method. First Author. Publication Identifier. Species 'A'. Species 'B'. Interaction Type. Source Database. Interaction AC. Confidence Value. Expansion Method.

Biological Role 'A'. Biological Role 'B'. Experimental Role 'A'. Experimental Role 'B'. Interactor Type 'A'. Interactor Type 'B'. Xrefs 'A'. Xrefs 'B'. Interaction Xrefs. Annotations 'A'. Annotations 'B'. Interaction Annotations. Host Organism. Interaction Parameters. Curation date. Last update date. Checksums 'A'.

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Binomo is a binary options broker with a high-end trading platform with the ability to trade binary options, CFDs, Forex, and cryptocurrency. Binomo is based out of St. Binomo doesn't offer as many assets to trade compared to other brokers. Overall, Binomo is a good binary trading platform but has limited assets compared to other brokers. When 24Option was established in , they were primarly just a binary option platform.

However, the company has shifted its focus to offering Forex and CFDs. Advanced traders will be happy to know that 24Option has the MetaTrader4 platform, which is very popular for its charting functionality and financial analysis tools. MT4 offers immediate order execution and accurate pricing in real-time.

All account types get leverage up to The basic level comes with floating spreads as low as 2. Platform also includes Stop Loss and Take Profit features to help minimize losses and maximize returns. Overall, 24Option is a good broker if you're looking for an advanced trading platform with CFD and Forex trading.

Finmax has an asset index of over 70 markets, as well as a favorable trading conditions such as instant order execution, no spreads, a free demo without limits, and 48 hour withdrawals. The Finmax trading software has a variety of expiry times, ranging from 30 seconds to 6 months. Finmax is one of the few brokers in the industry that have developed their own software for trading binary options, rather than relying on third party platforms such as SpotOption or TechFinancials.

Established in and based out of Cyprus, Ayrex is one of the few unregulated brokers that exist in the industry. Ayrex offers binary option contracts on over 30 different underlying assets. Ayrex is an unregulated broker, but they've already applied for licensing from the CySEC Cyprus Securities and Exchange Commission , which has yet been granted.

Ayrex specializes in short-term contracts with an expiry time as little as 30 seconds. Their customer support team is also very helpful as well. Overall, Ayrex might be suitable for some investors, but their small asset selection and lack of regulation should make traders hesitant. If you do decide to use Ayrex, make sure to take advantage of their free trading account so that you can practice trading binary options before depositing real money.

Nadex is a United States based binary options exchange located in Chicago, Illinois. Nadex offers trading platforms that allow you to take positions on short-term price movements in a variety of markets. You can choose between binary options, touch bracket, and call spread contracts. Due to regulatory rules set forth by the CFTC, the money you deposit must be held in segregated bank accounts to ensure your funds are safe and secure.

The Nadex Trader Platform lets you place orders directly to the exchange using their proprietary software. You can filter over 5, contracts daily by asset class, expiry time, and price. However, there is no settlement fee if your binary options trade expires "outside the money".

When you're choosing a binary broker, you should consider certain factors before you commit. Each of these components affects your trading experience. Identify the ones that are most important to you, and find a broker who offers those features, before you sign up. When it comes to binary options trading, it is essential that you have access to the markets from your smartphone or tablet.

Most brokers offer a binary options app that allow you to access the markets and execute trades from anywhere. Most binary options websites have information regarding their trading apps and which devices their platform is compatible with, such as Android or iPhone.

When choosing the best binary options provider, make sure to take into consideration which assets are available to trade. Most brokers list their asset index on their websites for everyone to see. The bigger their list of assets, the more opportunities you have to make a profit. Most binary options brokers have at least different markets that you can trade including Forex, commodities, stocks, and indices.

Regulation and licensing is a key factor that you must consider before choosing the best binary options company to work with. Regulated brokers must follow certain requirements that help protect binary options traders in the event of a dispute. In additional, regulation ensures client funds are held securely in segregated bank accounts. Although unregulated brokers have more risk associated with them, they do have some advantages such as the ability to offer sign-up bonuses to attract new traders.

If binary options are prohibited in your region, such as Europe or India, using an offshore broker might be the only way to gain access to the binary options market. If you're just getting started with binary options trading, it may be a good idea to choose a binary option broker with a low minimum deposit.

Another thing to keep in mind is the minimum trade amount, which can vary between platforms. The higher the returns, the better. That's the whole purpose of binary options trading, after all. Before you sign up with a broker and invest your funds, know what you'll be getting back for each successful trade. You don't want to invest a lot of money and only get a little—or worse, none—back. A binary options bonus is a way for some brokers to attract new customers.

A bonus can come in several different forms including deposit match bonuses, sign-up bonuses, or risk-free trades. There are certain terms and conditions that have to be met before you can withdraw this money. For example, you can't just sign up and then immediately withdraw your bonus funds. However, it's still a great way to mitigate your risk and increase your profits.

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