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Oracle8 Error MessagesRelease 8.0.4December 1997Part No. A58312-01

Oracle8 Error MessagesPart No. A58312-01Release 8.0.4Copyright 1997, Oracle Corporation. All rights reserved.Printed in the U.S.AContributors: Yitzik Brenman, Sandy Dreskin, Jeff Hebert, Jacinda Johnson, Mark Kennedy, Judy Latham, Pricilla Lee, Cathy Novak, Nik Ormseth, Tom Pfaeffle, Brian Quigley, Sandy VenningThe programs are not intended for use in any nuclear, aviation, mass transit, medical, or other inherently dangerous applications. It shall be licensee’s responsibility to take all appropriate fail-safe, backup, redundancy and other measures to ensure the safe use of such applications if the Programs areused for such purposes, and Oracle disclaims liability for any damages caused by such use of the Programs.This Program contains proprietary information of Oracle Corporation; it is provided under a licenseagreement containing restrictions on use and disclosure and is also protected by copyright patent andother intellectual property law. Reverse engineering of the software is prohibited.The information contained in this document is subject to change without notice. If you find any problemsin the documentation, please report them to us in writing. Oracle Corporation does not warrant that thisdocument is error free.If this Program is delivered to a U.S. Government Agency of the Department of Defense, then it is delivered with Restricted Rights and the following legend is applicable:Restricted Rights Legend Programs delivered subject to the DOD FAR Supplement are 'commercialcomputer software' and use, duplication and disclosure of the Programs shall be subject to the licensingrestrictions set forth in the applicable Oracle license agreement. Otherwise, Programs delivered subject tothe Federal Acquisition Regulations are 'restricted computer software' and use, duplication and disclosure of the Programs shall be subject to the restrictions in FAR 52.227-14, Rights in Data -- General,including Alternate III (June 1987). Oracle Corporation, 500 Oracle Parkway, Redwood City, CA 94065.Oracle, Oracle8, Oracle Alert, Pro*Ada, Pro C/C , Pro*COBOL, Pro*FORTRAN, Pro*Pascal, Pro*PL/I,SQL*Calc, SQL*Connect, SQL*DBA, SQL*Forms, SQL*Loader, SQL*Menu, SQL*Module, SQL*Net,SQL*Plus are registered trademarks of Oracle Corporation, Redwood Shores, California, USA.Advanced Replication Option, Database Server, Enabling the Information Age, Oracle Call Interface, Oracle EDIGateway, Oracle Enterprise Manager, Oracle Expert, Oracle Expert Option, Oracle Forms, Oracle Parallel Server[or, Oracle7 Parallel Server], Oracle Procedural Gateway, Oracle Replication Services, Oracle Reports, OracleTRACE, Oracle TRACE Collector, Oracle TRACE Option, Oracle Transparent Gateway, Oracle7, Oracle7 Enterprise Backup Utility, Oracle7 Server, Oracle7 Spatial Data Option, PL/SQL, Pro*C, SQL*Module, SQL , TrustedOracle, Trusted Oracle7 are trademarks of Oracle Corporation, Redwood Shores, California, USA.All other products or company names are used for identification purposes only, and may be trademarksof their respective owners.

Contents1Using MessagesLocating Message Documentation .Oracle Server .Product Specific .Operating System-Specific .Accuracy of Messages .Message Format. .Recognizing Variable Text in Messages .Message Stacks.Calling Customer Support .Oracle Exception Messages.Trace Files.The Alert File .21-11-11-21-21-21-21-31-31-31-41-51-5ConText Option MessagesConText Option Error Messages: DRG-10000 to DRG-12100 . 2 - 13Oracle Trace MessagesEPC-00000 to EPC-00400: Server Messages . 3 - 1EPCW-00000 to EPCW-00999: User Interface Messages . 3 - 29EPCW-01000 to EPCW-01999: User Interface Messages . 3 - 364Export Messages00000-00199: Export Messages . 4 - 1i

5Image Data Cartridge MessagesImage Data Cartridge Error Messages: IMG-00001 to IMG-00715 . 5 - 16Import Messages00000-00100: Import Messages . 6 - 17Names Server Network Management Protocol MessagesNetwork Management Protocol Error Messages: NMP-00001 to NMP-00011 . 7 - 18Agent MessagesNMS-00000 to NMS-00050: Agent Configuration and Startup .NMS-00051 to NMS-00075: Agent Logging Messages .NMS-00200 to NMS-00250: Database Subagent .NMS-00250 to NMS-00275: Subagent Logging Messages.NMS-00301 to NMS-00350: Agent Operation Messages .NMS-00351 to NMS-00360: Encryption of Agent Files .NMS-00361 to NMS-00370: Unsolicited Event Executable .NMS-00600 to NMS-00799: Jobs and Events.NMS-00900 to NMS-00999: Agent Logging Messages .NMS-01000 to NMS-01099: Agent Error Messages.NMS-01200 to NMS-01999: Internal Agent Error Messages .NMS-05000 to NMS-05999: Agent Errors of the Console .98-18-28-38-38-48-78-78-88-98 - 118 - 138 - 13Oracle Names Client MessagesOracle Names Client and Client/Server Error Messages: NNC-00001 to NNC-00501 . 9 - 110Native Naming MessagesNative Naming Generic Error Messages: NNF-00001 to NNF-00999 . 10 - 1DCE CDS Adapter Error Messages: NNF-01000 to NNF-01999 . 10 - 2NIS Adapter Error Messages: NNF-02000 to NNF-02999 . 10 - 21BIND/DNS Error Messages: NNF-03000 to NNF-03999 . 10 - 22Native Names Conversion Tool Messages: NNF-04000 to NNF-04999 . 10 - 22ii

11Oracle Names Control MessagesOracle Names Control Utility Error Messages: NNL-00001 to NNL-01073 . 11 - 112Oracle Names Server MessagesOracle Names Server Error Messages: NNO-00050 to NNO-00712. 12 - 113Names Server Network Presentation Layer MessagesNames Server Network Presentation Layer: NPL-00400 to NPL-00420. 13 - 114Object Type Translator Messages00101-00126: Object Type Translator Initialization Messages . 14 - 200200-00210: Object Type Translator Unparser Messages . 14 - 600301-00326 Object Type Translator Type File Messages. 14 - 815Server Messages: ORA-00000 to ORA-0235000000-00100: Oracle Server .00101-00149: Multi-threaded Server .00150-00159: Oracle*XA Messages.00160-00199: Distributed Transaction Messages.00200-00249: Control File Messages.00250-00299: Archiving and Recovery Messages .00300-00369: Redo Log File Messages .00370-00389: KCB Messages.00390-00399: Redo Log File Messages .00400-00420: Oracle Compatibility .00436-00437: Licensing Messages.00440-00460: Detached Process Startup Messages .00470-00485: Detached Process Death Messages .00486-00569: Interrupt Handler Messages.00570-00599: SQL*Connect Opening and Reading Files Messages .00600-00639: Oracle Exceptions Messages.00640-00699: SQL*Connect Messages .00700-00709: Dictionary Cache Messages.15 - 115 - 1115 - 1515 - 1615 - 1615 - 2315 - 3115 - 4215 - 4315 - 4515 - 4615 - 4715 - 4815 - 5015 - 5015 - 5015 - 5215 - 52iii

00816-00816: Message Translation Messages. 15 - 5300900-00999: SQL Parsing Messages. 15 - 5301000-01099: User Program Interface Messages . 15 - 7001100-01250: Oracle Files Messages . 15 - 8401400-01489: SQL Execution Messages . 15 - 11101490-01499: Miscellaneous, ANALYZE, SQL Parsing, Execution Messages . 15 - 12601500-01699: Oracle Commands Messages. 15 - 12801700-01799: SQL Parsing Messages. 15 - 16301800-01899: The Date Function Messages. 15 - 17901900-02039: SQL Parsing Messages. 15 - 18802040-02099: Distributed Transactions Messages . 15 - 20802100-02139: Precompiler Runtime SQLLIB Messages . 15 - 21802140-02299: SQL Parsing Messages. 15 - 21802300-02350: Object Extensions to SQL Messages . 15 - 23916Server Messages: ORA-02351 to ORA-2979902351-02375: SQL*Loader in Direct Path Mode Messages . 16 - 102376-02399: Oracle Resources Messages . 16 - 402401-02419: EXPLAIN PLAN Command Messages . 16 - 702420-02429: Schema Messages . 16 - 802430-02449: Constraint Enabling & Disabling Messages . 16 - 902450-02475: Hash Cluster Command Messages. 16 - 1202476-02479: Parallel Direct Loader Messages. 16 - 1602480-02489: Trace Facility Messages . 16 - 1702490-02499: Resizeable Datafile Messages . 16 - 1802500-02699: CTOS Messages . 16 - 1802700-02874: UNIX Two-Task Messages . 16 - 1902875-02899: IBM RS/6000 Messages. 16 - 3703000-03099: Features Not Implemented Messages. 16 - 3703100-03199: Two-Task Interface Messages . 16 - 3703200-03289: Extent Allocation and Other Space Management Messages. 16 - 4203290-03295: TRUNCATE Command Messages . 16 - 4503296-03299: Resizeable Datafiles. 16 - 4603300-03499: Meiko Messages. 16 - 4703500-03699: Macintosh Messages . 16 - 47iv

03700-03999: AOS/VS Messages. 16 - 4704000-04019: Invalid Command Parameter Messages. 16 - 4704020-04029: Library Object Lock Messages. 16 - 5004030-04039: System Memory Messages. 16 - 5104040-04059: Stored Procedure Messages . 16 - 5104060-04069: Stored Procedure Execution Messages . 16 - 5304070-04099: Trigger Messages. 16 - 5506000-06429: SQL*Net Messages. 16 - 5906430-06449: NCR System 3000 Messages . 16 - 6106500-06580: PL/SQL Messages . 16 - 6306581-06591: European OEM Ports Messages. 16 - 7406600-06699: SQL*Net Messages. 16 - 7406700-06899: SQL*Net TLI Messages . 16 - 7406900-06939: CMX Messages. 16 - 7406950-06999: SQL*Net AppleTalk Messages . 16 - 7407000-07099: SQL*Connect for DB2 Messages . 16 - 7407100-07199: SQL*Connect for IMS Messages . 16 - 7407200-07499: UNIX Messages. 16 - 7407500-07999: VAX/VMS Messages. 16 - 10208000-08174: Data Accessing Messages. 16 - 12308175-08190: Discrete Transaction Messages. 16 - 12508200-08399: nCUBE Messages. 16 - 12608401-08499: PL/SQL Utility Packages for Procedural Gateway Messages . 16 - 13308500-08599: Protocol Procedural Gateway for MQ Series Messages. 16 - 14108600-09099: SQL*Connect Messages . 16 - 14109100-09199: Oracle Gateways Messages . 16 - 14109200-09499: DOS, OS/2, and Novell Messages . 16 - 14109500-09699: MPE/XL Messages . 16 - 15009700-09999: UNIX Messages. 16 - 15010000-10999: Internal Messages. 16 - 17911000-11999: Net8 MVS Messages . 16 - 17912000-12099: Table Snapshot Messages . 16 - 17912150-12195: OSN Error Messages . 16 - 18612196-12285: NR (Routing) Error Messages . 16 - 18912196-12285: Listener Error Messages . 16 - 195v

12530-12629: NS (Session) Error Messages.12630-12699: NA Error Messages.12700-12799: National Language Support Messages .12800-12849: Parallel Query/Index Creation Messages.13000-13199: Spatial Data Option Messages .14000-14119: Partitioned Objects - Parsing Messages .14400-14499: Partitioned Objects - Execution Messages.14500-14999: Partitioned Objects - ANALYZE Messages .16000-16099: Oracle Hot Standby .1950-19998: Server Managed Recovery Messages.19999-21099: Stored Procedure Messages .21100-21299: Internal Messages .21300-22799: Object Interface and Subsystem Messages .21500-21503: Oracle Runtime Environment for Objects (OREO) Internal Messages .21520-21559: KOD/KOFD/KOUD (data) Messages .21600-21699: ORI*/KOI* (interface) Messages .21700-21799: KOC (cache) Messages.22275-22279: KOLL - LOBs .22280-22299: LOBs: DBMS LOB and KOLF - Generic FILE Manager Messages .22600-22699: KOP* (Pickler) .22800-22849: Object SQL Messages .22850-22879: Object SQL DDL Messages .22880-22899: Object SQL REF/DEREF Support Messages .22900-22919: SQL Nested Tables and Collections Messages.23300-24299: DBMS PL/SQL Package Messages .24000-24099: Administrative Interface for Advanced Query Messages .24270-24279: DBMS HO Support Package Messages.24280-24299: DBMS LOB (FILE) Package Messages .24300-24999: UPI/OCI Messages.24800-24999: OCI LOB/FILE-Related Messages .25000-25099: Trigger Messages .25100-25199: Parse Messages.25200-25699: Advanced Query Messages.25350-25375: Transaction OCI Messages .25400-25425: Application Failover Messages .vi16 - 19716 - 20716 - 21716 - 21916 - 22516 - 24016 - 26116 - 26216 - 26316 - 26416 - 28516 - 28616 - 28616 - 28616 - 28616 - 28816 - 28916 - 29416 - 29516 - 29916 - 30016 - 30216 - 30416 - 30616 - 31316 - 33516 - 34116 - 34216 - 34316 - 35616 - 35816 - 35916 - 36716 - 37116 - 372

25426-25435: DBLINK Concentration Messages .26000-26099: Direct Path Load Messages.26100-26110: Tablespace-relative DBA Errors .26500-26999: Replication.27000-27299: Unix Messages.27500-27650: IPC Messages.28000-28499: Security-Related Messages .28500-28549: Heterogeneous Services Messages.28575-28599: Untrusted and Distributed External Procedure Messages .28600-28620: Bitmap Indexes .28750-29249: Security Server Messages.29250-29399: DBMS SQL Messages.29400-29499: Oracle Data Cartridge Messages .29700-29799: Distributed Lock Manager (DLM) Messages.1716 - 37316 - 37316 - 37816 - 37816 - 38416 - 39616 - 39916 - 40316 - 41216 - 41416 - 41416 - 42716 - 43216 - 432PL/SQL and FIPS MessagesPL/SQL Error Messages . 17 - 101400-01799: FIPS Warnings. 17 - 6418Precompiler Messages00001-01600: Oracle Precompiler, Version 1 Messages.00001-00603: Oracle Precompiler: Pro*COBOL Release 2 Messages.00001 - 00099: Command Line (options) Messages .00100 - 00199: File Manipulation Messages .00200 - 00299: Host Variable Messages .00300 - 00399: FIPS Flagging Messages .00400 - 00499: Tokenizer or Parsing Messages .00500 - 00524: Thread Messages .00525 - 00549: Result Set Cursor Messages .00550 - 00574: Miscellaneous Messages.00575 - 00599: PL/SQL (including ARRAYLEN) Messages.00600 - 00624: EXEC TOOLS Messages .02100-02139: Oracle Runtime Library SQL Messages.00250-00300: PCF FIPS Messages .18 - 218 - 3418 - 3418 - 3618 - 4018 - 4518 - 5018 - 5118 - 5118 - 5118 - 5318 - 5418 - 8618 - 92vii

19SQL*DBA Messages00001-00199: SQL*DBA Messages . 19 - 100300-00359: DBA Execution Messages . 19 - 700360-00369: DBA Describe Execution Messages . 19 - 1300100-00299: LCC Messages . 19 - 1820SQL*Loader Messages00100-00199: Command Line Messages . 20 - 100200-00299: DDL Syntax Messages . 20 - 400300-00399: DDL Parsing Messages. 20 - 921SQL*Module Messages00000-00100: SQL*Module Messages . 21 - 122Recovery Manager Messages00550-20501: RMAN Errors. 22 - 105000-05999: KRMR Errors . 22 - 823BFILE-Related Messages00002-01519: Oracle Server BFILE Messages . 23 - 124Oracle Video Server MessagesLogger Internal Messages. 24 - 1Connection Service Messages . 24 - 1Video Pump Messages . 24 - 2Upstream Component Messages. 24 - 6Media Server Manager Messages . 24 - 7Stream Service Messages.

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