Please contact the System Administrator for assistance. I suppose it is some memory related issue. Feel free to ask questions on our. On checking I found grants are properly given and synonym is also valid. If I enter data in the 2nd and 3rd parameters, the data retrieves just fine. If I will use the all the select fields in the group by clause I am getting different results.
Don't have a My Oracle Support account? Could you please let me know how to resolve this issue. I don't know which data dictionary should be used to find information related to this issue. At present can we have some historical traces to investigate this issue. I can enter data in the first or second and third parameters and data is retrieved. This book includes scripts and tools to hypercharge Oracle 11g performance and you can for 30% off directly from the publisher. Always include the century, it will save you from a world of pain.
The subprogram name might be misspelled, a parameter might have the wrong datatype, the declaration might be faulty, or the declaration might be placed incorrectly in the block structure. May be some traces etc. If so start here for some basics: If not, let me know in a comment and I'll delete this post. Please guide me how to investigate this issue. Since I've created synonym I should be able to execute without prefixing owner schema name. Anyhow background processed didn't find this object.
All legitimate Oracle experts publish their. Feel free to ask questions on our. But I faced this situation which looks very very odd for me. If you find an error or have a suggestion for improving our content, we would appreciate your feedback. I suppose the data you have is stored in this format either as a date or a character. Don't have a My Oracle Support account? Also confirm that its call is correct, its parameters are of the right datatype, and, if it is not a built-in function, that its declaration is placed correctly in the block structure.
Action: Check the spelling and declaration of the subprogram name. Because this is strange and should not happen in production system. Anyone considering using the services of an Oracle support expert should independently investigate their credentials and experience, and not rely on advertisements and self-proclaimed expertise. Although this has happened in development environment but we should do some route cause analysis for this issue. Once you have done so you'll get the next error.
Please post what you have I did it. Burleson Consulting The Oracle of Database Support Copyright © 1996 - 2017 All rights reserved by Burleson Oracle ® is the registered trademark of Oracle Corporation. The value is maybe unexpected, which underlines why real code needs better exceptional handling i. The most basic for your purpose is. In this Document My Oracle Support provides customers with access to over a million knowledge articles and a vibrant support community of peers and Oracle experts. Remote Emergency Support provided by.
. Remote Emergency Support provided by. To handle the error gracefully you need an exception handler. Please contact the System Administrator for assistance. Cause To view full details, sign in with your My Oracle Support account. Senior Member Hi Michel, It normally works.
Senior Member Hi All, I'm facing an issue as below. However, when running the program with data in the 1st parameter and executing the retrieve I get the following error: You haven't made any of the arguments optional. The code doesn't compile so it doesn't run and there is no way to handle that except by fixing the bug. Question: I have defined this cursor: cursor maxpencursor is select playerno, count playerno as maxpenalty from penalties having. Oracle offers a comprehensive and fully integrated stack of cloud applications and platform services.