Database Topics

Database Topics

ORA-14300: partitioning key maps to a partition outside maximum permitted

ORA-14300: partitioning key maps to a partition outside maximum permitted number of partitions error occurs when the partition key value is null or outside of the maximum permissible value in all partitions in a table. The insert statement has a

ORA-00913: too many values

SQL Error: ORA-00913: too many values issue appears when you enter more column values in the VALUES / SELECT clauses than the number of columns required in the insert statement. The values in the VALUES clause are more than what

ORA-00947: not enough values

ORA-00947: not enough values error occurs when fewer column values are entered in the VALUES or SELECT clause than are required in the insert statement. If you attempt to run an insert statement with fewer values in the VALUES or SELECT

ORA-00984: column not allowed here

ORA-00984: column not allowed here error that occurs when you try to use a column that is not allowed in a particular area of the sql. The ORA 00984: column not allowed here error occurs when a column is not

ORA-01756: quoted string not properly terminated

The ORA-01756: quoted string not correctly terminated issue occurs when one of the surrounding single quotes in the character, string, or date value is missing. In Oracle, the string value, character value, and date value are all wrapped by a

ORA-00923: FROM keyword not found where expected

The ORA-00923: FROM keyword not found where expected error occurs when the FROM keyword is missing, misspelled, or misplaced in the Oracle SQL statement such as select or delete. The FROM keyword is used to identify the table name. If

ORA-00903: invalid table name

ORA-00903: invalid table name error occurs when the table name used to refer to a table in the sql query is invalid or does not exist in the Oracle database. A valid table name must start with a letter and

ORA-00902: invalid datatype

ORA-00902: incorrect datatype error occurs when a column is declared with an invalid data type that Oracle does not support. when creating a table, altering a table, or declaring a variable in PL/SQL. The create table command creates a collection

ORA-00904: : invalid identifier

ORA-00904: : invalid identifier error occurs when an invalid column name is used to refer a column in a table. The column name should follow the naming conventions. A valid column name must begin with a letter and can only

ORA-00905: missing keyword

The ORA-00905: missing keyword error occurs when the Oracle parser expects a keyword in the sql query but it is missing. The error is displayed to signify a malformed statement, in which the Oracle parser indicates that a keyword is

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