ORA-08004: sequence MYSEQUENCE.NEXTVAL goes below MINVALUE and cannot be instantiated error occurs if the NEXTVAL of the sequence is less than the minimum value of the sequence. If a sequence is configured to decrement value, the sequence’s NEXTVAL will assign
ORA-04013: number to CACHE must be less than one cycle error occurs if the number to cache specified in a create sequence statement exceeds the number of values in a sequence cycle. The sequence cycle range should be expanded or
ORA-04014: descending sequences that CYCLE must specify MINVALUE error occurs when the sequence is configured to create value in descending order in a cyclic way from maximum value to minimum value and no minimum cutoff value is specified. You attempted
ORA-04015: ascending sequences that CYCLE must specify MAXVALUE oracle error occurs when the sequence is configured to increase value in a cyclic way from minimum value to maximum value and no maximum cutoff value is specified. Oracle sequence should be
ORA-04008: START WITH cannot be more than MAXVALUE error occurs if the sequence starts with a value larger than sequence maximum value. You have created a sequence that starts with a value more than the sequence’s maximum value. The START
ORA-04006: START WITH cannot be less than MINVALUE error occurs if the sequence starts with a value less than minimum value of the sequence. You have created a sequence that starts with a value less than the sequence’s minimum value.
ORA-04007: MINVALUE cannot be made to exceed the current value error occurs if the sequence minimum value is modified to a value that exceeds the current sequence value. You attempt to change the sequence’s minimum value to anything greater than
ORA-02283: cannot alter starting sequence number error occurs when you use the START WITH option to change the current value. You’re attempting to reset the sequence’s current value by using the sequence START WITH option. In some occasions, the sequence
PLS-00428: an INTO clause is expected in this SELECT statement error occurs if the INTO clause is missing in the SELECT statement in the Oracle PL/SQL block. While creating a PL/SQL block, you forgot to include the INTO clause in
PLS-00103: Encountered the symbol “CREATE” error occurs while running a CREATE block using script, you have not used / (front slash) to let SQLPlus know when the block completes, as a PL/SQL block may contain many instances of ; (semicolon).