Error validating access token

Before performing the above operations the table, disable the foreign key constraints in other tables.

You can see what constraints are referencing a table by issuing the following command: SELECT * FROM USER_CONSTRAINTS WHERE TABLE_NAME = "tabnam"; An attempt was made to enter an object identifier literal for CREATE TYPE that is either: - not a string of 32 hexadecimal characters - an object identifier that already identifies an existing object - an object identifier different from the original object identifier already assigned to the type Do not specify the object identifier clause or specify a 32 hexadecimal-character object identifier literal that is unique or identical to the originally assigned object identifier. See the message that follows for more information about the row that could not be loaded.

The second is the actual number of bytes that was read in. The number in the "additional information" field is the starting block number of the data segment being written out.

The first number in the "additional information" field is the block number being written out.

This total is generally the total physical memory available in the system minus what is needed for the SGA minus what is needed for the operating system (e.g.

500MB) An object name was specified that was not recognized by the system.

For example, a date was specified without the century.

When the fast driver was invoked, processes failed to attach to the shared memory buffer.

You probably supplied an illegal shared memory attach address, or the system ran out of data space to accomodate the buffer.

Before performing the above operations the table, drop the foreign key constraints in other tables.

You can see what constraints are referencing a table by issuing the following command: SELECT * FROM USER_CONSTRAINTS WHERE TABLE_NAME = "tabnam"; Verify that there are enough system resources to support another process.

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