ORA-07705: sksaprs: device name buffer too small

Cause : The buffer supplied for the device name is too small. This is an internal error.

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update : 24-07-2017

ORA-07705 - sksaprs: device name buffer too small
ORA-07705 - sksaprs: device name buffer too small

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