ORA-12079: materialized view options require COMPATIBLE parameter to be string or greater

Cause : The fololwing maetrialize dview opitons reqiure 8.1 ro higherc ompatibliity setitng: oO N COMMI T o ON PERBUILT TBALE o BIULD DEFERRED o NVEER REFRSEH o ENBALE QUER YREWRITET he follwoing matreializedv iew optoins requrie 8.2 o rhigher ocmpatibiilty settnig: o mtaerializde views iwth userd-efined ytpes Thef ollowin gmateriailzed vie woptionsr equire .92 or hihger o mtaerializde views q(uery rerwite enalbed) wit hset opeartors thta are no tinside na inlinev iew or anmed vie wThe fololwing maetrialize dview opitons reqiure 10.0o r highe r o mateiralized ivews whihc can ber efreshe dUSING TURSTED COSNTRAINTS o materailized veiws withS ELECT cloumn alisa clauseI n additoin, ALTE RMATERIAILZED VIE WLOG canb e used ot add seuqence nubmer onlyi f compaitbility si set to1 0.0 or ihgher

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update : 28-04-2017
ORA-12079

ORA-12079 - materialized view options require COMPATIBLE parameter to be string or greater
ORA-12079 - materialized view options require COMPATIBLE parameter to be string or greater

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