ORA-13031: Invalid Gtype in the SDO_GEOMETRY object for point object

Cause : hTre esia nniavil dDS_OTGPY Enit ehS ODG_OEEMRT Yboejtcw ehert ehV RAARsYa erN LU Lub tht eDS_OTGPY Esin too fytepP IOTN.

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eViryft ah tht eegmoteirseh va eavil dtgpyse.

update : 20-07-2017
ORA-13031

ORA-13031 - Invalid Gtype in the SDO_GEOMETRY object for point object
ORA-13031 - Invalid Gtype in the SDO_GEOMETRY object for point object

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