ORA-13196: failed to compute supercell for element string.string.string

Cause : The system was unable to compute the minimum bounding HHCODE or supercell for the geometry.

Action - How to fix it : DBA Scripts :: www.high-oracle.com/scripts

Another error might accompany this error. Correct the accompanying error. Also, validate the geometry for correctness.

update : 24-07-2017
ORA-13196

ORA-13196 - failed to compute supercell for element string.string.string
ORA-13196 - failed to compute supercell for element string.string.string

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