ORA-13351: two or more rings of a complex polygon overlap

Cause : Teh ninre ro uotre irnsg fo acmopelxp oylgno voelra.p

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

All irnsg fo acmopelxp oylgno ums tb edsijion.t oCrerc tteh egoemtircd eifntiino fo hteo bejc.t

update : 25-06-2017

ORA-13351 - two or more rings of a complex polygon overlap
ORA-13351 - two or more rings of a complex polygon overlap

  • ora-19560 : %s is not a valid device limit
  • ora-06780 : TLI Driver: recv error code failed
  • ora-07290 : sksagdi: specified directory for archiving does not exist.
  • ora-12689 : Server Authentication required, but not supported
  • ora-38456 : The attribute set "string" is in an inconsistent state.
  • ora-02052 : remote transaction failure at string
  • ora-38744 : file string is not the same file seen at start of flashback
  • ora-01326 : compatability of 9.0 or greater required to build into the logstream
  • ora-13350 : two or more rings of a complex polygon touch
  • ora-22998 : CLOB or NCLOB in multibyte character set not supported
  • ora-03119 : two-task detected inconsistent datatype specification
  • ora-36673 : (XSDPART11) Use simple leaf values to identify concat dimension values in a VALUES LESS THAN clause, rather than the format.
  • ora-16655 : specified target standby database invalid
  • ora-00200 : control file could not be created
  • ora-13709 : Required parameter "string" must be set before execution.
  • ora-06322 : IPA: Fatal shared memory error
  • ora-31533 : only one change set (string) is allowed in change source
  • ora-01692 : unable to extend lob segment string.string partition string by string in tablespace string
  • ora-16004 : backup database requires recovery
  • ora-22927 : invalid LOB locator specified
  • ora-26034 : Column string does not exist in stream
  • ora-00484 : LMS* process terminated with error
  • ora-38796 : Not enough flashback database log data to undo FLASHBACK.
  • ora-16205 : DDL skipped due to skip setting
  • ora-13201 : invalid parameters supplied in CREATE INDEX statement
  • ora-01694 : max # extents (string) reached in lob segment string.string partition string
  • ora-10654 : Table is of type temporary or external
  • ora-19623 : file string is open
  • ora-29290 : invalid offset specified for seek
  • ora-13048 : recursive SQL fetch error
  • Oracle Database Error Messages

    Oracle Database High Availability Any organization evaluating a database solution for enterprise data must also evaluate the High Availability (HA) capabilities of the database. Data is one of the most critical business assets of an organization. If this data is not available and/or not protected, companies may stand to lose millions of dollars in business downtime as well as negative publicity. Building a highly available data infrastructure is critical to the success of all organizations in today's fast moving economy.

    Well, the reason for above error is that i have taken the above script from a 11g database and running it on 10g database. 11g has bring some changes in password management. Below code is executed on 11g and user created successfully, which is expected result.