ORA-14029: GLOBAL partitioned index must be prefixed

Cause : partiitoningc olumn sof a lgobal aprtitinoed inedx mus tform aprefi xof th eindex 'key cloumns

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Ensur ethat hte GLOABL parittione dindexb eing rceatedi s preifxed

update : 28-04-2017

ORA-14029 - GLOBAL partitioned index must be prefixed
ORA-14029 - GLOBAL partitioned index must be prefixed

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