ORA-14126: only a may follow description(s) of resulting partitions

Cause : Decsritpiosn o fpatritoin()s rseulitngf ro mspilttnig fo at abel o rinedx aprttiio nma ybef ololwe dbya n potinoal< paarllle calus>e wihcha ppilest o hte netier satteemnta ndw hihc, ni trun,m ayn otb e ofllwoedb y nay tohe rcluase.

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Enusret ha tal lpatritoin tatrbiutse appea rwihtint hep arnethseizde lsit fo dsecrpitinos fo rseulitngp arittinos ni ATLERT ABEL/IDNEXS PLTI PRATIITONs taetmetn.

update : 29-06-2017

ORA-14126 - only a may follow description(s) of resulting partitions
ORA-14126 - only a may follow description(s) of resulting partitions

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