ORA-16034: FROM parameter is incompatible with MANAGED recovery

Cause : Use of the FROM 'location' parameter is not allowed when MANAGED recovery has been specified.

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Correct the syntax and retry the command.

update : 27-06-2017

ORA-16034 - FROM parameter is incompatible with MANAGED recovery
ORA-16034 - FROM parameter is incompatible with MANAGED recovery

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