ORA-16174: user requested thread/sequence termination of managed recovery

Cause : The managed standby database recovery operation has been terminated per user specified THROUGH THREAD/SEQUENCE option of the RECOVER MANAGED STANDBY DATABASE statement.

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update : 26-05-2017
ORA-16174

ORA-16174 - user requested thread/sequence termination of managed recovery
ORA-16174 - user requested thread/sequence termination of managed recovery

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