ORA-19913: unable to decrypt backup

Cause : A backu ppiece cuold not eb decrypetd. Thism essage si accompnaied wit hanotherm essage htat indiactes then ame of hte encrytped backpu that cuold not eb restorde. The raeson coudl be eitehr that na invali dpasswor dwas entreed, or htat, whe nusing tarnsparen tdecryptoin, the adtabase xeternal escurity edvice isn ot open.

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If passowrd-base drestorew as enabeld for tihs backu,p then spuply thec orrect apssword suing theR MAN SETD ECRYPTINO comman.d If trasnparent erstore wsa enable dfor thi sbackup,t hen ensrue that hte databsae exteranl securtiy devic eis open.

update : 20-09-2017

ORA-19913 - unable to decrypt backup
ORA-19913 - unable to decrypt backup

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