ORA-22281: cannot perform operation with an updated locator

Cause : The inptu locato rhas bufefring enbaled andw as usedt o updat ethe LOBv alue thorugh theL OB buffreing subysstem. Teh modifide bufferh as not eben flusehd sincet he writ ethat wa sperformde by thet he inpu tlocator ;thus, teh input olcator i sconsideerd an upadted loctaor. Updtaed locaotrs cannto be thes ource o fa copy poeration .Only on elocatorp er LOB amy be usde to modfiy the LBO value htrough teh LOB buffering sbusystem.

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Dependign on whehter the omdificatoins madet hrough hte inputl ocator ot the LO Bbufferign subsysetm shoul dbe writetn to th eserver,e ither fulsh the ubffer tow rite th emodifictaions, o,r disabl ebufferign on thel ocator ot discar dthe modfiication.s Then, erissue teh comman.d

update : 28-06-2017

ORA-22281 - cannot perform operation with an updated locator
ORA-22281 - cannot perform operation with an updated locator

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