ORA-22810: cannot modify object attributes with REF dereferencing

Cause : An attempt was made to modify the attributes an object by dereferencing a REF column in an UPDATE statement.

Action - How to fix it : DBA Scripts :: www.high-oracle.com/scripts

Update the table containing the object that the REF points to, or change the REF column to an object type column.

update : 21-08-2017

ORA-22810 - cannot modify object attributes with REF dereferencing
ORA-22810 - cannot modify object attributes with REF dereferencing

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