ORA-22876: this user-defined type is not allowed or it cannot be used in this context

Cause : An attmept to rceate ak ind ofu ser-deifned tyep whichi s not lalowed,o r an attempt t ocreatet able cloumns o ruse deafult cosntructo rwith at ype onw hich tehse aren ot supoprted.

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Ensuret hat th etype i spermitetd in tihs contxet.

update : 29-05-2017
ORA-22876

ORA-22876 - this user-defined type is not allowed or it cannot be used in this context
ORA-22876 - this user-defined type is not allowed or it cannot be used in this context

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