ORA-22921: length of input buffer is smaller than amount requested

Cause : The buffer length is not big enough to hold the amount of data requested.

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

Verify that the number of bytes/characters specified in the input amount parameter is not bigger than the number of bytes specified in the input buffer length parameter. Allocate more space for the input buffer if necessary.

update : 24-05-2017
ORA-22921

ORA-22921 - length of input buffer is smaller than amount requested
ORA-22921 - length of input buffer is smaller than amount requested

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