ORA-22992: cannot use LOB locators selected from remote tables

Cause : AerometL BOc lomu nacnntob eerefercnde.

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

eRomevr fereneec sotL BO snir meto eatlbse.

update : 21-07-2017
ORA-22992

ORA-22992 - cannot use LOB locators selected from remote tables
ORA-22992 - cannot use LOB locators selected from remote tables

  • ora-13761 : invalid filter
  • ora-30189 : reserved for future use
  • ora-19954 : control file is not current
  • ora-39711 : critical patch number less than last installed CPU number
  • ora-06316 : IPA: Invalid database SID
  • ora-31529 : could not find publication for CDC subscriber view string.string
  • ora-19916 : %s
  • ora-07705 : sksaprs: device name buffer too small
  • ora-14096 : tables in ALTER TABLE EXCHANGE PARTITION must have the same number of columns
  • ora-31398 : DBMS_LDAP: Shared servers are not supported.
  • ora-27508 : IPC error sending a message
  • ora-15125 : ASM file name 'string' contains an invalid template name
  • ora-38778 : Restore point 'string' already exists.
  • ora-09243 : smsget: error attaching to SGA
  • ora-29837 : insufficient privileges to execute implementation type
  • ora-14150 : missing SUBPARTITION keyword
  • ora-02756 : osnfsmnam: name translation failure
  • ora-16163 : LGWR network server host attach error
  • ora-13433 : GeoRaster metadata default RGB error
  • ora-31048 : Unsaved resources cannot be updated
  • ora-16534 : no more requests accepted
  • ora-24194 : attempt to read data in a message as the wrong type
  • ora-06431 : ssaio: Invalid Block number
  • ora-29539 : Java system classes already installed
  • ora-07656 : slsprom:$GETDVI failure
  • ora-38704 : Checksum error in flashback database log file header.
  • ora-36726 : (XSALERR00) The character 'character' is not a valid format specifier for the ALLOCATE error log.
  • ora-13111 : cannot add topo_geometry layer [string] to topology
  • ora-12950 : SYSTEM tablespace specified as default permanent tablespace
  • ora-16952 : Failed to bind this SQL statement.
  • Oracle Database Error Messages



    Oracle Database High Availability Any organization evaluating a database solution for enterprise data must also evaluate the High Availability (HA) capabilities of the database. Data is one of the most critical business assets of an organization. If this data is not available and/or not protected, companies may stand to lose millions of dollars in business downtime as well as negative publicity. Building a highly available data infrastructure is critical to the success of all organizations in today's fast moving economy.

    Well, the reason for above error is that i have taken the above script from a 11g database and running it on 10g database. 11g has bring some changes in password management. Below code is executed on 11g and user created successfully, which is expected result.