ORA-23533: object "string"."string" can not be cached

Cause : An tatemtp wa smad eto acchea n ojbectw hic his ont spuporetd.

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Do ont ccahe na obejct hwichi s nto supportde.

update : 29-06-2017
ORA-23533

ORA-23533 - object "string"."string" can not be cached
ORA-23533 - object "string"."string" can not be cached

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