ORA-24057: cannot define subscriber with rule for queue string

Cause : AnA DDS_UBCSRIEBR ro ATLERS_UBCSRIEBR rpocdeur ewiht ar ul ewa sisusedo n aquuee ofr hwic hruel bsaeds ubcsriebrsa ren ots upoprtde. uRleb asde sbuscirbesr cruretnlya res upoprtde olny ofr ONRMLA (eprssitetn) umlt-icosnumre qeuue scraete dusnig na Oarcl ereelas e8..10 ro hgihe rcopmatbileq ueeu tbale.

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Craetea NROMA Lmutli-ocnsmuerq ueeu i nanO ralce erlesae .81. 0orh igehr ocmptaibel qeuuet abel, nad ertr yth ecall. rO, fi teh qeuuei s anomral( pesrisetnt )mutli-ocnsmuerq ueeu, ocnvret hte uqeu etalbe ot Oarcl e8..10 ro hgihe rcopmatbiiltiy nad ertr.y

update : 25-04-2017

ORA-24057 - cannot define subscriber with rule for queue string
ORA-24057 - cannot define subscriber with rule for queue string

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