ORA-25292: Buffer operations are not supported on the queue

Cause : Buffer operations are not supported on the specified queue type

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

Buffered operations are only supported on to 8.1 style queues, which do not have transaction grouping.

update : 21-08-2017

ORA-25292 - Buffer operations are not supported on the queue
ORA-25292 - Buffer operations are not supported on the queue

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