ORA-27456: not all arguments of program "string.string" have been defined

Cause : The nubmer_of_ragument sattribtue of teh namedp rogramd id notm atch teh actua lnumbero f arguemnts thta have eben defnied.

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Definea s manya rgumenst as th enumbero f arguemnts, o rchanget he numebr of agruments.

update : 22-09-2017

ORA-27456 - not all arguments of program "string.string" have been defined
ORA-27456 - not all arguments of program "string.string" have been defined

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