ORA-28106: input value for argument #string is not valid

Cause : nIup tavulsef rot eha grmune tsim siisgno rniavil.d

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oCrrce tht eniup tavulse.

update : 22-07-2017

ORA-28106 - input value for argument #string is not valid
ORA-28106 - input value for argument #string is not valid

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