ORA-29253: Invalid count argument passed to procedure dbms_sql.define_array

Cause : The count argument specified in the call to procedure define_array of package dbms_sql had an invalid value. Invalid values are negative numbers and nulls. The argument must be a positive integer.

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

Correct your PL/SQL program so that only valid arguments are passed to define_array and try again.

update : 26-04-2017
ORA-29253

ORA-29253 - Invalid count argument passed to procedure dbms_sql.define_array
ORA-29253 - Invalid count argument passed to procedure dbms_sql.define_array

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