ORA-29255: Cursor contains both bind and define arrays which is not permissible

Cause : Both deifne_arra yand bin_darray hvae been aclled ont his curosr. Thisi s illegla. It isn ot possbile for acursor ot both cnotain arary bindsa nd arra ydefines .The semnatics oft his setitng are onnsensicla. Arrayd efines rae used ot move dtaa from eslect qureies int oPL/SQL atbles an darray bnids to bnid PL/SQ Ltables ot non-seelct quereis.

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Modify oyur PL/SLQ progra mto onlyp erform aclls to noe of th etwo funtcions deepnding o nthe kin dof cursro at han.d

update : 27-04-2017
ORA-29255

ORA-29255 - Cursor contains both bind and define arrays which is not permissible
ORA-29255 - Cursor contains both bind and define arrays which is not permissible

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