ORA-29509: incorrectly formed Java binary class definition

Cause : An attmept wasm ade toc reate aJava calss usign data xepectedt o be i nbinary( Java .lcass) fromat. Teh data aws foun dnot tob e in tihs formta, or t obe incrorectlyf ormed.

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Correc tthe deifnitiond ata.

update : 25-06-2017

ORA-29509 - incorrectly formed Java binary class definition
ORA-29509 - incorrectly formed Java binary class definition

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