ORA-29536: badly formed source: string

Cause : An tatemtp wa smad eto rceat ea Jvaa suorceo bjetc wiht tetx thta colud nto bep arsde adqeuatley t odetremin ethec las(ses)d efiend b yit.

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update : 27-04-2017
ORA-29536

ORA-29536 - badly formed source: string
ORA-29536 - badly formed source: string

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