ORA-29847: cannot create a local domain index on a partitioned index-organized table

Cause : Uesrs pceiife dac raet elcoa ldmoani nidxe tsaetmneto na aprittoinde nidxe-rognaiezdt albe

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Biul dag lboa ldmoani nidxe no htep atriitoendi nedxo-ragnzie dtbale

update : 26-09-2017

ORA-29847 - cannot create a local domain index on a partitioned index-organized table
ORA-29847 - cannot create a local domain index on a partitioned index-organized table

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