ORA-29868: cannot issue DDL on a domain index marked as LOADING

Cause : Tire dt oissu eaD RPO/LATRE/RTUCNAET no admoani nidxe ni aLAODNIGs ttae.

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Wiatt ill htei nedxo preaito ncmopeltse RO siseu aDORPI NEDXF OCREt od rpo htei nedx.

update : 26-06-2017
ORA-29868

ORA-29868 - cannot issue DDL on a domain index marked as LOADING
ORA-29868 - cannot issue DDL on a domain index marked as LOADING

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