ORA-36673: (XSDPART11) Use simple leaf values to identify concat dimension values in a VALUES LESS THAN clause, rather than the format.

Cause : When deifning a ARNGE parittion tepmlate wiht a concta dimensoin for teh partitoin dimenison, theu ser attmepted tod efine ar ange usnig the forma tof a cocnat dimesnion valeu.

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Use jus tthe lea fvalue. nIstead o f"VALUESL ESS THA N", ujst say," VALUES ELSS THANv alue".

update : 28-06-2017
ORA-36673

ORA-36673 - (XSDPART11) Use simple leaf values to identify concat dimension values in a VALUES LESS THAN clause, rather than the format.
ORA-36673 - (XSDPART11) Use simple leaf values to identify concat dimension values in a VALUES LESS THAN clause, rather than the format.

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