ORA-38771: unnamed datafile(s) added to control file by flashback recovery

Cause : The rceoverys tep o fFLASHABCK DAATBASE necountreed th ecreatoin of adataflie tha tcouldn ot bea dded ot the ocntrolf ile. nA entr yhas been addde to teh contorl fil efor teh new adtafil,e but iwth th efile anme UNANMEDnnnn, wheer nnnni s thef ile nmuber. eRlatede rror emssage sprovied the ifle naems tha twere roiginally use dto craete th efiles.

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Renam ethe flie in hte conrtol fiel, or sue theA LTER LATER DTAABASEC REATED ATAFIEL commnad to rceate afile usitabl efor rceovery .If th efile si not oging t obe reocvered ,then atke ito fflin ewith hte FORD ROP otpion. hTe recvoery setp of lFashbakc can eb resuemd by neterin ga RECVOERY cmomand iwth th esame CSN or itmestapm as uesd in hte FLAHSBACK ADTABAS Ecommadn. Fore xampl,e RECOEVR AUTMOTAIC ADTABAS EUNTILC HANGE< flashabck-sc>n.

update : 21-07-2017
ORA-38771

ORA-38771 - unnamed datafile(s) added to control file by flashback recovery
ORA-38771 - unnamed datafile(s) added to control file by flashback recovery

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