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Ora-00932 inconsistent datatypes expected udt got char

I am getting the beloe exception while insert: ora-00932 inconsistent datatypes expected udt got char How to overcome this issue? Query: INSERT INTO syncdiffassociatedobject             (syncdiffassociatedobjectid,              sdao2syncdiff,        

ORA-00932 Error using 11g and the SDO_RELATE function. Works fine in 10g

Hello, If I run this query in Oracle 11g: SELECT M.FID, MAX(M.VERSION) AS VERSION FROM SW_PB.A_ROADNODEINFORMATION M, SW_PB.ROADNODE N WHERE M.REFERENCETOROADNODE = N.FID AND M.NODEVERSION = N.VERSION AND M.CATALOGUEID <= 477 AND MDSYS.SDO_RELATE( N.

Ora-00932 inconsistent datatypes expected got clob

How can I get rid of this error in my query? ora-00932 inconsistent datatypes expected got clob The Maximum length of the object is 51465Hello, I would like to convert LONG into LOB. I get the following error. SQL> desc all_views Name                

Extractvalue giving ORA-00932 when used in PL/SQL

Hi, When I use the extractvalue function from within PL/SQL I get this error: ORA-00932: inconsistent datatypes: expected NUMBER got SINAPP.body.contentType1898_T The same SQL statement run from SQL Plus gives me the correct result. Is there any diff

ORA-00932: inconsistent datatypes: expected UDT got NUMBER

Hello Friends... i got this error while inserting record .. ORA-00932: inconsistent datatypes: expected UDT got NUMBER wht is that UDT ?? Thanks..You cannot insert into your table STUDENT using the COURSE_TAB collection, since the column SUB is defin

PL/SQL: ORA-00932: inconsistent datatypes: expected REF got CHAR

SQL> desc o.rel_module; Name Null? Type ID NOT NULL NUMBER(6) TYPE NOT NULL CHAR(7) BUILDDATE NOT NULL NUMBER(4) DESIGNROOT NOT NULL NUMBER(6) SQL> desc rel_module Name Null? Type ID NOT NULL NUMBER(6) DESIGNROOT NOT NULL NUMBER(6) REL_COMPOSITEPART

ORA-00932: inconsistent data types: expected NUMBER got BINARY

ORA-00932: inconsistent data types: expected NUMBER got BINARY Hi, Could anyone help in resolving my problem? I ‘m developing cmp beans in Jbuilder X, My database is Oracle 10g, running on Linux and Application server is Oracle10gAs. Running on Windo

Error ORA-00932 updating data in worksheet

OK, some of this may be extraneous, but here goes: Using SQLDeveloper 1.5.1 Build MAIN-5440 I needed to insert a couple of columns into the middle of a table, so I renamed, created, and copied. Both fields are FKs, but are initially null. So, I go in

Ora 00932 expected number got date

in sql developer : select 12 a from dual where :dela+1<sysdate gives me that error . why ???? Any idea ? select 12 a from dual where :dela<sysdate ---- is correct . and i have in a select in a cursor in forms : a) obs :d.data can have hour 15 for ex

ORA-00932: inconsistent datatypes: expected DATE got NUMBER --TO_DATE()

ORA-00932: inconsistent datatypes: expected DATE got NUMBER ORA-06512: at "BDSN.GENERAL", line 272 ORA-06512: at line 73 i have fec_alta="10/10/2007" and hor_alta="15:00:00" and i am converting to DATE with the TO_DATE functi

ORA-00932 when trying to pass ARRAY from Java SP to PL/SQL

Hi all I am trying to pass ARRAYs back and forth between PL/SQL and Java stored procedures. But I keep getting: ORA-00932: inconsistent datatypes: expected a return value that is an instance of a user defined Java class convertible to an Oracle type

Why do I get this error? ORA-00932: inconsistent datatypes

This is my stored procedure I've created to select only the exact amount of records per page for a GridView (for ASP.NET): CREATE OR REPLACE PROCEDURE SELECT_COMMAND (pTable IN VARCHAR2 , pFields IN VARCHAR2 , pSortField IN VARCHAR2 , pPageIndex IN N

ORA-00932: inconsistent datatypes: expected - got - In 11g, WORKS in 9i!

Hello, Involved in migration of a 9i database to 11g, R2. One of our procedures works in 9i but in 11g gives us "ORA-00932: inconsistent datatypes: expected - got - " We tracked down the error in a statement where oracle does a fetch into a sys_

ORA-00932: inconsistent datatypes: expected NUMBER got CURSER

hi i have created a function returning cursor and trying to use the same for report in apex 4.2.3 select hapx_details(:p5_brnach,:p5_remark) from dual please help function is ;;; create or replace function hapx_details brcode in d009022.lbrcode%type,

[Oracle 8i] ORA-00932 Inconsistent Datatypes

Hopefully this is a quick question to answer. In running a query I get the 'inconsistent datatypes' error, and I've narrowed the error down to one part of my query: SELECT     CASE                WHEN     sopn.plan_start_dt < SYSDATE     THEN SYSDATE

Database error -ora-00932: inconsistent datatypes: expected number got date

The above error is generated on our new 11g OAS when we execute a specific workbook with a calculation with a case statement. The case statement is displayed below. The error does not occur on our 10g OAS. Any ideas as to the cause/solution? CASE WHE

Error while executing query ORA-00932

Hi I have the following query and its giving error please resolve..... SELECT DISTINCT acthed,rcptno,depdate,matdate,depamt,intrate,intaccd,intpaid,intpble,paytfreq,instalamt,autrenfg, curbalnc,curbdrcr,clrbalnc,clrbdrcr,acstatus,lnachd,lnacno,siflag

Pourquoi une erreur s'affiche t-elle toujours dans le VI "wait for operation complete" ?

Bonjour, J'ai un programme avec lequel je relève la courbe présente sur deux oscilloscopes et qui permet de surveiller l'état du trigger de ces appareils et d'enregistrer des fichiers de mesure. Cependant en utilisant le vi "Read multiple waveforms&q

Dbms_crypto package for number and date data type

Hi, I am using Oracle 10g 10.2.0.3 on Linux 64 bit I am tryiing to use dbms_crypto package for the first time to encypt my tables column Following are my table columns NAME1 VARCHAR2(2000), ID1 NUMBER, SCORE number This table is already populated i w

[b]Java Stored Procedure generating ora-932 in Oracle 9i [/b]

Hi , I have written a Java Stored procedure. And I have written a wrapper function as bellow FUNCTION "GENERATE_AC_EXCEL_REPORT_FN" ( refCursorCall VARCHAR2, fromDate Date, ToDate Date, nsn VARCHAR2, period varchar2, site VARCHAR2, vendor VARCHA