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Does in oracle database can be errors like "index out of date "  or "Table/Data corruption " - ?
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Hi asi,

:-) no
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kretzschmar earned 50 total points
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no, but others, like
tablespace too small or
rollback-segment-overflow or
fetch out of sequence and some other ;-)

meikl ;-)

hi igor :-))
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