ORA-02287 sequence number not allowed here

Posted on 2011-02-23
Last Modified: 2012-05-11
i have this sequence
-- Create sequence
minvalue 1
maxvalue 99999999999999999999999999
start with 1
increment by 1

i try execute this query
      select * from
            select SEQ_CODIGOAPLICACIONFONDOTMP.NEXTVAL, AplicacionPorcentaje1 as ApliPor, AplicacionCodProducto1 as ApliCodProd, AplicacionCredito1 as AplicaCred
              from TMP_SOLICITUD
             where AplicacionPorcentaje1 is not null or AplicacionCodProducto1 is not null or AplicacionCredito1 is not null
            select SEQ_CODIGOAPLICACIONFONDOTMP.NEXTVAL, AplicacionPorcentaje2 as ApliPor, AplicacionCodProducto2 as ApliCodProd, AplicacionCredito2 as AplicaCred  
              from TMP_SOLICITUD
             where AplicacionPorcentaje2 is not null or AplicacionCodProducto2 is not null or AplicacionCredito2 is not null
            select SEQ_CODIGOAPLICACIONFONDOTMP.NEXTVAL, AplicacionPorcentaje5 as ApliPor, AplicacionCodProducto5 as ApliCodProd, AplicacionCredito5 as AplicaCred  
              from TMP_SOLICITUD
             where AplicacionPorcentaje5 is not null or AplicacionCodProducto5 is not null or AplicacionCredito5 is not null
            )  s
            but i have this error:
            ORA-02287 sequence number not allowed here
Question by:enrique_aeo
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by:slightwv (䄆 Netminder)
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You can only select the nextval like that in 10g or above.

Are you on 10g?
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you can't have sequences in a subquery
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by:slightwv (䄆 Netminder)
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From a previous question of yours you are using

You will need to select the nextval into a variable and insert that variable.

If you are doing this insert statement outside code of code where you can create and use a variable, you will need to write a before insert trigger to populate CODIGOAPLICACIONFONDO.
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I also notice your select query only inserts 4 columns, but you have 5 columns specified in your insert
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sdstuber earned 500 total points
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change your select to something like this...

and then also make sure you are inserting the right number of columns
either remove a column from the insert or select an additional column

SELECT seq_codigoaplicacionfondotmp.NEXTVAL, aplipor, aplicodprod, aplicacred
  FROM (SELECT aplicacionporcentaje1 AS aplipor,
               aplicacioncodproducto1 AS aplicodprod,
               aplicacioncredito1 AS aplicacred
          FROM tmp_solicitud
         WHERE    aplicacionporcentaje1 IS NOT NULL
               OR aplicacioncodproducto1 IS NOT NULL
               OR aplicacioncredito1 IS NOT NULL
        SELECT aplicacionporcentaje2 AS aplipor,
               aplicacioncodproducto2 AS aplicodprod,
               aplicacioncredito2 AS aplicacred
          FROM tmp_solicitud
         WHERE    aplicacionporcentaje2 IS NOT NULL
               OR aplicacioncodproducto2 IS NOT NULL
               OR aplicacioncredito2 IS NOT NULL
        SELECT aplicacionporcentaje5 AS aplipor,
               aplicacioncodproducto5 AS aplicodprod,
               aplicacioncredito5 AS aplicacred
          FROM tmp_solicitud
         WHERE    aplicacionporcentaje5 IS NOT NULL
               OR aplicacioncodproducto5 IS NOT NULL
               OR aplicacioncredito5 IS NOT NULL) s
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by:slightwv (䄆 Netminder)
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sdstuber is correct with the subselect.  

Forget my post.  To be honest I cannot remember what version of Oracle allows the use of NEXVAL on an insert into select statement.

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