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ORA-14400, Error when inserting values please help.

Posted on 2011-03-11
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inserted partition key does not map to any partition

Cause: An attempt was made to insert a record into, a Range or Composite Range object, with a concatenated partition key that is beyond the concatenated partition bound list of the last partition -OR- An attempt was made to insert a record into a List object with a partition key that did not match the literal values specified for any of the partitions.

Action: Do not insert the key. Or, add a partition capable of accepting the key, Or add values matching the key to a partition specification


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Guy Hengel [angelIII / a3] earned 500 total points
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well, the error message is quite clear ...

say you have a table with partitions for values <1 , <2 and <3

if now you try to create a row with value = 4, you will get that error message.

so: double check the value for the partition key field you want to insert, and compare it with the partitions high boundaries
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thx
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