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Encrypted Tablespace Error: ORA-28374: typed master key

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I have recently inherited an database that was previously copied from a system that has since been retired.  The wallet that was used on the previous system was not copied to the new server, I have no way of retrieving, after creating a new wallet I recieved the ORA-28374 error, logically the error is due to keys not matching.  I am trying to create a new encrypted tablespace so the objects can be copied to the new tables.  But when trying to create the tables I get the same error.  Is anyone of a solution for this issue?



SQL> CREATE TABLESPACE ENC_TLGP01_NEW DATAFILE
  2    '/opt/app/TSSIDB02/oradata01/dbf/enc_tlgp01TSSIDB02_01.dbf' SIZE 1024M AUTOEXTEND OFF
  3  LOGGING
  4  ONLINE
  5  PERMANENT
  6  EXTENT MANAGEMENT LOCAL UNIFORM SIZE 256K
  7  BLOCKSIZE 8K
  8  SEGMENT SPACE MANAGEMENT AUTO
  9  FLASHBACK ON
 10  ENCRYPTION
 11  DEFAULT STORAGE(ENCRYPT);
CREATE TABLESPACE ENC_TLGP01_NEW DATAFILE
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ERROR at line 1:
ORA-28374: typed master key not found in wallet
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I've not done much with Oracle encryption but think about what you are asking to do:
I want to copy and encrypted database from one machine to another not having the encryption key.  I then want to force a way of reading the data.

Doesn't seem like it should be possible.  Does it?
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Unfortunately no - but I was trying to avoid the lost of data.
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If it were possible then anyone that steals your data files would be able to un-encrypt them.  

That sort of defeats the purpose of encrypting them to start with.

If there is absolutely no way to ever recover the wallet, if there is a way I think it would be Oracle Support that would know it but I wouldn't put any money on being able to do it given my first statement.
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Contacteded Oracle only wayis to drop the tablespace and recreate new one.
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That's the only thing that would make sense.  Don't forget to close out the question.
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