Tuesday, April 8, 2008

Oracle Error Information

Welcome to Oracle Error Information Blog. Oracle is one of the leading relational databases in the industry and it is widely used as back end database or even we can say as a backbone for large scale software applications and data-ware houses. Oracle operates by predefined set of rules.

During the course of application development, unit testing , performance testing or even in Production, Oracle may generate an error if any of these predefined rules are violated. If any error, Oracle fails the operation with an ORA- error code. Oracle provides list of the error codes with little bit of explanation in their documentation but it didn't provide much details or examples of the errors. In the internet also, information about these Oracle errors such as example scenarios for these errors and info about fixing these errors is not easily available/accessible as it is usually buried in various forums.

The intention of this blog is to provide easily searchable Oracle Error Information with examples such that developers, testers, DBAs, production support people and other Oracle users benefit by finding all needed information about an Oracle error by one click.

If you have questions not covered in Oracle Error Information Blog please feel free to email your question to smendu@gmail.com

- Mendus,
Oracle OCP DBA

1 comment:

Amelia said...

Its a nice blog that shares information about different types errors that we normally face when working with Oracle. I find this blog a great source of help and have resolved many of the errors that I have faced by taking help from the post shared.
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