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Science at NanoMAX
  • ray beamline instrumenation
  • nanostructure interaction
  • imaging modes
  • knowledge of synchrotron instrumentation
  • nanomax
  • corrosion by direct measuremnets
  • composition inside complex samples
  • life science
  • life-science

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O R A C L E ® E S S B A S E
R E L E A S E 1 1 . 1 . 2
E R R O R M E S S A G E R E F E R E N C EEssbase Error Message Reference, 11.1.2
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loss, costs, or damages incurred due to your access to or use of third-party content, products, or services.Contents
Documentation Accessibility ........................................................... 5
Chapter 1. Understanding Essbase Error Messages ........................................... 7
Chapter 2. 1002122 to 1270527: Aggregate Storage Messages ................................. 11
Chapter 3. 1003000 to 1003048: Data Load Messages ....................................... 19
Chapter 4. 1006002 to 1006057: Data Cache Messages ...................................... 31
Chapter 5. 1008001 to 1008152: System Call Messages 37
Chapter 6. 1012000 to 1012750: Calculation Messages 51
Chapter 7. 1013000 to 1013999: Requestor Messages 73
Chapter 8. 1014004 to 1014043: Lock Manager Messages .................................... 75
Chapter 9. 1019002 to 1019056: Database Object Messages ................................... 79
Chapter 10. 1040002 to 1042025: Network Messages ........................................ 91
Chapter 11. 1051002 to 1055041: Agent Messages 101
Chapter 12. 1120000 to 1120002: C Grid API Messages ..................................... 119
Chapter 13. 1130203 to 1130613: Miscellaneous Messages .................................. 121
Appendix A. Referenced Procedures .................................................... 123
Setting Environment Variables ........................................... 123
Checking for Database Corruption ........................................ 124
Fixing Database Corruption ............................................ 124
Replacing Database Files with Backups ..................................... 125
Checking the User Limit Profile .......................................... 125
Setting NETDELAY and NETRETRYCOUNT ............................... 125
Ending the Server Task ................................................ 126
Unlocking Objects ................................................... 126
Contents iiiDetermining Operating System Privileges ................................... 126
Index ......................................................................... 129
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56 Documentation AccessibilityUnderstanding Essbase Error
Messages1
This document describes common Oracle Essbase error messages and informational messages,
including possible causes and possible solutions for the errors. This reference does not document
every error message that you may encounter.
See also the Oracle Essbase Database Administrator's Guide and the Oracle Essbase Technical
Reference.
Table 1 provides error message categories for each error number range that is shown in the first
column. When you receive an error message, use this table to identify the Essbase component
to which the error is related. .
Table 1 Error Message Categories
Error Message Number Range Component That Generated the Error
1001000-1001999 Report Writer
1002000-1002999 General server
1003000-1003999 Data load
1004000-1004999 General server
1005000-1005999 Backup, export, or validate
1006000-1006999 Data cache
1007000-1007999 Outline restructure
1008000-1008999 System calls, portable layer, ASD, or Agent
1009000-1009999 Restoring ASCII data
1010000-1010999 Internal (block numbering)
1011000-1011999 Internal (utilities)
1012000-1012999 Calculator
1013000-1013999 Requestor
1014000-1014999 Lock manager
1015000-1015999 Alias table
1016000-1016999 Report Writer
7Error Message Number Range Component That Generated the Error
1017000-1017999 Currency
1018000-1018999 Not currently used
1019000-1019999 Database artifacts
1020000-102999 Spreadsheet extractor
1021000-1021999 SQL Interface
1022000-1022999 Security
1023000-1023999 Partitioning
1024000-1024999 Query Extractor
1030000-1030999 API
1040000-1040999 General network
1041000-1041999 Network—Named Pipes
1042000-1042999 Network—TCP
1043000-1049999 Not currently used
1050000-1055999 Agent
1056000-1059999 Not currently used
1060000-1060999 Outline API
106100-1069999 Not currently used
1070000-1070999 Index manager
1071000-1079999 Not currently used
1080000-1080099 Transaction manager
1081000-1089999 Not currently used
1090000-1099999 Rules file processing
1010000-1019999 Not currently used
1100000-1100999
1110000-1119999 Oracle's Hyperion® Web Analysis
1120000-1129999 Grid API
1130000-1139999 Miscellaneous
1140000-1149999 Linked Reporting Objects (LRO)
8 Understanding Essbase Error MessagesError Message Number Range Component That Generated the Error
1150000-1159999 Outline synchronization
1160000-1169999 Outline change records
1170000-1179999 Attributes
1180000-1189999 Showcase
1190000-1199999 Oracle Essbase Integration Services
1200000-1200999 Calculator framework
910 Understanding Essbase Error Messages