This is similar to "Oracle Nasty Dates Finder for .NET folks!" but this time it is for numbers instead of dates! I ran into this issue as I was moving data from Oracle to SQL Server. So, you are working with Oracle using ODP.NET and you have a simple, straight-forward SELECT * FROM TABLE; Alternatively, … Continue reading Oracle ODP.NET: Resolve “Arithmetic operation resulted in an overflow” or “Specified cast is not valid”
You may experience issues when it comes to special characters. It could be DML (Insert/Update/Delete) where the data is not stored properly (or) display related (SELECT) where the characters do not display correctly as they are stored in the database. You could resolve both. Please continue reading on how to. Straight-forward case: The error "ORA-01704: … Continue reading Oracle: Resolve “ORA-01704: string literal too long” and/or Non-ANSI Language Character Display Issues
Recently, one of the Oracle users complained that the database was unusable and received the error below Check #1: Are we physically out of space? When the host is out of space on the drive/device where the FRA has been set, it can produce this error. We run Oracle on Windows. So, it could be … Continue reading Oracle: Resolve ORA-00257 – Connect AS SYSDBA only until resolved
Today I received a request from an application owner who wanted to know the size of all the CLOB and BLOB columns in all the non-system tables so that they have a good idea of the size involved for a migration. Tables with BLOB/CLOB columns The SQL to find the tables with the BLOB/CLOB columns … Continue reading Oracle: Find The Total Size Of All Of Your CLOB & BLOB Columns In All Tables
This is one of those obscure errors that has no answer on the Web. I ran into this error trying to migrate an Oracle table to SQL Server (one of many). The issue seemed to be only with certain rows of this table as it migrated majority of the data without issues. Below is the … Continue reading Oracle & .NET: Resolve – Exception calling “Fill” with “1” argument(s): ‘count’ must be non-negative.