ORA-06512: at "MDSYS.SDO_INDEX_METHOD_10I", line 391

hi all,
while doing shortest route analysis we are getting
ORA-06512: at "MDSYS.SDO_INDEX_METHOD_10I", line 391
error in mapviewer log.
how to resolve this?

Hello Daniel,
I have the data you asked for (sorry for being so late)
03/03/01 13:07:50 INFO [oracle.sdovis.theme.ntd] [Network Metadata Query] select
* from user_sdo_network_metadata where network = 'TRY'
03/03/01 13:08:37 INFO [oracle.sdovis.theme.ntd] [Network Metadata Query] select
* from user_sdo_network_metadata where network = 'TRY'
03/03/01 13:08:37 ERROR [oracle.sdovis.theme.ntp] ORA-29902: error in executing
ODCIIndexStart() routine
ORA-13208: internal error while evaluating [window SRID does not match layer SR
ID] operator
ORA-06512: at "MDSYS.SDO_INDEX_METHOD_10I", line 391
ORA-06512: at line 1
Thanx in advance
Jaydeep

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                             DBMS_OUTPUT.PUT_LINE('DUE TO ERROR DATA COULDN''T GET TRANSFERED TO SPG FOR TRANSACTION'||' '||PTRANSACTION_ID);
                             DBMS_OUTPUT.PUT_LINE(SQLERRM);
              ELSIF pdata_transfer_status='F' THEN
                             PDATA_TRANSFER_STATUS     :=     'S';
                             DBMS_OUTPUT.PUT_LINE('DUE TO ERROR DATA COULDN''T GET TRANSFERED TO SPG FOR TRANSACTION'||' '||PTRANSACTION_ID);
                             DBMS_OUTPUT.PUT_LINE(SQLERRM);
    ELSE
                             DBMS_OUTPUT.PUT_LINE('Failure WHEN sending data TO Error LOG. Data Transfer Status IS ' || PDATA_TRANSFER_STATUS || '. TRANSACTION ID '|| PTRANSACTION_ID);
              END IF;
    END IF;
              --Now update all the information gathered above to the table
         UPDATE SPG_INTERFACE_TABLE
              SET     response          =     P_RESPONSE,
              data_transfer_status     =     PDATA_TRANSFER_STATUS,
              oracle_error               =     PORACLE_ERROR,
              oracle_error_message     =     PORACLE_ERROR_MESSAGE,
              response_time               =     PRESPONSE_TIME
              WHERE transaction_id     =     PTRANSACTION_ID;
              COMMIT;
    END;
    /

    I have fixed the problem by own.
    Seems there are some while space in the endpoint url.
    Fix
    http_req:= utl_http.begin_request
    trim(l_endpoint_url)
    ,'POST'
    ,'HTTP/1.1'
    It works...
    Regards
    BS

  • Invoice Validation Error ORA-06512: at "APPS.AP_APPROVAL_PKG", line 111124

    All,
    I am getting below error message from log file after Invoice Validation program error out, please advise.
    I could not search on "ORA-06512: at "APPS.AP_APPROVAL_PKG", line 11124" search, but found other errors and able to see we are very much higher file version than the note id advised.
    Please help any one for this issue.
    Payables: Version : 12.0.0
    Copyright (c) 1979, 1999, Oracle Corporation. All rights reserved.
    APPRVL module: Invoice Validation
    Current system time is 01-MAR-2013 03:40:12
    +-----------------------------
    | Starting concurrent program execution...
    +-----------------------------
    Arguments
    p_option='All'
    p_inv_start_date='2013/02/01 00:00:00'
    p_inv_end_date='2013/02/28 00:00:00'
    p_trace_flag='N'
    p_commit_size='1000'
    APPLLCSP Environment Variable set to :
    Current NLS_LANG and NLS_NUMERIC_CHARACTERS Environment Variables are :
    American_America.AL32UTF8
    Enter Password:
    MSG-00101: Error occured in BATCH_APPROVAL()
    MSG-00102: Error Code : -20001
    MSG-00103: Error Message : ORA-20001:
    ORA-06512: at "APPS.APP_EXCEPTION", line 72
    ORA-06512: at "APPS.AP_APPROVAL_PKG", line 11124
    MSG-00000: When Others:User-Defined Exception
    REP-1419: 'beforereport': PL/SQL program aborted.
    REP-0069: Internal error
    REP-57054: In-process job terminated:Terminated with error:
    REP-1419: MSG-00101: Error occured in BATCH_APPROVAL()
    MSG-00102: Error Code : -20001
    MSG-00103: Error Message : ORA-20001:
    ORA-06512: at "APPS.APP_EXCEPTION", line 72
    ORA-06512: at "APPS.AP_APPROVAL_PKG", line 11124
    MSG-00000: When Others:User-Defined Exception
    REP-1419: 'beforereport': PL/SQL program aborted.
    Report Builder: Release 10.1.2.3.0 - Production on Fri Mar 1 03:40:15 2013
    Copyright (c) 1982, 2005, Oracle. All rights reserved.
    Start of log messages from FND_FILE
    End of log messages from FND_FILE
    Program exited with status 1
    Concurrent Manager encountered an error while running Oracle*Report for your concurrent request 42770000.
    Review your concurrent request log and/or report output file for more detailed information.
    Executing request completion options...
    Finished executing request completion options.
    Concurrent request completed
    Current system time is 01-MAR-2013 04:06:57
    ---------------------------------------------------------------------------

    Please post the details of the application release, database version and OS.
    Please also see these docs.
    Invoice Validation (APPRVL) Errors Out With ORA-20001: APP-SQLAP-10000: ORA-00060 [ID 1460249.1]
    R12: Invoice Validation Is Failing When Running With Parameter 'ALL' [ID 1115016.1
    R12 Payables Invoice Validation Error: Unexpected error occurred during Tax Calculation. [ID 961182.1
    Ap Invoice Validation Errors: P-1419: Msg-00101: Error Occured In Batch_approval [ID 1140828.1]
    Invoice Validation Error : REP-1419:ERROR OCCURED IN BATCH_APPROVAL() [ID 1120213.1]
    R12: Validate Invoice Errors APP-SQLAP-10000, ORA-01403 and ORA-20001 [ID 1308869.1]
    Thanks,
    Hussein

  • ERROR at line 1: ORA-29855: error occurred in the execution of ODCIINDEXCREATE routine ORA-20000: Oracle Text error: DRG-10700: preference does not exist: global_lexer ORA-06512: at "CTXSYS.DRUE", line 160 ORA-06512: at "CTXSYS.TEXTINDEXMETHODS", line 366

    database version 11.2.0.4
    rac two node
    CREATE INDEX MAXIMO.ACTCI_NDX3 ON MAXIMO.ACTCI
    (DESCRIPTION)
    INDEXTYPE IS CTXSYS.CONTEXT
    PARAMETERS('lexer global_lexer language column LANGCODE')
    ERROR at line 1:
    ORA-29855: error occurred in the execution of ODCIINDEXCREATE routine
    ORA-20000: Oracle Text error:
    DRG-10700: preference does not exist: global_lexer
    ORA-06512: at "CTXSYS.DRUE", line 160
    ORA-06512: at "CTXSYS.TEXTINDEXMETHODS", line 366

    Like the error message says, you don't have a global_lexer.  So, you need to create a global_lexer and that lexer must have at least a default sub_lexer, then you can use that global_lexer in your index parameters.  Please see the demonstration below, including reproduction of the error and solution.
    [email protected]> -- reproduction of problem:
    [email protected]> CREATE TABLE actci
      2    (description  VARCHAR2(60),
      3      langcode     VARCHAR2(30))
      4  /
    Table created.
    [email protected]> CREATE INDEX ACTCI_NDX3 ON ACTCI (DESCRIPTION)
      2  INDEXTYPE IS CTXSYS.CONTEXT
      3  PARAMETERS('lexer global_lexer language column LANGCODE')
      4  /
    CREATE INDEX ACTCI_NDX3 ON ACTCI (DESCRIPTION)
    ERROR at line 1:
    ORA-29855: error occurred in the execution of ODCIINDEXCREATE routine
    ORA-20000: Oracle Text error:
    DRG-10700: preference does not exist: global_lexer
    ORA-06512: at "CTXSYS.DRUE", line 160
    ORA-06512: at "CTXSYS.TEXTINDEXMETHODS", line 366
    [email protected]> -- solution:
    [email protected]> DROP INDEX actci_ndx3
      2  /
    Index dropped.
    [email protected]> BEGIN
      2    CTX_DDL.CREATE_PREFERENCE ('global_lexer', 'multi_lexer');
      3    CTX_DDL.CREATE_PREFERENCE ('english_lexer', 'basic_lexer');
      4    CTX_DDL.ADD_SUB_LEXER ('global_lexer', 'default', 'english_lexer');
      5  END;
      6  /
    PL/SQL procedure successfully completed.
    [email protected]> CREATE INDEX ACTCI_NDX3 ON ACTCI (DESCRIPTION)
      2  INDEXTYPE IS CTXSYS.CONTEXT
      3  PARAMETERS('lexer global_lexer language column LANGCODE')
      4  /
    Index created.

  • Getting ORA-06512: at "APPS.FND_MSG_PUB", line 279 error in Oracle Sourcing

    Hi,
    We have recently applied Sourcing Rollup 2 J patch in our instance. After this, when the users change their timezone, the system behaves weirdly. The Server timezone and Client timezone are set to Dubai timezone (GMT+4) at site level. If the user is using this timezone, there is no issues. But when the user changes the timezone to something else (anything > GMT+4 or anything < GMT+4), he cannot publish auctions. He is getting error like:
    oracle.apps.fnd.framework.OAException: java.sql.SQLException: ORA-06502: PL/SQL: numeric or value error: character string buffer too small
    ORA-06512: at "APPS.FND_MSG_PUB", line 279
    ORA-06512: at "APPS.HZ_TIMEZONE_PUB", line 877
    ORA-06502: PL/SQL: numeric or value error: character string buffer too small
    ORA-06512: at "APPS.FND_MSG_PUB", line 279
    ORA-06512: at "APPS.HZ_TIMEZONE_PUB", line 1088
    ORA-06502: PL/SQL: numeric or value error: character string buffer too small
    ORA-06512: at "APPS.PON_OEX_TIMEZONE_PKG", line 41
    ORA-06512: at "APPS.PON_AUCTION_PKG", line 1052
    ORA-06512: at line 1
    We feel like this is some issues with the system. Some times, this works, sometimes different kind of errors are seen. When user is trying to log in, another error like the following is seen:
    oracle.apps.fnd.framework.OAException: Application: FND, Message Name: SQL_PLSQL_ERROR. Tokens: ROUTINE = AppsConnectionManager.appsInitialize(int,int,int,int,Connection):-1,-1,-1,0,[email protected]; REASON = java.sql.SQLException: ORA-20001: Oracle error -6502: ORA-06502: PL/SQL: numeric or value error: character string buffer too small
    has been detected in FND_GLOBAL.INITIALIZE.
    ORA-06512: at "APPS.APP_EXCEPTION", line 70
    ORA-06512: at "APPS.FND_GLOBAL", line 64
    ORA-06512: at "APPS.FND_GLOBAL", line 1028
    ORA-06512: at "APPS.FND_GLOBAL", line 541
    ORA-06512: at line 1
    When we bounced server, this error went away. But the first error still persists. What could be the reason for this?
    Regards,
    Arun

    I traced through the packages. Here is the result:
    1. PON_AUCTION_PKG line 1052;
    x_newstarttime := PON_OEX_TIMEZONE_PKG.CONVERT_TIME(p_open_bidding_date,x_oex_timezone,x_timezone);
    'x_oex_timezone' is the 'Server Timezone' profile value at site level. 'x_timezone' is the user's timezone. If the user's timezone is not a valid zone (checking done in PON_OEX_TIMEZONE_PKG.VALID_ZONE procedure), this param is assigned the value of 'x_oex_timezone'.
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    FND_MSG_PUB.Count_And_Get(
    p_encoded => FND_API.G_FALSE,
    p_count => x_msg_count,
    p_data => x_msg_data);
    4. Next error from FND_MSG_PUB is from line 279. This is within the procedure FND_MSG_PUB.Count_And_Get, when executing the following statement:
    p_data := Get ( p_msg_index => G_FIRST ,
    p_encoded => p_encoded );
    5. The 'GET' procedure, sets the value from global table 'G_msg_tbl( G_msg_index ).encoded_message ' to the p_data variable, and here is a potential slippage. The global variable can hold a value of upto 2000 characters. But the p_data is originally defined to be of size VARCHAR2(100). I think this can cause the issue. I am not sure what is the message getting assigned to the global variable here.
    Could this be the problem? Inside the code, some assignments to fnd_mesage are done. But some of those messages are not present in our database (fnd_new_messages). Any clue on this would be greatly helpful.
    Thanks,
    Arun

  • ORA-00936 ORA-06512: at "WKSYS.WK_QRY", line 1007 performing search

    Hi,
    I installed a 10g under WinXP, and started
    searchctl start
    after configuring Ultra Search. I craeated a file source and the crawler indexed the source successfully.
    Performing a query in search page of ultra search I get the message
    java.sql.SQLException: ORA-20000: Oracle Ultra Search
    ORA-00936: missing expression
    ORA-06512: at "WKSYS.WK_ERR", line 179
    ORA-06512: at "WKSYS.WK_QRY", line 1007
    ORA-06512: at line 1
    .......(Huge JAVA Exception)
    I traced the DB process with binds and I'm able to reproduce on DB using PL/SQL.
    My WKSYS.WK_QRY file has version
    $Header: wk0qry.pkh 05-dec-2003.09:53:40 ymatsuda Exp $
    The exception occurs in Procedure WKSYS.WK_QRY.getResult.
    I updated the DB to 10.1.0.3.0, and applied patch 3990810, which included a new wk0qry.plb.
    I doesn't help at all.... :-(
    Any help is appreciated,
    Matthias

    I fixed by applying patch 4163362

  • Error in .oci.GetQuery(conn, statement, ...) :    ORA-29400: data cartridge error ORA-24323: ????? ORA-06512: at "RQSYS.RQTABLEEVALIMPL", line 24 ORA-06512: at line 4

    Hi,everyone,
                I had  installed  R Enterprise in my Oracle 11.2.0.1 base on win7,using the R 2.13.2, ORE 1.1,  I can using the part function: like
    library(ORE)
    options(STERM='iESS', str.dendrogram.last="'", editor='emacsclient.exe', show.error.locations=TRUE)
    > ore.connect(user = "RQUSER",password = "RQUSERpsw",conn_string = "", all = TRUE)
    > ore.is.connected()
    [1] TRUE
    > ore.ls()
    [1] "IRIS_TABLE"
    > demo(package = "ORE")
    Demos in package 'ORE':
    aggregate               Aggregation
    analysis                Basic analysis & data processing operations
    basic                   Basic connectivity to database
    binning                 Binning logic
    columnfns               Column functions
    cor                     Correlation matrix
    crosstab                Frequency cross tabulations
    derived                 Handling of derived columns
    distributions           Distribution, density, and quantile functions
    do_eval                 Embedded R processing
    freqanalysis            Frequency cross tabulations
    graphics                Demonstrates visual analysis
    group_apply             Embedded R processing by group
    hypothesis              Hyphothesis testing functions
    matrix                  Matrix related operations
    nulls                   Handling of NULL in SQL vs. NA in R
    push_pull               RDBMS <-> R data transfer
    rank                    Attributed-based ranking of observations
    reg                     Ordinary least squares linear regression
    row_apply               Embedded R processing by row chunks
    sql_like                Mapping of R to SQL commands
    stepwise                Stepwise OLS linear regression
    summary                 Summary functionality
    table_apply             Embedded R processing of entire table
    > demo("aggregate",package = "ORE")
      demo(aggregate)
      ---- ~~~~~~~~~
    Type  <Return> to start : Return
    > #
    > #     O R A C L E  R  E N T E R P R I S E  S A M P L E   L I B R A R Y
    > #
    > #     Name: aggregate.R
    > #     Description: Demonstrates aggregations
    > #     See also summary.R
    > #
    > #
    > #
    >
    > ## Set page width
    > options(width = 80)
    > # List all accessible tables and views in the Oracle database
    > ore.ls()
    [1] "IRIS_TABLE"
    > # Create a new table called IRIS_TABLE in the Oracle database
    > # using the built-in iris data.frame
    >
    > # First remove previously created IRIS_TABLE objects from the
    > # global environment and the database
    > if (exists("IRIS_TABLE", globalenv(), inherits = FALSE))
    +     rm("IRIS_TABLE", envir = globalenv())
    > ore.drop(table = "IRIS_TABLE")
    > # Create the table
    > ore.create(iris, table = "IRIS_TABLE")
    > # Show the updated list of accessible table and views
    > ore.ls()
    [1] "IRIS_TABLE"
    > # Display the class of IRIS_TABLE and where it can be found in
    > # the search path
    > class(IRIS_TABLE)
    [1] "ore.frame"
    attr(,"package")
    [1] "OREbase"
    > search()
    [1] ".GlobalEnv"          "ore:RQUSER"          "ESSR"              
    [4] "package:ORE"         "package:ORExml"      "package:OREeda"    
    [7] "package:OREgraphics" "package:OREstats"    "package:MASS"      
    [10] "package:OREbase"     "package:ROracle"     "package:DBI"       
    [13] "package:stats"       "package:graphics"    "package:grDevices" 
    [16] "package:utils"       "package:datasets"    "package:methods"   
    [19] "Autoloads"           "package:base"      
    > find("IRIS_TABLE")
    [1] "ore:RQUSER"
    > # Select count(Petal.Length) group by species
    > x = aggregate(IRIS_TABLE$Petal.Length,
    +               by = list(species = IRIS_TABLE$Species),
    +               FUN = length)
    > class(x)
    [1] "ore.frame"
    attr(,"package")
    [1] "OREbase"
    > x
         species  x
    1     setosa 50
    2 versicolor 50
    3  virginica 50
    > # Repeat FUN = summary, mean, min, max, sd, median, IQR
    > aggregate(IRIS_TABLE$Petal.Length, by = list(species = IRIS_TABLE$Species),
    +           FUN = summary)
         species Min. 1st Qu. Median  Mean 3rd Qu. Max. NA's
    1     setosa  1.0     1.4   1.50 1.462   1.575  1.9    0
    2 versicolor  3.0     4.0   4.35 4.260   4.600  5.1    0
    3  virginica  4.5     5.1   5.55 5.552   5.875  6.9    0
    > aggregate(IRIS_TABLE$Petal.Length, by = list(species = IRIS_TABLE$Species),
    +           FUN = mean)
         species     x
    1     setosa 1.462
    2 versicolor 4.260
    3  virginica 5.552
    > aggregate(IRIS_TABLE$Petal.Length, by = list(species = IRIS_TABLE$Species),
    +           FUN = min)
         species   x
    1     setosa 1.0
    2 versicolor 3.0
    3  virginica 4.5
    > aggregate(IRIS_TABLE$Petal.Length, by = list(species = IRIS_TABLE$Species),
    +           FUN = max)
         species   x
    1     setosa 1.9
    2 versicolor 5.1
    3  virginica 6.9
    > aggregate(IRIS_TABLE$Petal.Length, by = list(species = IRIS_TABLE$Species),
    +           FUN = sd)
         species         x
    1     setosa 0.1736640
    2 versicolor 0.4699110
    3  virginica 0.5518947
    > aggregate(IRIS_TABLE$Petal.Length, by = list(species = IRIS_TABLE$Species),
    +           FUN = median)
         species    x
    1     setosa 1.50
    2 versicolor 4.35
    3  virginica 5.55
    > aggregate(IRIS_TABLE$Petal.Length, by = list(species = IRIS_TABLE$Species),
    +           FUN = IQR)
         species     x
    1     setosa 0.175
    2 versicolor 0.600
    3  virginica 0.775
    > # More than one grouping column
    > x = aggregate(IRIS_TABLE$Petal.Length,
    +               by = list(species = IRIS_TABLE$Species,
    +                         width = IRIS_TABLE$Petal.Width),
    +               FUN = length)
    > x
          species width  x
    1      setosa   0.1  5
    2      setosa   0.2 29
    3      setosa   0.3  7
    4      setosa   0.4  7
    5      setosa   0.5  1
    6      setosa   0.6  1
    7  versicolor   1.0  7
    8  versicolor   1.1  3
    9  versicolor   1.2  5
    10 versicolor   1.3 13
    11 versicolor   1.4  7
    12  virginica   1.4  1
    13 versicolor   1.5 10
    14  virginica   1.5  2
    15 versicolor   1.6  3
    16  virginica   1.6  1
    17 versicolor   1.7  1
    18  virginica   1.7  1
    19 versicolor   1.8  1
    20  virginica   1.8 11
    21  virginica   1.9  5
    22  virginica   2.0  6
    23  virginica   2.1  6
    24  virginica   2.2  3
    25  virginica   2.3  8
    26  virginica   2.4  3
    27  virginica   2.5  3
    > # Sort the result by ascending value of count
    > ore.sort(data = x, by = "x")
          species width  x
    1   virginica   1.4  1
    2   virginica   1.7  1
    3  versicolor   1.7  1
    4   virginica   1.6  1
    5      setosa   0.5  1
    6      setosa   0.6  1
    7  versicolor   1.8  1
    8   virginica   1.5  2
    9  versicolor   1.1  3
    10  virginica   2.4  3
    11  virginica   2.5  3
    12  virginica   2.2  3
    13 versicolor   1.6  3
    14     setosa   0.1  5
    15  virginica   1.9  5
    16 versicolor   1.2  5
    17  virginica   2.0  6
    18  virginica   2.1  6
    19     setosa   0.3  7
    20 versicolor   1.4  7
    21     setosa   0.4  7
    22 versicolor   1.0  7
    23  virginica   2.3  8
    24 versicolor   1.5 10
    25  virginica   1.8 11
    26 versicolor   1.3 13
    27     setosa   0.2 29
    > # by descending value
    > ore.sort(data = x, by = "x", reverse = TRUE)
          species width  x
    1      setosa   0.2 29
    2  versicolor   1.3 13
    3   virginica   1.8 11
    4  versicolor   1.5 10
    5   virginica   2.3  8
    6      setosa   0.4  7
    7      setosa   0.3  7
    8  versicolor   1.0  7
    9  versicolor   1.4  7
    10  virginica   2.1  6
    11  virginica   2.0  6
    12  virginica   1.9  5
    13 versicolor   1.2  5
    14     setosa   0.1  5
    15 versicolor   1.6  3
    16 versicolor   1.1  3
    17  virginica   2.4  3
    18  virginica   2.5  3
    19  virginica   2.2  3
    20  virginica   1.5  2
    21  virginica   1.6  1
    22  virginica   1.4  1
    23     setosa   0.6  1
    24     setosa   0.5  1
    25 versicolor   1.8  1
    26  virginica   1.7  1
    27 versicolor   1.7  1
    > # Preserve just 1 row for duplicate x's
    > ore.sort(data = x, by = "x", unique.keys = TRUE)
          species width  x
    1      setosa   0.5  1
    2   virginica   1.5  2
    3  versicolor   1.1  3
    4      setosa   0.1  5
    5   virginica   2.0  6
    6      setosa   0.3  7
    7   virginica   2.3  8
    8  versicolor   1.5 10
    9   virginica   1.8 11
    10 versicolor   1.3 13
    11     setosa   0.2 29
    > ore.sort(data = x, by = "x", unique.keys = TRUE, unique.data = TRUE)
          species width  x
    1      setosa   0.5  1
    2   virginica   1.5  2
    3  versicolor   1.1  3
    4      setosa   0.1  5
    5   virginica   2.0  6
    6      setosa   0.3  7
    7   virginica   2.3  8
    8  versicolor   1.5 10
    9   virginica   1.8 11
    10 versicolor   1.3 13
    11     setosa   0.2 29
    but    when I  use the following The ore.doEval command  get the errors,
    > ore.doEval(function() { 123 })
    Error in .oci.GetQuery(conn, statement, ...) :
      ORA-29400: data cartridge error
    ORA-24323: ?????
    ORA-06512: at "RQSYS.RQEVALIMPL", line 23
    ORA-06512: at line 4
    and  I  try to run the        demo("row_apply", package="ORE")  get the  same errors:
    demo("row_apply",package = "ORE")
      demo(row_apply)
      ---- ~~~~~~~~~
    Type  <Return> to start : Return
    > #
    > #     O R A C L E  R  E N T E R P R I S E  S A M P L E   L I B R A R Y
    > #
    > #     Name: row_apply.R
    > #     Description: Execute R code on each row
    > #
    > #
    >
    > ## Set page width
    > options(width = 80)
    > # List all accessible tables and views in the Oracle database
    > ore.ls()
    [1] "IRIS_TABLE"
    > # Create a new table called IRIS_TABLE in the Oracle database
    > # using the built-in iris data.frame
    >
    > # First remove previously created IRIS_TABLE objects from the
    > # global environment and the database
    > if (exists("IRIS_TABLE", globalenv(), inherits = FALSE))
    +     rm("IRIS_TABLE", envir = globalenv())
    > ore.drop(table = "IRIS_TABLE")
    > # Create the table
    > ore.create(iris, table = "IRIS_TABLE")
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