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Select Statement Fails With An ORA-14092 (Doc ID 1589853.1)

Last updated on OCTOBER 15, 2019

Applies to:

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The following query fails with ORA-14092: number of expressions is not equal to the number of partitioning columns

select *
FROM
<user_name>.T1 A
,<user_name>.T2 B
,<user_name>.T3 C
,<user_name>.T4 D
,<user_name>.T5 E
WHERE
 A.T1_PK = E.CA_DT_MN_FK
AND B.T2_PK = E.T2_FK
AND C.T3_PK = D.T3_FK
AND D.T4_PK = E.T4_FK
AND A.DAY_DATE = TO_DATE('20130701','YYYYMMDD')
AND B.T2_NM = 'TEST SAMPLE'
AND C.T3_CD = '12356-123'
 

ORA-14092  "number of expressions is not equal to the number of partitioning columns"

 *Cause:  Number of expressions submitted to tbl$or$idx$part$num differs
          from the number of partitioning columns of the table or index
          mapping into partition(s) of which is to be determined
 *Action: Supply a correct number of expressions to be used in
          determining mapping into partition(s) of a specified table or index

 

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