Oracle WM_ERROR
Version 18.3

General Information
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Purpose WMSYS Error Handler
AUTHID DEFINER
Dependencies
DBMS_STANDARD LTUTIL OWM_MIG_PKG
LT LT_CTX_PKG OWM_MP_PKG
LTADM LT_EXPORT_PKG OWM_REPUTIL
LTAQ OWM_BULK_LOAD_PKG PLITBLM
LTDDL OWM_DDL_PKG UD_TRIGS
LTPRIV OWM_IEXP_PKG WM_DDL_UTIL
LTRIC    
Documented No
First Available Not known
Security Model Owned by WMSYS with no privileges granted.
Source {ORACLE_HOME}/rdbms/admin/owmerrs.plb
Subprograms
 
GETERRORSTR
Returns error code for WMSYS in the range of -20001 to -20400 wm_error.geterrorstr(error_no IN NUMBER) RETURN VARCHAR2;
SQL> SELECT wmsys.wm_error.geterrorstr(-20001)
  2* FROM dual;

WMSYS.WM_ERROR.GETERRORSTR(-20001)
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RAISE_APPLICATION_ERROR(-20001, 'name of column '%s' has more than %s characters')
 
RAISEERROR
Undocumented
Overload 1
wm_error.raiseerror(error_no IN NUMBER);
exec wmsys.wm_error.raiseerror(wmsys.lt.wm_error_383_no);
Overload 2 wm_error.raiseerror(
error_no IN NUMBER,
arg1     IN VARCHAR2);
TBD
Overload 3 wm_error.raiseerror(
error_no IN NUMBER,
arg1     IN VARCHAR2,
arg2     IN VARCHAR2);
TBD
Overload 4 wm_error.raiseerror(
error_no IN NUMBER,
arg1     IN VARCHAR2,
arg2     IN VARCHAR2,
arg3     IN VARCHAR2);
TBD
Overload 5 wm_error.raiseerror(
error_no IN NUMBER,
arg1     IN VARCHAR2,
arg2     IN VARCHAR2,
arg3     IN VARCHAR2,
arg4     IN VARCHAR2);
TBD
Overload 6 wm_error.raiseerror(
error_no IN NUMBER,
arg1     IN VARCHAR2,
arg2     IN VARCHAR2,
arg3     IN VARCHAR2,
arg4     IN VARCHAR2,
arg5     IN VARCHAR2);
TBD

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Built-in Packages
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