If you’ve run into a situation where the dbms_error_code you’re looking for failed to execute, you may be experiencing frm-40733 pl/sq – built-in error code. This error will stop the current block of code execution and rollback any changes you’ve made to the parameters. However, you won’t be able to rollback changes you’ve made to the database’s global data structure or object tables. Instead, you’ll need to explicitly execute the ROLLBACK statement.
There are several different types of errors that can result in frm-40733, including SELF_IS_NULL, which occurs when a member method is not initialized or the object type instance isn’t initialized. Another common error code is COLLECTION_IS_NULL, which occurs when the program is attempting to assign values to elements of an uninitialized table. Similarly, DUP_VAL_ON_INDEX occurs when the same value is stored in multiple columns of the database. A cursor operation cannot be performed when a value is null.
This error code is caused by a fatal error while running Oracle Forms or PL/SQL. The fatal error occurred when a trigger was being executed. To fix the error, you should examine the logic that is used to invoke the Built-in. If the issue persists, contact Oracle Support Services to identify the cause of the error and how to fix it.
You may be able to use Triggers to change the text of an error message. An On-Error Trigger will send a customized message for error 40202. This will replace the default system message. Using a Trigger, you can customize the message to fit your specific application. You can change the error message by using an On-Message Trigger.
You must have a connection to the Oracle database in order to use PL/SQL procedures. Without a connection, the PL/SQL compiler will fail to resolve server-side references to database objects. In addition, built-in packages are not supported by Oracle before version 7.3.3. If you have this error code, upgrade to Oracle 7.3.4.
An exception is an interruption of normal program instructions. PL/SQL includes a special keyword called an exception block. You can use this keyword only at the end of your exception handling block. Then, control will exit the block. There are two types of system-defined exceptions: named system exceptions and unnamed system exceptions. Specifically, named system exceptions have error numbers in the -20NNN range.