PLS-00368: in RAISE statement, 'string' must be an exception
Answer / guest
Cause: The identifier in a RAISE statement is not a valid
Action: Make sure the identifier in the RAISE statement was
declared as an exception and is correctly placed in the
block structure. If you are using the name of a PL/SQL
predefined exception, check its spelling.
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