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Cause: An error was encountered while moving a character
string from a source to a destination. This error occurs if,
for example, an attempt is made to move a a character string
of 10 characters into a 1 character buffer. The cause of
this error may not always be obvious. For example, the
following will result in this error: a varchar2(1); b
number; b := 10; a := b; An error results because an
implicit conversion causes the number 10 to become the
character string '10', which does not fit in the character
buffer of 1 allocated for the variable a.
Action: First, look for character string assignment
statements where the buffer size is mismatched. If there are
none found, then consider the implicit conversion case
illustrated in the example above.
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