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Cause: During the CREATE CATALOG or UPGRADE CATALOG command,
the indicated PL/SQL package specification or body could not
be created because of PL/SQL compilation errors.
Action: The PL/SQL packages used by the recovery catalog are
located in the RECOVER.BSQ library file, and should never be
modified. Make sure that the RECOVER.BSQ file has not been
modified or damaged, and then if this error persists,
contact Oracle support. Connect to the recovery catalog
owner and query the USER_ERRORS view to find out the details
of the compilation errors.
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