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"too many declarations of 'SUBSTR' match this call" while refreshing Materialized view

If Oracle doesn't let you run so many times "substr" function in that mv - do some trick to cheat him ;) You can make this "substr" calls before fast refresh by using virtual column like that:

alter table YOUR_TABLE add
History_substr as (DBMS_LOB.SUBSTR (History,2000,
1)) virtual;

do here other "3 more blob columns with similar conversions" as above and then you can use your virtual columns:

//BLOB column
       <3 more blob columns with similar
       <misc columns from different tables>,
       <rowid columns for tables for REFRESH
FAST to work>
FROM   <list of tables with JOINs>

Categories : Oracle

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