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Prohibited Nesting in the MATCH_RECOGNIZE Clause
The following kinds of nesting are prohibited in the MATCH_RECOGNIZE clause: Nesting one MATCH_RECOGNIZE clause within another. Outer references in the MEASURES clause or the DEFINE subclause. This means that a MATCH_RECOGNIZE clause cannot reference
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Concatenated MATCH_RECOGNIZE Clause
Note that it is not prohibited to feed the output of one MATCH_RECOGNIZE clause into the input of another as in this example: SELECT ... FROM ( SELECT * FROM Ticker MATCH_RECOGNIZE (...) ) MATCH_RECOGNIZE (...) In this example the first MATCH_RECOGNIZE
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MATCH_RECOGNIZE Clause
The ? character is used as a token in MATCH_RECOGNIZE clause in Oracle Database 11 g and later versions. As the JDBC standard defines the ? character as a parameter marker the JDBC Driver and the Server SQL Engine cannot distinguish between different
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row_pattern_clause The MATCH_RECOGNIZE clause lets you perform pattern matching. Use this clause
row_pattern_clause The MATCH_RECOGNIZE clause lets you perform pattern matching. Use this clause to recognize patterns in a sequence of rows in table which is called the row pattern input table. The result of a query that uses the MATCH_RECOGNIZE clause
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ORA-62516: The PARTITION BY, ORDER BY, or MEASURES clause is too large for MATCH_RECOGNIZE.
Cause: The number of items in PARTITION BY ORDER BY or MEASURES clause exceeded the maximum allowed. There cannot be more than UB2MAXVAL elements in PARTITION BY ORDER BY or MEASURES clause. Action: Modify the query and retry the operation.
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ORA-62501: invalid value specified for bounded quantifier in MATCH_RECOGNIZE clause
Cause: The specified lower bound or upper bound value was greater than UB4MAXVAL. The lower bound value must be non-negative. The upper bound value must be strictly positive. The upper bound value must be greater than or equal to the lower bound value.
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ORA-62511: Correlation variables are not allowed in MATCH_RECOGNIZE clause.
Cause: An attempt was made to use correlation variables in the MATCH_RECOGNIZE clause. Correlation variables are currently not allowed in the MATCH_RECOGNIZE clause. Action: Modify the query and retry the operation.
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ORA-62518: MATCH_RECOGNIZE pattern is too large.
Cause: MATCH_RECOGNIZE pattern was too large. More than UB2MAXVAL elements in alternation concatenation or permute or more than UB4MAXVAL states in the state machine are currently not supported. Permute with more than 7 elements or bounded quantifier
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ORA-62506: illegal nesting of operators in MATCH_RECOGNIZE clause
Cause: An attempt was made to nest aggregates/FIRST/LAST/PREV/NEXT. Aggregates/FIRST/LAST/PREV/NEXT cannot be nested. The only exception allowed is PREV/NEXT(FIRST/LAST()). Action: Modify the query and retry the operation.
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ORA-62521: MATCH_RECOGNIZE is not supported on lateral views
Cause: An attempt was made to use MATCH_RECOGNIZE on a lateral view which is not supported. Action: Modify the query and retry the operation.
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