Do you have issues with your Oracle server receiving error ORA-01002: Fetch Out of Sequence? An Oracle server error like this one can cause major disruptions to your application, but don’t worry—you can take these steps to fix the issue quickly and easily.
Steps to Troubleshoot and Resolve ORA-01002
- Identify the PL/SQL package, function, or procedure that is trying to do the fetch.
- Identify any SQL cursors they may be using.
- Check whether any of the SQL cursors have been opened and closed more than once.
- Check whether more than one SQL cursor is being opened and closed simultaneously.
- Check to make sure the fetch is done properly.
- Check the program to see if it uses bind variables.
- Check for any syntax or logical errors in the program.
- Check the authentication schema in use.
- Check the environment variables and settings.
- Check if there are any missing or corrupt Oracle components.
Q: What is ORA-01002?
A: ORA-01002 is an Oracle server error. It indicates that the program attempted a fetch from a cursor which was not open or has been closed before the attempted fetch.
Q: How can ORA-01002 be resolved?
A: To resolve this issue, you need to identify the PL/SQL package, function, or procedure that's trying to do the fetch, and check for any syntax or logical errors in the program. Additionally, check any SQL cursors they may be using to make sure they are properly opened and closed; that only one SQL cursor is opened and closed at a time; and that all fetches are done properly. Additionally, it may be helpful to check the authentication schema in use, environment variables and settings, and any missing or corrupt Oracle components.