Click here to return to our Support page. Retrieved from "http://www.orafaq.com/wiki/index.php?title=ORA-01722&oldid=16599" Category: Errors Navigation menu Views Page Discussion Edit History Personal tools Log in / create account Site Navigation Wiki Home Forum Home Blogger Home Site highlights Blog Aggregator But all the queries work just fine in 9i, data in the table is absolutely same in both the databases. You'll never be using that column as a number, since it is apparently a string. this contact form
when i use select lic from source it gives result as 04369 65251 09652 11809 13088 11693 17173 17563 10548 116195 116532 116529 118478 132871 136607 137435 141068 170665 181648 182936 When I am executing the following query, select to_number('99.50') from dual; I got Oracle error ORA-01722: invalid number If I will connect using 8i client then it is Okay. SELECT a.SERIAL_NUMBER, a.ATTRIBUTE3 Eq_Make, a.attribute4 Eq_Model, a.attribute5 Eq_Sr_No, a.attribute7 Registration_no, TO_CHAR(TO_DATE(b.c_attribute8 ,'YYYY/MM/DD hh24:mi:ss'),'DD/MON/YY ') Local_Permit_Due_date, b.c_attribute7 Local_Permit_Amt, c.organization_code, TO_CHAR(TO_DATE(SYSDATE,'DD/MON/YY hh24:mi:ss'),'DD/MM/YY')- TO_CHAR(TO_DATE(b.c_attribute8,'YYYY/MM/DD hh24:mi:ss'),'DD/MM/YY')Days FROM apps.MTL_EAM_ASSET_NUMBERS_ALL_V a, apps.MTL_EAM_ASSET_ATTR_VALUES_v b, apps.org_organization_definitions c WHERE a.serial_number=b.serial_number Thanks & Regards Ravi Kumar Delhi, India Sorry We found out the reason why this was happening... https://www.techonthenet.com/oracle/errors/ora01722.php
Is it legal to bring board games (made of wood) to Australia? Cheers Pablo Rovedo Followup December 10, 2002 - 9:23 pm UTC My whole point here is simple: there is no defined order, period. Ask the "developer" what their language would do if they compared a number to a string..... Convert String To Number In Oracle Errata?
ops$tkyte%ORA9IR2> select * from t where y = 2 and x = 2; select * from t where y = 2 and x = 2 * ERROR at line 1: ORA-01722: You have NO control over the order of things being applied here. SQL> SQL> INSERT INTO xyz 2 VALUES (100, 'A100') 3 / 1 row created. http://www.dba-oracle.com/sf_ora_01722_invalid_number.htm SQL> analyze table t compute statistics; Table analyzed.
Just a side note : One more thing I've observed is that the predicate clause gets appended to the query even if there is an Order by at the end. Invalid Number Phone with CBO your example works December 10, 2002 - 3:23 pm UTC Reviewer: A reader Hi if I analyze the table from your example then the query works. Protect TO_NUMBER with case May 12, 2005 - 7:21 am UTC Reviewer: Nils Winkler from Frankfurt, Germany Thanks for the hint about "protecting" the TO_NUMBER call with a case statement, that i'm comparing both fields datatype is varchar2(14) still i'm getting error.
Followup April 29, 2008 - 8:36 am UTC not sure the order of events here - you get an error during the import, but the import completes - can you be http://www.orafaq.com/wiki/ORA-01722 then you convert back into a date using 'dd/mon/yyyy hh24:mi:ss' well, your default date format is probably what mine is - dd-mon-yyyy, so the time component is GONE, wiped out. 01722. 00000 - "invalid Number" TO_CHAR(TO_DATE(SYSDATE,'DD/MON/YY hh24:mi:ss'),'DD/MM/YY')- TO_CHAR(TO_DATE(b.c_attribute8,'YYYY/MM/DD hh24:mi:ss'),'DD/MM/YY')Days .... Ora-01722 Invalid Number Solution there is no set order, the predicate can and will be evaluated in ANY ORDER we choose at run time.
XOTC/DTX1.L> insert into xotc_imp_test_tbl values(2,2); 1 row created. weblink Maybe it was an error when the database was created. –sisharp Jun 14 '13 at 19:59 4 I know it's been 2 years, but how about an "accept"? –Aaron Nov ORA-01722 From Oracle FAQ Jump to: navigation, search ORA-01722: invalid number Contents 1 What causes this error? 2 Examples 3 How to fix it 3.1 When doing an INSERT INTO ... It should be obvious why that fails. Ora-01722 Invalid Number In Informatica
If someone wants to compare values in DBA_PROFILES using LIMIT column for numeric values, they get error. March 19, 2009 - 4:01 pm UTC Reviewer: Stefan Hello Tom, maybe we have some misconception. I replicated this issue to further examine this event: XOTC/DTX1.L> create table xotc_imp_test_tbl (imp_key number(10), fileda varchar2(10)); Table created. navigate here what was it you were saying about certification?
BASE_CCY_VALUE,A.BASE_CCY_EXCHANGE_VALUE,A.CLASS FROM ( SELECT ISIN_CPTY , QTY_ALL,row_number() OVER (PARTITION BY ISIN_CPTY, QTY_ALL ORDER BY ISIN_CPTY, QTY_ALL) FROM V_JPM_RECORDS INTERSECT SELECT ISIN_CPTY , QTY_ALL, row_number() OVER (PARTITION BY ISIN_CPTY, QTY_ALL ORDER BY Ora-01722 Invalid Number To_number Mr.Duke thanks for the links. (Surprisingly i had gone through one of them before it came to my mind about the order of execution :) ) Anyways..very very useful information and is it an oracle bug?
Could you give me any advice on this, what this issue can be? September 15, 2004 - 11:22 pm UTC Reviewer: Sudhir select flag, to_number(x) from (SELECT flag, num x FROM subtest WHERE flag IN ('A', 'C') ) where X>'0' Output should be same? a simple change in plan would "break it again". ? Ora 01722 Invalid Number Oracle Decode Bhushan Followup September 18, 2009 - 12:45 pm UTC I see no where clause but undoubtedly - it is not a bug, you are comparing a string to a number, we
Finally we discovered a site-dba had added an index as follows: index: IX_ADDRESS$TONUMBERLEGACY_ID expression: TO_NUMBER("LEGACY_ID") This appears to have effectively created a silent constraint. And many of your pk1_value/pk2_values are NOT NUMBERS therefore, the only thing that makes sense is to avoid implicit conversions, you need to convert your NUMBERS to STRINGS AND (pk1_value, pk2_value) What can be an issue as all the values in database are numbers. http://shpsoftware.com/invalid-number/invalid-number-error-in-oracle-sql.php Ask Tom version 3.2.0.