Detect Syntax Error Line
Syntax error line
is prominent in oracle management system. Actually,
it is a database with a search engine. It is helpful
for users who update and modify data. Each database
is affiliated by American National Standards Institute.
The entire database is divided into three query types:
data definition language than DML which is data manipulation
language and DCL which is data control language. Data
manipulation language has the most commonly used commands
with "select," "insert," "update"
and "delete" options. If ever any of options
doesn’t work, system would come up with syntax
However, for basic syntax error line,
we need log on to the Oracle by using SQLPlus. Then
we need to enter "Select data from the dual mode".
Now, oracle itself will follow the standard SQL syntax
of command and source file. System may come up with
syntax error line: "ORA-00942:
table or view does not exist". But the oracle will
first do the syntax check to confirm the statement.
Then it will be followed by a semantic check for the
request. Now, we can have the permission to access it.
Here we need to click on "Select * from dual mode”
again and in this way the oracle will successfully processes
The final step for syntax error line
would be checking the parsing path. For that we need
to enter the "set auto trace on" and need
turn on the SQLPlus trace environment. Then, we need
to enter "Select data from dept where deptno =
10;" or we can "Select data from dual".
Both the commands will give a result with the breakdown
of the execution plan by the database management system.
At last, we need to enter the "LIST" and SQLPlus
will display the last command entered to check the syntax