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Oracle Error PLS-00529: Bad column name string in INSERT statement (must be an identifier)

Oracle Error Message

PLS-00529: Bad column name string in INSERT statement (must be an identifier)

Reason for the Error

In an INSERT statement, an attempt was made to use a column name that is not an identifier. In any INSERT statement with explicit column list a column name must be a simple identifier.

Solution

Rewrite the INSERT statement, using a simple identifier for the column name.

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