Typically, something has gone wrong (it could be an invalid object, or it could be a memory error, etc.) that causes your PL/SQL block to not be able to find what it is looking for. You know that your PL/SQL block is not finding what it needs. But now you need to determine why it cannot find what it is looking for. The other error messages should give you a clue.
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