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From "Thomas Dudziak" <tom...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: Exception while reading the row from the resultset
Date Sat, 09 Dec 2006 19:12:47 GMT
On 12/8/06, Langdon Stevenson <langdon@lindenrow.com.au> wrote:

> When I looked at the data I found that it simply stopped part way
> through writing a record.  It was busy writing out line 16,871 in the
> file, so I wondered if there might have been a character or record limit
> that I was running up against.
> I inserted another row in a table that is dumped earlier in the process
> and ran the dump again.  As suspected the line count was similar, but I
> had lost a three rows that previously had been in the data file!  It now
> cut off three records earlier in a different place in the line.
> This suggests that the quantity of data is larger than ddlutils can handle.
> So, does DdlUtils have a known limit to the number of database rows that
> it can export?

Nope, DdlUtils writes the data one row at a time using the XML Stream
Api, so that it doesn't have to hold large amounts of data in memory.

Could you run Ant with the -v or -debug flag and post the output ?


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