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Bigger type length than Maximum [Oracle]

D Rog
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Joined: Feb 07, 2004
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I'm getting such exception at calling next(). What could be a reason? I couldn't find much info about exception, but it happens when JDBC driver unmarshal data. Can it be related to JDBC/database version incompatibilities or other problem? Is it possible to bypass such errors?

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Paul Sturrock

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I think you mean ORA-17070? Could it be related to Driver/database version? Quite probably - I think I remember seeing something like this with v8 drivers. Which driver/driver version are you using?

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D Rog
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I also think that it's driver/db problem, so thank you for confirming that.
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