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How to increase the max size for 'where' clause in update statement in oracle

A Chauhan
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Joined: Nov 21, 2006
Posts: 15
Hi All,

Can somebody please tell me how to increase the max size of statement in where clause of update statement in oracle. I am facing this problem as the data that is to be compared exceeds the max size so sql ignore the full update statement and no result is generated.

for example

select molregno from assay_detail where assay='Percentage inhibition of unphosphorylated VEGFR2 kinase activity studied using 5-40nM human VEGFR2delta50 expressed in baculovirus/insect cells, 20mM poly(Glu-Tyr)4:1, 3mM ATP, sffsdfsfsdftty, fhgfhuikikf, 50U/ml lactate dehydrogenase, 20U/ml pyruvate kinase, 8990kgkgkkgkgll ghjgjhjghjgerfretegnnf tgh gggggby measuring the absorbance at 340nm on Beckman spectrophotometer by coupled spectrophotometric assay';

thanks in advance.
Jan Cumps
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Joined: Dec 20, 2006
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If you get an error message, please show it to us.

If you don't get an error message, then there is no record where assay matches your condition.

sql ignore the full update statement
This is not an update statement. It's a select statement. No data will be updated.

Regards, Jan


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