problem string buffer too smallHey, guys:
I have a question may be stupid, I received the error "ORA-06502: PL/SQL: digital or value error: character string buffer too small" when I run a query. If I Uncomment ' and rox.status ='Active "" ' State, I do not have the error. I guess it's related to specific lines. I checked online, it looks like the length of a certain variable varchar2 is not enough, but I can't find cause. I also note that there could be an error on v_level in the function, I use number instead of type varchar2. but after I changed the type of v_level, the error is still there. I would be cautious, because this is a legacy system. Could someone help me on this problem?
I have a query like this:
I get the error message like:
select * from registration_offender_xref rox where SOR_OFFENDER_DETAILS.get_offender_level(rox.offender_ID)=3 --and rox.status='Active' and rox.end_registration_date is not null;
ORA-06502: PL/SQL: digital or value error: character string buffer too small
ORA-06512: at "get OUT. SOR_OFFENDER_DETAILS', line 124
06502 00000 - "PL/SQL: digital error or the value of %s.
SOR_OFFENDER_DETAILS.get_offender_level returns a numeric value from 1 to 3, or a null value. Here is the code
Thank you very much!
function get_offender_level(p_offender_id IN NUMBER) return NUMBER as sex_offender_flag number; tier_level number; override_num number; v_status varchar2(10); v_aggravated varchar2(10); v_habitual varchar2(10); v_level varchar2(10); cursor tierNum is -- as May 22, 2008 per HKT of DOC (past portal code), Level/Tier is displayed for all offenders select max(c.tier) from sor_offense o, sor_offense_code c where o.offender_id = p_offender_id and o.OFFENSE_CODE = c.CODE_ID and upper(o.status) = 'ACTIVE'; begin select count(*) into sex_offender_flag from registration_offender_xref rox where rox.offender_ID=p_offender_id and reg_type_ID=1; if sex_offender_flag>0 then OPEN tierNum; FETCH tierNum INTO v_level; if tierNum%NOTFOUND then tier_level := null; end if; CLOSE tierNum; select tier_overRide into overRide_Num from registration_offender_xref where offender_id = p_offender_id and reg_type_id = 1; if overRide_Num is not null then v_level:=overRide_Num; end if; --dbms_output.put_line('overRide_Num:'||overRide_Num); --dbms_output.put_line('after override:'||p_level); /*error line*/ select status, decode(aggravated,'Y','Yes','No') aggravated, decode(habitual,'Y','Yes','No') habitual into v_status, v_aggravated, v_habitual from registration_offender_xref where offender_id = p_offender_id and reg_type_id = 1; if upper(v_status) in ('COMPLETED', 'DECEASED', 'DELETED') then v_level := null; end if; --dbms_output.put_line('before final:'||p_level); if v_aggravated = 'Yes' or v_habitual = 'Yes' or v_level = 3 then v_level := 3; end if; --dbms_output.put_line('final:'||p_level); if override_num is not null then v_level := overRide_Num; end if; else v_level:=null; end if; return v_level; end get_offender_level;
Published by: lxiscas on May 23, 2013 08:38
Published by: lxiscas on May 23, 2013 08:41
Published by: lxiscas on May 23, 2013 09:01
I do not pretend that it is your problem, but
select status into v_status, from registration_offender_xref
But you said
Much better to say things like that
In this way, you know that your variable is declared with a good length, if the length of the column never changes, your code won't kaboom.
See you soon,.
I am facing infinity listagg that 4000 bytes in listagg issue, so I created a defined user aggregate function suggested by asking tom team,
But I am facing the error as "digital or value error: character string buffer too small" in the Type on line 27 when questioning this way
Select stragg (val) in the dummy_tab;
My table has a column and the data type is varchar2 (50) and he has more than 300 documents,.
can someone here help me to solve this problem.
Thanks and greetings
Now if you followed this link, so I hope that you:
(a) set the attribute of the object type to be a CLOB
(b) sets the return value of your Mapper function to be a CLOB
and not as in the example (which is the time before the existence of LISTAGG) as a Varchar2...
After an upgrade of 4.2.4 5.0.0 we aren't able to seeds and publish the translation.
There is report error: ORA-06502: PL/SQL: digital or value error: character string buffer too small.
DB version is 126.96.36.199.0.
Main language 'fr', translation 'sk '.
APEX day language is "en".
Fortunately, we have solved the problem.
After upgrading a default sort to the report was to 'language '.
If report error, that is fair enough to click on a prompt different orders of the report to change the sorting of the report.
(the blank report is displayed at the bottom of the page, and you can see the guests)
After the click the report updates and looks OK.
I know it's a very old version I mention here, but that's what we have in our environment, would be very grateful if anyone can help out.
I have a classic report with the sub query in this, I have added a filter using an element from the selection list (P70_GROUP).
SELECT VWS. ServerID AS Display_ID, vws. ServerID AS ID, vws. Host name, vws. ServerStatus, vws. SiteName AS Site vws. Customer, vws. CoreHours, vws. Patch_Notes, vws. PATCH_DEP, vws. Patch_Day, vws. PATCH_GROUPID, vws. PATCH_TIMEID AS VW_Live_Support FROM Time LEFT JOIN W_Patch_Groups wpg vws WE (vws. Patch_GroupID = wpg.ID) WHERE the vws. ID = ' no AND NVL (wpg. Ignore, 'n') = ' n AND ((: P70_GROUP > 1 AND vws.)) PATCH_GROUPID =: P70_GROUP) OR (: P70_GROUP = 1 AND vws.) (Patch_GroupID IS NULL) OR (NVL(:P70_GROUP,0) = 0)) AND (INSTR (UPPER (vws. Host name), SUPERIOR (NVL (: P70_SEARCH, vws.)) HostName))) > 0 OR INSTR (UPPER (vws. ServerStatus), SUPERIOR (NVL (: P70_SEARCH, vws.)) ServerStatus))) > 0 OR INSTR (UPPER (vws. SiteName), SUPERIOR (NVL (: P70_SEARCH, vws.)) SiteName))) > 0 OR INSTR (UPPER (vws. (Client), SUPERIOR (NVL (: P70_SEARCH, vws.)) Customer))) > 0 OR INSTR (UPPER (vws. CoreHours), SUPERIOR (NVL (: P70_SEARCH, vws.)) CoreHours))) > 0 OR INSTR (UPPER (vws. Patch_Notes), SUPERIOR (NVL (: P70_SEARCH, vws.)) (Patch_Notes))) > 0)
This is when I select a group in the list, I get
"ORA-06502: PL/SQL: digital or value error: character string buffer too small.
an unusual thing, that I've noticed here is when I select "All groups", which returns the value 0, it is works well and return of 3700 lines but when I select any group that returns 10 to 20 lines I get the above error.
does not include why it is, please help me.
I am able to solve the problem by referring to the link below:
What I am able to solve without even changing the item type. Things are working fine now, but it would be really helpful if someone could give me their expert commentary on the solution above.
Is this feasible? I'll be able to solve the problem forever, or it will cause problems again in the future?
HI gurus of the oracle,.
I'm new to PL/SQL,
my version of oracle's oracle 11g.
I create a procedure to insert data from flat file to a table using UTL_FILE.
The table is
CREATE TABLE EXT_PERSON_INFO
ID_PERSON NUMBER (38),
ID_BATCH NUMBER (38),
ID_PERSON_NBR VARCHAR2 (3 BYTE),
ID_AREA VARCHAR2 (5 BYTE),
NM_FINAL VARCHAR2 (20 BYTE),
NM_START VARCHAR2 (20 BYTE),
DATE OF DT_DOB,
ID_SERIAL VARCHAR2 (BYTE 9),
DATE OF DT_RESPONSE,
TRANS_TYPE VARCHAR2 (2 BYTE),
REG_RESPONSE VARCHAR2 (1 BYTE),
TM_RX TIMESTAMP (6)
My procedure is
CREATE OR REPLACE PROCEDURE PROC_PERSON
f_line VARCHAR2 (2000);
f_dir VARCHAR2 (250);
fname VARCHAR2 (50);
F_ID_PERSON EXT_PERSON_INFO.ID_PERSON%type: = 1;
F_ID_BATCH EXT_PERSON_INFO.ID_BATCH%type: = 1;
F_NM_FINAL EXT_PERSON_INFO. Type of NM_FINAL %;
F_NM_START EXT_PERSON_INFO. Type of NM_START %;
F_DT_DOB EXT_PERSON_INFO. Type of DT_DOB %;
F_DT_RESPONSE EXT_PERSON_INFO. Type of DT_RESPONSE %;
F_TRANS_TYPE EXT_PERSON_INFO. Type of TRANS_TYPE %;
F_REG_RESPONSE EXT_PERSON_INFO. Type of REG_RESPONSE %;
fname: = "D:\raj\raj.txt";
f: = utl_file.fopen('RAJ',fname,'r');
UTL_FILE.get_line (f, f_line);
When no_data_found then
F_ID_PERSON: = 1;
F_ID_BATCH: = 1;
F_ID_PERSON_NBR: = substr (f_line, 1, 3);
F_NM_FINAL: = substr (f_line, 4, 22);
F_NM_START: = substr (f_line, 23, 34);
F_DT_DOB: = substr (f_line, 35, 44);
F_ID_SERIAL: = substr (f_line, 45, 48);
F_DT_RESPONSE: = substr (f_line, 49, 58);
F_TRANS_TYPE: = substr (f_line, 59, 60);
F_REG_RESPONSE: = substr (f_line, 61, 61);
F_ID_AREA: = substr (f_line, 62, 64);
insert into EXT_PERSON_INFO VALUES (F_ID_PERSON, F_ID_BATCH, F_ID_PERSON_NBR, F_ID_AREA, F_NM_FINAL, F_NM_START, F_DT_DOB, F_ID_SERIAL, F_DT_RESPONSE, F_TRANS_TYPE, F_REG_RESPONSE);
am getting error
ORA-06502: PL/SQL: digital or value error: character string buffer too small
Please help me in this regard. Impossible to trace the issue.
Thanks in advance
The error message should include a line number to reference your code to see what line the error occurred on.
That said, look at the documentation for SUBSTR as you incorrectly use the third parm. It's length, no end of race. That's your problem.
My select statement fails with the error:
The ORA-19011 string buffer too small
The select statement looks like:
rownum AS "recordId."
To_date('20130520','YYYYMMDD') AS "datestarted."
123456 AS "previousBatchId."
56789 AS 'previousRecordId '.
SIG_ROLE AS "SignatoryRole."
To_char(TRANSFER_DATE,'YYYY-mm-DD') AS "TransferDate."
NVL(Reason,0) AS 'reason '.
) AS the 'transfer '.
()) AS CRDTRPT
- It looks like I can choose only 4000 characters using the SELECT statement (please, correct me if I'm wrong)
I'd use the XMLGEN package. But the environment team says no mounted drives in the future with the arrival of the EXADATA.
NO HARD DRIVE MOUNTED, NO ACCESS TO THE DATABASE DIRECTORIES
I need to use the REEL spool the resulting XML data of the SELECT query.
SQL is a standard in my org, but I can do with a PL/SQL solution also to load data into a table (cannot use a COIL with PL/SQL)
What I do is:
- a column of type CLOB to a xml_report of the loading of the above SELECT query table
- Then using SELECT * FROM xml_report to SPOOL the data to a file report.xml
No need of XMLTYPE data behind. Xml data stream is fine for me.
In addition, I need to validate the XML file, also using XSD.
Problem is that the resulting lines of the select query are supposed to be from 15000 to 20000 bytes long.
Oracle database version: Oracle Database 11g Enterprise Edition Release 188.8.131.52.0 - 64 bit Production
A Suggestion or a solution to this problem would be appreciated.
(Sorry for the use of "BOLD", just to make it more readable and highlight the imp points)
It looks like I can choose only 4000 characters using the SELECT statement (please, correct me if I'm wrong)
You use the right method.
There is an implicit conversion from XMLType to the data type VARCHAR2 as expected by the function TO_CLOB, where the limitation, and the error.
To serialize XMLType to CLOB, use the XMLSerialize function:
SELECT XMLSerialize (DOCUMENT
For the rest of the requirement, I wish you good luck trying to spool the XML correctly.
You may need to play around with the SET LONG and SET LONGCHUNKSIZE commands to operate.
One of my tabular forms suddenly stopped working suddenly after 3 months of work perfectly. Then I ran into debugging and looks like something bad went my LOV like below:
I have looked around and I saw a few others with the same problems but nothing that has like mine. Could someone please help me to find what is the problem? Thank you.
0.16968 0.00328 ...Execute Statement: begin begin SELECT TIME_DISPLAY D, TIME_RETURN R bulk collect into wwv_flow_utilities.g_display,wwv_flow_utilities.g_value FROM TS_HOURS ORDER BY 2; end; end; 4 8 0.17292 0.03912 ...Execute Statement: begin begin select /*+ cardinality(t 10) */ disp, val bulk collect into wwv_flow_utilities.g_display,wwv_flow_utilities.g_value from table(wwv_flow_utilities.get_temp_lov_data(2)) t order by insert_order, disp; end; end; 4 100 0.21211 0.00224 report error: ORA-06502: PL/SQL: numeric or value error: character string buffer too small
I use Apex 4.1.1
the LOVs are displayed as a row okay? I wonder if it's some kind of a problem with the tabular forms?
APEX 3.1.1.00.09 under AIX 5.3 10.2.0.2 in
Problem sample on apex.oracle.com:
Application ID: 43172 (BUILDERPL) NOTE: there are three 3 applications with the same name, but this one is currently broken
I get the dreaded "" ORA-06502: PL/SQL: digital or value error: character string buffer too small "when you try to create a new line."
To reproduce the error:
1 run page 3
2 - Select any agency
3 - Click on the button "create a new contract.
4 - Select the start and end dates in the DATE picker
5 - Click on the button "Add contract".
If the line is added successfully if please go to Indianapolis and run the app for me since you obviously have the 'touch '! ;-) >
But seriously folks,
I've read many threads about this error and for the most part, they seem to point to large LOV. I have three 3 LOV on the page but only a 1 is dynamic and display and back elements are the same, a description in this case. There are 400 lines in the LOV table and the description is defined as VARCHAR2 (75), so we're not talking a huge amount of data.
To further complicate the issue, this application was working just a couple of days. What changes I've made since a few days, you might ask?
The only thing that comes to mind is I did go through the definitions of element and change the values of maximum size equal to the size of the columns in the target table, using a value of 22 for the NUMBER of columns.
Since then I went back and changed at a much greater value than their corresponding column definitions, but nothing helped.
Another interesting fact is that if an existing contract is selected on the page (Page 3 in my case) by selecting an agency that produces values in the second select list (selection of contract) and then clicking on "change this contract." After you change any value or fill in one of the missing values, click "Apply Changes" and he should have success.
The new contract page and the page of modification of the contract are the same (Page 2) just with different buttons.
Thanks a lot for any assistance. Indeed, it is greatly appreciated.
PS I also tried to change the LOV both given a popup and a standard text box I typed in, both received the same message.
Gary - I deleted then recreated your DML process and it seems to have solved the problem. Export page reveals something odd in the process definition:
declare p varchar2(32767) := null; l_clob clob; l_length number := 1;beginp:=p||'F|#OWNER#:BUILDERPL_CONTRACT:P2_CONTRACT_SEQ:CONTRACT_SEQ|I'; wwv_flow_api.create_page_process( ...
That the assignment statement must not have ' F | "as the first two characters. There must be a bug in one of the wizards who created the process. Have you used a wizard to create the page?
FUNCTION to CREATE or REPLACE fnc_two (p_in_job IN VARCHAR2)
WHERE job = p_in_job;
FOR my heart IN rec
IF v_first_name IS NULL
v_first_name: = rec.ename;
ON THE OTHER
v_first_name: = v_first_name | ',' || Rec.Ename;
SQL > SELECT fnc_two ('CLERK')
2 FROM dual;
SELECT fnc_two ('CLERK')
ERROR on line 1:
ORA-06502: PL/SQL: digital or value error: character string buffer too small
ORA-06512: at the 'APPS '. FNC_TWO', line 17
SQL > select distinct work of emp
v_first_name: = v_first_name | ',' || Rec.Ename;
The above statement is the original error. The value has been assinged to v_first_name is larger than the computer can handle.
Increase the size of the variable v_first_name to avoid the error example
v_first_name varchar2 (100);
We have a package customized for FTP PLSQL.
I get ORA-06502: PL/SQL: digital or value error: character string buffer too small when the FTP service running.
The FTP function call the HOST function that is in fact to launch the above mentioned error.
Here is the code for FTP and HOST functions.
FUNCTION HOST(text_in IN VARCHAR2, result_out IN OUT VARCHAR2) RETURN BOOLEAN IS ret boolean; drun boolean; hid number; BEGIN dbms_output.put_line('host1 begin'); ret := HOST(text_in,result_out,hid,drun,1); if not drun then dbms_output.put_line('not derun'); return false; end if; dbms_output.put_line('after if'); return ret; END HOST;
FUNCTION GET_ENV(env IN VARCHAR2) RETURN VARCHAR2 IS res boolean; out varchar2(256); BEGIN res := HOST('echo '||env,out); return out; END GET_ENV;
FUNCTION HOST(text_in IN VARCHAR2, result_out IN OUT VARCHAR2, hostid IN OUT NUMBER , demrunning IN OUT boolean, maxlines IN NUMBER DEFAULT NULL) RETURN BOOLEAN IS tempid number; tempstat varchar2(10); n number; m number; retry number; mult number; timestamp_date date; lv_result_out varchar2(200); BEGIN --result_out := NULL; --fcxh76 demrunning := true; dbms_output.put_line('host2 begin'); select XXAR_SHELL_CMD_S.nextval into tempid from dual; hostid := tempid; dbms_pipe.pack_message(tempid); n := dbms_pipe.send_message('CMD'); dbms_pipe.pack_message(abs(maxlines)); dbms_pipe.pack_message(rtrim(text_in)); n := dbms_pipe.send_message ('CMD'||rtrim(to_char(tempid)),0); m := dbms_pipe.receive_message('CMDSTAT'||rtrim(to_char(tempid)),5); if m = 1 then demrunning := false; dbms_output.put_line('m=1'); result_out := 'ERROR : GLCC0005 presumed not running'; dbms_output.put_line('result_out - '||result_out); return FALSE; elsif m = 0 then dbms_pipe.unpack_message(tempstat); end if; if tempstat = 'ERROR' then dbms_output.put_line('tempstat = ERROR'); result_out := NULL; dbms_output.put_line('after result out'); return FALSE; end if; <<CHECK_AGAIN>> m := dbms_pipe.receive_message('RSLT'||rtrim(to_char(tempid)),0); if m <> 0 then goto CHECK_AGAIN; end if; if m = 0 then dbms_pipe.unpack_message(result_out); dbms_pipe.purge('RSLT'||rtrim(to_char(tempid))); return TRUE; else result_out := 'ERROR : Call to GLCC0006 failed'; return FALSE; end if; END HOST;
Here is the PLSQL block that I will carry out and also the output on this block
FUNCTION FTP (program_name in VARCHAR2, source_file in VARCHAR2, dest_file in VARCHAR2 default NULL) RETURN BOOLEAN AS fd utl_file.file_type; res boolean; res1 boolean; out varchar2(256); out1 varchar2(256); ftp_dnsname varchar2(50); ftp_user varchar2(50); ftp_pass varchar2(50); ftp_pre_opt varchar2(150); ftp_post_opt varchar2(150); ftp_override varchar2(150); destination_file varchar2(50); ftp_command varchar2(2000); ftp_main varchar2(2000); proc_id varchar2(10); fderr varchar2(100); rec varchar2(1024); temp_buf varchar2(100); base_source varchar2(100); log_dir varchar2(100) := get_env('$APPLCSF')||'/log'; fndc_logfile_dir varchar2(100) := 'FNDC_LOGFILE_DIR'; i number ; ftp_tried boolean; begin ftp_tried := false; dbms_output.put_line('begin'); for ftp_rec in ( select attribute1, attribute2, attribute3, attribute4, nvl(attribute5,' ') attribute5, nvl(attribute6,' ') attribute6, nvl(rtrim(attribute7),'put') attribute7 from fnd_flex_values where flex_value_set_id in (select flex_value_set_id from fnd_flex_value_sets where flex_value_set_name = 'CPC_FTPS' ) and flex_value like program_name ) LOOP dbms_output.put_line('Looping'); ftp_tried := true; ftp_dnsname := ftp_rec.attribute1; ftp_user := ftp_rec.attribute2; ftp_pass := ftp_rec.attribute3; destination_file := ftp_rec.attribute4; if dest_file is not null then destination_file := dest_file; end if; if destination_file is null then destination_file := base_name(source_file); end if; ftp_pre_opt := ftp_rec.attribute5; ftp_post_opt := ftp_rec.attribute6; ftp_override := lower(ftp_rec.attribute7); dbms_output.put_line('host'); res := HOST('echo $$',proc_id); dbms_output.put_line('proc_id - '||proc_id); dbms_output.put_line('after host'); base_source := rtrim(base_name(source_file)); dbms_output.put_line('host 1'); res := HOST('> '||log_dir||'/ftpcmd.'||proc_id || ' ; chmod 777 '||log_dir||'/ftpcmd.'||proc_id,out1); dbms_output.put_line('host 2'); res := HOST('> '||log_dir||'/ftpmain.'||proc_id || ' ; chmod 777 '||log_dir||'/ftpmain.'||proc_id,out1); dbms_output.put_line('host 3'); res := HOST('> '||log_dir||'/ftplog.'||proc_id || ' ; chmod 777 '||log_dir||'/ftplog.'||proc_id,out1); dbms_output.put_line('host completed'); ...... ...... ......
declare lv_ftp_result boolean; begin lv_ftp_result := u.FTP('XXAR_REV_PA', ' ' || '/u07/app/qaoa083a/data/outgoing/xxar/PARECREV' || '/' || 'REVENUE_20120319014318.dat','REVENUE_20120319014318.dat'); IF lv_ftp_result THEN dbms_output.put_line('True'); ELSE dbms_output.put_line('False'); END IF; exception when others then dbms_output.put_line('in exception - '||sqlerrm); end;
The flow of execution goes like this:
host1 begin host2 begin m=1 result_out - ERROR : GLCC0005 presumed not running not derun begin Looping host host1 begin host2 begin m=1 in exception - ORA-06502: PL/SQL: numeric or value error: character string buffer too small
1 FTP function called from PL/SQL block
2 inside of the FTP service, the Sub statement calls the HOST function
3. This HOST function in turn calls another function of overloaded HOST (code shown above).
log_dir varchar2(100) := get_env('$APPLCSF')||'/log';
4. in the function overloaded with the HOST, the following statements are executed successfully, and FALSE is returned by the function
5. the remaining code in the FTP service is running and the HOST function is called again using the Sub statement
dbms_output.put_line('m=1'); result_out := 'ERROR : GLCC0005 presumed not running'; dbms_output.put_line('result_out - '||result_out);
6.again, this HOST function in turn calls another function of overloaded HOST (code posted above).
res := HOST('echo $$',proc_id);
7. this time, in the function overloaded host, ORA-06502 is thrown when the following statement is executed and the execution stops here that this exception is unhandled.
This statement is very successfully in the previous call to the function of HOST (step 4), but it fails now.
result_out := 'ERROR : GLCC0005 presumed not running';
Any idea on why this error occurs in this scenario? Because the issue of memory?
Oracle Database 11g Enterprise Edition Release 184.108.40.206.0 - 64bit Production PL/SQL Release 220.127.116.11.0 - Production
Published by: Anthony Alix on March 20, 2012 08:53
HOST (1) calls the function of MODERATOR (2) with his second parameter as result_out
The first time you call the function of host (1) in the function get_env you use
... out varchar2(256); BEGIN res := HOST('echo '||env,out); ...
out is big enough varchar2 (256)
The second time you call (1) HOST of the FTP function as:
... ftp_main varchar2(2000); proc_id varchar2(10); fderr varchar2(100); ... ... res := HOST('echo $$',proc_id); dbms_output.put_line('proc_id - '||proc_id); ...
Here, use you proc_id which is varchar2 (10)
And it's not big enough!
Is any idea available in the process of disassembly of the table or restore the line to line 22?
I see a bunch of discussions on the subject, but no clear solution/answer...
What could be the causes of this error?
I had two process of disassembly on the level now, and one of them had failed with this error. Displacement of the failure of the process of disassembly compared to the level of the suite for the level of performance of test unit solved the error for a while, but after some more dragging the process of disassembly of the table (with about 500 cases) is permanent.
Well, had to create a bug officially... I hope this helps...
Bug 19696042 : UNIT TEST: disassembly of THE TABLE or LINE RESTORE failed: ORA-06502: STRING BUFFER TOO SMA
I have apex user 4.2.3 with enterprise database edition 11, I page include RICH TEXT EDITOR, when I add data to this text and save it will record successfully and when I try to view this information in another page I see all the data, as expected, the problem when I try to go to the same page as RICH TEXT EDITOR error message apper ORA-06502 : PL/SQL: digital or value error: buffer string too small, I see this link https://forums.oracle.com/thread/2461151?tstart=0 but I don't know how it solve it, the problem is made data at the point of the rich text editor.
Thanks for the reply,
Its standard form with text rich field, my question she same as link above I added before
Name Null? Type
----------------------------------------- -------- ------------
THE APPLICATION NUMBER
SYS XML_DOC. XMLTYPE
insert into SEND_file (XML_DOC, REQUEST)
, XMLElement ("project", "A")
, XMLElement ("Report", to_char (sysdate,'YYYY-MM-DD HH24:MI:SS'))))
, XMLElement ("recordCount", count (REQUEST))
XMLElement ("Name", "Name")
, case when 'cCode' is not null then
XMLElement ("cCode", "cCode") end
XMLElement ("lNumber", "lNumber")
XMLElement ("boxes", "boxes")
Test_data_table GROUP on request
It works fine,
but I want to add/concat ' <? XML version = "1.0" encoding = "UTF-8"? > ' this text to the above query
as select ' <? XML version = "1.0" encoding = "UTF-8"? > ' | XMLElement ("value",
XMLElement ("request", ASK)... the rest of the query, and then
I get this error message
ORA-19011: too small character string buffer
could you please let me know how can I cancat the value, as I have said that I have no problem same length is more than 4000, but now certain that the limits of XML type
select xmlroot(xmlelement("HI", 'hi'),version '1.0" encoding="UTF-8') from dual
select xmltype(''||xmlelement("HI", 'hi')) from dual
Published by: Edward on July 12, 2011 11:58
I have a problem (ORA-19011) with a query that contains the data for each line through xmlagg().
You can find the query below. It works very well, until the t2.data aggregate becomes too big - that's when I get the error ORA-19011.
can someone give me a clue how to solve this problem through sql?
If not, can someone tell me what setting I have to adjust in the server-config to avoid this problem?
Thank you very much!
() .extract('//text () ') ORDER BY t2.data
FROM table2 t2
WHERE t2.foreign_id = t1.id
) In the form of data
FROM table1 t1
Please always provide your version of db up to 4 digits!
You can try:
select (select rtrim (xmlagg (xmlelement (e, (t2.data)).extract ('//text()') order by t2.data).getclobval (), ', ') from table2 t2 where t2.foreign_id = t1.id) as data from table1 t1 /
It comes to Apex 4.2. We try to create an interactive report. The report is for something similar at a follow-up time. We try to concat a comments column as the sum of the hours. For example,.
Select TASK_NAME, sum (HOURS), to_char (XMLAGG (XMLELEMENT(E,E.COMMENTS ||) ' : ')). Extract ('//Text ()'). GETSTRINGVAL()) USER_COMMENTS of...
This query works fine if we seek only to a window of 1 week. The question that we live, when we expand the scope of the query to include data from 3 months, we hit ORA-06502 interactive report. If we remove this column from the interactive report, then the report works very well.
Anyone has any ideas on how we might be able to work around this problem? I'm guessing we're reached the limit of 32 k on the report. Ideally, we would show just the last X number of comments and then have a link to show all comments
Any help would be appreciated
ListAGG raises an ORA-01489 for varchar2 > 4000 bytes
OP has an ORA - 06502--> IR is running within a limit of 4 k / 32 k.
quick fix: wrap USER_COMMENTS ListAGG in a substr (..., 1, 4000)
Longer solution, use a subquery to modify comments based on ROW_NUMBER() (IE after the nth line, change the null)
with -- simulating data t as (select task_id, sysdate - lv as date_entered ,round(dbms_random.value(1,24)) hours , '-*' || lv || '.' || task_id || '*-' as user_comments from ( select level as task_id from dual connect by level <=10 ), (select level lv from dual connect by level < 1000) ), -- modify data modified_data as ( select task_id, hours, date_entered ,case when row_number() over (partition by task_id order by date_entered desc) < 5 then user_comments else null end USER_COMMENTS from t) select task_id, sum(hours) total_hours, listagg( user_comments ) within group (order by date_entered desc) || case when count(*) >= 5 then '! MORE COMMENTS !' else null end as user_comments from modified_data group by task_id;
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