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icon5.gif  no change in rows(sqlldr) [message #574224] Tue, 08 January 2013 02:59 Go to next message
nikhilprakash88
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Hi,

when i was loading a large file sqlldr is committing after every record, when i used

OPTIONS(bindsize=20000000, readsize=20000000 , rows=200)
LOAD DATA
LENGTH SEMANTICS CHARACTER
APPEND
INTO TABLE TABLE_NAME
TRAILING NULLCOLS
(
..
)
still the same.. no change at all..

please help..
Re: no change in rows(sqlldr) [message #574225 is a reply to message #574224] Tue, 08 January 2013 03:00 Go to previous messageGo to next message
nikhilprakash88
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Log says:

Number to load: ALL
Number to skip: 0
Errors allowed: 50
Bind array: 1 rows, maximum of 20000000 bytes
Continuation: none specified
Path used: Conventional
Re: no change in rows(sqlldr) [message #574241 is a reply to message #574224] Tue, 08 January 2013 03:48 Go to previous messageGo to next message
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Quote:
still the same.. no change at all..


No change compare to what?

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Re: no change in rows(sqlldr) [message #574244 is a reply to message #574241] Tue, 08 January 2013 03:50 Go to previous messageGo to next message
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i mean commit point should be 200 rows but as log says Bind array: 1 rows, maximum of 20000000 bytes it is still 1 row
Re: no change in rows(sqlldr) [message #574247 is a reply to message #574244] Tue, 08 January 2013 04:03 Go to previous messageGo to next message
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Guess: you have a LONG or a LOB in your table.

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Re: no change in rows(sqlldr) [message #574251 is a reply to message #574247] Tue, 08 January 2013 04:11 Go to previous messageGo to next message
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no i dont have that in my table.. only CHAR and DATE..
Re: no change in rows(sqlldr) [message #574260 is a reply to message #574251] Tue, 08 January 2013 05:01 Go to previous messageGo to next message
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Post the complete control file and description of the table.

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Re: no change in rows(sqlldr) [message #574264 is a reply to message #574260] Tue, 08 January 2013 05:58 Go to previous messageGo to next message
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OPTIONS(DIRECT=FALSE,PARALLEL=TRUE,ROWS=30000,BINDSIZE=20970000)
LOAD DATA
LENGTH SEMANTICS CHARACTER
APPEND
INTO TABLE AR_DISE_LN
TRAILING NULLCOLS
(  
  unix_filename   		CONSTANT 'UNIXFILENAME',
  unix_fileid          	CONSTANT 'FILEIDFIC',
  fic_recnum      		recnum,
  USER_ID                   POSITION(1:10),
  TRANSACTION_NUMBER        CHAR(22),
  DOCUMENT_CIE              CHAR(5),
  DOCUMENT_TYPE             CHAR(2),
  DOCUMENT_NUMBER           CHAR(8),
  LINE_NUMBER               CHAR(7),
  ACCOUNTING_CODE           CHAR(29),
  COMPANY                   CHAR(3),
  FARE_CODE                 CHAR(6),
  SERVICE                   CHAR(6),
  SERVICE_CODE              CHAR(1),
  PARENT_SERVICE            CHAR(6),
  DISCOUNT_PLAN             CHAR(6),
  CURRENCY_CODE             CHAR(3),
  AMOUNT_SIGN               CHAR(1),
  AMOUNT                    CHAR(15),
  EXP_NAME                  CHAR(30),
  EXP_REMARK                CHAR(30),
  ADDRESS_NUMBER            CHAR(8),
  GL_DATE                   DATE   "YYYYMMDD",
  BATCH_SYSDATE             DATE   "YYYYMMDD",
  SERVICE_DATE              DATE   "YYYYMMDD",
  SUBLEDGER                 CHAR(8),
  SUBLEDGER_TYPE            CHAR(1),
  BATCH_NUMBER              CHAR(15),
  DUE_DATE                  DATE   "YYYYMMDD",
  PAYMENT_ITEM              CHAR(3),
  TAX_RATE_CODE             CHAR(10),
  GROSS_AMOUNT_SIGN         CHAR(1),
  GROSS_AMOUNT              CHAR(15),
  TAX_AMOUNT_SIGN           CHAR(1),
  TAX_AMOUNT                CHAR(15),
  VAT_AMOUNT_SIGN           CHAR(1),
  VAT_AMOUNT                CHAR(15),
  REMARK               	CHAR(30),
  STATEMENT_NUMBER          CHAR(13),
  PAYMENT_METHOD            CHAR(1),
  RCE_IDENTIFIER            CHAR(8),
  reject_key        		POSITION(*+1) char(61) TERMINATED BY "|",       -- +1 to avoid the |
  reject_comment    		POSITION(*) CHAR(600)  TERMINATED BY "|",
  reject_comment2   		POSITION(*) CHAR(600)  TERMINATED BY "|",
  reject_comment3   		POSITION(*) CHAR(600)  TERMINATED BY "|",
  reject_comment4   		POSITION(*) CHAR(600)  TERMINATED BY "|",
  reject_comment5   		POSITION(*) CHAR(600)  TERMINATED BY "|",
  reject_comment6   		POSITION(*) CHAR(600)  TERMINATED BY "|",
  reject_comment7   		POSITION(*) CHAR(600)  TERMINATED BY "|",
  reject_comment8   		POSITION(*) CHAR(600)  TERMINATED BY "|",
  reject_comment9   		POSITION(*) CHAR(600)  TERMINATED BY "|",
  reject_comment10  		POSITION(*) CHAR(600)  TERMINATED BY "|"
)




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Re: no change in rows(sqlldr) [message #574268 is a reply to message #574264] Tue, 08 January 2013 06:15 Go to previous messageGo to next message
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Please read OraFAQ Forum Guide and How to use [code] tags and make your code easier to read.
Make sure that lines of code do not exceed 80 characters when you format.
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Please post the description of the table (formatted).

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Re: no change in rows(sqlldr) [message #574269 is a reply to message #574264] Tue, 08 January 2013 06:19 Go to previous message
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The value "bindsize/<max length of a row>" is less than the value given by "rows", in this case Oracle takes "bindsize" and ignore "rows".

From documentation ("Database Utilities"):

Quote:
If the maximum bind array size is too small to accommodate the initial number of rows, SQL*Loader uses a smaller number of rows that fits within the maximum.


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