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Perl questions regarding Clobs we are getting ora 600 on inserts

From: Duret, Kathy <>
Date: Fri, 5 Mar 2004 10:39:04 -0600
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I am asking this for a developer, I don't know much about perl, so sorry if I miss some details. on Solaris  

The developer is trying to load some xml data into a clob column in a table. Every time he tries to insert data over 4000 characters we get: ORA-00600: internal error code, arguments: [12333], [76], [69], [32], and a core dump.  

Can't find anything on goggle or metalink.  

Is this the proper way to do this insert?  

$insert = $dbh->prepare("INSERT INTO tablename (long_column) VALUES (?)");
$insert->bind_param(1, $long_value, { ora_type => ORA_CLOB, ora_field =>
'long_column' });

Anyone got any clues or suggestions?  


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