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Re: INSERT on MSAccess linked ODBC table : out of memory

From: postgresqlodbc(dot)domain(dot)thewild_codata(at)spamgourmet(dot)com
To: pgsql-odbc(at)postgresql(dot)org
Subject: Re: INSERT on MSAccess linked ODBC table : out of memory
Date: 2009-05-06 06:47:10
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Hiroshi Inoue a écrit :
> postgresqlodbc(dot)domain(dot)thewild_codata(at)spamgourmet(dot)com wrote:
>> Hi all !
>> I have a MSAccess 2007 frontend with linked tables on a PostgreSQL 8.3.7 
>> backend.
>> The tables are linked via ODBC with the PsqlODBC 8.03.0400 driver.
>> I use the driver's default options.
>> I am trying to run a query that inserts ~350.000 rows from a local 
>> Access table to a linked PostgreSQL table. Both tables have the same 
>> structure, so the statement is basically something like :
>> INSERT INTO mylinkedtable (field1, field2, etc...) SELECT field1, 
>> field2, etc... FROM myaccesstable;
>> The table on the postgresql server is quite simple, no trigger or rule, 
>> only a primary key and 3 indexes (btree).
>> This query runs for quite a long time (10 minutes) and fails before the 
>> end.
>> Access only shows me an "ODBC failure" message.
>> On the postgresql server (backend), I have an "ERROR: out of memory 
>> DETAIL: Failed on request of size 560".
> Please set the *Level of rollback on errors* Datasource option to
> *Transaction* if you are setting the option to *Statement*.
> You also have to relink the link table after changing the Datasource
> setting.

Is this done by setting "protocol" to 7.4-1 ? And a value of 7.4-2 is 
for "statement" ?
I could not find this in the documentation, but this is a guess from an 
automatically generated file-DSN.

Thanks a lot for your answer Hiroshi !


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