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Problems with importing from external table

Problems with importing from external table

Problems with importing from external table

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I have interbase database (version 6.0.1) in which I am importing data from an external table created from other interbase database (version 7.1)

External table is defined as

CREATE TABLE EXT_ANALITIKA EXTERNAL 'C:\External\From_AST\EXT_ASTTT.TXT' (

And stored procedure for importi9ng is defined as

CREATE PROCEDURE SET_EXT_ ASTTT
AS BEGIN

INSERT INTO ASTTT (
    *... )
SELECT *... FROM ext_ ASTTT
WHERE id not in (select id from ASTTT);

END

External table have size over 1.2GB and over 2.600.000 records.

I am using small application for importing which is scheduled to work once a day.

Every day I have somehow difference of 40.000 records between 2 tables without any visible reason.  When I start stored procedure from interbase manager manually I then can import the difference. Is something wrong with this version of interbase(6.0.1)? Maybe that version can’t support so big file size?

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