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Package Body Truncates on compile

Package Body Truncates on compile

Package Body Truncates on compile

I'm using the 8.1.7 schema manager. I added a small change to a very large package body. When I "apply", it truncates the text and lists as "invalid". It's as if it's too large. Even if I remove the change, it does the same thing. When I paste in the entire text again, it does the same thing. How do I get this recompiled in its entirety?  Thanks.  

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Programmer Systems, LLC

RE: Package Body Truncates on compile

Panic attack averted.

I removed the copy I had from the schema and re-created it using the SQL worksheet (instead of pasting it back through the schema manager) and it validated.  So then I did the same to the real McCoy.  I guess there is a byte limitation in the schema manager.

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