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DataMarts in Access to Oracle

DataMarts in Access to Oracle

DataMarts in Access to Oracle

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We have an access DB which we've architected into a project. When I run the Datamart, I get memory and governing errors when trying to write a table back to Oracle. The table has 1+ million records. We've tried consolidating it down to < 1 mil, but still get the errors. Tech Support is no help because they "don't support" Access. Has anyone been successful in getting this to run? I've checked every memory/governing setting on the project but nothing helps.  Suggestions are appreciated!

RE: DataMarts in Access to Oracle

What kind of errors are you getting specifically?

RE: DataMarts in Access to Oracle

you got an access table with a million records!  that's quite an impressive feat.  As Z3 notes, what error messages are you getting?

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