That's very odd. I think the first thing to do would be to try a
different parser. (I wonder if you've somehow exceeded the length of a
buffer in the parser, and the parser is so poorly written as to not
consider this situation. 75K is not very big.)
Bob Hitchins wrote:
> I am using SAX to parse through an XML file of rail car information
> (received via FTP) and load it into an Oracle database.
> The files (which all contain the same elements...in a VERY simple
> structure) come in basically 2 sizes...around 45k and around 75k.
> The problem is this...the 45k files parse and load just fine...the 75k
> files die about halfway through with a String index out of bounds
> exception IN THE SAX PARSER unless I manually break them into 2 pieces
> that are smaller. The 2 individual pieces work just fine when I do
> I am not using any arrays that are going out of bounds.
> Has anyone experienced this behavior before? If so, is there anything
> I can do to alleviate the problem?
> Thanks very much in advance!
> Bob Hitchins
> Senior I/T Business Analyst
> Cargill Fertilizer, Inc.
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