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Error 'Operation cancelled by user request' seen with JDBC Driver while reading blob data from Oracle German database

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TitleError 'Operation cancelled by user request' seen with JDBC Driver while reading blob data from Oracle German database
URL Name000053547
Article Number000170846
EnvironmentProduct: Connect for JDBC Oracle driver
Version: 5.1
OS: All supported platforms
Database: Oracle 11.2.0.2
Application:StreamServer
Question/Problem Description
When extracting blobs from database and putting them as separate files in a zip file, the execution just stops, and after a while there is a "Operation cancelled by user request".
Steps to Reproduce
Clarifying Information
The issue is seen only with German Oracle database and DataDirect JDBC 5.1 Driver. It is not seen with 4.0 Driver version.
Error Messagejava.sql.exception:[streamserve][Oracle JDBC Driver]Operation cancelled by user request.
Defect/Enhancement NumberDefect PSC00319081
Cause
Resolution
Fixed in hot fix 5.1.3.000188 (F000199.U000087).
Refer to “Connect for JDBC hot fix download and install instructions” for instructions on how to download and install the hot fix.
Workaround
Use old version of tool for export, new for import of data.
Notes
Last Modified Date11/12/2016 12:20 AM
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