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SQLLOADER Error 524 Partial Record Found at End of Data File

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I can't seem to resolve this error.  Does anyone have any experience with it and could help me out?
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Heather
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Try adding a linfeed at the end of the last record in your sql*loader data file.
Then retry.
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Worked perfect!  Thanks again!...except now I have another error which I will report online.
SQLLOADER Error 510 Physical record in datafile is longer then the maximum (65535)
When we put the data in the control file it worked great.  But when we try to load it with the data file, that's the error we get.
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