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Posted on 2002-07-01
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I try to kill recording in a table (about 65000) but the request not execute. The execution is stopped and an error returned to me: 3669.
This my code :

SQLB$ = ""
SQLB$ = "DELETE FROM TICKET "
SQLB$ = SQLB$ & "WHERE datediff(day,convert(dateTime,'01/01/2002'),dtcons)>=0 "
SQLB$ = SQLB$ & "AND datediff(day,convert(dateTime,'01/02/2002'),dtcons)<=0 "
Set ds_li2 = hdb.OpenRecordset(SQLB$, dbOpenDynaset, 0, dbOptimisticValue)
 
If somebody can help me! T
hank you in advance
 ankou
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by:TimCottee
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SQLB$ = ""
SQLB$ = "DELETE FROM TICKET "
SQLB$ = SQLB$ & "WHERE datediff(day,convert(dateTime,'01/01/2002'),dtcons)>=0 "
SQLB$ = SQLB$ & "AND datediff(day,convert(dateTime,'01/02/2002'),dtcons)<=0 "
hdb.Execute SQLB$

Use the .Execute method of the database object rather than trying to open a recordset that returns no data.
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by:PNJ
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Try deleting fewer rows at a time. It may be a problem with the database trying to save the deleted rows in a (hidden) temporary table in case you want to roll back the transaction - the table gets too big and exceeds its allowed temporary space.

Add: " AND ROWNUM < 1000" to the SQL

If that works, just keep running the SQL until no rows are deleted.
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by:ldanet
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Would have it a means to enlarge this temporary table!
If yes how to make to enlarge it?
Thank you in advance!
Being ankou
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I did some research on error 3669 and this is listed as "3669: Execution Cancelled". I have run into problems with large deletes with Oracle as mentioned above, but after some more research I came up with this link which points to timeout values being too short for long running queries: http://archives.postgresql.org/pgsql-interfaces/2001-03/msg00208.php (this site can be searched, so you may want to try for yourself as well. I found this site by using Google to search for "3669 error database").

Before you try the temp table space approach, I would investigate the timeout values first.
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by:ldanet
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Thank you very much for your precious help!
I am going now to try to resolve this problem by beginning with the timeout.
Still thank you!!!!!
ankou
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