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ORA-24801 illegal parameter value in OCI lob function

Posted on 2008-10-14
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Dear Sirs,

When I try to save in a field clob the error appear (only using oracle 9i.),  using oracle 10g does work well

I am using a Visual Foxpro program!

Any idea?

Tahnks in adavance!
Jose
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The Oracle documentation has the following to say about the error ORA-24801:
"ORA-24801: illegal parameter value in OCI lob function Cause: One of the parameter values in the OCI lob function is illegal.

Action: Check every parameter in the OCI Lob function call to make sure they are correct. Offsets should be greater than or equal to one."

If you've checked, and it appears that all your parameters are coded properly and you still receive the ORA-24801, you may simply need to  upgrade the client."

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