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System.OutOfMemoryException When Running a Query

Posted on 2011-04-28
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Last Modified: 2013-12-23
I get a System.OutOfMemoryException When running this as a stored procedure in visual studio.net 2010 but runs in SSMS. Is there a way to get it to run properly in a visual studio application?
WITH Children(PRINTUSERNAME,StaffNumber,Senior)
			SELECT Distinct PRINTUSERNAME, StaffNumber,Senior
			From StaffPrintingDetailsInferno where StaffNumber = @Root
			UNION all
			SELECT m.PRINTUSERNAME, m.StaffNumber, m.Senior FROM StaffPrintingDetailsInferno m 
			INNER JOIN children l
			ON l.StaffNumber = m.Senior 

SELECT * FROM Children

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Question by:wolivier69
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by:Bob Learned
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When are you getting that exception?  Is this a run-time exception?  Did you install 2010 SP1?

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its when i test and execute the stored procedure. I havent put sp1 on as yet

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It works for some people but for others where the data is alot eg 3.5million lines it bombs out
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Can you give me some idea of what you are working with (attach a .png screen shot)?  I am guessing that you are using the database tools from the IDE...

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wolivier69 earned 0 total points
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decided to get the info out in a different way as what had took too much time
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by:Bob Learned
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When you have time, I would suggest look at installing SP1 (on a testbed if possible), and that error should go away (if I understand your question correctly).

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Just didnt have time to try get it to work so broke it down and tried something else

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