How to load CLOB data into oracle table using sql loader?

Posted on 2011-10-31
Last Modified: 2013-11-11
I have a table with 60 colums out of which the last column is a CLOB datatype, and the table has around 100 thousand rows. I need to extract it and load into a different table using sql loader. But, when i try its throwing me an error on last column saying below

Field in data file exceeds maximum length

Any ideas?
Question by:mallelaajay
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    There are a LOT of articles out there on loading CLOBs with SQL Loader.

    First two Google hits:

    If you have problems please post any errors and your sqlldr control file and some sample data if you can.

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    Got it.
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    Any reason for the 'B' grade penalty?  A 'B' means you didn't get a complete answer.
    If you needed more help you should have asked.

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