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Spool large XML in SQL*PLUS.

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I am trying to spool an XML file output in SQL*PLUS. It is cutting off after spooling a few rows, making the XML file incomplete. How to resolve it?

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Sudhakar.
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Check out the LONG sqlplus setting:
set long 100000000
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It worked! I set both long and longchunksize to 100000000 just in case. It spooled the output without cutting.

Thank you!
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