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When using Syntax 1 of the FORWARD TO statement via EXECUTE IMMEDIATE to send a big fat SQL statement to a remote database, is there a formula for calculating the maximum size of the SQL statement that can be sent?

In this old question-and-answer Nick Elson seems to indicate that it is the source database page size less 88 bytes.

asked 02 Mar '12, 16:26

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Interesting limit - may this be connected to the data limit one can pass to other connections via the MESSAGE statement?

It' Saturday - time to guess - Monday may bring an answer:)

BTW: Are you sure this question should not be tagged with neither "debugging" nor "performance"?

(03 Mar '12, 09:55) Volker Barth
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Tag away, Volker... you know how much I care about tags :)

(03 Mar '12, 11:13) Breck Carter
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