Subject Re: Help! Getting error during query
Author Peter M. Jagielski

Thanks for jumping in! I don't think the problem is with your
Database Workbench - the same queries fail under ISQL as well. Just
curious - is DB Workbench just passing the queries to ISQL anyway?

In my Registration Properties for the db, the Database box contains
(for the single 6.6 gig .FDB):


For what it's worth, after I imported the 1st 1 million recs, I was
able to query just fine. But after importing the remaining 16+
million recs, I'm now having problems. I'm beginning to wonder if
there's something in the data itself that's causing the problem?
However, if so, I would have thought I would have gotten an error
during the import from the external file via INSERT INTO..SELECT...

--- In, "Martijn Tonies"
<m.tonies@u...> wrote:
> Peter,
> You mentioned you're using Database Workbench.
> Can you try the "isql" command line tool and try
> any query?
> Also, what is your entry in the "database" box of
> the database Registration Properties in Database
> Workbench. Right-click your registered database
> to get a popup menu and select the menu option
> from there.
> > I've only got my one PC. Last week I installed FB 1.5.1 over 1.5.0
> > after shutting down 1.5.0. I could try completely removing and
> > reinstalled 1.5.1. Recommended?
> >
> > As mentioned, I've got a single 6.6g .FDB file. In a previous thread
> > I started last week, this shouldn't be a problem under XP/NTFS. For
> > the hell of it, last night I reimported my data into a recreated
> > database that's broken down into 2g segments. Data imported fine, but
> > I'm still having the same query problems.
> >
> > I'm 2 days behind where I should be, and after numerous successful FB
> > projects (albeit much smaller databases), I'll have to switch over to
> > MySQL as I'm frustrated as all get out and can't spend any more time
> > troubleshooting. I'm, unfortunately, VERY disappointed with FB at
> > this point...
> No need to get frustrated... And no need to switch
> to MySQL unless you want to go back to the
> stone-age. ;-)
> With regards,
> Martijn Tonies
> Database Workbench - developer tool for InterBase, Firebird, MySQL &
> Server.
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