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From:Dan Nelson Date:March 13 2007 6:07pm
Subject:Re: How can I increase the size of the table
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In the last episode (Mar 13), Tangirala, Srikalyan said:
> I'm a newbie and I'm trying to understand how can I increase or set
> the size of the table in Oracle database. I'm trying to migrate the
> database from oracle to MySQL and was successful in that. But, few of
> the tables are not created and when I checked back in the oracle
> database, it displays the following warning.
> 
> The table GOESDBA.SAT_PARAM_VALUES contains more than 2000 rows.
> Displaying all the columns and rows of the table could be
> time-consuming

That's probably generated by whatever query tool you're using, not by
Oracle itself.  Check its documentation to see how to remove or bypass
that warning.
 
> I want to display all the columns and rows of the table but for doing
> that I understand that the size of the table has to be increased. How
> can I get over it? Any suggestions?

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	Dan Nelson
	dnelson@stripped
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tool to migrate data from oracle to mysqlAnanda Kumar12 Mar
  • Re: tool to migrate data from oracle to mysqlArun Kumar PG12 Mar
    • Re: tool to migrate data from oracle to mysqlDavid Griffiths12 Mar
  • RE: tool to migrate data from oracle to mysqlSrikalyan Tangirala12 Mar
  • Re: tool to migrate data from oracle to mysqlMartijn Tonies12 Mar
  • How can I increase the size of the tableSrikalyan Tangirala13 Mar
    • Re: How can I increase the size of the tableDan Nelson13 Mar
  • Help needed with setting size of the tableSrikalyan Tangirala13 Mar
  • RE: How can I increase the size of the tableSrikalyan Tangirala13 Mar