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    satish.namboodiri is offline Junior Member
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    Issue with Attunity OPTIM Thin Client 3.5

    We are using ODBC in a .Net application and trying to connect to an OPTIM database using the Attunity OPTIM thin client 3.5 for windows. The OPTIM database has a 32000 blob data.

    Now when I execute the application and my connection string is using the OPTIM Driver, I am able to pull only 4092 bytes of record for a row whereas in the OPTIM database I can see 32000 bytes of data.

    The code is in .Net and uses ODBCDataReader and ODBCDataConnection.

    I have even tried filling the data in a ODBCDataset but the same issue.

    Seems there is a issue in the Attunity Thin Client for OPTIM and there is setting to return only 4092 bytes of data for a row.

    Appreciate any help/inputs on this.

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    Costi Zaboura is offline World Wide Support Manager
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    Hi

    pls direct the call first to IBM support.
    Reason is that IBM's Optim Open Data Manager (ODM) solution contains a significant amount of IBM Optim run time. As a result, these issues need to be addressed through IBM support to ensure the entire stack is considered when analyzing run time behaviors. IBM Technical support can be reached using the following URL:


    http://www.ibm.com/software/data/data-management/optim/support/


    thx
    Costi


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    satish.namboodiri is offline Junior Member
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    Issue with Attunity OPTIM Thin Client 3.5

    We are using OPTIM Connect Driver for ODBC 3.5. Should this be redicted to IBM Support?

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    Costi Zaboura is offline World Wide Support Manager
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    yes pls you should contact them because of the reasons given before.
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