You're working in the correct part of XML-DBMS
(Parameters.setStringParameter). You might be able to avoid your
problems by using setAsciiStream or setUnicodeStream instead of using a
CLOB. For untested code, see:
Helen Cain wrote:
> Does anyone know how to solve the 4000 character problem in oracle using xml dbms. I have tried changing the columns to CLOB, then altering the source code in Parameters.java to insert a string/clob value into a clob table, but I get errors.
> You can successfully insert a string value into a clob using p.setString(number, value), but you are only allowed to insert upto 4000 characters.