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bytea SQL ERROR with size

Hi,

ok, so I have pictures that I store in Postgres (7.2.4) via JDBC.
if the size of my picture is small (less than 1ko) it's ok, there is
no pb.
but I never succed to put a bigger picture.
the response is :
java.sql.SQLExc eption: ERROR: index_formtuple : data takes 211980
bytes, max is 8191... or
java.sql.SQLExc eption: ERROR: btree: index item size 2768 exceeds
maximum 2713...

it depends of the size of the picture...

I tried to use Large Object instead of bytea but, there is a
ClassCastExcept ion when I do this :
LargeObjectMana ger lobj =
((org.postgresq l.Connection)co nn).getLargeObj ectAPI();

Conclusion, I really need help. I don't see any solutions.

well, thanks for your help.
lionel
Jul 19 '05 #1
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Ok,
so i found a solultion (maybe it could help someone else):
it seems that postgres doesn't accept unique constraint on bytea of
size bigger than 1ko
if I remove the unique constraint, it's OK.
Jul 19 '05 #2

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