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Can you please confirm that the information @MarqueeCrew posted has been verified and set on your SQL servers? The error being thrown is coming from Oracle and as was stated "This issue occurs when SQLNET.SEND_TIMEOUT is not set in the server side." "
To resolve this issue, add SQLNET.SEND_TIMEOUT=<seconds> to sqlnet.ora on the server side.
I was running into a similar issue and followed the strategy that @TPR used to resolve the problem. I removed the Formula tool before the data was streamed into the DB and used an Formula In-DB tool to create the field. I can't explain why, but this worked for me.
I am facing the same bad packet error while trying to load the data from one database to another. Even tried setting the timeout parameter in SQLNET.ora and loading from .csv. Please let me know if there are any other options
The error is being returned from the Oracle database. Based on further information I have found on this issue, it looks like that timeout setting that you mention needs to be addressed locally as well as on the Enterprise level if your database is not local. https://community.oracle.com/thread/4064411.
@mythilip a couple of things to check. If you are not able to resolve the issue, please reach out to our Support to assist at firstname.lastname@example.org.
This error can be difficult to troubleshoot have you have seen. The issue may have to do with data types especially if you are able to read and write from other tables and are able to write to a .csv. So you may want to confirm your data types and adjust.
This also could be a network issue where for some reason writing to that table is taking some time and the call gets interrupted.
As you mentioned the issue can be the sqlnet, but if you have looked at this it may not be that.
In many cases with this issue the information above is typically the issue. If you are not finding this as the issue please submit a case with sample data and a detailed description. You can also reference this post.