Hi ,
I am currently facing an issue with usage of iBATIS(to which i am new to). Hope somone(who might have faced the same issue before)  can help me out upto some extent !
There is an article already published with title ( How do I use a BLOB or CLOB ?) in FAQ section . Refer - http://opensource.atlassian.com/confluence/oss/display/IBATIS/How+do+I+use+a+BLOB+or+CLOB. This issue is absolutely similar to my problem, but after following all the steps (advised by Nathan) , i am still not able to get the solution
My detailed  problem definition is as follow-
In one of the database table , we are having  a column of type CLOB (since we wish to persist xml data into it which may exceed 4k characters]. Even after using CLOB as the data type,
I am getting the exception

--- Cause: java.sql.SQLException: Data size bigger than max size for this type: 7533

Following are the version details of softwares used -
1) Oracle database server --> Release 
2) JDBC driver  --> (which i had recently upgraded from ,based on your advise posted in this article)
I am stuck up with this issue for past couple of days, which is hampering my project's progress.
Your timely response/assistance will be highly appreciated.

Manish Behl
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