We are inserting an XML document into a clob field in the database (oracle 220.127.116.11) through a flow service. Because it is not directly supported (as far as I know, correct me if I’m wrong), we create a temporary clob, insert the document into it, then copy it to the destination field. After that the temporary clob is deleted. The creation and freeing the clob is done through a JDBC adapter.
The problem is that the temporary clob seems to last even after we explicitly delete it. It only vanishes after the time the JDBC session from our connection expires (we are using a webMethods connection). The problem is that we receive many request on this connection and thus the connection is still active. That way after some time the temporary tablespace is fully filled and normal SQL statements cannot be executed.
Did anyone had such a problem or has any idea/solution/workaround?