We're running our CRM (Version 8.0.3) on Windows with an IIS as web server. Database is Oracle. SUGAR-CRM is the only application on that server. Oracle is hosted on a separate Unix-Server in the same environment.
I use the SUGAR API to update my CRM data. The data for SUGAR are stored in an external database (Oracle). The JSON-call is programmed and executed in the database with PL/SQL. Currently I used the "bulk" entry point to update my CRM records.
In the same way I like to update a CLOB in the SUGAR DB (Textarea-Field, created in Studio). Content of this field is HTML. I tested this JSON-call with POSTMAN (real data and dummy "xyz"). The server response is always 500 if the data amount reaches more than 32KB . No entry, in SUGAR log nor in the PHP log.
ORACLE allow to store up to 4GB in this field.
The settings in PHP.ini are already very high (memory, max_upload etc. ) - File - php-info.
Is someone out there with a similar experience and a did find a solution?
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