Pretty much as described in the title. We use packet tables to stream data
from test systems. Each packet table consists of a table of compound types,
Each C is identical in size within the table (fixed size packet table), and
32 bit int
32 bit unsigned int <== 1st two ints represent a timestamp
16 bit int <== the origin of the data in the system
32 bit int
data - array N of <type>
Now, if N is <= 32760 then we can AppendPacket ok.
If N is (for example) 49000, AppendPacket fails.
Searching the forum suggests this may be related to the article by
This is not a complete killer for us yet, since such large arrays are not
currently used by our customers, BUT, 32760 is a very small number to hit as
Anyone got any ideas?
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