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Size of Returned Data Package

If neither I_SAVE_IN_FILE nor I_SAVE_IN_TABLE are set, the return takes the form of packages (an internal table) of the size I_PACKAGESIZE.

The following dependencies result from the package size:

  • If the package size is negative, the return takes place in one package
  • If the package size is 0, the query is executed in parallel if possible, and the result is returned in packages of the default package size
  • If the package size is positive, InfoProvider processing is sequential

The package size always specifies the maximum size of a package. With MultiProviders in particular, a package might be smaller than specified although further data follows. This is the case if the last package of a PartProvider has been read, and further packages follow.

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