Hi, I am storing a bunch of Twitter posts in a feature class in my geodatabse. The 10.2 geodatabase is stored in PostgreSQL 9.2 (64bit) running on Windows 7. The database encoding is UTF8 and the underlying geometry uses ST_GEOMETRY.
I am getting weird behavior with some of my feature classes, which were all created in ArcCatalog. When I try to copy it in ArcCatalog, I get "Network I/O" errors. When I try to do a searchcursor in Python, I get the following error after it iterates through N number of records.
SES_ucnv_toWChars().ucnv_toUChars() uErrorCode(15) = U_BUFFER_OVERFLOW_ERROR SES_ucnv_toWChars(): wDstStrCapacity 56 too small, need 59
However, I can see the features in both ArcCatalog and ArcMap without errors.
I am inserting records into this feature class using a PostgreSQL function and defining the geometry as ST_Point.