The error message "Error allocating or reallocating memory when fetching data. No ODBC error information available" in the node-odbc library indicates that there was an issue with allocating or reallocating memory while trying to fetch data from the database using the ODBC driver. However, the error message does not provide specific information about the underlying ODBC error that caused this issue.

This error is typically related to memory management or buffer size problems when fetching large amounts of data from the database.

To troubleshoot and resolve this issue, you can try the following steps:

  1. Check Memory Usage: Ensure that your system has sufficient memory available to handle the data being fetched from the database. If you are dealing with large result sets, consider optimizing your query or implementing pagination to fetch data in smaller batches.

  2. Upgrade ODBC Driver: Make sure you are using the latest version of the ODBC driver for your database. Sometimes, issues related to memory allocation and data retrieval are addressed in newer versions of the driver.

  3. Adjust Buffer Size: You can try adjusting the buffer size used by the ODBC driver when fetching data. This can be done by setting the fetchSize property in the connection configuration. For example:

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    const connectionConfig = { // Your other connection properties... fetchSize: 100 // Adjust the buffer size as needed };
  4. Check ODBC Driver Logs: Review the logs of the ODBC driver to see if there are any additional error messages or warnings that could provide more information about the underlying issue. ODBC drivers often write logs that can help in diagnosing problems.

  5. Optimize Your Query: If you are fetching a large amount of data, consider optimizing your SQL query to limit the amount of data returned. Use appropriate filters, conditions, and indexes to narrow down the result set.

  6. Test With Smaller Data Set: Try fetching a smaller data set to see if the issue persists. If the error occurs only with larger data sets, it may indicate a memory-related problem.

If the issue persists after trying these steps, consider reaching out to the maintainers of the node-odbc library or the support resources for the specific ODBC driver you are using for further assistance. They may be able to provide more specific guidance based on your setup and configuration.

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