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.NET Framework execution was aborted by escalation policy because of out of memory

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Hi,

I have a SQL CLR used to read a XML file, it works fine when the file is smaller, but will give me this error if the file if bigger i.e. more than 10M.

Msg 6532, Level 16, State 49, Line 2

.NET Framework execution was aborted by escalation policy because of out of memory.

System.InvalidOperationException: Data access is not allowed in this context. Either the context is a function or method not marked with DataAccessKind.Read or SystemDataAccessKind.Read, is a callback to obtain data from FillRow method of a Table Valued Function, or is a UDT validation method.

System.InvalidOperationException:

at System.Data.SqlServer.Internal.ClrLevelContext.CheckSqlAccessReturnCode(SqlAccessApiReturnCode eRc)

at System.Data.SqlServer.Internal.ClrLevelContext.GetDatabase(SmiEventSink sink, Int32* pcbLen, IntPtr* ppwsName)

at Microsoft.SqlServer.Server.InProcConnection.GetCurrentDatabase(SmiEventSink eventSink)

at System.Data.SqlClient.SqlInternalConnectionSmi.Activate()

at System.Data.SqlClient.SqlConnectionFactory.GetContextConnection(


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