In the topic Tipps, Tricks And Fun all questions about other stuff, not related to the ExMeX Framework but interesting in conjunction with, are covered. Hopefully some of them are useful in your daily work.
The character length of 65k characters for the Data Vault load scripts to be generated is too small.
A test with a satellite with more than 400 columns, where the columns are 42 characters long on average, showed that the previous length of 65k characters is sufficient to generate the scripts.
The problem is not the generation itself, but that the SSMS "only" represents 65k characters per cell in the result set and cuts off the rest (see picture).
After loading the metadata, all generated Load Process Steps are stored in a database object: MetadataZone.BatchExecuteLoadProcessStep. These Load Process Steps can be extracted from the table using a command line. Execute the following command in the CMD or PowerShell:
bcp "SELECT * FROM [TEDAMOH-ExMeX-Develop].MetadataZone.BatchExecuteLoadProcessStep" QUERYOUT "C:\output.txt" -T -c -S .\SQLEXPRESS
This writes the entire contents of the table to the output.txt file. Et voila, there is the complete statement.