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Problem in RFX_Text (CRecordset) While more than 256 char.

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Is there a better way than RFX_Text to handle large data fields? using CRecordset..
RFX_Text defaults to 255 characters maximum, I need to set this higher for a Memo field.
I think this is a documented error in MFC.
When i enter the data more than 255 char into the field it breaks. Hope anyone can help me.
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In terms of fixing the code, as you mention you can change the max. characters using something like....

RFX_Text(pFX, _T("[VARIABLE]"), m_Variable, 10000);

where the length you specify is 10000. I am currently using this for a record set talking to SQL Server, which has no concept of memo fields and *always* requires a maximum length to be set.

I don't believe there is another way of doing this, since I imagine other databases work in a similar way to SQL Server
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by:manuelfrancis
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Thanks Darren_Simons,

Your answer is quite right and helped me too...
The same answer is there in the VC help and MSDN CD but i did't seen that before.

Thanks once again.

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