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Informix (Have a memo Field?)

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I wan´t to know if exists in Informix Server a MEMO field
I know in ORACLE is the Long type but in Informix?
PD: I try with character, text and nothing´s happened.
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Hi,

I think it doesn't exist in INFORMIX (at least anything to store up to 2 Gb like the LONG in Oracle). However, you may try to use one (or more) VARCHAR fields; I think INFORMIX allows you to store up to 32.768 chars in this datatype.

Hope this helps,

PMT
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