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LONG field type (Oracle) x TDBMemo

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Hi

I have a 32K text (plain text, no formatting needed) to add to a LONG field in an Oracle database. It works fine with a TDBMemo, but I can't add some additional text...
It seems TDBMemo has a 32Kbytes limit. Is that right??
Does someone have any idea to deal with that?
I tried using TDBRichEdit, but then it saves the text into RTF format, so all my reports will have to be changed...

Thanks in advance
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Question by:binho
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use a TBDRichEdit, but set the PlainText property to True. That way no changes will be needed to your data :)


HTH
DragonSlayer
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by:wlq
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Hi, only for your reference.

Once I use BDE to manipulate some .bmp fields in
Oracle database, I can never insert a picture
larger than 32k, at last I change the BLOB Size
setting in BDE Administrator, Now it works well.
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