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I am using a prog. built with powerbuilder and I keep getting an [ODBC][DATA TRUNCATED] error. Is there a way to get around this ?
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That happened because the application have a datawindow with a text field with a dimension less of the same in the database.
When the field in the database store a value with a number of character greater of that in the datawindow, the application get the error "data truncated".
If you can't modify the application the only solution is find the field that generate the error and truncate the text of all row at the greatest dimension of the field in the datawindow
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Thanks for the prompt response. I actually didn't build this program but our ISD dept is sometimes less than willing to help. Thanks Again Danipro.
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