Microsoft OLE DB Provider for SQL Server error '80040e57'

accountManagerID= 2
assignedto=
select * from crm_accountManager where accountManagerID = 2
19-11-2003 9:53:14 AM
2003-11-19 9:53:00.000
INSERT INTO crm_notes (contactID, accountManagerID, noteDate, noteTime, noteTypeID, [note], noteDateFollowUp, noteTimeFollowUp, followUpNote) VALUES (1769, 67,CAST('2003-11-19 9:53:00.000' as smalldatetime),'', 8, 'test', '2003-12-19', '9:52:46 AM', '')
INSERT INTO crm_noteOutbound (noteID, callType, custReaction, noPurchase, price, callOutcome, term) VALUES (28235, 'general', 'other', 'expensive', 'competitive price', 'negative','Term 1')

Microsoft OLE DB Provider for SQL Server error '80040e57'

String or binary data would be truncated.

/note_action.asp, line 189


Coding should be right, just with the data base area I think could some one help?

Xenia
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arbertCommented:
This means you're passing data too the database that is too long for your defined definition.  Verify your field definitions in the database and compare the lengths with the data you're trying to insert...
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Dishan FernandoSoftware Engineer / DBACommented:
If you use
SET ANSI_WARNINGS OFF
Then Data will be truncated . But this is not good thing to do.
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arbertCommented:
Exactly--changing the ANSI settings only masks the problem.....
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Dishan FernandoSoftware Engineer / DBACommented:
Yes I agree with arbert
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