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Binding Long Text to textarea

Posted on 2006-07-17
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I have an ntext field in my SQL Server database.  When binding the value to my field in the DetailsView textarea, all I get is the value "<long text>".  Any ideas why it's not showing the full text as it should?
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Hi equentin,

have you tried casting it as text in the Sql

SELECT Cast( NtextField as text ) FROM ...

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I've just tried that, and the same result I'm afraid.  Extremely odd (and more than a little frustrating!)...
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Just worked it out, and I've been a complete idiot, and (as usual) it's completely unrelated...

Thanks for the assistance anyway, and I've given you the points.
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