Stored Procedure change Field Length

In the attached Stored Procedure I would like to change the length of the Document Reference 1 field from 10 characters to 6 characters. I am unsure where in the attached script this needs to be done?
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Koen Van WielinkBusiness Intelligence SpecialistCommented:
There doesn't appear to be an attachment.
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NewFocusConsultAuthor Commented:
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Koen Van WielinkBusiness Intelligence SpecialistCommented:
It would also help if it was MSSQL code. This is in fact VB.Net by the looks of it.
But from the code it looks as if it should already be a 6 digit number. There are classes missing here so I can't be sure, but it seems the class AddFieldToDelimitedRecord takes an argument Format, which is a constant defined as NUMBER_FORMAT. From the description at the bottom of the file this should return 6 digits. But it's impossible to say without seeing the code of the class itself.
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