|Subject||Re: [Firebird-Java] Re: How to enable logging in JayBird|
Thanks for the information. Actually... my column is varchar(1200) so
I havn't made a stupid error. column definition is what I checked first
I will dig into the problem, and If I find that this is jaybird related I will post
----- Original Message -----From: Roman RokytskyySent: Wednesday, March 05, 2003 2:30 PMSubject: [Firebird-Java] Re: How to enable logging in JayBirdHi,
> I want to enable logging via log4j
> what parameters I must pass to jaybird driver to enable this feature
Use -DFBLog4j=true option when starting JVM. Also be sure to have the
logging enabled in log4j configuration.
> Actually I am tracing a problem with borlands db components
> every update or insert containing table columnt varchar which length
> is more than 255 characters fail complaining about truncating
If your column is defined as VARCHAR(255) and you are
inserting/updating more than 255 characters, that's exactly the
message you will get.
VARCHAR(255) defines a character column that can contain strings,
length of which is not more than 255 characters, but can be less.
CHAR(255) defines a character column that contains strings, length of
which is exactly 255 characters, shorter strings are padded with
spaces to get specified length.
If you need a string that can grow, use BLOB SUB_TYPE 1, this is
equivalent to MEMO type.
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