Subject Re: MD5 in VARCHAR
Author Roman Rokytskyy
> Is there a character set I can use to store an MD5 into a VARCHAR? I
> tried CHARACTER SET NONE and NCHAR but these do not seem to work.
> I'd rather not BASE64Encode it if at all possible. Not sure if this
> is a driver issue or a data definition problem on my part. Here's
> the exceptions I get when I try to write the value:

What is the character set you specify for connection? If it is
different than NONE, you will get transliteration errors.

Can you provide a test case, so I can quickly check why driver
complains on data truncation in first example?