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RE: LotusScript ODBC String Data, right truncation error Stan Rogers 19.Jun.18 01:51 PM a Web browser Applications Development All ReleasesAll Platforms
For what it's worth, the "right truncation" error is coming from ADO, not LS, and usually indicates that the data is wider than the column you want to put it into. It has also been known to crop up with long strings (over 8000 characters) with certain database "engine" choices regardless of the table design, but that does not appear to be the case here. The probable problem is your filename data, since that's the most likely to be longer than expected.