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Just don't try to save anything into a field that is too short to store the
value. Doesn't make too much sense, since what doesn't fit into the field
would be cut off anyways. If you need this, have your application either
restrict the input field length or cut the extensive part off before you
store it to the database.
On Friday 27 February 2004 11:00 pm, Rajat Katyal wrote:
> Whenever i try to insert the data, size of which is greater than that of
> column datatype size, I got the exception value too long for.....
> However this was not in postgresql7.2.
> Can anyone please tell me, is there any way so that i wont get this
> exception. Please help me as soon as possible
> Thanks in advance.
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