Re: Adding long text to a text field generates an error

From: "Hiroshi Inoue" <inoue(at)tpf(dot)co(dot)jp>
To: "'Ben Ramsey'" <br(at)benandliz(dot)com>
Cc: "'Jeff Eckermann'" <jeff_eckermann(at)yahoo(dot)com>,<pgsql-odbc(at)postgresql(dot)org>
Subject: Re: Adding long text to a text field generates an error
Date: 2004-01-21 21:46:09
Message-ID: 027b01c3e067$fb439730$3d283ddb@PbgX
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Please try the dll at
http://www.geocities.jp/inocchichichi/psqlodbc/ .

regards,
Hiroshi Inoue

> -----Original Message-----
> From: Ben Ramsey
>
> It seems that I /was/ a bit to optimistic, indeed.
>
> Here's the problem I'm having now, and I didn't know this was
> a problem
> until I heard it from the client. The problem is that I can *update*
> records just fine after setting the Max LongVarChar above 8190, but I
> cannot *add* new records. I get this error instead:
>
> Microsoft OLE DB Provider for ODBC Drivers error '80004005'
> can't alloc Desc Handle yet
> /cora/coraModules/news/newsUpdate.asp, line 1054
>
> When I set the value back to 8190, I can add new records and update
> records just fine (as long as I don't go over that value).
>
> Here's the code I'm using to add new records (keep in mind
> that this is
> ASP using ADO to update the database--do not me to switch it to a SQL
> statement, it still will not work, as I have already tried):
>
>
> Set DBConn = Server.CreateObject("ADODB.Connection")
> DBConn.Open "DSN=DatasourceName;UID=username;PWD=password;"
>
> Set NewsRS = Server.CreateObject("ADODB.Recordset")
> NewsRS.CursorLocation = adUseServer
> NewsRS.CursorType = adOpenKeyset
> NewsRS.LockType = adLockOptimistic
> NewsRS.Open "tblNews", DBConn, , , adCmdTable
> NewsRS.AddNew
>
> NewsRS("DateAdd") = Now
> NewsRS("Keywords") = Keywords
> NewsRS("DateModified") = Now
> If (StrComp(ArtType,"1") = 0) Then
> NewsRS("News") = 1
> Else
> NewsRS("News") = 0
> End If
> If (StrComp(ArtType,"2") = 0) Then
> NewsRS("Topic") = 1
> Else
> NewsRS("Topic") = 0
> End If
> If (StrComp(ArtType,"3") = 0) Then
> NewsRS("Review") = 1
> Else
> NewsRS("Review") = 0
> End If
> NewsRS("ReleaseDate") = ValidDate
> NewsRS("Title") = ArtTitle
> If ArtPDF Then
> NewsRS("PDFLink") = 1
> Else
> NewsRS("PDFLink") = 0
> End If
> NewsRS("PDFURL") = ArtPDFFile
> If (StrComp(ArtCopyType, "HTML", vbTextCompare) = 0) Then
> NewsRS("FormatHTML") = 1
> Else
> NewsRS("FormatHTML") = 0
> End If
> If (StrComp(ArtCopyType, "Text", vbTextCompare) = 0) Then
> NewsRS("FormatText") = 1
> Else
> NewsRS("FormatText") = 0
> End If
> If ArtPressRelease Then
> NewsRS("PressRelease") = 1
> Else
> NewsRS("PressRelease") = 0
> End If
> If ArtCalendar Then
> NewsRS("Calendar") = 1
> Else
> NewsRS("Calendar") = 0
> End If
> If ArtHome Then
> NewsRS("HomePage") = 1
> Else
> NewsRS("HomePage") = 0
> End If
> If ArtRevised Then
> NewsRS("Revised") = 1
> NewsRS("RevisedOn") = ValidRevisedDate
> Else
> NewsRS("Revised") = 0
> End If
> NewsRS("ArticleCopy") = ArtCopy
>
> NewsRS.Update
>
> NewsRS.Close
> Set NewsRS = Nothing
> DBConn.Close
> Set DBConn = Nothing
>
>
> Line 1054 is NewsRS.Update. ArticleCopy is the "text" column in the
> database.
>
>
> Here is the SQL code I've dumped from PostgreSQL for "tblnews":
>
> CREATE TABLE tblnews (
> id serial NOT NULL,
> keywords character varying(255),
> dateadd timestamp without time zone,
> datemodified timestamp without time zone,
> news boolean DEFAULT 'f',
> topic boolean DEFAULT 'f',
> review boolean DEFAULT 'f',
> releasedate timestamp without time zone,
> revised boolean DEFAULT 'f',
> revisedon timestamp without time zone,
> title character varying(255),
> pdflink boolean DEFAULT 'f',
> pdfurl character varying(255),
> pressrelease boolean DEFAULT 'f',
> calendar boolean DEFAULT 'f',
> homepage boolean DEFAULT 'f',
> enteredby character varying(50),
> formattext boolean DEFAULT 'f',
> formathtml boolean DEFAULT 'f',
> articlecopy text
> );
>
>
> Here are the settings I have for my DSN (ODBC settings):
>
> Disable Genetic Optimizer (checked)
> KSQO (Keyset Query Optimization) (checked)
> Recognize Unique Indexes (checked)
> Use Declare/Fetch (unchecked)
> CommLog (unchecked)
> Parse Statements (unchecked)
> Cancel as FreeStmt (unchecked)
> MyLog (unchecked)
> Unknown Sizes = Maximum
> Text As LongVarChar (checked)
> Unknowns As LongVarChar (unchecked)
> Bools As Char (checked)
> Max Varchar = 254
> Max LongVarChar = 163800
> Cache size = 100
> SysTable Prefixes = dd_;
> Read Only (unchecked)
> Show System Tables (unchecked)
> LF <-> CR/LF conversion (checked)
> Updateable Cursors (checked)
> bytea As LO (unchecked)
> Row Versioning (unchecked)
> Disallow Premature (unchecked)
> True is -1 (unchecked)
> Server side prepare (unchecked)
> Int 8 As = default
> Protocol = 7.X,6.4+
> OID Options: Show Column (unchecked)
> OID Options: Fake Index (grayed out; unchecked and unable to check)
> Connect settings (empty)
>
>
> The client is very antsy about this and wants it fixed ASAP.
> Any ideas?
> -Ben
>
>
>
> Ben Ramsey wrote:
> > Jeff Eckermann wrote:
> >
> >> We haven't established that this works, yet ;-)
> >
> >
> > Guess I was a bit too optimistic. ;)
> >
> > Well, I tried unchecking it, then I tried setting the value higher.
> > Nothing seemed to work. Then, I got the nifty idea to
> restart IIS, and
> > it work! It appears that unchecking it doesn't do
> anything. So, I had
> > to just set it to an extremely high value. That did the job.
> >
> > Thanks!
> >
> > -Ben
>
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