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This sounds crazy but I had this problem trying to put a string into the ms access memo field and after pulling out my hair I got the data in by putting it in an array. edit: array is NOT NEEDED. just do the blob support i.e.:

$dbh->{LongReadLen} = 20000; #(change 20000 to your needs)
$dbh->{LongTruncOk}=1; #(truncate at 20000)

***update: the blob support fixes it for going in too so the array is not needed. you can put the big string in if LongReadLen is active. d'oh.

In reply to Re^3: Cannot insert into MS Access Memo field with DBI by auntie_anne
in thread Cannot insert into MS Access Memo field with DBI by drewbert2000

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