DataSource Controls :: Need To Store In MS SQL Server 2005 A Vary Large Text In To One Field Of Type Nvarchar?
Feb 13, 2010
I have the following problem: I need to store in MS SQL Server 2005 a vary large text in to one field of type nvarchar(MAX), In spite of the configuration is apparently correct I keep receiving the following message in the exception: "string or binary data would be truncated".
from an Access database, I created an Excel spreadsheet. On the spreadsheet I made the adjustments I needed to and then proceeded to use the SQL Server 2005 Import/Export Wizard to import the spreadsheet into a SQL table. I then get the following error message:[Code]....
When I remove the problem columns from the import, then it works just fine. But I really need those text columns! The SQL Server columns that they are supposed to go into are varchar(MAX).
I have a requirement to have a multiline textbox that accepts any text from any language and stores this into the database for later use. I am using Linq with ASP .NET 3.5 with a SQL Server 2005 database.
1)How to convert 64base string to binary in asp.net and store into sql server.
2)when i convert 64 base string into binary & try to store it into database then it has taken so much tiime to insert. The size of 64base string is 1.5MB. and when i converted to binary then the size is 11MB.so the best way to insert the binary data into sql server. The data type of column is varbinary(MAX).
3)How can i insert the varbinary data into sql server uisng asp.net?
when i am trying to uedit my recods in gridview this error is coming. I am using SQLDatasource with gridview and for edit purpose i am using stored procedure. I have manually executed the SP and its woring fine. my SP is here
I have been messing about with this for hours surely this should be an easy task ....... I have a stored procedured that creates a invoice on a Quotetable one of the parameters is a output parameter Invoice Number this is passed to a label. (Label1) This works great.
I then need to add items to the invoice on a item table so my next stored procedure should take the value of Label1 and update the foreign key quotenumber on the itemtable with the value from label1.
On the aspx page I have a small section for a gridview which shows the current quote with however many items on it using the control
On the ASP page the control for @Quotenumber = Label1 but I get the following error
'Conversion failed when converting the nvarchar value 'Label' to data type int.'
I get this error when I am trying to concatenate the two fields in bold into one field for a datagrid.
select count(cp.iOwnerID) as enrolled,(duration + '' + duration_interval) AS Duration ,session_id,school_id as SchoolId,program_id as ProgramId,convert(nvarchar(10),session_start_date,101) as SessionStartDate, session_class_size as SessionClassSize from dbo.cnSchoolProgramSessions cn with (nolock) left join customerproduct cp on convert(datetime,convert(nvarchar(10),session_start_date,101)) = convert(datetime,convert(nvarchar(10),cp.dtPurchasedate,101)) where record_status = 1 and school_id = '" & iSchool & "' and program_id = '" & iProgram & "' and (CP.chProductNumber = '" & Me.Label5.Text & "' or CP.chProductNumber IS NULL) group by session_id, school_id, program_id,session_start_date,session_class_size,duration,duration_interval
I have a website which uses full text search. It was working fine on my web host. LAst month, I changed hosting to godaddy.com. They dont support full text search and now my website is not working properly. what change should i make in my stored procedures that they work same as they work with full text. what is alternative to full text search. I tried using LIKE but it doesnt work same way.
Does it make a difference in terms of the actual size of the database if I define one of the columns as nvarchar(100)? If there are restrictions on the form as for how much you can input, let's say 50 characters, does the db save blank spaces from character 51-100 and create a database that is larger than it would be it the column was defined as nvarchar(50)?
I'm using ASP .NET C# 3.5. I have a multiline textbox on my web form that allows for the input of up to 5,000 characters from the end-user. This text is a basic description of a training course. I need to display it out in a clearly formatted way. For example, I need there to be bullets and bold text.
What I did was I chose certain (not often used) characters and then used the .Replace method when displaying the text in an <asp:Label>. If the text in the database contains the character '~' then I replace that with a line break <br />. If it contains '`' I replace that with <b> and if it contains '^' I replace that with </b>.
Is there a better way of doing this? It is working properly, and I'm displaying the text properly, but I know the end-user is going to hate typing text like this for formatting. I do want this all to stay database driven as well
My table contains a column named visitorimage with image as the datatype. I have a stored procedure to insert an image but whenever I try to create the sp an error occurs saying"Operand type clash: nvarchar is incompatible with image". What's the problem and how to fix this?
i had the sql 2008 enterprise and i want to go back to sql server 2005 because in 2008 i created new database but when i did some changes in the table , it gave me an eror that i cant save thins and i need to creat new one if some one know what i'm talking aboutif not i need the sql server installation tutorial i tried by myself but probebly i did it wrong and now i cant connect well to the sql
i am developing an application using ASP.NET with C#.Net and SQL SERVER 2005. here i am importing data from excel sheet to database.in my excel sheet some fields have large data.and for those fields i had taken NTEXT as data type in my database.when i am trying to import the data,the fields which have large text are not inserted completly.i.e some data is missing. the field in database accepts the data upto some characters only.what would be the reason for this? and which data type can i use for inserting large data?
I have a simple query on a table to calculate the sum of a field (This field is a calculated field from within SQL 2005)SELECT SUM(RunTime) AS TotaL FROM TimeSheets.It errors out with: Error Message: Operand data char type char is invalid for sum operator.If I use the MAX or MIN function, no isssues. The data in this field is numeric.
I want to generate 30,000 cards and each card must be duplicate check with database. In my card, there are 2 things. Serial No and CardID. If any card already exists then I generate another card id but with the same serial no.
So how faster way I can generate 30,000 card with duplicate check? Which one I have made application, it takes about 25 minutes to insert.
I want to pass the Array ( object) or Structure data type value to the store procedure through ibatis .net. I can do same by commandtext using SQLDBType.Structure. I am using Table value function in sql server 2008 and .Net 2010.