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hi,

we have a field in the backend the size of the same is 5000 characters. I'm able to fetch the vlaue of the field. Now i'm trying to assign this value of 5000 charcters to a HTML field using Field-Set Macro. I'm getting only 1024 characters in the first index of an array.

How do i accomodate the value 0f 5000 characters in a single index of a ITS array.

Kindly suggest any other alternate to assign a value of 5000 character to a HTML field.

Thnx in Advance

Vinodh

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  • Posted on Dec 14, 2004 at 11:45 AM

    Hi Vinodh,

    Please provide a code snippet to illustrate what you are doing.

    Best regards,

    Henning

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    Posted on Dec 15, 2004 at 06:26 AM

    hi Henning,

    field-set 'SIGNATURE' 1 is_bid_ui_header-zzdigital.

    where is_bid_ui_header-zzdigital is of type LCHR & length is 32000

    I am using above field-set Macro to set value of SIGNATURE field in a HTML template.

    <input type=text id="SIGNATURE" value=`SIGNATURE[1].value`>

    Though 5000 characters are fetched from the database, I getting only 1024 characters in signature field,

    Thnx in Advance

    Vinodh

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    • Hi Vinodh,

      The "field-set" macro stores the value in a table which is transferred to the ITS later. This table has only 1024 characters for the value, so you cannot store more.

      You would have to use array to store such a long value. Ugly, but there's no other way around.

      Kind regards,

      Alex

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    Posted on Dec 15, 2004 at 01:25 PM

    hi

    Thnx i have split the array and completed,

    Thnx again for your advice

    Vinodh

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