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Long Varchar - when will it no longer be supported?

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Helpful folks,

I recently applied fixpacks to our test server to bring it from V8.1.3
up to V8.2.2. Everything seemed to work fine except a DCOM component
that deals with Long Varchar column on one of our tables. I was
wondering if V8.2.2 no longer supports Long Varchar columns. Does
anyone know if this data type has been 'decommissioned'?

Any help or feedback would be greatly appreciated.
Thanks,
Sean

Nov 12 '05 #1
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Scav wrote:
Helpful folks,

I recently applied fixpacks to our test server to bring it from V8.1.3
up to V8.2.2. Everything seemed to work fine except a DCOM component
that deals with Long Varchar column on one of our tables. I was
wondering if V8.2.2 no longer supports Long Varchar columns. Does
anyone know if this data type has been 'decommissioned'?

Any help or feedback would be greatly appreciated.
Thanks,
Sean

No, LONG VARCHARs are still supported.
Since DB2 exists data types were added, never 'decommissioned'.

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Anton Versteeg
IBM Netherlands
Nov 12 '05 #2

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