Q. Finally! SQL server and the 255 character limit resolved. 5/15/01
Justin James tells us:
I found the solution for the SQL Server 255 character limit when using ocxQmail directly from with a SQL stored procedure. Your "Another SQL Example" sample already has the solution but it does not appear that it is known that it is there. The solution is to pass the body of the message into the stored procedure as a text data type instead of declaring a local varchar data type variable greater than 255 characters.
See also ocxQmail SQL
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