[AccessD] Nvarchar(max)

Anita Smith anita at ddisolutions.com.au
Fri Jul 2 02:05:04 CDT 2021

I will try with various values and report back.

Anita Smith

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From: Gustav Brock via AccessD <accessd at databaseadvisors.com>
Date: 2/7/21 16:43 (GMT+10:00)
To: Access Developers discussion and problem solving <accessd at databaseadvisors.com>
Cc: Gustav Brock <gustav at cactus.dk>
Subject: Re: [AccessD] Nvarchar(max)

Hi Anita

A second thought: Is it only the use of max in nvarchar(max) that exposes the issue, or would any value of n in nvarchar(n) larger than some value also expose the issue?


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Fra: AccessD <accessd-bounces+gustav=cactus.dk at databaseadvisors.com> På vegne af Anita Smith
Sendt: 2. juli 2021 08:12
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Emne: Re: [AccessD] Nvarchar(max)

I have cracked open a new day and with it, a clearer head.

These are my findings:

Long story short - no matter the versions of Access and SQL server the nvarchar(max) issue persisted and always went away if I changed the field size to nvarchar(1000).

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