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From:Jan Steinman Date:December 3 2002 8:32pm
Subject:Re: Blob accepts LongBlob without error
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>From: "Ryan @ Common Ground . To" <Ryan@stripped>
>It seems that MySQL accepts insertion of a string into a BLOB field that is longer
> than the maximum length of the BLOB data-type and it will still accept it.
>Perhaps MySQL should output an error or at least a warning to know the string is too
> long.

I think this is a responsibility of the front-end, NOT the database.

Surely, if you're using anything but human-typed SQL to enter this data, it has a better
opportunity for data checking that the database does.

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Re: Blob accepts LongBlob without errorJan Steinman3 Dec