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MySQL Substring does not give 4000 to Oracle
Posted by: Evan Ehrenhalt
Date: June 12, 2014 10:28AM

I am using a product called Guardium to move data from a MySQL database into Oracle. I have a MySQL table which has a text field 12000 bytes in length.

I have created functions such as
"A=substring(col1,1,4000)", "B=substring(col1,4001,4000)" etc.

The Oracle columns are defined as:
A varchar(4000),
B varchar(4000)

It works great except only the first 255 characters are showing in the Oracle columns.

Is there a length limit on substring, length or other functions which might explain the 255 character problem?

Thanks,

Evan

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