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Alternative to using TEXT columns in memory table?
Posted by: bill
Date: August 07, 2006 05:33PM


I have two tables that I'd like to use as memory tables. One of them contains two columns whose types are "mediumtext." I understand I can't use that type in a memory table, but I can't reduce the size of that data in those columns. Does anyone know if there is a workaround for this limitation? Does this mean I can't use memory-based tables for potentially long, non-fixed-length chunks of text?

Thank you!

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