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equals fails
Mathias Tonn
2008-01-14 06:40:15.0

the Problem that i have is the equals Function.

where = '1234567' has a length of 7. (Datatype varchar)

the statement is matching all if i write trim('1234567'.

Why ?

Re:equals fails
HXTT Support
2008-01-31 20:40:35.0
Sorry. We missed to see your post in time.

Maybe there's some spaces before or after your name value.

> has a length of 7. (Datatype varchar)
It's strange. In MS Access, it can store more than 7 character in that column since it can use compression format. But in DBF, it shouldn't happen. You can send us your sample if you think your column length is exact 7, not 8 or other bigger value.
Re:Re:equals fails
Mathias Tonn
2008-01-31 22:51:42.0
We have an foxpro database (vfp9)and work with your driver to generate an webfrontend.

The column length of 'name' is 7 (VFP data type C(9)) and the column are filled with values of length= 7. The function length() shows 7 for the content length.

I can't send the orginal database because that are personalized data. I make an example database.

Where should I put them out?
Re:Re:Re:equals fails
HXTT Support
2008-02-01 01:33:37.0
I guess that issue was an index issue. Please try to run once "reindex all on a", then your sql will be normal again.

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