What Datatype Can Be Used to Store 10,000 Characters For a Metadata Field?
(Doc ID 761377.1)
Last updated on AUGUST 02, 2019
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You have an Oracle database with unicode encoding. All text fields are of the datatype NVARCHAR2. You want to add a new field to the system and define it as a memo type but with a size of 10,000 instead of 1024. You can update the admin server configuration to have MemoFieldSize=10000, however you cannot change the field definition in the database since the NVARCHAR2 type does not expand past 2000 characters. What datatype can you use?
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