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That's an error from MS SQL Server and it does generally indicate the length of the target column is insufficient; it could also be a data type mismatch or a problem with [NOT] NULL specification. Please check your target transformations to ensure all the source/target formats are compatible.
You could also try to running with traces which may contain more details but if the MS SQL Server error message doesn't have the column name then the trace won't have it.
If you still have difficulties please open a case with IRL and upload the source and target synonyms and the flow so that they can reproduce the problem.
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