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We're geting an error with a report that basically calls a stored procedure on a MSSQL server.
(FOC098) LIMIT FOR TOTAL LENGTH OF ALL VERB OBJECTS EXCEEDED
It worked great before, than all of a sudden, error! the codes wasn't changed either in WF or in the stored proc.
SQL SQLMSS SET SERVER CME_CHE SET SQLENGINE = SQLMSS SQL SQLMSS EX pms_Mathilda..Rpt_RequestPayment NULL, NULL, NULL, NULL, NULL, NULL, NULL, NULL, NULL; TABLE FILE SQLOUT PRINT * ON TABLE HOLD AS SDETAILS FORMAT FOCUS END
Reverse engineer the request. I would add a ?FF command after the TABLE FILE SQLOUT statement to see how many fields came back into the SQLOUT HOLD file and what their lengths are and then compare the information to known limits for all verb objects.
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