Attachment truncation

I have been poring over this issue for a while. I have rt 2.0.15 and apache
1.3 and oracle 8.1.7
I when someone tries to upload a pdf that is 1mb in size it is truncated to
7.8k and thus it is ruined. I have the max truncation set to the default of
10 mb and truncate long files set to undef. I have tried zipping the pdf as
well as uploading other files they all seem to be cut down to 7.8k. I am
trying to find out why this happens can any one help?

TIA
John

<>< Proverbs 3:5-6 “Trust in the Lord with all your heart and lean not on
your own understanding;
in all your ways acknowledge him, and he
will make your paths straight.”

I have been poring over this issue for a while. I have rt 2.0.15 and apache
1.3 and oracle 8.1.7
I when someone tries to upload a pdf that is 1mb in size it is truncated to
7.8k and thus it is ruined. I have the max truncation set to the default of
10 mb and truncate long files set to undef. I have tried zipping the pdf as
well as uploading other files they all seem to be cut down to 7.8k. I am
trying to find out why this happens can any one help?

So. What type are you using to represent BLOBs in your oracle8 port?

TIA
John


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in all your ways acknowledge him, and he
will make your paths straight.”


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At 11:15 AM 6/30/2003, Jesse Vincent wrote:

So. What type are you using to represent BLOBs in your oracle8 port?

CLOBs


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your own understanding;
in all your ways acknowledge him, and he
will make your paths straight.”