The type was already set to "text".
The problem isn't at the mysql level but at the
form/php level. The insert statement that is formed
extracting the values from the form is only giving
that part of the url or comments.
--- Dan Brunner <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> What is your field length???
> You should set the column type to text.
> On Oct 10, 2003, at 10:27 AM, [EMAIL PROTECTED]
> >> I have a form that includes two text areas that
> >> multiple rows. The first textarea (rows=2,
> cols=50) is
> >> used to insert a pretty long url, while the
> >> (rows=5, cols=50) is used for inserting free text
> >> (comments).
> >> When I process the form to create the mysql
> >> statement, the values inserted for both those
> >> areas get cut off after the end of each row.
> >> How can I get the script to process the full
> >> thanks
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