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Writing a Large Data Record to a Flat file

Writing a Large Data Record to a Flat file

Writing a Large Data Record to a Flat file

We are running EnterpriseOne 9.0 Tools

I am creating an interface file in Report Writer. I have found that the largest record I can write, using the Write One Line To Flat File (B34A1010) business function, is 5000 string of characters. For the information we have to place in the file, it could be larger than this.

JD Edwards has variables that are a maximum of 30000 string of characters. Does anyone know of a business function that can write this sized field to a flat file? If not, has anyone developed a business function to handle this amount of data in a record?

Thank you for your help.

Colin Glass
Systems Analyst
Manitoba Liquor Control Commission

RE: Writing a Large Data Record to a Flat file

you may have better luck asking the question on jdelist.com, more edwards people over there..

RE: Writing a Large Data Record to a Flat file

Thanks, I posted in a number of forums, including JDEList.

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