Preventing truncated property values
When data values to commit to the database contain more characters than the corresponding column width in the database table, they are truncated when the object is committed to the database table. The system puts a warning message in the Pega log, truncates the data to the column width minus 1, adds a plus sign (+) to the end of the value, and saves the revised data.
Some properties can cause the Commit method to fail when they have values that are longer than the system limits. Review the Pega log regularly to identify truncated properties. Change the column width or modify the property definition or other validation to restrict the value length.
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