Cannot sort a row of size 8098, which is greater than the allowable maximum of 8094

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Question/Problem Description

With the Connect for ADO.NET 3.0 SQL Server provider connecting to a SQL Server 2000 database, when the application executes the Connection.getSchema() method for the "Procedures" collection, the provider throws an error “Cannot sort a row of size 8098, which is greater than the allowable maximum of 8094.� SQL Server 2000 has a limitation on the row size it can sort. The DataDirect stored procedure metadata collection includes the stored procedure definition. If the procedure definition is large (around 7k), the provider will encounter this limitation.

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Defect/Enhancement NumberDEF0002776

This issue is fixed in the Connect for ADO.NET SQL Server provider.

Last Modified Date9/14/2015 2:07 AM

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