Ah, I figured it out.
In MySQL, a BLOB column maxes out at 65,535 bytes. The template property on Form#15 is 67,389 bytes long. In Oracle, the default size for a blob is (I think) 4GB. PostgreSQL barely supports BLOB; they use an apparently infinite-length BYTEA. I guess I should use a <modifySql> block to change BLOB to MEDIUMBLOB for MySQL.
Since 1.9 isn't out yet, I assume making this change in the original changeset is okay ... besides, the subsequent changeset will not run properly if a resource is over the size limit. Right?
OpenMRS Core Developer
AMPATH / IU-Kenya Support
On Thu, Sep 8, 2011 at 4:40 PM, Jeremy Keiper <email@example.com> wrote:
Now I get the same error as Michael:
Unable to update the database. See server error logs for the full stacktrace.
There was an error while updating the database to the latest. file: liquibase-update-to-latest.xml. Error: Migration failed for change set liquibase-update-to-latest.xml::201103152243-b::jkeiper:
Reason: liquibase.exception.UnexpectedLiquibaseException: liquibase.exception.CustomChangeException: Unable to copy form metadata to form attributes table:
Caused By: liquibase.exception.CustomChangeException: Unable to copy form metadata to form attributes table:
Caused By: Unable to copy form metadata to form attributes table:
Caused By: Data truncation: Data too long for column 'value' at row 1