Dondon22 Respected Contributor.
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Incomplete String Output...

Hi! I'm using OO 10.70... I am running a loop and for every iteration I am composing an HTML Table Row so I can display later in the body of the email... The problem is it seems OO is already preventing data to be added to the string variable after so much iteration so I end up with an incomplete HTML Table... Do I need to change some setting in OO to accomplish this task? Thanks in advance! Rgds, Don
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David_Teh Respected Contributor.
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Re: Incomplete String Output...

Hello, did you try to edit the Persistence Level in the flow settings? There should be 2 values, one is Standard and the other is Extended.

I had a similar issue except mine was when I retrieved information from a website. 

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Dondon22 Respected Contributor.
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Re: Incomplete String Output...

Hi David! Tried changing the Persistence level to Extended but to no avail... flow is finishing successfully but my text variable was not completed... cut in the middle as if a restriction is set up to a certain no. of characters... Rgds, Don
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David_Teh Respected Contributor.
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Re: Incomplete String Output...

That's a shame... Hope someone else with a solution replies you!

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AndreiTruta Outstanding Contributor.
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Re: Incomplete String Output...

There shouldn't be any restriction as far as I am familiar, however for your particular situation, could you provide more info - maybe some screenshots. I wonder if you get anything in the logs.

As for the Standard vs Extended - it is explained better here and it worth checking. At runtime full chars should be used even in Standard, however truncation occurs over db persistence.

https://docs.software.hpe.com/OO/10.70/Content/Use/UseCentral/Database_health.htm?Highlight=standard 

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