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when we are access database with ms-access . in ms-acess the text field allow from 0 to 255 characters and he asked me how will u allow to enter 256th character in ms-access
 
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If you need more than 255 characters from Access, you will need to use a field type of Memo instead of Text.

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There's a new open source project that enables you to work with Access databases:

http://jackcess.sourceforge.net/
 
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