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Supported data types in MySql



Unable to use all data types from mapped external (MySql) table in a Report Definition.
For example, you receive the following error when running the Report Definition:

** ** No enum constant

mysql Ver 14.14



HFix-10049 corrects a regression issue in Pega 7.1.6 whereby support for certain external Database column types no longer functioned as expected in comparison to earlier releases.
However, this does not imply that all Database vendor specific column data types can or will be supported by Report Definitions for external access.  For example, the MySQL ‘MEDIUMTEXT’ data type is not supported by deploying HFix-10049.
PRPC does not support MySQL as the underlying host Database platform at this time.  There is only partial support for external Report Definition access to the more common column data types.

Published January 31, 2016 - Updated October 8, 2020

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