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7 years 3 months ago #3931 by g9752430
Thanks for the reply. I agree overly long urls can be off putting, however I would like to change the limit from 50.

Where can I change the database field length please?

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7 years 3 months ago #3932 by bram
in the database itself using a tool like phpmyadmin for example

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7 years 3 months ago #3933 by g9752430
Thanks Bram.

I've gone into the database itself and within _dataitems changed the varchar(55) to varchar(100) for Select0, Select1 and also on the off chance I also changed href to varchar(100)in _datafeeds.

After toggling the filter/callback between generic_cb and generic_gt_cb so I could run cron afresh, still the limit remains.

I'm deducing I've modified the incorrect settings within the database...?

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7 years 2 months ago #3965 by g9752430
Hi Bram - did you have any thoughts on the above as I'm still struggling with it...?

Really appreciate the help so far, thank you.

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7 years 2 months ago #3966 by bram
not sure, there is no truncation during import so if you increase the size in XXX_dataitems it should work...

the href shouldn't be limited to 100, some links are very long.

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7 years 2 months ago #3971 by g9752430
Thanks Bram. I think I figured it out in part. If the article already existed, the URL would not be altered even with new updates. If a new product is added, the new product has the new XXX_dataitems

Is there a way of removing old article URLS/removing all existing URLS to start afresh? Currently when a product is removed if that article URL is navigated to it re-directs to the parent feed page.

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