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COMMIT TRAN; 11-12-2013, 10:15:25.242, TID:01548, PID:02020, SetCoreStatus: 2, id= 11-12-2013, 10:15:25.242, TID:01548, PID:02020, ERROR: #### SQLExecDirect failed with [[ODBC Error: state=22003, nativeErr=8115, err=[Microsoft][SQL Native Client][SQL Server]Arithmetic overflow error converting IDENTITY to data type int.] [ODBC Error: state=01000, nativeErr=3606, err=[Microsoft][SQL Native Client][SQL Server]Arithmetic overflow occurred.] ] for SQL=[SET NOCOUNT ON; BEGIN TRAN; INSERT INTO StatData (StatID, Value, Date) VALUES (4723, 1, {ts N'2013-11-12 15:15:25'});

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Hi jmosley,

We originally defined the StatData table to use a 32-bit int for it's column ID, but over time we've found (as you just did) that it's not big enough.

Run this command on the database:

ALTER TABLE StatData ALTER COLUMN rowid bigint;

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answered 12 Nov '13, 12:18

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Thanks Quinn, This was corrected by updating to 5.2 for us.

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answered 12 Nov '13, 16:18

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Correction the update to 5.2 did NOT correct the issue. Running the suggested query above now.

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answered 13 Nov '13, 09:36

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Please run this command on the database:

ALTER TABLE StatData ALTER COLUMN rowid bigint;

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answered 13 Nov '13, 12:56

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Thanks Quinn, That did it.

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answered 13 Nov '13, 12:58

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