Based on feed back from Guenter and few other ... I have modified the
query field to be 255 characters long which is the maimum allowable under
Mysql [ after which I will have to make it a blob].
I plan to change the code to correctly use the new Pubmed system in
the next 2 weeks.
Thanks for your feed back.
Guenter Resch wrote:
> Hi Nirav,
>> Nirav Merchant (nirav at arl.arizona.edu_no_spam):
> > I wrote a similar tool a while back ..
> > .
> > http://bcf.arl.arizona.edu/query/>> nice to meet you again... I signed in for this service today and it
> looks pretty good: easy to operate, convenient option fields, ... Now
> I'm waiting for the first notifications.
>> The only thing I don't like is the *very* limited length of the query
> strings - about 80 characters, I guess. I usually use far more
> complicated queries with lots of synonymes, logical operators and so
> on - and most of them simply don't fit in there.
>> Though I think to know your problem - limited space in the database -
> I would suggest to give the user a little more space.