Server Totals
Elysia - (1)
M'Chek - (1)
Wilderness - (1)
Ferrell - (0)
Visimontium - (0)
Le'Or - (0)
Deglos - (0)
Underdark - (0)
Mikona - (0)
Total players: 3

Links Menu

[nwnX2] Memory issue

Moderators: Nighthawk4, Dungeon Masters

[nwnX2] Memory issue

PostAuthor: Gad » Wed Oct 22, 2003 3:45 am


I'm trying to use the nwnX2 system and would like to handle >1024 bytes variables with the ODBC module.
My SQL system seems to accept such big data entries, and so does the nwscript too (strings are limited to 32kB). But the placeholder for the ODBC in nwnX is actually 8x128 bytes wide.

I'm not sure the conceptors of the (wonderful) nwn-Extender read these forums, but if someone could give me some details on this limitation, it would be very great. :)
So my main question is : may I enlarge the placeholder ? (easily ?)

(And.. well, sorry if my english is hard to understand, I've had very bad english teachers... :D)
User avatar
Posts: 2
Joined: Wed Oct 22, 2003 3:12 am
Location: Paris, France

PostAuthor: Manuel the White » Wed Oct 22, 2003 4:20 am

Hi, Gad.

While some of NWNX2's developers do frequent these boards, the best place to get information is the NWNX Guild at Bioware's website. You can find a link to the Guild here:

- Manuel
ACTIVE CHARACTERS: Casey Landry, Jessie Morrice
INACTIVE CHARACTERS: Manuel (the White) Thay't Le'Megen, Zven Reaplenoose, Drashter Volterz
User avatar
Manuel the White
Team Member; Retired with Honors
Posts: 7427
Joined: Wed Mar 05, 2003 6:45 pm

PostAuthor: Gad » Wed Oct 22, 2003 5:53 am

Thanx. I've just read the guild board in order to check if my answer wasn't already there, but I didn't find anything.
I'll try to ask there too, but only guild members can post on that board (*grmbl*). So I sent a request to join the guild... (perhaps you could ask it for me.. ? well, I know I abuse... ;)).

I'll post the answer here if I get anything. Thanks again. :)
User avatar
Posts: 2
Joined: Wed Oct 22, 2003 3:12 am
Location: Paris, France

Return to NWN Scripting

Who is online

Registered users: Ambrosia, Bing [Bot], Dalzell, Google [Bot], Xeo