Unhandled exception has occurred on your Vendor application

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Hello team,

I have the habit of storing all my personal data in my computer. I use some software to do this activity daily evening. Recently, while typing the characters, I got an error that it’s reached the maximum level. The application name is vendor, and it’s a trusted application.

Please help me to fix this exception so that I can continue storing the data without any fail.

Thanks in advance!


Unhandled exception has occurred in your application. If you click Continue, the application will ignore this error and attempt to continue. If you click Quit, the application will close immediately.

Cannot set column ‘address’. The value violates the MaxLength limit of this column.

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Answered By 0 points N/A #195097

Unhandled exception has occurred on your Vendor application



From what I see your software is based on Microsoft SQL and your problem could be due to software update.

How it works is usually you have “exe” file and “database” file controlled by the Microsoft SQL platform. Sometime the software vendor pushes “exe” updates without proper testing or even pushes software update without considering the backward compatibility of the “database” file and that what makes such errors.

My opinion, check with the software vendor about any recent updates, and if he upgraded the “database” file structure along with the “exe” update, he should send a technical support to move your existing data to the new database file.

Trienity Maria

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Answered By 0 points N/A #195099

Unhandled exception has occurred on your Vendor application


Generally it may happen for several problems. So you may have to try several solutions.

1. Update your .NET Framework to latest version.

2. Remove unused software.

3. Download or Update JAVA (Careful about different version for OS 32 bit & 64 bit).

4. You may try uninstalling your antivirus programs.

To prevent this error message try as below:

1.       Press Alt+Ctrl+Delete keys together. It’ll open Task Manager.

2.       Now go to Processes Tab.

3.       Find alg.exe & select it then click End Process.

4.       Then go to C:Program Files [it may Program Files (X64)]Common Files (or Common).

5.       Now make unhide the hidden file. Then find exact alg.exe file & delete it.

Hope it solved your problem.

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