what about trying TINYTEXT data type.
i’ve some mysql experience, but none combining it with max.
it seems if you need to store 128 numbers from 0 to 127, you’re going to need a bigger sql type than varchar 128.
if i’m not mistaken, the list: [1 13 127] will take up 8 chars in an sql database, not 3.
i can take a look at your patch, but make sure you’ve created a field with enough storage space. probably 3*128 + 127 = 511 characters. so you will need TEXT or VARCHAR(512).
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