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New DataAssist MySQLI problem

Thread began 12/03/2018 10:47 am by p_vouers282571 | Last modified 12/05/2018 2:13 pm by Ray Borduin | 556 views | 2 replies |


New DataAssist MySQLI problem

I have pages that the content is fed by a database. If the content has images in it they will NOT show, only the actual code info shows such as <img src= then all that image info and the closing bracket. If the change the rsobj.php file in the webassist folder back to version 2.0 then all is fine? Is this problem with the php or mysql version?? I have had to do this on all of my sites so the info will show.

Also when making a new mysqli recordset it will overwrite the rsobj.php file so to solve that I made the old file read only.

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Ray BorduinWebAssist

If you increase the version number in your rsobj.php file then it won't overwrite it. It only overwrites older versions with newer versions when available.

You can get it to write html like images embedded from your database by turning off the Coss Site Scripting protection that is enabled by default. You can do that in the rsobj.php file, in your recordset code, or in the getColumnVal() reference.

To do it in the getColumnVal() reference, you just have to add a ",false" argument to the call like:

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thanks.. got it

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