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Question about licenses + problems displaying requests

Thread began 11/18/2021 6:39 am by Roger Lesage | Last modified 11/18/2021 9:46 am by Ray Borduin | 10 views | 1 replies |

Roger Lesage

Question about licenses + problems displaying requests

Hi,

We have 1 Webassist license, but we need a second person to be able to use it as well, so we would like to install it on an additional computer.
Do we have to buy a new license, or can we get one at a reduced price, since it is for the same non-profit organization?

If I make the investment to buy a new one: do we make sure you are going to keep updating it? (the last version dates from 2019).

I would also like to report a problem: since we are working on the version installed with Dreamweaver CC, there is a problem with the display of requests: it displays the html tags instead of interpreting them. (So ​​in the query display page, we have tagged text, instead of formatted text). The problem is solved if we upload an older version of "rsobj.php". Is there an "official" way to correct this problem, or will it be fixed during an update?

Thank you for your answers,

Christine blaise

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Ray BorduinWebAssist

The license is per user, so you would be required to purchase a second license to be in compliance. I don't offer any discounts.

I've been doing updates for more than 30 years now. Your only guarantee is past history. The date is the last major release date that you are looking at. There have been lots of bug fix updates since then. The actual build was updated less than a month ago. I'll continue to make updates when necessary.

The latest versions have cross site scripting protection built in that prevents html and scripts from running from the database. To remove it, you can either update the rsobj.php file and change the line:

php:
$this->CrossSiteProtect = false;


or the better option is to only change it where you need it when the value is displayed like:

php:
$Recordset->getColumnVal("Column", false);


by adding the "false" at the end, it tells the code to remove the cross site scripting protection and allow code to be displayed in that one instance while keeping the cross site scripting in place everywhere else.

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