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FCK Editor & MSSQL

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Re: 2.0.
Hi folks, I'm looking for a straight & simple OUTLINE of saving FCKeditor text to a MSSQL database, and retrieving it back 2 ways (2 pages) - for editing, and displaying in HTML.

My app has an admiin form which contains the FCKeditor: ID=FCKeditor1
I want to save the value of its contents to an MSSQL field (I have a nvarchar type set).
Also, the application currently follows procedure of writing form values to a Public Shared variable, before being written to the DB. I am assigning the value of FCKeditor to a variable of (lets call it myEvent.Header (string type)) before writing to DB. ie.
myEvent.Header = FCKeditor1.Value ...Then my SQL Insert or Update clause will post FCK stuff into the DB by parameter '.AddWithValue("@Header", Header)'

At current try it is not writing anything to DB, so...
I need to be able to save the FCKeditor contents to the DB and repopulate its contents from the DB when I open the admin form to edit the record. Also , I have a separate 'public' Events page which will have a div to render the saved RTF/HTML from the DB.

In your answer, please tell me if - validateRequest='false' is important in the page directive for either the admin(edit) page or the public HTML display page.

Thanks ahead


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