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How to show stored SQL html data in a MVC3 Razor View?

Posted on 2011-09-10
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I have saved data in SQL that is to be shown in an MVC3 Razor view at runtime.  The data is formatted with html tags embedded.  I have the data saved to a Session variable which shows the actualy HTML tags on the screen with the option 4 below.  The options 1,2,3 don't show anything in the div on the screen from the cshtml view.

1.       <%= Html.Display(Session["Stuff"]) %>
2.       <%: Html.Display(Session["Stuff"]) %>
3.       @Html.Encode(Session["Stuff"])
4.       @Session["Stuff"]

Thanks for any help,
Jo
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  Figured it out -         @Html.Raw(Session["Stuff"].ToString())
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