So I did.
Thank you very much for your response.
Sent by FoxWeb Support on 01/31/2007 09:55:51 AM:
FoxWeb 1.X used CHR(255) as a delimiter between fields. You may be able to get around the problem by escaping this character with another character combination. Newer versions of FoxWeb do not suffer from this limitation.
Sent by FoxWeb Support on 01/30/2007 01:06:48 PM:
Could you please help me with this problem. I am using FoxWeb 1.29a. I include encrypted data (user name) into a query string. Everything works fine with one exception - whenever the character ÿ (chr(255)) is included into user_name field FoxWeb splits its value in two parts. For example if encrypted field user_name = "aaaaaÿbbbbb" then cgifields array will hold such values:
cgifields[1,1] = "user_name"
cgifields[1,2] = "aaaaa"
cgifields[2,1] = "bbbbb"
cgifields[2,2] = ""
Can it be overcome?