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Language: Web
Expertise: Beginner
Oct 6, 1999

Use Maxlength to Protect Your Database

We often design HTML forms to gather information. The data is later stored in a database backend such as SQL Server. In such databases, you have to specify the length of any textual field when a table is designed. If you tried to insert a record whose text length is greater than allowed by your table, an error will be reported. To prevent this type of error from occurring, use maxlength in a text control to limit the length of the user
William Wen
 
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