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@SiteCode smallint,

@YearMonth int



DECLARE @Active bit

IF ( (SELECT COUNT(*) FROM CabsSchedule WHERE YearMonth = @YearMonth AND SiteCode = @SiteCode) > 0 )


UPDATE CabsSchedule

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WHERE SiteCode=@SiteCode AND YearMonth=@YearMonth




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 Hello, I have an aspx page with a text box. The user may enter a large portion of text including symbols like ' or ". On form submitting I would like a database (text or varchar(MAX) ) field to be updated with the value of the text box...The query that I have created for this purpose is the following: "string query ="UPDATE Article SET A_Content='" + content + "' WHERE A_Id=" + id; As I said before the user may (and in most cases must) enter special characters like ' (example: bla bla blah it's very good bla bla blah).The problem is that ' or " close the query string (SQL) and interpreter things that I am reffering to a field's name instead of the fields value (I think) resulting the following error:The identifier that starts with...is too long.Maximum length is 128.Unclosed quotation mark after the character string ...I think that it must be a very common problem with many solutions but for some reason I cant find anything on the web.What is the common practice to overcome the problem?Is there a function that might transform text into SQL acceptable text?Should I create methods for Replacing ' with other characters like ^^^ (text can be quite big...)?Thanx for any suggestions! 

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