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    String value too long??

    I am passing to an asp a string created in a vb dll. The string contains html code for a table containing values from a database. I checked the string in vb and it is correct syntactically but when I view the asp there is no table.

    Is it possible that the length/size of the string is too large?

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    Could you be a little more specific? Like providing an URL, or posting a part of code. This would help you to get replies.

    This is not a plain HTML&CSS issue, more like ASP. Thus, moving this to ASP forum in expectation of more expertized advices.
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    Yo, Zvona, is "expertized" a word? If it is I am far from that when dealing with ASP.....
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    That shouldn't be a problem - can we see the code?
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    Originally posted by pardicity3
    Yo, Zvona, is "expertized" a word? If it is I am far from that when dealing with ASP.....
    Actually, I was thinking the same. But I was too tired to think for an alternate expression.

    I'm expertized in English language..
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    Actually, I have figured it out. There was a missing </td> that I didn't catch that through the whole thing out of whack.

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    That will do it every time. I'm glad you resolved the problem!
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