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BACKGROUND: i have created a search box for users to query the Grammar Captive database with Natural Language functionality. As the query string results in a single variable that is read into an AGAINST statement (see below), I am concerned about the overall safety of my database and web application. QUESTION ONE: Is it possible to write a prepared statement with the value of an AGAINST clause as an unknown? If not, what must one do in order to prevent against SQL injection? WHAT I HAVE CREATED SELECT letter_no, letter_title, letter_abstract, submission_date, revision_date,
I feel so ashamed about this question, but I can't find a solution, and I hope you can help me.This is my code xml: <?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8"?> <?xml-stylesheet type="text/xsl" href="C:/Program%20Files/XML%20Copy%20Editor/esercizi%20xml/prova2.xsl"?><TEI xmlns="http://www.tei-c.org/ns/1.0"><teiHeader> <fileDesc> <titleStmt> <title></title> </titleStmt> <publicationStmt><p>AA</p></publicationStmt> <sourceDesc><p>AA</p></sourceDesc> </fileDesc></teiHeader> <text
Hello everyone, I am new to xsl and trying to adjust an existing template at work. I am trying to change the value of a tag via the xsl. Example: Is the value of the SC_DF_FIELD_2 field in xml is "inactive", I would like to to display as something like "retired". I saw some code that I have been trying to insert into the existsing document but I am unable to get it to work. When I look at the xml, it appears like below. <SC_DF_FIELD_2 display_name="Employee status" element_type="r"><![CDATA[inactive]]></SC_DF_FIELD_2> This was the code I received.<xsl:template match="A1