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web.config, in <system.web><httpRuntime...- should there be a "&gt;" instead of a ">"?

SOlsonSOlson Posts: 5 Bronze 1
edited August 4, 2021 11:09PM in SQL Monitor
I just happened to notice this when I was diff-ing the current web.config with an older saved copy.  I have no idea about web.config in general, but I thought I'd ask...

In version 10.1.8, I see:
<div><httpRuntime targetFramework="4.7.2" requestPathInvalidCharacters="&lt;,&gt;,*,%,&amp;,\" enableVersionHeader="false"/></div><div></div>

In version 11.2.8:
<httpRuntime targetFramework="4.7.2" requestPathInvalidCharacters="&lt;,>,*,%,&amp;,\" enableVersionHeader="false" />



  • SOlsonSOlson Posts: 5 Bronze 1
    edited August 4, 2021 11:09PM
    I guess I can't delete a comment once I added it?
  • Alex BAlex B Posts: 1,118 Diamond 4
    Hi @SOlson,

    Did you mean for the <div> elements to be in there as well or were you just highlighting &gt; vs >  difference only? 

    I'm not seeing a difference in mine for v11.2.8 - I show in that version it has the character code still
    <httpRuntime targetFramework="4.7.2" requestPathInvalidCharacters="&lt;,&gt;,*,%,&amp;,\" enableVersionHeader="false"/>

    I also had a look back through the history of the file in git and I can't see that part having changed so I'm not sure why it may be showing differently for you.

    As for deleting a comment, I thought you would be able to delete your own posts or comments,  but perhaps not - if you are able to it would be an option in the cog wheel at the top right of the comment (or the option to delete the discussion from the cog wheel at the top of the post):

    Kind regards,

    Product Support Engineer | Redgate Software

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