CRLF kept in 4.61 Xhtml

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Hi! I'm not certain on whether this is a documented feature or not, but as for now I just want to signal the implications. In 4.61 (or maybe even in 4.5) a change in storing Xhtml was been made in that crlf (\r\n) is kept in the db. This is normally no issue except when you do things like what is shown in this jscript snippet: document.write('<%=sgetpropertypage("upperbodywide")%>'); and the sGetPropertyPage returns the Xhtml-property type of content out of the PageData object, e.g. return pd.Property["MainBody"].Value.ToString(); The effect of this is that you get an ivalid j-script statement. This was not the case in 4.4 but having upgraded to 4.61 IT IS the case leaving virtually empty pages on the site. The remedy I took was sMainBody.Replace("\r\n","") Has anyone else have problems of this kind or similar? Am I missing something? Regards Christian
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Mar 25, 2008 19:33
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