RadEditor and radscheduler exception with hyperlink manager

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  1. Phani
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    Dec 2013

    Posted 10 Feb 2014 Link to this post

    Hello I have my own appointment add form. Basically a begin date,an end date and a RadEditor for the subject. In the rad editor  I want to make hyperlinks. Suppose the appointment is for 2/10/2014 and the subject would be to assemble at a special address(i would google map the address and add that link in the rad editor)(Ex the subject of the appointment could be "Click here to see the location", where "here" would be a hyperlink. 
    When I add the appointment it should read as  "Click here to see the location" without any anchor tags. I am attaching an image here. Please see how the appointment shows up as. Also while adding it adds correctly. Now while editing the appointment, when I make my changes it yellow screens with this exception

    System.Web.HttpRequestValidationException: A potentially dangerous Request.Form value was detected from the client

    What should i do to make it show up without the anchor tags and to avoid the above exception. If you need more information,please ask.Thanks

  2. Phani
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    Dec 2013

    Posted 10 Feb 2014 in reply to Phani Link to this post

    I did not attach an image earlier.Please see the image attached here.
  3. Ianko
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    Posted 12 Feb 2014 Link to this post

    Hi Phani,

    It would be helpful if you could provide details about the certain implementation that leads to the described problem.

    From the provided information I can only suggest trying to isolate the problem and check why it occurs. For example you can try if the database is retrieving the correct link, you can check if the RadEditor is the origin of the problem by setting a hard-coded anchor element.

    The described scenario is quite complex and the problem could be caused due to many reasons. It would be helpful if you can isolated in a simple project, so that it could be properly investigated.

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