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I have javascript functions to encrypt data on one site and code-behind functions to decrypt it on another site. It works fine when I test it locally, or on a testing server. However it gives me a 'Bad Length' error on a production server.

Also in the javascript, I am checking if the data (user input from input control type=text) is null string or not (if str == null and str == '' then display a message) before encrypting, but it does not work on the production. (Does not give the message and proceed to the encryption part). I wonder if the data (string) is treated differently between the testing server and the production server. (Sounds crazy though...)

Does anyone have any idea?
Posted 14-Sep-12 4:14am
Kenneth Haugland at 14-Sep-12 10:24am
Without a detailde description of what you actually are doing (read code) it would just be a guessing game ;)
ShotDriller at 14-Sep-12 10:29am
Is there a server side validation for Empty/Null string?

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