/// Gets or sets the value that indicates if the properties should have SQL Injection protection disabled.
public bool DisableSQLInjectionProtection
return ValidationHelper .GetBoolean(GetValue(" DisableSQLInjectionProtection" ), false );
SetValue(" DisableSQLInjectionProtection" , value );
/// Initializes the control properties.
protected void SetupControl()
repItems.StopProcessing = true ;
//Check if SQL Injection protection is disabled
if (this .DisableSQLInjectionProtection)
this .SQLProperties = "" ;
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