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Good day all,


i have created a jpassword field and i am inserting the new password created into microsoft sql database, the jpassword accepts the input as char[]. when a user creates the password it prints out what the user entered but in the database it is giving me characters i don't recognize, they look like this $#%BNM. the datafield of the database i chose varchar, i tried char. it gave me the same thing please help me thank you.
below is a fragment of the code the asks it to send the data to the database.


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Well it's a password, the text in the database is most likely encrypted.
 
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