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Encryption and Decryption in SQL Server 2005

Posted By:      Posted Date: October 22, 2010    Points: 0   Category :Sql Server
 

Hai All,

 

 I want to do Encryption and Decryption in SQL Server 2005. I'm using the follwing coding:

 

Insert tblSymmetrictblEmp ([SYM_Id],[SYM_Designation],[SYM_Firstname],[SYM_Department])values
(
 'E1408',
 'Manager',
 encryptbykey(key_guid('SymmetrictblEmp'),'29'), 'Vadivel'
)

 

The Value gets inserted but the field [SYM_Firstname] is Blank.. Not even Null. Its just Empty. Can anyone help on this ???


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