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How to Use SHA2 Algorithm Function

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Im really sorry, but can someone explain how te use the SHA function? I wan't to store passwords using SHA, but when i try to use: SHA(me.password) i get a type mismatch error.
Nov 8 '11 #1
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You're probably passing the result into a field. But the result of the function is a 32 item array of integers. You can't store an array in a field. You will have to format the array into the format you want. You can convert it to a 32 byte string or you can use a hexadecimal representation or however you want, it's up to you.
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