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Default Problem with ObjectDataSource...

Hi,
 Im using Asp.Net 2.0, to insert the data to DB. i have to accept the <,>,&,'," too. so, im using HttpUtility.HtmlEncode to store the user input to DB.

 My problem is now i hav to display that info in a DropDownList using
ObjectDataSource. But the data is in encoded format( i.e. instead of < is diplaying &lt; ....). How to diplay the data in dropdownlist in a proper manner.

ex : actual input <7 & 5>
      in Dropdown it shows &lt;7 &amp; 5&gt;
      Expected result <7 & 5>



 Please help me to come out off this ....


Thanks & Regards,
Veeruu..





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