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Re: How to POST in XML format
- From: hector santos <email@example.com>
- To: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Date: Sun, 10 Jun 2001 16:53:20 -0400
On Jun 09, 2001 02:00pm, MIKE@SKEW.ORG wrote to ALL:
> Are you submitting this as form data?
> If so, watch what happens to the
> non-ASCII characters in the XML when you change the encoding of the form
> itself, or change the interpreted encoding in the browser. It helps to
> use a logging HTTP proxy server or a packet sniffer so you can see the
> actual HTTP request.
Thanks for the heads up. Yes, I'm aware that I have to deal with
encoding and escaping issues of XML. In fact, I have done alot of
reading and research this past week, including reading your excellent
articles on XML. I plan to revisit your articles when I reach this
Just a small background: Our product is an intranet RPC based
client/server system called WINSERVER. So we have to deal encoding
and escaping issues as it is now for the web interface services.
Do I have all the functionality covered? Don't know yet. There are some
conflicting concepts and in our case some overlapping concepts that I
have to work out first.
Hector Santos, President
Santronics Software, Inc.