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RE: How to specify a Processing Instruction? (better: how tocontrolencoding on saving)
- From: Julian Reschke <firstname.lastname@example.org>
- To: ComCity <email@example.com>, firstname.lastname@example.org
- Date: Thu, 30 Aug 2001 00:04:22 +0200
> From: ComCity [mailto:email@example.com]
> Sent: Thursday, August 30, 2001 12:00 AM
> To: Julian Reschke; firstname.lastname@example.org
> Subject: Re: How to specify a Processing Instruction? (better: how to
> controlencoding on saving)
> > Then obviously something is wrong on *your* side. Or do you
> happen to use
> > loadXML()? In which case I recommend to read the SDK
> documentation and the
> > MSDN article about encodings
> > l/xmlencodings.asp>).
> Yes, I do use loadXML and not load. I have read this article
> about 10 times
> already. However, reading again after your and others posts has
Maybe you should read it again and pay attention to:
"The LoadXML method always takes a Unicode BSTR that is encoded in UCS-2 or
UTF-16 only. If you pass in anything other than a valid Unicode BSTR to
LoadXML, it will fail to load."
> made this a
> little clearer to me. It appears I'm reading an existing XML
> document with
> LoadXML. That document is thus read in by default as UTF-8
> because there is
> no encoding declaration. Then I receive an XML response from a second
No. MSXML assumes UTF-16 because that's the encoding used in COM strings.
> party. I try and move one node from that XML document into my
> new one where
> that node is actually in ISO-8859-1. It automatically converts the
Nodes aren't in any other encoding than the one used by the DOM (here:
> ISO-8859-1 node to UTF-8 otherwise it wouldn't be able to stick it in the
> XML document in the first place and the whole thing quits working.
Please make sure you understand the difference between a DOM (an in-memory
object-model where strings are always encoded in UTF-16) and a particular
byte serialization (the XML "file").