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> Has anyone else used the Sax parser to parse a given XML file with the Java method
> <saxParser>.parse(<filename>)? If I call this with a file that has an ampersand in it (e.g. &), the rest of the
> text within that value on either side of the special character will be cut off (I verified this by seeing what appears
> in the "characters" method). Has anyone else observed this behavior?
For example, if I have <tag1>abcd&defg</tag1>, the resulting value for tag1 will be "abcd" or "defg". If I
have <tag2>&></tag2>, the resulting value would be ">".
I am using Xerces Java 1, version 1.3.0 (although version 1.4.4 seems to behave the same as 1.3.0 in this case).
Any assistance would be greatly appreciated.
> - Mark
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