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xml packets? is that some new entity from the MS factory?
well do you want to send the content as text, with escaped <, > etc, or as
markup? if you choose the latter then the content has to be well-formed
xml. I believe you can use w3c Tidy to make sure the html is well-formed.
otherwise, either process the content to escape all characters that need
escaping (typically '<' and '&', and why not '>' too) or put the whole
text in as CDATA.
<contents><![CDATA[All the contents of the badly marked-up html file]]></contents>
escaping is done by replacing reserved characters with character entity
references, for example replace '<' with '<'
http://www.o-xml.org - the object-oriented XML programming language
On Sun, 10 Apr 2005, asim wrote:
> Hi List
> i m trying to read a .html file using ASP and send the contents of this html as contents of a xml packet ....
> for example
> <contents>All the contents of html file</contents>
> i know that it is giving me error due to "<",">" and "&" characters like this
> is there any way to pass them preserved
> Qazi Asim