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From Lionel Crine <>
Subject Re: Disable escaping in a Java string in XSP
Date Fri, 19 Dec 2003 18:00:43 GMT
For my part, I use these method because I need to get a string and made a 
request into an XML base.
So, I do not parse the String after.

I suggest you to look at the util.xsl of your cocoon. There is a link with 
the method XSPUtil of cocoon.

Also see the API :

That's all I can do.

At 18:03 19/12/2003 +0100, you wrote:
>Hi Lionel,
>I bookmarked these usefull links, but I'm afraid this won't help me : the 
>unescaped String will be re-escaped by the Cocoon serializer...
>I must parse the String and "Saxize" '\n' characters in
>Maybe some xsp utils could do that, but I didn't found...
><util:include-expr> and brothers only work with full xml documents...
>On 19/12/2003 16:28, Lionel Crine wrote:
>>I don
>>I was looking for the oppoite of your question and I have found some 
>>useful methods in common-lang-2.0.
>>You can get it there :

>>In StringEscapeUtils, you ll find some unescape methods like 

>>You can find the API there :
>>or inside the jar.
>>Hope that Help.
>>At 14:01 19/12/2003 +0100, you wrote:
>>>Hi all !
>>>I would like to output a java String in an XSP page, containing some 
>>>html tags that I would like not to be escaped.
>>>How could it be possible ?
>>>I tried <util:include-expr>, but it seems only to work with full XML 
>>>document, not a fragment.
>>>To be more precise, my contains "\n" caracters that I want to translate 
>>>to <br/> for html output.
>>>Olivier BILLARD
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