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From Nathan Maves <nathan.ma...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: special characters in xml
Date Mon, 10 May 2010 14:19:46 GMT
The most common and safe(sql injection) method is to continue to use
prepared statement parameters and create the value in Java.

In Java construct the String with a StringBuilder and then pass the value
into a normal iBatis parameter #{value}.


On Mon, May 10, 2010 at 5:27 AM, masonkante@libero.it

> Hi,
> I'm using ibatis 3.0 and I need help using special character in xml mapping
> files.
> Thanks to ibatis I switch between mysql server and Apache derby Embedded
> database easily but i need to write a like condition in a way compatible
> with
> both db.
> What I want to get is "like '%<value>%'", but in xml this create some
> problem
> (% is special character, I try with cddata but doesn't work).
> At first  I solve in mysql using concat function concat('%',<value>,'%').
> This doesn't work with apache derby, because it doesn't support this kind
> of
> function.
> Somebody can help me to write this expression in a way that work with both
> databases.
> Thanks.
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