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From Joshua Levy <l...@csl.sri.com>
Subject Re: Invalid XML characters in export
Date Tue, 12 Dec 2006 22:16:42 GMT


Jukka Zitting wrote:
> 
>> Is there a way to deal with this issue? I wasn't able to find
>> much clarification on what the correct behavior should
>> be from the spec (String properties are supposed to
>> be like java.lang.Strings, but Sec 6.4.4 doesn't mention
>> ways to escape non-XML characters).
> 
> It's a known issue with JSR-170, invalid XML characters in string
> properties break the XML imports. See the JSR-170 maintenance draft
> for the proposed solution (use Base64 encoding for such string
> properties) to this issue.
> 
> Note that Jackrabbit does not yet implement this solution, so for now
> the only workaround is to either avoid such characters in string
> properties or to use custom import/export mechanisms.
> 

Aha, I see.  Thanks, Jukka.

Roughly, is there an expected time frame for such
maintenance draft features to get finalized and implemented?

Regards,
Joshua
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