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From "Yonik Seeley" <yo...@apache.org>
Subject Re: XML parsing error
Date Thu, 26 Jul 2007 15:25:29 GMT
On 7/26/07, Brian Whitman <brian.whitman@variogr.am> wrote:
>
> On Jul 26, 2007, at 11:10 AM, Yonik Seeley wrote:
>
> >
> > If the '<' truely got destroyed, it's a server (Solr or Jetty) bug.
> >
> > One possibility is that the '<' does exist, but due to a charset
> > mismatch, it's being slurped into a multi-byte char.
> >
>
> Just dumped it with curl and did a hexdump:
>
> 00005a0   t   ;   &   g   t   ;   &   g   t   ;     357 277 275 357 277
> 00005b0 275 357 277 275 357 277 275 357 277 275 357 277 275 322 273 357
> 00005c0 277 275 357 277 275 357 277 275 357 277 275 361 210 220 274   /
> 00005d0   s   t   r   >   <   /   d   o   c   >   <   /   r   e   s   u
> 00005e0   l   t   >  \n   <   /   r   e   s   p   o   n   s   e   >  \n
> 00005f0
>
>
> No < in the response.

OK, then perhaps it's a jetty bug with charset handling.

Could you run the same query, but use the python output?
wt=python

-Yonik

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