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Subject DO NOT REPLY [Bug 36275] - JSP TAG Markup Character Entities attr="<&">" passed into API badly
Date Fri, 19 Aug 2005 17:51:02 GMT
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william.barker@wilshire.com changed:

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------- Additional Comments From william.barker@wilshire.com  2005-08-19 19:51 -------
Section 1.6 of the JSP spec states that only &quot; (and &apos;) are 
recognized as escapes in Tag attribute values when using the JSP syntax.

It sounds like what you really want is to use JSP Documents (aka XML syntax).  
This will solve your problem of unparsed entities, as well as faulting using 
the output of Tags as HTML attribute values.  You can specify this in the <jsp-
property-group> element in your web.xml file.

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