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someone please explain <c:out> 's escapeXml  RSS feed

 
Bharat Makwana
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Hi All,

I am facing some problem with following statements in my jsp.
Both of these statements give same result i.e @>{.

with escapeXml="false" it should display unicode for those character right ?

<cut value="@>{" escapeXml="false"></cut>
<cut value="@>{" escapeXml="true"></cut>
 
Christophe Verré
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No, escapeXML only converts <,>,&,’,”

(a double quotation is missing after @)
 
Hubert Pietruszewski
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with escapeXml="false" it should display unicode for those character right ?


Why?

If You want to feel the difference try this:
<c:out value="<b>caption</b>" escapeXml="false"></c:out>
<c:out value="<b>caption</b>" escapeXml="true"></c:out>
 
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