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CDATA in EJB-ql in weblogic6.1

 
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Hi Weblogic Guys
Can you explain this.
I was going through teh DD of 1 runnign application
where i found this entry for EJB-QL
************************************************************
<ejb-ql>
<![CDATA[WHERE (name = ?1) ORDERBY shortDescription]]>
</ejb-ql>
************************************************************
Is this a valid entry . Since it works i reckon yes.
In ohter containers i see the whole select statement(select object(m) from ......) being used what is this
CDATA stuff in Weblogic.
Could some one explain me what does CDATA translate into.
 
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Isn't CDATA section just used to tell the parser not to process the contents, but pass(print) them as it is.
 
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Please do not cross post questions accross multiple Forums. Continue the discussion here.
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