AsFile Encoded XML Special Characters Are Stored Unencoded
Last updated on MARCH 07, 2018
Applies to:Oracle Insurance Policy Administration for J2EE - Version: 7.0
Information in this document applies to any platform.
For example, the string "< 20" looks like these seven ASCII characters, when encoded: < 20
During JIBX mapping, which takes the customer's transformed input XML and maps the OIPA business objects in XML format, into Java class instances, these are unencoded back to the string: "< 20", which is then stored as is in AsActivityField. Since '<' is a special character in HTML, a string that contains it is not displayed properly when rendered into HTML.
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