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In The Case Of Screen Display From XML Schema With Characters, The Character Code Changes (Doc ID 2767071.1)

Last updated on APRIL 13, 2021

Applies to:

Oracle Utilities Customer Care and Billing - Version and later
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In the case of a screen display from XML schema with characters, the character code changes

With the same characters, when hard-coding on the screen, the character code does not change and it is displayed as it is,
In the case of a screen display from an XML schema, the character code changes
Why does the character code change when displaying on the screen from XML Schema?

For example
The character code (Unicode) of the minus "-" of the character is 002D,
When displaying from XML, the character code (Unicode) will be 2011.

Steps to replicate:
Create a test UI MAP
1. The negative character "-" (Unicode: 2D) is set to the hard coding and the XML Schema in two ways as follows.
2. Pressing Test UI Map
3. Pressing the keyboard F12 key and selecting an item in the mouse
4. copy selected value.
3. Unicode of character "-" is 002d
4. copy selected value.
5. Unicode of character "-" is 2011

What about this non-break hyphen, what is the character code (Unicode)?
Is there only one non-break hyphen character code (Unicode)?


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