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I am working on Document mgmt. system using VB 6.0 as front End and SQL Server 2000 back end.
We are facing problem when user enters special characters in say document title.
Our client server communication is done throught XML
We save everything in xml and send this to server.
On server we have our dll component that would parse XML and update the database and send the latest XML to Client.
Currently we are having problem with Em-Dash (Alt+0150) and we are expecting more characters like this.
LoadXML() of MSXML doesn't load this characters.
If anybody know how to handle this problem or any workaround then please let me know.
Any help would be greatly appriciated.
Thanks in Advance.
Looks like you mean U+2013, 0x96 in Windows-1252. May be you are specifying an encoding in your XML file that does not have this character?
Friday, December 09, 2005
"The LoadXML method always takes a Unicode BSTR that is encoded in UCS-2 or UTF-16 only. If you pass in anything other than a valid Unicode BSTR to LoadXML, it will fail to load."
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