If your XML is UTF8-enconded and your UTF8 data is correct, it will
work. Your probably isn't invalid XML but either a problem with the
encoding of the entire file or a particular string.
The best way to validate XML on your server is to install a little
command line utility and use the shell function.
Op 12-01-18 om 13:19 schreef jbv via use-livecode:
I have several server-side LC scripts that transform text and data
uploaded by end users on web pages into xml to be stored in a database and
used later in other web pages or apps.
The problem is, despite all the correction scripts I have added, that
sometimes the uploaded content corrupts the xml structure. This happens
for instance when some weird UTF-8 text is uploaded.
Is there a ready-to-use piece of code that would check the conformity of
some xml data that I could include in my LC scripts ?
Thanks in advance,
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