I don't know about .NET but on the IBM i, I escaped special characters
before sending the data on.


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On 14 December 2015 at 17:32, Richard Schoen <Richard.Schoen@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
wrote:

Not sure if this is specific to .Net, but when parsing returned XMLSERVICE
XML data that contains an ampersand.

Example: "A & E Services" I get a .Net XML parser error.

If I replace the ampersand with something else it works fine.

Has anyone else seen this issue with XMLSERVICE or even parsing data that
contains special characters that aren't encoded ?

Any thoughts appreciated.

Thanks

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