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That's incomprehensible. XML is always encoded whether using Latin1, UTF-8, KOI-5 or whatever. Probably the most "plain text" version you'll see is Latin1. That doesn't mean the XML doesn't need to be encoded properly. XML is always encoded. Perhaps you meant that the server accepts XML-like data but that it's not really XML? That'd be the case if you mean to pass in things like this:

<r>
  <k> 10 < 20 </k>
</r>

vs

<?xml encoding="ISO-8859-1" version="1.0?>
<r>
  <k> 10 < 20 </k>
</r>

In all encodings of XML I'm aware of you are required to rewrite "<" as something like "<" / "<" / "<". Or have you thrown me a loop here on the encoding business?

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In reply to Re: Re: Re: Can't Post XML to SSL Site by diotalevi
in thread Can't Post XML to SSL Site by dpatrick

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