Ryan Locksley wrote:
> I have string like this "http://ryahhh/dsasad/?user='dsad'&date='dsa'"
> Then I try to put it in the url using asp
The ampersand (&) and "angle bracket" (< and >) characters are reserved
in XML as markup delimiters, even when they appear in some
hypothetically neutral context like a URL. You've got to escape those
special characters using entity references:
If your server chokes on those entity references then it's misconfigured
or needs to be upgraded; they are supposed to work in a URL just like
their unescaped forms.
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