I'm developing a Java class that converts an HTML string into a FO string via an XSLT document.
Then, the resulting FO string is processed by FOP to create a PDF file.
The problem is that when a special character is found by FOP, i get an error:
(e.g.) The entity "ldquo" was referenced, but not declared.
Now my solution is to replace all these special characters with their Unicode reference.
In this example,
Can I declare those entities in my XSLT file without doing zillions of StringUtils.replaceAll()?
I am developing a web application using ExtJS to build GUI and communicate with server via RESTful web-service (the returned data is formatted as JSON objects).
I used this function to load data from model object to form:
I have found a solution to escape HTML and JS: using
but I think that is not a good solution for whole application, because the developers must do so much things: review all input fields, labels, and put that snippet to them. And after all, that is not a beautiful way to build a fast, robust and maintainable application.
So, could you please help me solution so that it can be modified at one place, and affects to the rest. Can I override the setValue/ setLabel of AbstractComponent? Or should I encode the data before rendering them? And how to decode those data?(P/S: I uses Grails framework on the server-side)Thank you so much.
I'm outputting XML to a webpage using
The function generating the XML doesn't put line breaks in it, is there a way I can manually insert line breaks into it (via a myXmlString.replace() function for example)
I am of course familiar with the
java.net.URLDecoder classes. However, I only need HTML-style encoding. (I don't want
' ' replaced with
'+', etc). I am not aware of any JDK built in class that will do just HTML encoding. Is there one? I am aware of other choices (for example, Jakarta Commons Lang 'StringEscapeUtils', but I don't want to add another external dependency to the project where I need this.
I'm hoping that something has been added to a recent JDK (aka 5 or 6) that will do this that I don't know about. Otherwise I have to roll my own.
In my sql database the following text is stored as
Эштон: США и ЕС готовят помощь Украине
This data is retrieved into a model and rendered using Razor Engine using the @Raw function. The Html is fine as this is stored in the database.
However, the content comes back as
'???????????????????'. In the Html template for the email i mark the meta tag as
<meta http-equiv="Content-Type" content="text/html; charset=UTF-8">
What is wrong?