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If you are being passed data that contains a raw '&' character that hasn't been converted to '&' then you aren't being passed valid XML and no XML parser will be able to deal with it.

You should ask your data provider to fix their processes so that they _do_ sent you valid XML.

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In reply to Re^3: Why XML not well formed? by davorg
in thread Why XML not well formed? by nan

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