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i am trying to send a xml file formatted in a string with the sendstring command. The receiving software returns an error that it is not a valid xml. The string i send is <?xml version="1.0"?> what the other software is receiving is & l t ; ?xml version="1.0"? & g t ; (in the preview & l t; is converted to <, so i included spaces) Is there some kind of url/html conversion done at the string,is it possible to prevent this for the strings send by chilkatsocket.

asked Aug 28 '13 at 18:19

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edited Aug 28 '13 at 18:23


The Chilkat Socket's SendString method does not do what you claim. Something else must be causing whatever behavior you are seeing. I can assure you that SendString does not do it.


answered Aug 29 '13 at 09:25

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Okay, i will look further then.


answered Sep 02 '13 at 03:31

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