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>when I use CDATA, '<' is outputted as #60;

Since we have no idea what serialization technology you are using, it's going to be hard to answer your questions.

But what do you mean anyway by saying "when I use CDATA"? And are you talking about a "<" that's part of the markupl, or part of the data?

You aren't making it very easy for people to help you. Please try to say exactly what you did and exactly what happened.

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