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From Brian Whitman <brian.whit...@variogr.am>
Subject XML parsing error
Date Thu, 26 Jul 2007 14:55:08 GMT
I ended up with this doc in solr:

<?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8"?>
<response>
<lst name="responseHeader"><int name="status">0</int><int  
name="QTime">1</int><lst name="params"><str name="start">7</str><str
 
name="fl">content</str><str name="q">"Pez"~10000</str><str  
name="rows">1</str></lst></lst><result name="response"  
numFound="5381" start="7"><doc><str name="content">Akatsuki - PE'Z    
ҳ | ̳ | պ | ŷ | &gt;&gt;&gt; Akatsuki - PE'Z   ר | и &amp;nbsp|  
Ů &amp;nbsp| ֶ &amp;nbsp| պ &amp;nbsp| ¸ &amp;nbsp| tӺ    
&amp;nbsp| Ϸ &amp;nbsp| Ӱ &amp;nbsp| ϼ &amp;nbsp| ŷ&gt;  
&amp;nbsp| ϸ &amp;nbsp| ѵ ŷ&gt; &gt; Various Artists[2005] &gt; Now
 
Jazz 3 - That's What I Call Jazz &gt; Akatsuki - PE'Z  Akatsuki -  
PE'Z         ר Now Jazz 3 - That's What I Call Jazz ݳ֣ Various  
Artists[2005] Akatsuki - PE'Z ȱ ǻᾡ첹ȱĸʣ ҵ˸ø  
Ӹø&gt;&gt;&gt; һ񈐼/str></doc></result>
</response>


Note the missing < in </str>

Solrj throws this (on a larger query that includes this doc):
Caused by: javax.xml.stream.XMLStreamException: ParseError at  
[row,col]:[3,20624]
Message: The element type "str" must be terminated by the matching  
end-tag "</str>".

And firefox can't render it either, throws an error.

So any query that returns this doc will cause an error.

Obviously there's some weird stuff in this doc, but is it a solr  
issue that the < got destroyed?



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