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JAXB and CDATA blocks -> bug?

Janne Karhu
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Joined: Oct 29, 2003
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In short, JAXB seems to condense one or more white spaces to one, even in the case of CDATA-blocks.
Is this a bug in JAXB (Sun reference implementation) ?:
If you use the type "xs:token" in the xml schema that specifies the element,
all white spaces inside the corresponding element of the instance document
(*.xml) are condensed into one space-character from the parsed XML file,
_even if_ you use the CDATA[ ...] -section inside the element.
I tried to use the xs:normalizedString -type instead of xs:token, but after the change the white spaces are not condensed at all (even when I do not use
CDATA-element).
 
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