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ParseEscapedXML Function In Oracle BPEL XSLT Is Throwing Parsing Error For Special Character &

The ampersand escape sequence "&" in a Database Record/XML Payload is being converted to '&' by the BPEL composite. 

This results in the XSLT transformation code throwing an oracle.xml.parser.v2.XMLParseException error/exception when the parseEscapedXML method is invoked against the data.

The parseEscapedXML method was deprecated in in 12C and should not longer be used.

It has been replaced by the new method oraext:parseXML.

There is a know bug in the oraext:parseXML method that was address in patch 21377740.

The fixes that were made in 21377740 where incorporated into the GA release, thus there no patch needed  for the issue.  
Note: No backport fix for 12.1.3 was released


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