Problem with special characters and xmldom.writetoclob

Hi!
I have a problem with oracle parser in pl/sql.
My situation:
i have a clob with valid xml with for example decoded characters:
(spaces between & and # are for good representing characters by browser - in really there is no spaces)
<xml>
<any><![CDATA[ & #187; ]]> text <![CDATA[ & #187; ]]></any>
</xml>
i read this xml from clob, parse it and put into another clob by using
xmldom.writetoclob procedure.
And in second clob i have"
<xml>
<any>& #38;#187; text & #38;#187; </any>
</xml>
(ampersand is representing as & #38; !) Why there is not the cdata sections ?
Why the value of these sections changed?
Any ideas? I'm using newset xdk (9202) in 8.1.7.3 database.
Please help!

Hi John,
According to your description, my understanding is that the Author showed incorrect character in SharePoint 2013 search result page.
I tested the same scenario per your post in my environment, and the Müller showed correctly in SharePoint search result page.
I recommend to reset the index in Search Service Application and run a full crawl to see if the issue still occurs.
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