Special characters in XML built using the DOM object

I am using the DOM object to build xml but I am having problems with special characters. I have a Element object that I create attributes in. Most special characters like the &, ", or ' are translated for me (amp; quot;, acute; put a & in front of those, if I do it here the browser will translate them into the logical character) but I am having a problem with the � character. The DOM object does not translate this. If I do it my self to(eacute; same here add a & in front) before adding the string to the attribute then the DOM object translates it to (amp;eacute; add a & in front of the amp; not in front of the eacute;). As you can see the DOM object translates the & instead of recognizing that it is a HTML character. Can anyone give me a hand?

I am building this XML in a servlet so ,right, DOM does process XML (even though a valid HTML file can be loaded into a DOM object) but if you build XML using DOM then write the XML out using PrintWriter and Transformer objects this will cause the XML to print out in your browser. If you view source on this XML you will see that the DOM object has translated all special characters to there &xxxx; equivalent. For a example: when the string (I know "cool" java) gets loaded into a attribute using the DOM object then wrote back out it looks like (I know &xxx;cool&xxx; java) if you view the source in your browser. This is what it should do, but the DOM object is not change the � to the "&xxxxx;". This servlet is acting as a gateway between a Java API and a windows asp. The asp will call the servlet expecting to get XML back and load it directly into a DOM object. When the windows DOM object gets the xml that I am returning in this servlet is throws a exception "invalid character" because the � was not translated to &xxxx; like the other characters were. According to the book HTML 4 in 24 hours (and other references) the eacute; or #233; are how you say "�" in HTML or XML. How do you say it?

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    Select body row of table from hierarchy palette that you want to repeat then on he object tab of the properties tab select binding tab. You need to click on "Repeat Row for Each Data Item"
    I hope this helps
    Murat
    www.muratkuru.com.tr

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