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Bug #29796 Valid XML Soap Reply results in "looks like we got no XML document"
Submitted: 2004-08-23 06:29 UTC Modified: 2004-08-26 17:08 UTC
From: jamus at jamus dot com Assigned: dmitry (profile)
Status: Not a bug Package: SOAP related
PHP Version: 5.0.1 OS: Redhat 9, Mac OS 10.3.5
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 [2004-08-23 06:29 UTC] jamus at jamus dot com
Description:
------------
I have a database of about 10 item ids.  Only one fails 
when trying to retrieve item details from amazon.com.  I 
captured the XML result from amazon through a sniffer, 
and the XML reply looks right.  I checked it for well-
formedness with mozilla and xmllint.  The error I 
receive is:

<b>Fatal error</b>:  Uncaught SoapFault exception: 
[SOAP-ENV:Client] looks like we got no XML document in /
Users/jamus/downloads/php-5.0.1/sapi/cli/index.php:17
Stack trace:
#0 /Users/jamus/downloads/php-5.0.1/sapi/cli/
index.php(17): SoapClient-
>AsinSearchRequest('AsinSearchReque...', Array)
#1 /Users/jamus/downloads/php-5.0.1/sapi/cli/
index.php(23): getItemDetails(Object(stdClass))
#2 {main}
  thrown in <b>/Users/jamus/downloads/php-5.0.1/sapi/
cli/index.php</b> on line <b>17</b><br />

Reproduce code:
---------------
<?php
function getItemDetails($asin)
{
$client = new SoapClient("http://soap.amazon.com/schemas3/AmazonWebServices.wsdl");
$ar->{"asin"}=$asin;
$ar->{"tag"}="jamuscom-20";
$ar->{"type"}="heavy";
$ar->{"devtag"}="D2FZ7623BKO6NP";
$ar->{"offer"}="All";
$ar->{"offerpage"}="1";
$ar->{"locale"}="en";
 $ar->{"page"}=1;
$ar=$client->AsinSearchRequest($ar);
 return $ar;
}
        $ar=getItemDetails("067232525X"); /* this one works */
        var_dump($ar);
        $ar=getItemDetails("0312238622"); /* this one doesn't */
        var_dump($ar);
?>

Expected result:
----------------
I expected to receive the results for both items, not 
the first one.

Actual result:
--------------
<b>Fatal error</b>:  Uncaught SoapFault exception: 
[SOAP-ENV:Client] looks like we got no XML document in /
Users/jamus/downloads/php-5.0.1/sapi/cli/index.php:17
Stack trace:
#0 /Users/jamus/downloads/php-5.0.1/sapi/cli/
index.php(17): SoapClient-
>AsinSearchRequest('AsinSearchReque...', Array)
#1 /Users/jamus/downloads/php-5.0.1/sapi/cli/
index.php(23): getItemDetails(Object(stdClass))
#2 {main}
  thrown in <b>/Users/jamus/downloads/php-5.0.1/sapi/
cli/index.php</b> on line <b>17</b><br />

Below is the xml file that was pulled from packet 
sniffing using ethereal:

<?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8"?>
<SOAP-ENV:Envelope xmlns:SOAP-ENC="http://
schemas.xmlsoap.org/soap/encoding/" xmlns:xsi="http://
www.w3.org/2001/XMLSchema-instance" xmlns:SOAP-
ENV="http://schemas.xmlsoap.org/soap/envelope/" xmlns:
xsd="http://www.w3.org/2001/XMLSchema" xmlns:
amazon="http://soap.amazon.com" SOAP-ENV:
encodingStyle="http://schemas.xmlsoap.org/soap/
encoding/">
  <SOAP-ENV:Body>
    <namesp117:AsinSearchRequestResponse xmlns:
namesp117="http://soap.amazon.com">
      <return xsi:type="amazon:ProductInfo">
        <Details SOAP-ENC:arrayType="amazon:Details[1]" 
xsi:type="SOAP-ENC:Array">
          <Details xsi:type="amazon:Details">
            <Url xsi:type="xsd:string">http://
www.amazon.com/exec/obidos/ASIN/0312238622/jamuscom-20?
dev-t=D2FZ7623BKO6NP%26camp=2025%26link_code=sp1</Url>
            <Asin xsi:type="xsd:string">0312238622</
Asin>
            <ProductName xsi:type="xsd:string">Anime 
from Akira to Princess Mononoke: Experiencing 
Contemporary Japanese Animation</ProductName>
            <Catalog xsi:type="xsd:string">Book</
Catalog>
            <Authors SOAP-ENC:arrayType="xsd:string[1]" 
xsi:type="SOAP-ENC:Array">
              <Author xsi:type="xsd:string">Susan 
Jolliffe Napier</Author>
            </Authors>
            <ReleaseDate xsi:type="xsd:string">01 April, 
2001</ReleaseDate>
            <Manufacturer xsi:type="xsd:string">Palgrave 
MacMillan</Manufacturer>
            <ImageUrlSmall xsi:type="xsd:string">http://
images.amazon.com/images/P/0312238622.01.THUMBZZZ.jpg</
ImageUrlSmall>
            <ImageUrlMedium xsi:type="xsd:string">http:/
/images.amazon.com/images/P/0312238622.01.MZZZZZZZ.jpg</
ImageUrlMedium>
            <ImageUrlLarge xsi:type="xsd:string">http://
images.amazon.com/images/P/0312238622.01.LZZZZZZZ.jpg</
ImageUrlLarge>
            <ListPrice xsi:type="xsd:string">$65.00</
ListPrice>
            <OurPrice xsi:type="xsd:string">$65.00</
OurPrice>
            <UsedPrice xsi:type="xsd:string">$12.00</
UsedPrice>
            <ThirdPartyNewPrice xsi:type="xsd:
string">$79.26</ThirdPartyNewPrice>
            <SalesRank xsi:type="xsd:string">743,683</
SalesRank>
            <NumberOfOfferings xsi:type="xsd:string">8</
NumberOfOfferings>
            <ThirdPartyNewCount xsi:type="xsd:
string">4</ThirdPartyNewCount>
            <UsedCount xsi:type="xsd:string">4</
UsedCount>
            <ThirdPartyProductInfo xsi:type="amazon:
ThirdPartyProductInfo">
              <ThirdPartyProductDetails SOAP-ENC:
arrayType="amazon:ThirdPartyProductDetails[6]" xsi:
type="SOAP-ENC:Array">
                <ThirdPartyProductDetails xsi:
type="amazon:ThirdPartyProductDetails">
                  <OfferingType xsi:type="xsd:
string">ThirdPartyNew</OfferingType>
                  <SellerId xsi:type="xsd:
string">AGLPMRINU0Q3T</SellerId>
                  <SellerNickname xsi:type="xsd:
string">pbshop</SellerNickname>
                  <ExchangeId xsi:type="xsd:
string">Y02Y3893412Y3808702</ExchangeId>
                  <OfferingPrice xsi:type="xsd:
string">$79.26</OfferingPrice>
                  <Condition xsi:type="xsd:string">new</
Condition>
                  <ConditionType xsi:type="xsd:
string">Brand new Paperback - delivered from the UK in 
7-10 days</ConditionType>
                  <ExchangeAvailability xsi:type="xsd:
string">Usually ships in 1-2 business days</
ExchangeAvailability>
                  <SellerCountry xsi:type="xsd:
string">United Kingdom</SellerCountry>
                  <SellerState xsi:type="xsd:string"/>
                  <ShipComments xsi:type="xsd:
string">International shipping available
</ShipComments>
                  <SellerRating xsi:type="xsd:
string">4.5</SellerRating>
                  <SellerRating xsi:type="xsd:
string">4.5</SellerRating>
                </ThirdPartyProductDetails>
                <ThirdPartyProductDetails xsi:
type="amazon:ThirdPartyProductDetails">
                  <OfferingType xsi:type="xsd:
string">ThirdPartyNew</OfferingType>
                  <SellerId xsi:type="xsd:
string">A150I0Y8V24372</SellerId>
                  <SellerNickname xsi:type="xsd:
string">ponti_books</SellerNickname>
                  <ExchangeId xsi:type="xsd:
string">Y02Y4713751Y1487140</ExchangeId>
                  <OfferingPrice xsi:type="xsd:
string">$81.15</OfferingPrice>
                  <Condition xsi:type="xsd:string">new</
Condition>
                  <ConditionType xsi:type="xsd:
string">Brand NEW! paperback !!! Delivered within 4-14 
working days !!!</ConditionType>
                  <ExchangeAvailability xsi:type="xsd:
string">Usually ships in 1-2 business days</
ExchangeAvailability>
                  <SellerCountry xsi:type="xsd:
string">United Kingdom</SellerCountry>
                  <SellerState xsi:type="xsd:string"/>
                  <ShipComments xsi:type="xsd:
string">International shipping available
</ShipComments>
                  <SellerRating xsi:type="xsd:
string">0.0</SellerRating>
                  <SellerRating xsi:type="xsd:
string">0.0</SellerRating>
                </ThirdPartyProductDetails>
                <ThirdPartyProductDetails xsi:
type="amazon:ThirdPartyProductDetails">
                  <OfferingType xsi:type="xsd:
string">ThirdPartyNew</OfferingType>
                  <SellerId xsi:type="xsd:
string">AW7TB4FMTD6QC</SellerId>
                  <SellerNickname xsi:type="xsd:
string">bookbundledotcom</SellerNickname>
                  <ExchangeId xsi:type="xsd:
string">Y01Y6849822Y8220882</ExchangeId>
                  <OfferingPrice xsi:type="xsd:
string">$94.52</OfferingPrice>
                  <Condition xsi:type="xsd:string">new</
Condition>
                  <ConditionType xsi:type="xsd:string"/>
                  <ExchangeAvailability xsi:type="xsd:
string">Usually ships in 1-2 business days</
ExchangeAvailability>
                  <SellerCountry xsi:type="xsd:
string">United States</SellerCountry>
                  <SellerState xsi:type="xsd:
string">CT</SellerState>
                  <ShipComments xsi:type="xsd:
string">Expedited shipping available
</ShipComments>
                  <SellerRating xsi:type="xsd:
string">0.0</SellerRating>
                  <SellerRating xsi:type="xsd:
string">0.0</SellerRating>
                </ThirdPartyProductDetails>
                <ThirdPartyProductDetails xsi:
type="amazon:ThirdPartyProductDetails">
                  <OfferingType xsi:type="xsd:
string">Used</OfferingType>
                  <SellerId xsi:type="xsd:
string">A2SQVLAWHMCCQH</SellerId>
                  <SellerNickname xsi:type="xsd:
string">bowerybay</SellerNickname>
                  <ExchangeId xsi:type="xsd:
string">Y04Y5912049Y5577643</ExchangeId>
                  <OfferingPrice xsi:type="xsd:
string">$12.00</OfferingPrice>
                  <Condition xsi:type="xsd:
string">verygood</Condition>
                  <ConditionType xsi:type="xsd:
string">Palgrave MacMillan; 2001; Very Good+ in no DJ; 
311; 8vo - 8" to 9" tall;</ConditionType>
                  <ExchangeAvailability xsi:type="xsd:
string">Usually ships in 1-2 business days</
ExchangeAvailability>
                  <SellerCountry xsi:type="xsd:
string">United States</SellerCountry>
                  <SellerState xsi:type="xsd:
string">NY</SellerState>
                  <ShipComments xsi:type="xsd:
string">International shipping available Expedited 
shipping available </ShipComments>
                  <SellerRating xsi:type="xsd:
string">4.5</SellerRating>
                  <SellerRating xsi:type="xsd:
string">4.5</SellerRating>
                </ThirdPartyProductDetails>
                <ThirdPartyProductDetails xsi:
type="amazon:ThirdPartyProductDetails">
                  <OfferingType xsi:type="xsd:
string">Used</OfferingType>
                  <SellerId xsi:type="xsd:
string">AA28NRZ3F3177</SellerId>
                  <SellerNickname xsi:type="xsd:
string">abwwhse</SellerNickname>
                  <ExchangeId xsi:type="xsd:
string">Y04Y3082010Y7396609</ExchangeId>
                  <OfferingPrice xsi:type="xsd:
string">$15.89</OfferingPrice>
                  <Condition xsi:type="xsd:
string">verygood</Condition>
                  <ConditionType xsi:type="xsd:
string">Item(s) will ship from warehouse within 1-2 days 
of purchase.</ConditionType>
                  <ExchangeAvailability xsi:type="xsd:
string">Usually ships in 1-2 business days</
ExchangeAvailability>
                  <SellerCountry xsi:type="xsd:
string">United States</SellerCountry>
                  <SellerState xsi:type="xsd:
string">PA</SellerState>
                  <SellerRating xsi:type="xsd:
string">5.0</SellerRating>
                  <SellerRating xsi:type="xsd:
string">5.0</SellerRating>
                </ThirdPartyProductDetails>
                <ThirdPartyProductDetails xsi:
type="amazon:ThirdPartyProductDetails">
                  <OfferingType xsi:type="xsd:
string">Used</OfferingType>
                  <SellerId xsi:type="xsd:
string">A1OFYZC3UDZRLK</SellerId>
                  <SellerNickname xsi:type="xsd:
string">liz@bookacademy.co.uk</SellerNickname>
                  <ExchangeId xsi:type="xsd:
string">Y03Y6602085Y3410921</ExchangeId>
                  <OfferingPrice xsi:type="xsd:
string">$29.98</OfferingPrice>
                  <Condition xsi:type="xsd:
string">verygood</Condition>
                  <ConditionType xsi:type="xsd:
string">Publisher: Palgrave Macmillan&lt;br&gt;Date of 
Publication: 2001&lt;br&gt;Condition: Very Good&lt;
br&gt;Description: 0312238622</ConditionType>
                  <ExchangeAvailability xsi:type="xsd:
string">Usually ships in 1-2 business days</
ExchangeAvailability>
                  <SellerCountry xsi:type="xsd:
string">United Kingdom</SellerCountry>
                  <SellerState xsi:type="xsd:string"/>
                  <ShipComments xsi:type="xsd:
string">International shipping available </ShipComments>
                  <SellerRating xsi:type="xsd:
string">4.0</SellerRating>
                  <SellerRating xsi:type="xsd:
string">4.0</SellerRating>
                </ThirdPartyProductDetails>
              </ThirdPartyProductDetails>
            </ThirdPartyProductInfo>
            <BrowseList SOAP-ENC:arrayType="amazon:
BrowseNode[8]" xsi:type="SOAP-ENC:Array">
              <BrowseNode xsi:type="amazon:BrowseNode">
                <BrowseName xsi:type="xsd:
string">Animated films</BrowseName>
              </BrowseNode>
              <BrowseNode xsi:type="amazon:BrowseNode">
                <BrowseName xsi:type="xsd:
string">Animation</BrowseName>
              </BrowseNode>
              <BrowseNode xsi:type="amazon:BrowseNode">
                <BrowseName xsi:type="xsd:string">Film 
&amp; Video - General</BrowseName>
              </BrowseNode>
              <BrowseNode xsi:type="amazon:BrowseNode">
                <BrowseName xsi:type="xsd:
string">Japan</BrowseName>
              </BrowseNode>
              <BrowseNode xsi:type="amazon:BrowseNode">
                <BrowseName xsi:type="xsd:string">Pop 
Arts / Pop Culture</BrowseName>
              </BrowseNode>
              <BrowseNode xsi:type="amazon:BrowseNode">
                <BrowseName xsi:type="xsd:
string">Popular Culture - General</BrowseName>
              </BrowseNode>
              <BrowseNode xsi:type="amazon:BrowseNode">
                <BrowseName xsi:type="xsd:string">Social 
Science</BrowseName>
              </BrowseNode>
              <BrowseNode xsi:type="amazon:BrowseNode">
                <BrowseName xsi:type="xsd:
string">Sociology</BrowseName>
              </BrowseNode>
            </BrowseList>
            <Media xsi:type="xsd:string">Hardcover</
Media>
            <NumMedia xsi:type="xsd:string">1</NumMedia>
            <Isbn xsi:type="xsd:string">0312238622</
Isbn>
            <Availability xsi:type="xsd:string">Out of 
Print--Limited Availability</Availability>
            <ProductDescription xsi:type="xsd:
string">Although packaged as a book for general readers, 
&lt;i&gt;Anime: From&lt;/i&gt; Akira &lt;i&gt;to&lt;/
i&gt; Princess Mononoke is a dreary academic study that 
showcases the clich&amp;eacute;s of "higher" criticism 
but tells the reader little about the art form. The 
potentially interesting points that Susan Napier raises 
(e.g., Are characters with blond, pink, or purple hair 
really perceived as Japanese?) are ignominiously buried 
in arcane jargon. And she too often discusses other 
authors' theories instead of anime itself. In a section 
on &lt;I&gt;Ranma 1/2&lt;/I&gt;, she refers to various 
books, but in a footnote she cites only a single 
published interview with series creator Rumiko 
Takahashi. If Napier regards the Ranma series as 
significant, why didn't she interview the artist?  &lt;
p&gt; The text is riddled with errors, which suggests 
that the author hasn't watched the films carefully. For 
example, she cites a "brilliant" essay referring to the 
loss of all electrical power in Japan (a symbol of 
"modernization under the patriarchal system") in episode 
3 of &lt;I&gt;Neon Genesis Evangelion&lt;/I&gt;. No 
blackout occurs in this episode. In episode 6, however, 
all the electricity in Japan is requisitioned to power a 
superweapon. &lt;i&gt;From&lt;/i&gt; Akira &lt;i&gt;
to&lt;/i&gt; Princess Mononoke is the sort of book 
churned out by professors to satisfy publish-or-perish 
rules. &lt;I&gt;--Charles Solomon&lt;/I&gt; </
ProductDescription>
            <Reviews xsi:type="amazon:Reviews">
              <AvgCustomerRating xsi:type="xsd:
string">3.74</AvgCustomerRating>
              <TotalCustomerReviews xsi:type="xsd:
string">27</TotalCustomerReviews>
              <CustomerReviews SOAP-ENC:
arrayType="amazon:CustomerReview[3]" xsi:type="SOAP-ENC:
Array">
                <CustomerReview xsi:type="amazon:
CustomerReview">
                  <Rating xsi:type="xsd:string">4</
Rating>
                  <Summary xsi:type="xsd:string">Not 
what you think...</Summary>
                  <Comment xsi:type="xsd:string">The 
first thing I need to note is that the title of this 
book is misleading. It is definitely NOT a survey of 
recent anime history. It is also not explicitly aimed at 
an otaku audience, although every otaku out there should 
be interested. In fact, this is an academic work of film 
criticism, analyzing a variety of themes that appear in 
recent anime. Keep this in mind and you won't be 
disappointed.&lt;P&gt;I did find a couple of things to 
be annoying. For one, Napier uses a fair amount of 
academic Newspeak. It wasn't difficult, just 
distracting, and I don't think it adds anything to the 
text. Also, some of her analysis appears to be clouded 
by the need to bow to the sacred cows of PC. Check out 
her analysis of gender roles in &amp;quot;Wicked 
City&amp;quot;, where she completely ignores the fact 
that it is the female lead who ends up being the most 
powerful character.&lt;P&gt;Don't let my gripes mislead 
you. This book's positive points far outweigh it's 
negatives. Most of Napier's analysis is quite 
insightful, and I've found myself watching a lot of 
these anime with her ideas in mind. The fact that she 
compares concepts between different anime was especially 
interesting; where else can you get a thorough 
comparison of the apocalyptic themes in &amp;quot;
Akira&amp;quot; and &amp;quot;Evangelion&amp;quot;?&lt;
P&gt;I'm sure plenty of people will be disappointed that 
their favorite anime didn't rate mention (what, no &amp;
quot;Tenchi&amp;quot;?!?). Take this book for what it 
is, and enjoy it. Then pop in those beat up old &amp;
quot;Bubblegum Crisis&amp;quot; tapes and see some old 
favorites in a new light.</Comment>
                </CustomerReview>
                <CustomerReview xsi:type="amazon:
CustomerReview">
                  <Rating xsi:type="xsd:string">3</
Rating>
                  <Summary xsi:type="xsd:string">Who is 
the target audience?</Summary>
                  <Comment xsi:type="xsd:string">Napier 
presents an in-depth analysis of anime works that are 
popular in the US. The book seems to try to meet demands 
from both non-academic anime fans and academics who need 
information about pop culture of contemporary Japan. 
Unfortunately, this book does not meet either demands to 
the level of satisfaction. If you are a hard-core anime 
fan, you must simply wonder why the golden age of anime, 
which is from the late 70s to the 80s, are largely 
ignored. You might also wonder why only the anime titles 
that are popular in the West are treated in the book. 
For example, among Miyazaki Hayao's works, the most 
important (for both fans and creators of anime in Japan) 
are Lupin, Nausicaa and Laputa: Mononoke Hime's 
importance is a very recent idea marketed by Disney to 
American audience. Furthermore, Napier does not care 
about the important anime titles (in terms of both anime 
history and Japanese culture) like Gundam and Macross. 
Her anime collection seems to be limited to US official 
releases (I guess she doesn't watch fansubs...) If you 
are an academic who is looking for an overview and some 
concrete information about Japanese anime, then this 
book will not help you much. For example, she regards 
Akira as a representative anime work, but the truth is 
that Akira is important because it was the first 
international release. The same can be said about Ghost 
in the Shell. In short, Napier only discusses anime 
titles that are visible to American or Western audience 
and discuss them as if Japan has had the same perception 
of anime as America. There are many important anime 
works before Akira. Actually, compared to those, Akira 
is not so important at all. What if you see a book that 
tries to explain what American literature is, without 
mentioning Emerson, Hawthorne and Melville? As a reader 
who is both an academic and an anime fan, I don't see 
who this book is trying to target as its legitimate 
reader. Overall, Napier's discussions in this book are 
organized and solid as a scholarly work, but her 
approach and presumed frame of logic should be seriously 
questioned.</Comment>
                </CustomerReview>
                <CustomerReview xsi:type="amazon:
CustomerReview">
                  <Rating xsi:type="xsd:string">5</
Rating>
                  <Summary xsi:type="xsd:string">An 
excellent account of the genre</Summary>
                  <Comment xsi:type="xsd:string">This is 
a definite must read for all fans of anime. It is 
especially good to novice otaku like myself who only 
really know of the things I grew up watching as a kid 
and a few releases here (Force Five, Star Blazers, 
Battle of the Planets, Akira, Princess Mononoke). It 
explores central themes around many different types of 
anime and warns you (indirectly) about what things to 
avoid. For exaple, no parent after reading this book 
will allow their children to go anywhere near the Hentai 
sections of an anime video store, though I did see 
Legend of the Overfiend a few shelves away from Sailor 
Moon at one store. BAD IDEA, Newbury Comics!!!&lt;BR&gt; 
If I have one criticism of this book, it would be that 
it is written in too scholarly a manner and the author's 
editor should have told the author to tone it down a 
bit. There was also to much of a repetition of certain 
phrases. As a reader, I got sick of the word &amp;quot;
privelidge&amp;quot; by the end of the second chapter 
and there was lots more to come. Still, if it wasn't for 
this book, I never would have discovered such d elights 
as Ranma 1/2, Nausicaa, or Ghost In The Shell; so I 
would highly recommend this book to anyone interested in 
anime.</Comment>
                </CustomerReview>
              </CustomerReviews>
            </Reviews>
            <SimilarProducts SOAP-ENC:arrayType="xsd:
string[5]" xsi:type="SOAP-ENC:Array">
              <Product xsi:type="xsd:
string">1880656647</Product>
              <Product xsi:type="xsd:
string">1880656418</Product>
              <Product xsi:type="xsd:
string">1880656728</Product>
              <Product xsi:type="xsd:
string">1880656329</Product>
              <Product xsi:type="xsd:
string">188065623X</Product>
            </SimilarProducts>
          </Details>
        </Details>
      </return>
    </namesp117:AsinSearchRequestResponse>
    <SellerRating _id="1" xsi:type="xsd:string">4.5</
SellerRating>
    <SellerRating _id="1" xsi:type="xsd:string">0.0</
SellerRating>
    <SellerRating _id="1" xsi:type="xsd:string">0.0</
SellerRating>
    <SellerRating _id="1" xsi:type="xsd:string">4.0</
SellerRating>
    <SellerRating _id="1" xsi:type="xsd:string">5.0</
SellerRating>
    <SellerRating _id="1" xsi:type="xsd:string">4.5</
SellerRating>
  </SOAP-ENV:Body>
</SOAP-ENV:Envelope>
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 [2004-08-26 14:53 UTC] dmitry@php.net
I am not sure about valid XML document.
It contains special characters with code 003.

The BUG comes from libxml.

The following document breaks libxml.
---
<?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8"?>
<Comment>Hello.</Comment>
---
I haven't ideas how to fix it.

 [2004-08-26 14:58 UTC] derick@php.net
If that's the case than it's a bug in your XML. You are not allowed to have control characters in your XML. Not a bug in PHP -> bogus.
 [2004-08-26 17:08 UTC] jamus at jamus dot com
I verified that 0x03 was in the XML returned by Amazon.com.  I'll post a bug report with them.  Apparently, when I copied/pasted the XML document from ethereal, the control character didn't copy.  Sorry for the bogus report.
 
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