Via SearchDomino and Ronald Pijper:XML encoding a string: XML strings must be encoded to conform to standards. Unfortunately, in Domino there are no XML encoding functions like @URLEncode.
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Update:Rich Schwartz correctly points out that the code was LotusScript. That's what I get for doing a quick blog post (before dashing out to dinner) with out trying the code myself. Interestingly the SearhDomino guys changed their post, after, to reflect that it was LotusScript. My bad.