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I don't see the claimed problem, it all works as it should
>> Dancer 1.3202 server 2120 listenin >> Dancer::Plugin::EscapeHTML (0.22) http://localhost:3000/?jj={%22name%22:%22jsonFileexample%22,%22problem +%22:%22thisIsThrProblem\%22withComma%22};oj=jjjj
  jj => "{\"name\":\"jsonFileexample\",\"problem\":\"thisIsThrProblem\\\"withComma\"}",
  oj => "jjjj",

use Dancer; use Data::Dump qw/ pp /; use Dancer::Plugin::EscapeHTML; any '/' => sub { "<pre>".escape_html( pp( scalar params() ) )."</pre>";;;; }; dance;

In reply to Re^2: perl dancer route template hashref pass complex json file to server issue by Anonymous Monk
in thread perl dancer route template hashref pass complex json file to server issue by RamiD

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