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    • Type: Bug Bug
    • Status: Open
    • Priority: Major Major
    • Resolution: Unresolved
    • Affects Version/s: 2.0
    • Fix Version/s: None
    • Labels:
      None

      Description

      There are some HTML errors in the released JMS 2.0 documentation at
      https://jms-spec.java.net/2.0/apidocs/index.html

      For example, in the javadoc for Message:
      https://jms-spec.java.net/2.0/apidocs/javax/jms/Message.html

      The JMS API reserves the JMS_<I>vendor_name</I> property
      
      <I>arithmetic-expr1</I> [NOT] BETWEEN <I>arithmetic-expr2</I> AND <I>arithmetic-expr3</I> (comparison operator)
      
      "age&nbsp;BETWEEN&nbsp;15&nbsp;AND&nbsp;19" is equivalent to "age&nbsp;>=&nbsp;15&nbsp;AND&nbsp;age&nbsp;<=&nbsp;19"
      "age&nbsp;NOT&nbsp;BETWEEN&nbsp;15&nbsp;AND&nbsp;19" is equivalent to "age&nbsp;<&nbsp;15&nbsp;OR&nbsp;age&nbsp;>&nbsp;19" 
      

      The spurious <I> and &nbsp characters are caused by @code constructs containing HTML which is getting escaped by the javadoc program.

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        Nigel Deakin added a comment - - edited

        Changes to Message:

        --- jms2.0/src/main/java/javax/jms/Message.java (revision 282)
        +++ jms2.0/src/main/java/javax/jms/Message.java (working copy)
        @@ -235,9 +235,9 @@
           * Unless specifically noted, the values and semantics of the JMSX properties
           * are undefined.
           *
        -  * <P>The JMS API reserves the {@code JMS_<I>vendor_name</I>} property
        +  * <P>The JMS API reserves the <CODE>JMS_<I>vendor_name</I></CODE> property
           * name prefix for provider-specific properties. Each provider defines its own
        -  * value for {@code <I>vendor_name</I>}. This is the mechanism a JMS
        +  * value for <CODE><I>vendor_name</I></CODE>. This is the mechanism a JMS
           * provider uses to make its special per-message services available to a JMS
           * client.
           *
        @@ -399,70 +399,70 @@
           *     <LI>Arithmetic operations must use numeric promotion in the Java
           *         programming language.
           *   </UL>
        -  *   <LI>{@code <I>arithmetic-expr1</I> [NOT] BETWEEN <I>arithmetic-expr2</I>
        -  *       AND <I>arithmetic-expr3</I>} (comparison operator)
        +  *   <LI><CODE><I>arithmetic-expr1</I> [NOT] BETWEEN <I>arithmetic-expr2</I>
        +  *       AND <I>arithmetic-expr3</I></CODE> (comparison operator)
           *   <UL>
        -  *     <LI>{@code "age&nbsp;BETWEEN&nbsp;15&nbsp;AND&nbsp;19"} is
        +  *     <LI><CODE>"age&nbsp;BETWEEN&nbsp;15&nbsp;AND&nbsp;19"</CODE> is
           *         equivalent to
        -  *         {@code "age&nbsp;>=&nbsp;15&nbsp;AND&nbsp;age&nbsp;<=&nbsp;19"}
        -  *     <LI>{@code "age&nbsp;NOT&nbsp;BETWEEN&nbsp;15&nbsp;AND&nbsp;19"}
        +  *         <CODE>"age&nbsp;>=&nbsp;15&nbsp;AND&nbsp;age&nbsp;<=&nbsp;19"</CODE>
        +  *     <LI><CODE>"age&nbsp;NOT&nbsp;BETWEEN&nbsp;15&nbsp;AND&nbsp;19"</CODE>
           *         is equivalent to
        -  *         {@code "age&nbsp;<&nbsp;15&nbsp;OR&nbsp;age&nbsp;>&nbsp;19"}
        +  *         <CODE>"age&nbsp;<&nbsp;15&nbsp;OR&nbsp;age&nbsp;>&nbsp;19"</CODE>
           *   </UL>
        -  *   <LI>{@code <I>identifier</I> [NOT] IN (<I>string-literal1</I>,
        -  *       <I>string-literal2</I>,...)} (comparison operator where
        -  *       {@code <I>identifier</I>} has a {@code String} or
        -  *       {@code NULL} value)
        +  *   <LI><CODE><I>identifier</I> [NOT] IN (<I>string-literal1</I>,
        +  *       <I>string-literal2</I>,...)</CODE> (comparison operator where
        +  *       <CODE><I>identifier</I></CODE> has a <CODE>String</CODE> or
        +  *       <CODE>NULL</CODE> value)
           *   <UL>
        -  *     <LI>{@code "Country&nbsp;IN&nbsp;('&nbsp;UK',&nbsp;'US',&nbsp;'France')"}
        +  *     <LI><CODE>"Country&nbsp;IN&nbsp;('&nbsp;UK',&nbsp;'US',&nbsp;'France')"</CODE>
           *         is true for
        -  *         {@code 'UK'} and false for {@code 'Peru'}; it is
        +  *         <CODE>'UK'</CODE> and false for <CODE>'Peru'</CODE>; it is
           *         equivalent to the expression
        -  *         {@code "(Country&nbsp;=&nbsp;'&nbsp;UK')&nbsp;OR&nbsp;(Country&nbsp;=&nbsp;'&nbsp;US')&nbsp;OR&nbsp;(Country&nbsp;=&nbsp;'&nbsp;France')"}
        -  *     <LI>{@code "Country&nbsp;NOT&nbsp;IN&nbsp;('&nbsp;UK',&nbsp;'US',&nbsp;'France')"}
        -  *         is false for {@code 'UK'} and true for {@code 'Peru'}; it
        +  *         <CODE>"(Country&nbsp;=&nbsp;'&nbsp;UK')&nbsp;OR&nbsp;(Country&nbsp;=&nbsp;'&nbsp;US')&nbsp;OR&nbsp;(Country&nbsp;=&nbsp;'&nbsp;France')"</CODE>
        +  *     <LI><CODE>"Country&nbsp;NOT&nbsp;IN&nbsp;('&nbsp;UK',&nbsp;'US',&nbsp;'France')"</CODE>
        +  *         is false for <CODE>'UK'</CODE> and true for <CODE>'Peru'</CODE>; it
           *         is equivalent to the expression
        -  *         {@code "NOT&nbsp;((Country&nbsp;=&nbsp;'&nbsp;UK')&nbsp;OR&nbsp;(Country&nbsp;=&nbsp;'&nbsp;US')&nbsp;OR&nbsp;(Country&nbsp;=&nbsp;'&nbsp;France'))"}
        -  *     <LI>If identifier of an {@code IN} or {@code NOT IN}
        -  *         operation is {@code NULL}, the value of the operation is
        +  *         <CODE>"NOT&nbsp;((Country&nbsp;=&nbsp;'&nbsp;UK')&nbsp;OR&nbsp;(Country&nbsp;=&nbsp;'&nbsp;US')&nbsp;OR&nbsp;(Country&nbsp;=&nbsp;'&nbsp;France'))"</CODE>
        +  *     <LI>If identifier of an <CODE>IN</CODE> or <CODE>NOT IN</CODE>
        +  *         operation is <CODE>NULL</CODE>, the value of the operation is
           *         unknown.
           *   </UL>
        -  *   <LI>{@code <I>identifier</I> [NOT] LIKE <I>pattern-value</I> [ESCAPE
        -  *       <I>escape-character</I>]} (comparison operator, where
        -  *       {@code <I>identifier</I>} has a {@code String} value;
        -  *       {@code <I>pattern-value</I>} is a string literal where
        -  *       {@code '_'} stands for any single character; {@code '%'}
        +  *   <LI><CODE><I>identifier</I> [NOT] LIKE <I>pattern-value</I> [ESCAPE
        +  *       <I>escape-character</I>]</CODE> (comparison operator, where
        +  *       <CODE><I>identifier</I></CODE> has a <CODE>String</CODE> value;
        +  *       <CODE><I>pattern-value</I></CODE> is a string literal where
        +  *       <CODE>'_'</CODE> stands for any single character; <CODE>'%'</CODE>
           *       stands for any sequence of characters, including the empty sequence;
           *       and all other characters stand for themselves. The optional
        -  *       {@code <I>escape-character</I>} is a single-character string
        +  *       <CODE><I>escape-character</I></CODE> is a single-character string
           *       literal whose character is used to escape the special meaning of the
        -  *       {@code '_'} and {@code '%'} in
        -  *       {@code <I>pattern-value</I>}.)
        +  *       <CODE>'_'</CODE> and <CODE>'%'</CODE> in
        +  *       <CODE><I>pattern-value</I></CODE>.)
           *   <UL>
        -  *     <LI>{@code "phone&nbsp;LIKE&nbsp;'12%3'"} is true for
        -  *         {@code '123'} or {@code '12993'} and false for
        -  *         {@code '1234'}
        -  *     <LI>{@code "word&nbsp;LIKE&nbsp;'l_se'"} is true for
        -  *         {@code 'lose'} and false for {@code 'loose'}
        -  *     <LI>{@code "underscored&nbsp;LIKE&nbsp;'\_%'&nbsp;ESCAPE&nbsp;'\'"}
        -  *          is true for {@code '_foo'} and false for {@code 'bar'}
        -  *     <LI>{@code "phone&nbsp;NOT&nbsp;LIKE&nbsp;'12%3'"} is false for
        -  *         {@code '123'} or {@code '12993'} and true for
        -  *         {@code '1234'}
        -  *     <LI>If {@code <I>identifier</I>} of a {@code LIKE} or
        -  *         {@code NOT LIKE} operation is {@code NULL}, the value
        +  *     <LI><CODE>"phone&nbsp;LIKE&nbsp;'12%3'"</CODE> is true for
        +  *         <CODE>'123'</CODE> or <CODE>'12993'</CODE> and false for
        +  *         <CODE>'1234'</CODE>
        +  *     <LI><CODE>"word&nbsp;LIKE&nbsp;'l_se'"</CODE> is true for
        +  *         <CODE>'lose'</CODE> and false for <CODE>'loose'</CODE>
        +  *     <LI><CODE>"underscored&nbsp;LIKE&nbsp;'\_%'&nbsp;ESCAPE&nbsp;'\'"</CODE>
        +  *          is true for <CODE>'_foo'</CODE> and false for <CODE>'bar'</CODE>
        +  *     <LI><CODE>"phone&nbsp;NOT&nbsp;LIKE&nbsp;'12%3'"</CODE> is false for
        +  *         <CODE>'123'</CODE> or <CODE>'12993'</CODE> and true for
        +  *         <CODE>'1234'</CODE>
        +  *     <LI>If <CODE><I>identifier</I></CODE> of a <CODE>LIKE</CODE> or
        +  *         <CODE>NOT LIKE</CODE> operation is <CODE>NULL</CODE>, the value
           *         of the operation is unknown.
           *   </UL>
        -  *   <LI>{@code <I>identifier</I> IS NULL} (comparison operator that tests
        +  *   <LI><CODE><I>identifier</I> IS NULL</CODE> (comparison operator that tests
           *       for a null header field value or a missing property value)
           *   <UL>
        -  *     <LI>{@code "prop_name&nbsp;IS&nbsp;NULL"}
        +  *     <LI><CODE>"prop_name&nbsp;IS&nbsp;NULL"</CODE>
           *   </UL>
        -  *   <LI>{@code <I>identifier</I> IS NOT NULL} (comparison operator that
        +  *   <LI><CODE><I>identifier</I> IS NOT NULL</CODE> (comparison operator that
           *       tests for the existence of a non-null header field value or a property
           *       value)
           *   <UL>
        -  *     <LI>{@code "prop_name&nbsp;IS&nbsp;NOT&nbsp;NULL"}
        +  *     <LI><CODE>"prop_name&nbsp;IS&nbsp;NOT&nbsp;NULL"</CODE>
           *   </UL>
           *
           * <P>JMS providers are required to verify the syntactic correctness of a
        @@ -1349,8 +1349,8 @@
               *
               * <P>This method can be used to return, in objectified format,
               * an object that has been stored as a property in the message with the
        -      * equivalent {@code setObjectProperty} method call, or its equivalent
        -      * primitive {@code set<I>type</I>Property} method.
        +      * equivalent <CODE>setObjectProperty</CODE> method call, or its equivalent
        +      * primitive <CODE>set<I>type</I>Property</CODE> method.
               *
               * @param name the name of the Java object property
               *
        
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        Nigel Deakin added a comment - - edited Changes to Message : --- jms2.0/src/main/java/javax/jms/Message.java (revision 282) +++ jms2.0/src/main/java/javax/jms/Message.java (working copy) @@ -235,9 +235,9 @@ * Unless specifically noted, the values and semantics of the JMSX properties * are undefined. * - * <P>The JMS API reserves the {@code JMS_<I>vendor_name</I>} property + * <P>The JMS API reserves the <CODE>JMS_<I>vendor_name</I></CODE> property * name prefix for provider-specific properties. Each provider defines its own - * value for {@code <I>vendor_name</I>}. This is the mechanism a JMS + * value for <CODE><I>vendor_name</I></CODE>. This is the mechanism a JMS * provider uses to make its special per-message services available to a JMS * client. * @@ -399,70 +399,70 @@ * <LI>Arithmetic operations must use numeric promotion in the Java * programming language. * </UL> - * <LI>{@code <I>arithmetic-expr1</I> [NOT] BETWEEN <I>arithmetic-expr2</I> - * AND <I>arithmetic-expr3</I>} (comparison operator) + * <LI><CODE><I>arithmetic-expr1</I> [NOT] BETWEEN <I>arithmetic-expr2</I> + * AND <I>arithmetic-expr3</I></CODE> (comparison operator) * <UL> - * <LI>{@code "age&nbsp;BETWEEN&nbsp;15&nbsp;AND&nbsp;19"} is + * <LI><CODE>"age&nbsp;BETWEEN&nbsp;15&nbsp;AND&nbsp;19"</CODE> is * equivalent to - * {@code "age&nbsp;>=&nbsp;15&nbsp;AND&nbsp;age&nbsp;<=&nbsp;19"} - * <LI>{@code "age&nbsp;NOT&nbsp;BETWEEN&nbsp;15&nbsp;AND&nbsp;19"} + * <CODE>"age&nbsp;>=&nbsp;15&nbsp;AND&nbsp;age&nbsp;<=&nbsp;19"</CODE> + * <LI><CODE>"age&nbsp;NOT&nbsp;BETWEEN&nbsp;15&nbsp;AND&nbsp;19"</CODE> * is equivalent to - * {@code "age&nbsp;<&nbsp;15&nbsp;OR&nbsp;age&nbsp;>&nbsp;19"} + * <CODE>"age&nbsp;<&nbsp;15&nbsp;OR&nbsp;age&nbsp;>&nbsp;19"</CODE> * </UL> - * <LI>{@code <I>identifier</I> [NOT] IN (<I>string-literal1</I>, - * <I>string-literal2</I>,...)} (comparison operator where - * {@code <I>identifier</I>} has a {@code String} or - * {@code NULL} value) + * <LI><CODE><I>identifier</I> [NOT] IN (<I>string-literal1</I>, + * <I>string-literal2</I>,...)</CODE> (comparison operator where + * <CODE><I>identifier</I></CODE> has a <CODE>String</CODE> or + * <CODE>NULL</CODE> value) * <UL> - * <LI>{@code "Country&nbsp;IN&nbsp;('&nbsp;UK',&nbsp;'US',&nbsp;'France')"} + * <LI><CODE>"Country&nbsp;IN&nbsp;('&nbsp;UK',&nbsp;'US',&nbsp;'France')"</CODE> * is true for - * {@code 'UK'} and false for {@code 'Peru'}; it is + * <CODE>'UK'</CODE> and false for <CODE>'Peru'</CODE>; it is * equivalent to the expression - * {@code "(Country&nbsp;=&nbsp;'&nbsp;UK')&nbsp;OR&nbsp;(Country&nbsp;=&nbsp;'&nbsp;US')&nbsp;OR&nbsp;(Country&nbsp;=&nbsp;'&nbsp;France')"} - * <LI>{@code "Country&nbsp;NOT&nbsp;IN&nbsp;('&nbsp;UK',&nbsp;'US',&nbsp;'France')"} - * is false for {@code 'UK'} and true for {@code 'Peru'}; it + * <CODE>"(Country&nbsp;=&nbsp;'&nbsp;UK')&nbsp;OR&nbsp;(Country&nbsp;=&nbsp;'&nbsp;US')&nbsp;OR&nbsp;(Country&nbsp;=&nbsp;'&nbsp;France')"</CODE> + * <LI><CODE>"Country&nbsp;NOT&nbsp;IN&nbsp;('&nbsp;UK',&nbsp;'US',&nbsp;'France')"</CODE> + * is false for <CODE>'UK'</CODE> and true for <CODE>'Peru'</CODE>; it * is equivalent to the expression - * {@code "NOT&nbsp;((Country&nbsp;=&nbsp;'&nbsp;UK')&nbsp;OR&nbsp;(Country&nbsp;=&nbsp;'&nbsp;US')&nbsp;OR&nbsp;(Country&nbsp;=&nbsp;'&nbsp;France'))"} - * <LI>If identifier of an {@code IN} or {@code NOT IN} - * operation is {@code NULL}, the value of the operation is + * <CODE>"NOT&nbsp;((Country&nbsp;=&nbsp;'&nbsp;UK')&nbsp;OR&nbsp;(Country&nbsp;=&nbsp;'&nbsp;US')&nbsp;OR&nbsp;(Country&nbsp;=&nbsp;'&nbsp;France'))"</CODE> + * <LI>If identifier of an <CODE>IN</CODE> or <CODE>NOT IN</CODE> + * operation is <CODE>NULL</CODE>, the value of the operation is * unknown. * </UL> - * <LI>{@code <I>identifier</I> [NOT] LIKE <I>pattern-value</I> [ESCAPE - * <I>escape-character</I>]} (comparison operator, where - * {@code <I>identifier</I>} has a {@code String} value; - * {@code <I>pattern-value</I>} is a string literal where - * {@code '_'} stands for any single character; {@code '%'} + * <LI><CODE><I>identifier</I> [NOT] LIKE <I>pattern-value</I> [ESCAPE + * <I>escape-character</I>]</CODE> (comparison operator, where + * <CODE><I>identifier</I></CODE> has a <CODE>String</CODE> value; + * <CODE><I>pattern-value</I></CODE> is a string literal where + * <CODE>'_'</CODE> stands for any single character; <CODE>'%'</CODE> * stands for any sequence of characters, including the empty sequence; * and all other characters stand for themselves. The optional - * {@code <I>escape-character</I>} is a single-character string + * <CODE><I>escape-character</I></CODE> is a single-character string * literal whose character is used to escape the special meaning of the - * {@code '_'} and {@code '%'} in - * {@code <I>pattern-value</I>}.) + * <CODE>'_'</CODE> and <CODE>'%'</CODE> in + * <CODE><I>pattern-value</I></CODE>.) * <UL> - * <LI>{@code "phone&nbsp;LIKE&nbsp;'12%3'"} is true for - * {@code '123'} or {@code '12993'} and false for - * {@code '1234'} - * <LI>{@code "word&nbsp;LIKE&nbsp;'l_se'"} is true for - * {@code 'lose'} and false for {@code 'loose'} - * <LI>{@code "underscored&nbsp;LIKE&nbsp;'\_%'&nbsp;ESCAPE&nbsp;'\'"} - * is true for {@code '_foo'} and false for {@code 'bar'} - * <LI>{@code "phone&nbsp;NOT&nbsp;LIKE&nbsp;'12%3'"} is false for - * {@code '123'} or {@code '12993'} and true for - * {@code '1234'} - * <LI>If {@code <I>identifier</I>} of a {@code LIKE} or - * {@code NOT LIKE} operation is {@code NULL}, the value + * <LI><CODE>"phone&nbsp;LIKE&nbsp;'12%3'"</CODE> is true for + * <CODE>'123'</CODE> or <CODE>'12993'</CODE> and false for + * <CODE>'1234'</CODE> + * <LI><CODE>"word&nbsp;LIKE&nbsp;'l_se'"</CODE> is true for + * <CODE>'lose'</CODE> and false for <CODE>'loose'</CODE> + * <LI><CODE>"underscored&nbsp;LIKE&nbsp;'\_%'&nbsp;ESCAPE&nbsp;'\'"</CODE> + * is true for <CODE>'_foo'</CODE> and false for <CODE>'bar'</CODE> + * <LI><CODE>"phone&nbsp;NOT&nbsp;LIKE&nbsp;'12%3'"</CODE> is false for + * <CODE>'123'</CODE> or <CODE>'12993'</CODE> and true for + * <CODE>'1234'</CODE> + * <LI>If <CODE><I>identifier</I></CODE> of a <CODE>LIKE</CODE> or + * <CODE>NOT LIKE</CODE> operation is <CODE>NULL</CODE>, the value * of the operation is unknown. * </UL> - * <LI>{@code <I>identifier</I> IS NULL} (comparison operator that tests + * <LI><CODE><I>identifier</I> IS NULL</CODE> (comparison operator that tests * for a null header field value or a missing property value) * <UL> - * <LI>{@code "prop_name&nbsp;IS&nbsp;NULL"} + * <LI><CODE>"prop_name&nbsp;IS&nbsp;NULL"</CODE> * </UL> - * <LI>{@code <I>identifier</I> IS NOT NULL} (comparison operator that + * <LI><CODE><I>identifier</I> IS NOT NULL</CODE> (comparison operator that * tests for the existence of a non-null header field value or a property * value) * <UL> - * <LI>{@code "prop_name&nbsp;IS&nbsp;NOT&nbsp;NULL"} + * <LI><CODE>"prop_name&nbsp;IS&nbsp;NOT&nbsp;NULL"</CODE> * </UL> * * <P>JMS providers are required to verify the syntactic correctness of a @@ -1349,8 +1349,8 @@ * * <P>This method can be used to return, in objectified format, * an object that has been stored as a property in the message with the - * equivalent {@code setObjectProperty} method call, or its equivalent - * primitive {@code set<I>type</I>Property} method. + * equivalent <CODE>setObjectProperty</CODE> method call, or its equivalent + * primitive <CODE>set<I>type</I>Property</CODE> method. * * @param name the name of the Java object property *
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        Changes to JMSProducer

        --- src/main/java/javax/jms/JMSProducer.java	(revision 282)
        +++ src/main/java/javax/jms/JMSProducer.java	(working copy)
        @@ -1015,7 +1015,7 @@
         	 * This method can be used to return, in objectified format, an object that
         	 * has been stored as a property in the message with the equivalent
         	 * {@code setObjectProperty} method call, or its equivalent primitive
        -	 * {@code set<I>type</I>Property} method.
        +	 * <code>set<I>type</I>Property</code> method.
         	 * 
         	 * @param name
         	 *            the name of the property
        
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        Nigel Deakin added a comment - Changes to JMSProducer --- src/main/java/javax/jms/JMSProducer.java (revision 282) +++ src/main/java/javax/jms/JMSProducer.java (working copy) @@ -1015,7 +1015,7 @@ * This method can be used to return, in objectified format, an object that * has been stored as a property in the message with the equivalent * {@code setObjectProperty} method call, or its equivalent primitive - * {@code set<I>type</I>Property} method. + * <code>set<I>type</I>Property</code> method. * * @param name * the name of the property
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        Changes to MapMessage:

        --- src/main/java/javax/jms/MapMessage.java	(revision 282)
        +++ src/main/java/javax/jms/MapMessage.java	(working copy)
        @@ -269,7 +269,7 @@
               * an object in the Java programming language ("Java object") that had 
               * been stored in the Map with the equivalent
               * {@code setObject} method call, or its equivalent primitive
        -      * {@code set<I>type</I>} method.
        +      * <code>set<I>type</I></code> method.
               *
               * <P>Note that byte values are returned as {@code byte[]}, not 
               * {@code Byte[]}.
        
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        Nigel Deakin added a comment - Changes to MapMessage : --- src/main/java/javax/jms/MapMessage.java (revision 282) +++ src/main/java/javax/jms/MapMessage.java (working copy) @@ -269,7 +269,7 @@ * an object in the Java programming language ("Java object") that had * been stored in the Map with the equivalent * {@code setObject} method call, or its equivalent primitive - * {@code set<I>type</I>} method. + * <code>set<I>type</I></code> method. * * <P>Note that byte values are returned as {@code byte[]}, not * {@code Byte[]}.
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        Changes to StreamMessage

        --- src/main/java/javax/jms/StreamMessage.java	(revision 282)
        +++ src/main/java/javax/jms/StreamMessage.java	(working copy)
        @@ -331,7 +331,7 @@
               * an object in the Java programming language ("Java object") that has 
               * been written to the stream with the equivalent
               * {@code writeObject} method call, or its equivalent primitive
        -      * {@code write<I>type</I>} method.
        +      * <code>write<I>type</I></code> method.
               *  
               * <P>Note that byte values are returned as {@code byte[]}, not 
               * {@code Byte[]}.
        
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        Nigel Deakin added a comment - Changes to StreamMessage --- src/main/java/javax/jms/StreamMessage.java (revision 282) +++ src/main/java/javax/jms/StreamMessage.java (working copy) @@ -331,7 +331,7 @@ * an object in the Java programming language ("Java object") that has * been written to the stream with the equivalent * {@code writeObject} method call, or its equivalent primitive - * {@code write<I>type</I>} method. + * <code>write<I>type</I></code> method. * * <P>Note that byte values are returned as {@code byte[]}, not * {@code Byte[]}.

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