In my query I want to request some data from a mysql-database.
The Query is something like the following:
select field1, field2
where field3 = :name
The actual query is more complex but that won't change anything for this example.
My Problem is that the name I am search for consits of characters like &,...
When I add the macro (with active debug) to the page and use 'test1 & test2' as Value for name, the debug information shows that the vaule is cut at the special char.
Query parameters: [name=test ]
Query execution time: 49 ms
Template parameters: 
How to handle this?
Bad news: unfortunately I had to roll-back this solution because it caused serious issues in different cases. I'm still searching for a solution for the issue and I'll try to integrate it in our release 2.1 which will be released soon. I would recommend to switch back to the marketplace version and live with the "&" issue for some more time, since the version I gave you might cause issues as soon as you update PocketQuery to the next official version.
I'm really sorry for the inconvenience and I promise I will find a solution for this!
Regards, Felix (Scandio)
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