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RE: [enhydra] Problem with UTF-8 on EE-6.5-1


Daniel, 
I think you should post this to the XMLC Group also.  It sounds like an
XMLC issue.

To check if it is XMLC  you could create a simple java application, that
uses your XMLC page class.
Modify your text node and write the output to stdout  or write it to
disk. 

 // This does Not Use Enhydra Application server code..
 // Only XMLC code.
 //
 public void main(String[] args) {
        ExampleHTML page = new ExampleHTML();
      // set the text node
        page.getElementTest().getFirstChild().setNodeValue("Czech
characters ... in utf-8");
        System.out.print(page.toDocument());
 }



Mike.

-----Original Message-----
From: Daniel Guryca [mailto:daniel.guryca@xxxxxxxxxx] 
Sent: Tuesday, September 27, 2005 9:19 AM
To: enhydra@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
Subject: [enhydra] Problem with UTF-8 on EE-6.5-1


Hi.

I have a real problem with UTF-8 encoding in Enhydra Enterprise.

I have set everything like this:

1) Change the HTML file to have this line:
<meta http-equiv="Content-Type" content="text/html; charset=utf-8">

2) Add this line into xmlc file:
-html:encoding utf-8

3) Add this line into presentation.conf:
Application.Encoding = "utf-8"

4) Add this to server.xml -> URIEncoding="utf-8"
...
<Connector port="9000"
maxThreads="150" minSpareThreads="25" maxSpareThreads="75"
enableLookups="false" redirectPort="9043" acceptCount="100" debug="0"
connectionTimeout="20000" URIEncoding="utf-8"
disableUploadTimeout="true" />

But I am still not able to get proper characters from my page request.
Everything defined in html files (include utf-8 characters) is printed 
properly but if I want to do this from my Example.java:

ExampleHTML page = 
(ExampleHTML)myComms.xmlcFactory.create(ExampleHTML.class);
page.getElementTest().getFirstChild().setNodeValue("Czech characters ...

in utf-8");

Final output printed for my page request are bad messed encoded 
characters! 
But all utf-8 characters (untouched by java - set statically in HTML 
file) are printed properly.

Java 1.4.2-09 + EE6.5-1 + Tomcat + Eclipse 3.0.0 (included with EE) 
running all these on standard Debian Sarge 3.1 with ISO8859-2 locales.

Thank you for your advices.




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