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From John Hawkins <>
Subject RE: does axis c++ support other charset.
Date Fri, 07 May 2004 11:36:39 GMT

There is an open source suite called ICU4C which could help us with these
sorts of issues. Look here ->

It could also help us with UTF issues and removal of stl?

John Hawkins,

             "Susantha Kumara"                                             
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I have no idea how I write a client that manipulate Chinese (or any
other than English) characters. But I know that this is something yet to
do in Axis C++. Your feedback and help would be a great help for us to
improve Axis.

How do you write an application to print Chinese characters ?. I mean
using printf(..) etc ?. Do you have different compilers / libaries /
IDEs to do this ?.



-----Original Message-----
From: yl d []
Sent: Monday, May 03, 2004 9:18 PM
Subject: does axis c++ support other charset.


sorry to bother again.

now i am using axis c++ 1.0 as client,and axis java as

i wrote a helloworld webservice.
the method:Hi, returns the string :"hello world".

i succeed to complete the client and server.

but when i want to return a chinese string in the
method "Hi",the client failed to get the right

the client source code is as below:
#include "HelloWorld.h"
int main()
     HelloWorld c;
     string s=c.Hi();


it prints nothing.

anyone can help me?


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