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From Joerg Heinicke <jheini...@virbus.de>
Subject Re: [heads up] cocoon's defaults form-encoding and seerialize-encoding are inconsistent.
Date Sat, 01 Nov 2003 11:58:41 GMT
Now I'm confused ...

With the container encoding all resources are read, i.e. my text files 
and the request. The form encoding only recodes the request parameters 
to the expected (i.e. container) encoding. So it works like a servlet 
filter.

Joerg

On 01.11.2003 12:36, Bruno Dumon wrote:

> On Sat, 2003-11-01 at 12:24, Joerg Heinicke wrote:
> 
>>On 01.11.2003 12:08, Reinhard Poetz wrote:
>>
>>
>>>>personally I think this patch should come together with a 
>>>>change to our 
>>>>web.xml so we rather change the default form-encoding to be 
>>>>also "utf-8"
>>>
>>>
>>>sorry, I don't understand this. Does this mean the general encoding is
>>>iso-8859-1 and the form encoding is UTF-8? If yes, why two different
>>>encodings?
>>
>>These are two different things.
>>
>>On the one hand there is the container encoding. It defines with which 
>>encoding textfiles are read, e.g. properties files. It's about servlet 
>>container <=> file system.
>>
> 
> 
> The "container encoding" mentioned here is the encoding with which the
> servlet container decoded request parameters. The servlet spec says that
> this should always be ISO-8859-1 (unless the client specified another
> encoding or, from 2.3, request.setCharacterEncoding is used). This
> parameter has nothing to do with the encoding used to decode e.g. text
> files, and should normally always be left to ISO-8859-1.
> 
> Some more info about all this can be found on this wiki page:
> http://wiki.cocoondev.org/Wiki.jsp?page=RequestParameterEncoding
> 
> 
>>On the other hand there is the form encoding. It defines with which 
>>encoding requests are read. It's about servlet container <=> clients.
>>
>>I hope it's correct so.


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