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From KOZLOV Roman <r-koz...@opencascade.com>
Subject Re: Tomcat/cocoon encoding problem
Date Mon, 10 Jun 2002 07:17:39 GMT
    Hi Michael,

    Did you set the proper encoding for used cocoon's components
(generator, transformer and so on)? I imagine that serializer has it
because you wrote that the result XML encoding is ok. What about other
components?

    Roman

Michael Mangeng wrote:

> That didn´t do it ;-( *searching* thanx anywaymike
>
>      ----- Original Message -----
>      From: Jan Uyttenhove
>      To: cocoon-users@xml.apache.org
>      Sent: Friday, June 07, 2002 5:30 PM
>      Subject: RE: Tomcat/cocoon encoding problem
>       Try to start the jvm (tomcat startup) with property
>      -Dfile.encoding=ISO8859_1Maybe you should choose another
>      encoding, I used ISO8859_1 to solve a similar problem with
>      french characters.Hope this helps.Greetz,Janvisit us @
>      http://www.xume.be
>
>           -----Original Message-----
>           From: Michael Mangeng
>           [mailto:michael.mangeng@ideefix.net]
>           Sent: vrijdag 7 juni 2002 16:47
>           To: cocoon-users@xml.apache.org
>           Subject: Tomcat/cocoon encoding problem
>
>           Hi I´ve set the encoding of both the xsp and the
>           xml serializer correctly. After i request the xml
>           i get the right encoding - ISO-8859-1 in the <?xml
>           ... ?> tag but german umlaut´s like äöü are
>           replaced by '?'. I´ve noticed the same problem
>           when i use beans on my JSP Pages (without cocoon;
>           only tomcat)(Using äöü on a jsp works - but as
>           soon as i set the data in a bean and then request
>           it back - i have äöü instead of the umlauts in my
>           string). I´m using linux 2.4.17, jdk1.3.1, tomcat
>           4.1.2alpha and cocoon2.0.2. So... Is there a
>           anywhere a setting for the jvm, tomcat or cocoon
>           that the umlauts are correctly displayed
>           ? greetingsmike
>


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