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From ROSSEL Olivier <olivier.ros...@airbus.com>
Subject RE: [REVISIT] RE: UTF-8 and HTML Serializer.
Date Thu, 01 Aug 2002 14:33:40 GMT
> Rossel,
> 

> > can you look at the 'source' XML by serializing it with xml
> > serializer,
> > instead of html?
> > what does it show?
> 
> well i think i got my problem.
> the request generator accepts a parameter to force the 
> encoding of data
> retrieved.
> i misued it by setting the wrong charset.


3 things to know.

there is a way to force the charset for the requestGenerator
(parameter is called form-encoding or form-charset, i think).

Mozilla sends request data using the accept-charset attribute
of the <form>

IE sends request data using the encoding of the HTML page
where the form is.

All can be seen in wikiland 0.5

You will see that the form is in an HTML with a UTF-8 charset.
That the form has the attribute accept-charset set to UTF-8.

And I think (but not sure) has the form-encoding/charset set to UTF-8.

http://lolive.net is the homepage of wikiLand.

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