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From Giulio Ferro <>
Subject Re: JSP Charset problem.
Date Mon, 28 May 2007 09:14:58 GMT
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Peter Petersson ha scritto:
> Hi Giulio
> If I understand you right  you have a working configuration when you are
> starting and running the G server in a UTF-8 environment.
> You can check the encoding settings used by Geronimo via the console 
> JVM section.
> To make sure the browser knows what encoding to expect  you can add the
> following to the beginning of the JSP files
> <?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8"?>
> and/or
> <meta http-equiv="Content-Type" content="application/xhtml+xml;
> charset=UTF-8" />
> Encoding problem can be really tricky especially if the text sources
> also are fetched from a database where double encoding can be a issue.
> I hope this helps.
> /Peter

The problem is not the browser. All pages have the right request /
response setter to the correct character set (UTF-8). As I said
dynamic content from db is displayed correctly.

The problem is JSP compilation.

I have to find a way to tell geronimo to compile the jsp with the
correct character set. By default it uses the character set of the
user who is running geronimo, but I want it to use the character set
I want (the -encoding switch of the javac compiler).


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