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From Laura Werner <la...@lwerner.org>
Subject Re: 0xfffd
Date Tue, 01 Jul 2003 18:03:10 GMT
Hi Amit,

0xFFFD is the Unicode "replacement character".  It's substituted into a 
character conversion output in cases where the destination character set 
has no character corresponding to a character in the input string.  It's 
hard to know without seeing your code or a trace log, but I suspect you 
need to set the request's character set.  You can do this with something 
like HttpMethod.setRequestHeader("Content-Type", "multipart/form-data; 
charset=shift-jis"), substituting whatever content type and character 
sets the server is expecting.

-- Laura


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