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From Tiago Becker <tiagobec...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: [users@httpd] Help with CharSet
Date Mon, 29 Jun 2009 19:52:21 GMT
Well, i tried to call the page on the browser, and all the characters
are correct...

Seems like a prototype problem after all, but why does it work on the
other machine?

Its a python system, btw.

I'll try the prototype list, thnx ppl!

:-)



On Mon, Jun 29, 2009 at 4:39 PM, André Warnier<aw@ice-sa.com> wrote:
> Tiago Becker wrote:
>>
>> Hi. Sorry if i wanst clear :-(
>>
>> Yes, with a static page it works, data coming from the databse works,
>> it doesnt work only with ajax (prototype).
>>
>> I'm thinking its an apache miss configuration because it all work in
>> the other machine (same prototype version, apache, different
>> ubuntu)... The special (or accentuated) char i mean is like ã or é...
>>
>> The most annoying thing is that it usually replaces those chars with a
>> ? char, and in this case, it replaces them with the an image (?!,
>> attached)...
>>
> Let's forget the Ajax stuff for a minute, since you say it works on another
> machine with the same pages etc..
>
> What is "behind" this Apache, to deliver the pages that are not static ?
>
> I mean, the static pages come correctly from Apache, so it seems that Apache
> itself is not doing anything wrong.
>
> If there is some application behind Apache which is producing that data that
> appears wrong, then it is probably that application which is the problem.
>  If it is some separate kind of process, check to see if the "locale" under
> which that application is started, is the same as on the other machine(s)
> where it works.
>
>
> By the way, there is nothing "special" about the ã or é characters. They are
> valid iso-8859-1 characters just like any others.  It is just to our
> alphabet-challenged English-speaking friends that they look special.
> :-)
>
>
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