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From "Alin Dosoniu" <>
Subject Re: TOMAHAWK-322: InputSuggestAjax: False Encoding with German Umlauts
Date Wed, 27 Sep 2006 11:35:45 GMT

No there is nothing with %20 in strings. I log the string in a file and there is ?. :(. I
don't know how to do to see exactly the string representation :(. Maybe if I look with a hexeditor.

Just wanted to tell you that something is not ok with s:dojoInitializer.
I added 
<s:dojoInitializer bindEncoding="ISO-8859-2"/> in inputSuggestAjax.jsp from examples
and in html I get this:
<script type="text/javascript">
<!--/*djconfig init*///--></script>
<script type="text/javascript">
<!--var djConfig = { 

I had a look at sources and it looks there is used a Boolean instead of a String for bindEncoding
Is this what is intended to be here? (bindEncoding:false)

Thank you,

> Can you post one of those strings you get on the server side?
> Is there a %20 or something similar in between in case of a blank.
> There are various encodings utilized besides a pure character encoding.
> It is very common that for ajax requests a javascript sided encoding is
> added to the mix (escaping for instance)
> and this is not unescaped properly
> (I recently had a case where a properly escaped string was not unescaped
> for whatever reason by the server side commons.lang class, I switched
> then to another unescaping code for exactly this reason)

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