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From Ron Wheeler <rwhee...@artifact-software.com>
Subject Re: Problem with using non-english characters in portlet.xml
Date Thu, 13 Mar 2008 22:16:29 GMT
What language is not supported in UTF-8?
What coding do you want to use?

When do the characters get jumbled?
Check each step in the deployment and see which task is doing the 
unwanted conversion.

What is your development environment - Eclipse or some other IDE, Ant, 
Maven? Who is doing the bad, bad thing to your files?


Ran Harpaz wrote:
> Hello, Everyone,
> I've recently been trying to use a different encoding than the standard
> UTF-8 for my portlet.xml, because, for some reason, jetspeed either doesn't
> deploy my WAR or bugs up the entire portal (no portlets are seen, for one).
> When I don't use characters from my language, I don't have any such
> problems, but, since our business would like to localize the portal in its
> entirety, including portlet title bars, I have to change the portlet.xml to
> suit this need.
> Any solutions to my problems? How do I change the encoding (the deployment
> process reverts the portlet.xml's encoding to utf-8 and my language jumbles
> the entire portlet up), or, if possible, how do I use a different title for
> the portlets without changing the portlet.xml.
> Thanks in advance.

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