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From "Anil Gangolli" <>
Subject Re: accented entry title
Date Thu, 07 Jun 2007 07:35:50 GMT

Make sure that URIEncoding="UTF-8" is on all of the Tomcat connector 
elements that you are using.  For example, if using AJP, make sure it is on 
the Connector element for AJP.

In addition, if you are going through a frontend web server, e.g. Apache 
HTTP with mod_jk, make sure it is passing UTF-8 properly.  People seem to 

JKOptions +ForwardURICompatUnparsed


----- Original Message ----- 
From: "Raúl Fuenzalida" <>
To: <>
Sent: Wednesday, June 06, 2007 11:43 PM
Subject: Re: accented entry title

> Hi.
> Well, after of reading the reply, I told to the guy who is giving me
> support, what to do. He understood perfectly and later he did reply me
> telling me that he done the fix as I told to him.  But when I went to
> see the results, still appear the Tomcat's 404 page.
> Any idea? Do I go to tomcat web and ask there? thanks in advance.
> raúl
> On 6/6/07, Allen Gilliland <> wrote:
>> The problem is going to be somewhere in your webserver config.  Roller
>> does all the right things in terms of providing UTF-8 support, including
>> in urls, but in order for things to work you need to make sure your
>> webserver is properly configured to use UTF-8 as the uri encoding.  If
>> you look at the source of the page your url is ...
>> which is correct.  so the problem is that your webserver is not properly
>> decoding that url.
>> -- Allen
>> Raúl Fuenzalida wrote:
>> > I have a trouble with an entry which has an accented title. When
>> > trying viewing the entry, appears an error page. To try yourself, go
>> > to this page:
>> >
>> > and click "Poesía Infantil en Papel" under the "titulos" list
>> >
>> > thanks in advance
>> >
>> > raúl.

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