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From Louis Leung <louis.le...@sun.com>
Subject Re: i18n and <bean:write>
Date Mon, 25 Feb 2002 14:36:58 GMT
More on char encoding and i18n :

http://tagunov.newmail.ru/i18n/i18n.html

"Rustad, Aaron" wrote:

> I have a logon page that is internationalized and working correctly. I did
> this by changing the html header information to work with UTF-8 and I set
> the <@ page contentType"....> to work with utf-8 and I put in a <html:html
> locale="true"> as well.
>
> Now my Russian characters are displayed as expected. However, when I logon,
> the resulting pages are not displaying the user name and password in the
> Russian Character set as I thought they would (looks more like garbage
> actually) even though I set up the pages to work with UTF-8.
>
> Any Ideas why this would be happening? When I submit the form and the user
> name and password are populated in the ActionForm, is Java confused about
> the encoding?
>
> Any help is greatly appreciated!
> Thanks!
> Aaron.
>
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