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Subject DO NOT REPLY [Bug 28875] - Multi-byte characters in default error page aren't printed out correctly.
Date Wed, 28 Jul 2004 05:18:08 GMT
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Multi-byte characters in default error page aren't printed out correctly.

super-creek@jcom.home.ne.jp changed:

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------- Additional Comments From super-creek@jcom.home.ne.jp  2004-07-28 05:18 -------
Thanks, Moriyoshi.

Pondering carefully, the root cause is only that response.getReporter() 
method has been invoked before content type and locale setter methods of 
response are called.
Once the response.getReporter() method is invoked, the setLocale() method and 
the setCharacterEncoding() method of the response will process nothing.

Therefore, I think that so far my submitted patches are basically no wrong.
When the response.getReporter() method is invoked after setting content type 
and 
appropriate character encoding into this response, this issue surely will be 
solved.


Regards,

Kan Ogawa

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