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Subject DO NOT REPLY [Bug 32500] - specific text-encoding ignored for dynamically generated text
Date Fri, 03 Dec 2004 13:46:50 GMT
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------- Additional Comments From ranlevy@yahoo.com  2004-12-03 14:46 -------
> However, was not able to test your bean. So I created a String variable and 
> used <%= s %> and this works, disproving your theory that <%= causes the 
> problem.

If you use a String that is defined WITHIN the JSP page itself, than you are
using what I called "static" text - a text that is encoded as part of the JSP
page itself. If this is what you did, than you are not testing the problem I
described, because ALL hebrew text withing the JSP page is encoded
and displayed correctly anyway.

The problem is with strings that are not static == not part of the compiled
JSP page, but (rather) imported from a calling servlet.


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