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From Jarecsni János <jarecsni.ja...@chello.hu>
Subject Catalina 4.0.2 - Tomcat 3.2.3 Incompatibility // character encoding
Date Tue, 26 Feb 2002 16:43:56 GMT
Hi,

I've just upgraded an application to TC4.0.2. We have problems with the
strings that come in the server from web pages. We use ISO-8859-2.

With 3.2.3 it was working all right, we only had to
use -Dfile.encoding=ISO8859_2 with windows and "export LANG=hu_HU" with
Linux. Now we have switched to JDK1.4.0 and Tomcat4.0.2 at the same time.

Now if the user enters characters that are not ISO8859_1 they are
transformed to "?" (so request.getParameter("name") returns a bad value.

Obviously the system is not running with ISO8859_2 enabled...

Any hints?

Thanks
Janos

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Jarecsni, János
MORGAN HILL CONSULTING, Internet Applications Unit
mailto:Jarecsni.Janos@morganhillconsulting.hu
http://morganhillconsulting.hu/ :: Phone+Fax: + 36 1 484 0392


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