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From "THG" <>
Subject Re: UTF-8 Sending to Database.
Date Mon, 17 Feb 2003 19:42:23 GMT
It could be, that the form data is double encoded or
the jdbc driver automatically encoding the data on the
fly. do u use prepared statements (setString())?

what is the encoding of your dbms?

On Mon, 17 Feb 2003 19:22:55  
 Andoni wrote:
>I am trying to send a Euro symbol (    ) to my database but it keeps being
>corrupted on the way to the servlet from the form on my page.
>When I replace the SQL string in my servlet with one which has a Euro symbol
>hard-coded it works fine and displays in my .jsp fine as the Euro symbol but
>when I submit a form from my JSP with a Euro symbol it gets corrupted into
>nonsense on the way to the servlet.
>Can anyone please help??
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