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From "Seak, Teng-Fong" <seak_tengf...@yahoo.com>
Subject Re: Internationalization question
Date Wed, 16 Nov 2005 10:12:20 GMT
    I'm using Tomcat 5.5.9 (in Windows).  I've tried but I don't have 
any problem.  Try to upgrade your Tomcat.

Scott Smith wrote:

>>I'm using Tomcat 4.1.29 on Windows.  I have a context setup which contains
>>some image files (simple jpgs).  In the conf/server.xml file, the context
>>looks something like:
>>
>>
>>
>><context path="photos" docBase="c:\photodirectory" debug="0"
>>privileged="true" />
>>
>>
>>
>>Some of the filenames in this directory have non-English characters (e.g.,
>>ESPAÑA.jpg).
>>
>>
>>
>>For the associated website, I have some html pages which refer to these
>>photos using an image tag that looks something like:
>>
>>
>>
>><img src=http://myhost/photos/ESPAÑA.jpg ...
>>
>>
>>
>>The problem is that the photos with non-English characters aren't being
>>displayed (it appears that Tomcat is unable to find them).  I thought URL
>>Encoding the filename would fix the problem, but it doesn't.  Some of my
>>experiments indicate that the browser (at least IE) will URL encode it
>>anyway as it makes the request.  The html pages are being sent to the
>>browser as utf-8.
>>
>>
>>
>>As a test, I hardcoded the picture to be ESPANA.jpg in the html page and
>>changed the filename in the file system.  Everything worked fine.  Photos
>>that don't have non-English characters also work fine.  Unfortunately, the
>>photos are constantly changing and so I don't have the option of simply
>>renaming the files unless I find a way to do it that can automatically be
>>applied to future files as well as the current ones.
>>
>>
>>
>>My suspicion is that Tomcat isn't URL decoding the filename.
>>
>>
>>
>>Does anyone have any insight into this problem or suggestions about the
>>best way to fix the problem?
>>
>>
>>
>>Scott
>>


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