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From Gary L Peskin <ga...@firstech.com>
Subject Re: Reader buggy for transformation? (Was: Re: Force encoding of result doc)
Date Thu, 12 Jul 2001 15:26:51 GMT
Thanks, Bjoern.  I looked at Cmdline.java and this was the first thing
that jumped out at me.  I'm sure I'll be able to reproduce it on my
machine.  If this is a bug, I think it is mostly a bug with the
documentation but probably Scott and Joe should comment on this since I
haven't really thought it through.

It seems to me when you ask for a Writer output, you're asking for a
specific encoding.  The one argument constructor for FileWriter assumes
an encoding of the java system property file.encoding and that's what
you used.  This overrides the encoding requested in the XSLT.

I do think this merits a FAQ entry but I wouldn't change XalanJ.  What
do you think?

Gary

Bjoern Martin wrote:
> 
> I think I got it (at least it works now for me). I used readers and
> writers in my project. Now I switched to streams for testing - and it
> works ?!?
> After this strange experience I wrote a very slim sample program. It
> first uses java.io.FileReader and java.io.FileWriter to read/write the
> data and then - in a second run - uses java.io.FileInputStream and
> java.io.FileOutputStream to do the same job. The input files are
> in.xml and style.xsl, the output files are out1.xml (for
> reader/writer) and out2.xml (for streams). It's all documented in the
> source.
> On my computer out1.xml has the error with the 'รค' char within a UTF-8
> doc (which is not possible for UTF-8), out2.xml works out ok.
> 
> Q: Can you reproduce this problem on your machine? If so, I'll submit
> a bug report.
> 
> Regards.
> 
> --
> Bjoern Martin                                bjoern.martin@gmx.net
> 
>   ------------------------------------------------------------------------
>                 Name: style.xsl
>    style.xsl    Type: BizTalk Schema (text/xml)
>             Encoding: Base64
> 
>              Name: in.xml
>    in.xml    Type: BizTalk Schema (text/xml)
>          Encoding: Quoted-Printable
> 
>                            Name: ReaderVsStream.class
>    ReaderVsStream.class    Type: unspecified type (application/octet-stream)
>                        Encoding: Base64
> 
>                           Name: ReaderVsStream.java
>    ReaderVsStream.java    Type: unspecified type (application/octet-stream)
>                       Encoding: Base64

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