RE: XML/XSL Transformation ENCODING error
> From: Mike Brown [SMTP:mike@s...] > Sent: Thursday, June 21, 2001 1:40 PM > To: xml-dev@l... > Subject: Re: XML/XSL Transformation ENCODING error > >Dylan Walsh wrote: >> For the encoding format, try using "cp1252" or perhaps using UTF-8 (the >> default XML encoding). >No, you certainly wouldn't want to misdeclare the encoding as utf-8 if the >actual encoding is windows-1252! The bytes above 0x7F would be >misinterpreted. I should have clarified - I meant that he should *use* UTF-8, as opposed to merely declaring that it was UTF-8, when in fact the document contains non-UTF-8 characters. >"cp1252" is not in the IANA registry but might work with certain parsers, >especially if they are writen in Java. A misdeclaration of "iso-8859-1" >also might suffice. He is using Java, and we have found cp1252 to be supported.
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