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RE: internationalization question

Subject: RE: internationalization question
From: "Michael Kay" <michael.h.kay@xxxxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Mon, 28 Jan 2002 17:49:43 -0000
qu s es extranet
> i've been lurking on the list for a while and have learned a
> lot. thanks to all.
> we've built an extranet application for a company with offices all
> over the world, using servlets and xsl.  users can edit and save
> certain pages. everything works when users use an english version of
> windows. however, non-english offices also need to edit content, and
> the "foreign" characters they enter (via standard text/textarea HTML
> input) apparently get mangled or do not display correctly after saving
> to the db.  unfortunately, i have not tested this myself as i do not
> have an extra machine handy to install a non-english version
> of windows.

The character encoding is probably getting lost on the upload. This is a
question of getting the encoding right in HTML forms, in which case it is
off-topic for this list.

Mike Kay

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