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Euro Currency Formatting In Linux

Pradeep Daniel

Joined: Oct 11, 2006
Posts: 12
I am using a fedora core 2 linux in which i have my oracle 10g database and tomcat 4.0 installed. In my application i am reading values from database and creating an XML using JDOM. This XML contains the currency tag for which the value is Euro Symbol(�) when i try to read the XML and format the currency fields in the JSP the Euro symbol is not getting displayed instead i get a ? symbol But it works if i use the application in Windows environment (i.e I have my tomcat in Windows). I all teh cases my browser is IE 6.0 and above.
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