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Problem in Struts and unicode

knazeer ahmed
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Joined: Sep 09, 2008
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Hi,
i have query regarding unicode.My problem is I am using struts application. In one of my Jsp i have a text area where i can enter hindi words(i did it by using javascript) I am using utf-8 in JSP. I am trying to store it in data base. My table supports Unicode format. When i try save hindi words those are storing in database in different format(ex: तॆस्तिङ् for "testing" string). In other jsp i am trying to see the same it is showing in तॆस्तिङ् format. Can anyone suggest me why this is happening. If i try to store it in \u00.. format it i want to see that in hindi character of \u00.. string but it is displaying in \u00.. format only.

Thanks and Regards,
Nazeer Ahmed.K.
Campbell Ritchie
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It might be an encoding problem, and your command-line may be unable to display Unicode. See this article by Joel Spolsky.
 
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