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Accented characters not showing properly in listing grid in Weblogic based application

Rose Dawson
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Joined: Sep 14, 2009
Posts: 2
We use jboss based server in application development while we use weblogic application server for testing server.
We have a master data of states in which some states have accented chatacters.like (São Paulo, Maranhão,Espírito Santo).We use Ext grid for its display.
So in our applicatin developer server(jboss based) each and every state of brazil is showing properly and showing proper accented characters.
but in our testing server(weblogic based).The master data screen is not showing any records if we select brazil states using a counrty filter setting as brazil.
But for other country its showing all the records.(which dont have any accented characters)
what can be done to remove this.........
thanks in advance.........
Smita Talawadekar
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Joined: Jan 21, 2008
Posts: 9
Hi,

I am facing similar issue... The characters are displayed fine on Tomcat and Jboss but with the (Linux + Weblogic) combination all the accented characters are not displayed properly.

Could you please share the solution you found please?

Many thanks in advance
Ulf Dittmer
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Joined: Mar 22, 2005
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Make sure you're handling encodings and character sets properly all along the processing chain.
Smita Talawadekar
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Joined: Jan 21, 2008
Posts: 9
Yes, The servlets and JSPs use UTF-8 encoding (The encoding is imposed using a generic component).

I just found that LANG and LC_ALL system variables are blank (just got it from locale -a command).... Could it be the reason in this case?

Thanks,

Smita
 
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