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Specifying multiple resource path in input-charset

Yogendra Joshi
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Hi Ranchers,

We have a web application using WLS 10.3.4 and we want to set the UTF-8 as charset for certain modules. For ex: Admin, Access etc... I would like to know from you all whether the below is possible in weblogic.xml



What we are actually trying to do is provide multiple url patterns for which UTF-8 should be set as character encoding method. Somehow the above changes always take the first entry only. /admin/* in this case. I would like to know how we can go about entering UTF-8 charset for multiple url pattern in the above format....

Thanks in Advance,
Yogendra N Joshi


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Yogendra Joshi
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Can anyone please reply on my post above

Thanks,
Yogendra
 
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