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riveting update!

So I had a chance to test this again, the error is below, snipped a little. I've searched this forum for InvocationTargetException and ParseException but to no avail.

I will look at the lucene docs and post what I find here.

net.jforum.exceptions.ForumException: java.lang.reflect.InvocationTargetException
at sun.reflect.NativeMethodAccessorImpl.invoke0(Native Method)
Caused by: org.apache.lucene.queryParser.ParseException: Cannot parse '': Encountered "EOF" at line 1, column 0.
Was expecting one of:
NOT ...
"+" ...
"-" ...
"(" ...
"*" ...
TERM ...
"[" ...
"{" ...

... 36 more

URL is: /

Anyway, this post is about those nuisance squiggly writing countries! I just did a quick test with latin and then some 'foreign' stuff. The latin search works, the goobldygook stuff causes an error.

If this my database fault (mysql setup? I have client and everything set to utf-8 in my.conf) or is this a jforum hiccup?

[originally posted on by jforumapp]
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Didn't find anything on the googles about lucene and parse exception being caused by UTF-8, I'll look at the accept encoding headers perhaps.

I am still treating this a little black-box - I hope it is a config issue... :-/

[originally posted on by jforumapp]
I agree. Here's the link:
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