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Hello everybody.

I suppose this is a somewhat recurent question, but as always, I didn't managed to find a satisfying answer...

Here is my problem :

- I'm developping an web application for french users that can type accentuated letters in forms.
- I store the information in DB and everything is ok.
- I get it back, display it in jsp (with jstl of course! ), everything still ok.

Now I want to capitalise some words.

I use the apache String taglibs :
<str:upperCase>...</str>

That one correctly uppercase the accentuated letter, (for ex '�' in '�').
Still fine.

But now, I want the <str:upperCase> to transform the accentuated letters
in UNaccentuated letters, for ex '�' in 'E'.

I'm not a 'character encoding' guru, so I humbly beg for any help to solve that problem !

Thanks in advance,

S.
[ May 16, 2005: Message edited by: Bear Bibeault ]
 
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"omera omera",

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