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jboss, glassfish and @Encoded

 
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I wasn't sure which forum this question belongs in so here goes...

we are double encoding our rest resource parameters and JBOSS seems to be incorrectly handling the @Encoded

here is my method, if i run it like this (using JBOSS as my web server) the parameter arrives double encoded, if I add @Encoded it arrives only singly encoded.
When i run this using glassfish with @Encoded the parameters arrive double encoded and without it they are singly encoded (which is how i think it should be)



version information
JBOSS 7.1
Glassfish 3.1.2
windows 7

from the JBOSS/ jax-rs pages i found


The @javax.ws.rs.Encoded annotation can be used on a class, method, or param. By default, inject @PathParam and @QueryParams are decoded. By additionally adding the @Encoded annotation, the value of these params will be provided in encoded form.



I need my code to run under both systems (and websphere when we get that working at all ) so are there any flags or settings to help with this please
 
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