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Internationalization in was5.0

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I have a web application with internationalization feature running well in WAS v3.5.7
We put
into command line argument column of application server configuration,
And in our jsp page, we put
<meta http-equiv="Content-Type" content="text/html; charset=gb2312">
and the character which is
will correctly converted into chinese character.

But when we try to do the same thing in WSAD 5.0, it is not working!
I put the
command into Java VM arguments column, but it's not working.
I found out from some articles saying that since WAS v4.0 they have another command
So, I put this one too. But it's still not working.

if I rename the file which consists of chinese character from jsp to html, it will show the chinese character properly.

But we can't convert all of the jsp to html!

please help me!
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