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Hello All,

We have an application within which there is a fair amount of data in european languages which needs to be displayed on the web pages.

The data is being stored properly in the database with the right encoding. But when the same is retrieved and displayed on the web page, they get displayed as '?' marks.

We are using JBoss 3.2.3 and the javaEncoding attribute in the conf files have been left at their default value of UTF-8.

Could anyone please shed some light on this?

Many thanks.
 
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