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JBoss Language problem

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Hi Folks,

I am a newbies using the JBoss 4.0.

My company is based in HK and all my work is related to Chinese.

However, I find that there is a lot of encoding problem when I write a JSP page with Chinese Characters to be displayed.

Anyone can advices how to set the default encoding of the server?

I am able to display the Chinese character when I set the JSP as follows

<%@ page language="java" pageEncoding="BIG5" contentType="text/html; charset=UTF8"%>

I am using Eclipse as the IDE for writing the JSP page

However, when I wanna to display a variables which stores Chinese character, using <%= character %>, the word is broken and I don't know how to do.

Can anyone please help

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