If you read the Prototype documentation, you will see that Prototype  
uses UTF-8 internally, and if you read the W3C recommendations, you  
will see that UTF-8 is the preferred and expected encoding for Web  
sites.

So what is your issue specifically? Are you unable to set your server  
to correspond in UTF-8? It's a fairly trivial exercise in most modern  
frameworks, usually just a single config file edit away.

Walter

On Nov 25, 2008, at 2:32 AM, AS wrote:

>  why Ajax request in the following
> manner is not setting up the correct encoding. It looks like prototype
> is using default utf-8 encoding.


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