On Oct 9, 2006, at 10:58 AM, Michael Stevens wrote:

> Hello,
> I am seeing behavior in Resin where unicode characters are being  
> replaced by HTML entity references in the page response.

Can you check for any filters?  Resin doesn't automatically escape  

The only processing Resin does is for PrintWriter (e.g. JSP)  
converting 16-bit chars to 8-bit binary.

-- Scott

> For example, when the unicode character ç (ccedil if it's not  
> appearing correctly) appears in the JSP source, when it's compiled  
> into a servlet, it appears in the servlet source as the escaped  
> Unicode reference "\u00e7", and then when the page is served by  
> Resin, it is again transformed in the page source into the HTML  
> entity reference "&#231" (with semicolon of course).
> Another example: using JSF, a JSP source will contain a Faces tag  
> that gets a string from a backing bean. If the string contains the  
> Unicode character ç (ccedil), when Resin serves the page it will  
> transform the character into the HTML entity reference.
> Does anyone know if there is some setting that is causing this  
> entity reference transformation to occur? Is it possible to  
> configure Resin to leave the original Unicode character unmolested?
> I have messed with a few "character-encoding" and "encoding"  
> settings in various places in resin.conf, but I may be missing  
> something. I suppose I can say that the page is "correctly" served  
> as UTF-8 encoded -- the content type header specifies UTF-8 -- but  
> actually if Resin is replacing any characters beyond the first 128  
> code points with HTML entity references anyway, it's a bit of a  
> moot point.
> Many thanks,
> Michael
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