Thank you Sun,
I have in my WEB-INF/web.xml
I will try to add it to resin-web.xml and see what happen...
I will reply...
On 3/11/07, sun baoming <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> official document says in your web.xml or resin-web.xml :
> <web-app xmlns="
> <servlet-mapping url-pattern="*.php"
> give it a try.
> when i used this with chinese encoding ,maybe the same as your problem, in
> my experience it never worked .
> 2007/3/10, MexIQ MexIQ < [EMAIL PROTECTED] >:
> > (Sorry to send it again, but I used other email account and I was not
> > sure if it was received).
> > Hello everyone, I was always expecting to have JAVA and PHP together
> > (I develop in both languages and I wanted a simple and fast way to run
> > my applications in just one server and one port and taking advantage
> > of my java codes). I wanted to give caucho a look and I tried to run a
> > small system buy I'm having some problems trying to get some special
> > characters to display.
> > I made this test:
> > <?php
> > $charset = "UTF-8";
> > header("Content-Type: text/html; charset=".$charset);
> > echo "<html><body>";
> > $var = utf8_encode("バリューパック"); //Japanese text
> > echo utf8_decode($var);
> > echo "</body></html>";
> > ?>
> > I think it have to display it as the original text. But it just
> > display the UTF-8 charset on the screen:
> > ãƒãƒªãƒ¥ãƒ¼ãƒ'ãƒƒã‚¯
> > If I comment the line: header("Content-Type: text/html;
> > and manually I select "UTF-8" encoding, the correct (original) text is
> > displayed.
> > I'm using firefox in linux, but I tested also with I.E. and firefox
> > (windows) from other computer.
> > Maybe I have something wrong in my configuration.
> > It is not just Japanese, I also tested with latin characters and was
> > the same thing.
> > By the way, do you know if Quercus will add the Multi-byte functions?
> > And... sure! I would like to help Quercus to grow...
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