On 08/28/2012 01:50 PM, Rick Mann wrote:
> Sorry, I should've been more clear.
> The problem I'm experiencing is not that the headers aren't being properly 
> set. It's that UTF-8 in my source page is getting mangled. In this case, a 
> copyright symbol (©), while still rendered in the page, is preceded by a 
> capital A with an accent (not sure of the exact character) when finally 
> rendered in Safari or FireFox.
> Somewhere in the long chain of processing, a conversion is happening.

Have you tried setting the 
<character-encoding>utf-8</character-encoding> in the resin.xml?

When parsing the JSP page, Resin doesn't look at the dynamic value of 
the character encoding. And the default value is iso-8859-1 according to 
the spec. So when the page is parsed, that value needs to be set, either 
in the page itself or the <character-encoding>. Filters don't matter in 
this case.

-- Scott

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