Hmm. Seems like if I <%@ include a file that contains

<%@ page contentType="text/html; charset=UTF-8"%>

Then it doesn't work. If I include that <@ page line directly, it gets the 
encoding right.

On Feb 28, 2014, at 04:45 , Rick Mann <> wrote:

> I thought I had UTF-8 set throughout my app; source files are encoded in it, 
> I set it everywhere I can think of (requests, responses, JVM, HTML and JSP 
> tags).
> I we re-doing the HTML for my site, fancifying it with bootstrap and all that 
> goodness, when I noticed that the copyright symbol I typed wasn't rendering 
> correctly. It used to with the old HTML, so I investigated.
> Turns out, it only renders correctly if I <jsp:include> the HTML snippet that 
> contains the symbol. If it's typed directly into the page, it doesn't work.
> Any ideas? Thanks!
> -- 
> Rick
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