[jQuery] Ajax, encoding and german umlauts

2007-03-21 Thread Marc Jansen
-urlencoded ?) gets sended. 'ö' gets transformed to 'ö%', etc. With this string representation a query like this: SELECT streetname FROM street WHERE streetname LIKE 'schö%' does return no rows... yet there are rows starting with 'schö'... I could possibly transform the given value again, after

Re: [jQuery] Change href of external links

2006-11-28 Thread Dave Methvin
]'internal.com/']) could incorrectly match some non-local URLs if internal.com/ was outside the domain name; it shouldn't be in the query string because / should be encoded there. So it seems pretty safe to use this. Another approach would be to define a target attribute on the external links

Re: [jQuery] Ajax, encoding and german umlauts

2007-03-21 Thread Ⓙⓐⓚⓔ
to an oracle server, which in turn should send appropriate XML. E. g. I'm querying for streets starting with the string 'sch'. The server answers with an ISO-8859-1 encoded XML, and the umlauts in the response (e. g.'schönweg, schloßalle' etc) are correctly represented within my UI. But when

Re: [jQuery] Ajax, encoding and german umlauts

2007-03-22 Thread SeViR
appropriate XML. E. g. I'm querying for streets starting with the string 'sch'. The server answers with an ISO-8859-1 encoded XML, and the umlauts in the response (e. g.'schönweg, schloßalle' etc) are correctly represented within my UI. But when typing in an umlaut, not the umlaut gets sended

Re: [jQuery] Ajax, encoding and german umlauts

2007-03-21 Thread Marc Jansen
for streets starting with the string 'sch'. The server answers with an ISO-8859-1 encoded XML, and the umlauts in the response (e. g.'schönweg, schloßalle' etc) are correctly represented within my UI. But when typing in an umlaut, not the umlaut gets sended to my PHP-script, which talks

Re: [jQuery] Ajax, encoding and german umlauts

2007-03-21 Thread Ⓙⓐⓚⓔ
requests to an oracle server, which in turn should send appropriate XML. E. g. I'm querying for streets starting with the string 'sch'. The server answers with an ISO-8859-1 encoded XML, and the umlauts in the response (e. g.'schönweg, schloßalle' etc) are correctly represented within my UI

Re: [jQuery] Ajax, encoding and german umlauts

2007-03-21 Thread Marc Jansen
with the string 'sch'. The server answers with an ISO-8859-1 encoded XML, and the umlauts in the response (e. g.'schönweg, schloßalle' etc) are correctly represented within my UI. But when typing in an umlaut, not the umlaut gets sended to my PHP-script, which talks with Oracle, but a representation

Re: [jQuery] Ajax, encoding and german umlauts

2007-03-22 Thread Marc Jansen
of: application/x-www-form-urlencoded ?) gets sended. 'ö' gets transformed to 'ö%', etc. With this string representation a query like this: SELECT streetname FROM street WHERE streetname LIKE 'schö%' does return no rows... yet there are rows starting with 'schö'... I could possibly

Re: [jQuery] Ajax, encoding and german umlauts

2007-03-22 Thread Ⓙⓐⓚⓔ
a solution to my problem: I send AJAX requests to an oracle server, which in turn should send appropriate XML. E. g. I'm querying for streets starting with the string 'sch'. The server answers with an ISO-8859-1 encoded XML, and the umlauts in the response (e. g.'schönweg, schloßalle' etc