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From James M Snell <jasn...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: Invalid byte 2 of 3-byte UTF-8 sequence.
Date Tue, 04 Sep 2007 17:09:13 GMT
If you can, please try to capture the on-the-wire bits using a tool like
ethereal, zip it up and post it to the issue in jira?  Also, what
platform are you running on the client/server, what app server are you
using, etc.  Also, what UTF-8 characters are you sending?  Is it
literally the string "some legal UTF-8-Characters" or are you sending
actual non-ascii chars?

- James

Iops@gmx.de wrote:
>> BTW: I ran these XML documents with the supposed invalid chars thru 2  
>> different UTF-8 conversions as I read them from disk, before putting  
>> them into the <content>
>> And I also processed them with the Unix "iconv" utility
>> So I am pretty darn sure that there are no invalid chars in there.
> In my case I don't even have any xml-documents, that could have 
> UTF-8-illegal characters. All the work is done by AbderaClient:
> [...]
> Abdera abdera = new Abdera();
> Client client = new CommonsClient(abdera);
> RequestOptions requestOptions = client.getDefaultRequestOptions();
> requestOptions.setContentType("application/atom+xml");
> Factory factory = Abdera.getNewFactory();
> Entry entry = factory.newEntry();
> entry.setId("someId", false);
> entry.setTitle("some legal UTF-8-Characters");
> ClientResponse response = client.post(serverUrl, entry, requestOptions);
> [...]
> Response ist HTTP 400 - Bad request...

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