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From Hubert NEOtyk Iwaniuk <>
Subject Re: XSLT and international characters.
Date Wed, 05 Dec 2001 09:46:47 GMT
Hello Marcin,

On Tue, Dec 04, 2001 at 12:33:00PM +0100, Marcin Kłos wrote:
> Hi!
> For serveral days I'm trying to solve the following problem. I'm sure that 
> somebody has already faced it, but I could not find any answer on the net.
> I use Cocoon 2 for XSLT transformations (Tomcat 4.0.1 glued to Apache using 
> mod_webapp). These are very simple transformations producing HTML output. I 
> pass some parameters in the QUERY STRING to the XSL. Those parameters contain 
> international (polish) characters, somewhere during the transformation those 
> charcters are converted into some rubbish. For example polish character 
> %C5%82 is transformed into &Aring;&#130; i.e., each byte of the two-byte 
> value is treated separetely. 
> How to overcome this problem? 

Use desired encoding for html serialization (in your case it is iso8859-2
or utf-8).
All files containing national characters, should be encoded in UTF-8.

IE supports UTF-8, as well as Mazilla does.
You can look my
i have used there national characters.

Best wishes,

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