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I am facing a problem in my application. I am trying to display japanese characters in both Server A(JDK 1.16) and Server B(JDK 1.18). When I display the character in japanese on the main page, both Server was displaying fine. The only problem is when I try to request the string from the main page and output it on the next page, it fails on Server B and it was displying some garbage but Server A was showing me the correct string. Can you advice???

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Jason
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by:Venci75
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Does the page has correct excoding? Try something like this:
<html>
<head>
<meta http-equiv="Content-Type" content="text/html; charset=UTF-8">
...
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by:jason101799
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Venci,

I have the charset placed as "Shift_JIS" for japanese language. I can see the japanese character clearly displayed in the desire page. The only problem I am facing is when I try to post the next page and request for the string in the textbox, it was garbaged. I am really confused. As I mentioned earlier there was one server which was working fine and it was running JDK 1.1.6 on a Netscape 3.6 webserver, while another server running JDK 1.1.8 on a Netscape I-planet 4.0. When I move the application from JDK 1.1.6 to JDK 1.1.8, the application fails as described above.

Please advice.

Cheers
Jason
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by:Moondancer
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If more is needed and doesn't ensue, you may wish to get a refund to ask this again and draw current attention.

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by:jason101799
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Moondancer,

Since there aren't any activity, I hope to get a refund.

Thanks
Jason
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Hi, Jason.

I refunded your points to you for this question and closed it.  This is a very high volume topic area, and you may get what you need by reposting this to draw current attention.

Good luck,
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