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Turkish character problem at ASP.NET

Posted on 2004-04-20
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Hello All ...

When I upload my site to my dedicated web server I can't see the turkish characters properly. When I switch the encoding to Turkish from IE settings this time everything goes wrong!
You can check it at http://www.antu.com/kknet/cocukadminonayli.aspx
Please help me this is urgent...

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have you tried changing the LCID property of your page?
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by:albatross_real
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I change the Codepage and even the culture but still the same !
What do you mean by LCID property?
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LCID propety is the locale for the page, it pull its default value from the os settings, but you can change it this way:
<%@ Page Language="vb" LCID="1055" AutoEventWireup="false" Codebehind="AddToChart.aspx.vb" Inherits="AddToChart"%>

1055 is the LCID for the Turkish culture.

http://www.webwizguide.info/asp/faq/date_time_settings.asp
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by:albatross_real
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Nothing changed ! Since it says in the article you gave the link it is just good for the dates and currency. It does nothing with the characters.
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did you try configuring the turkish characters compatibility in the "Advanced Options" tab in Regional Settings ?
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by:albatross_real
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I fixed the problem by adding a globalization string at web.config.
<globalization requestEncoding="windows-1254" responseEncoding="windows-1254" fileEncoding="windows-1254" culture="tr-TR" uiCulture="tr-TR" />
Thanks anyway ...
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glad to see that you addressed that issue, my last post was around that answer but at server level via control panel

regards
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by:albatross_real
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I am going to give you the points anyway cause you tried to help me a lot ! Thanks my friend !
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thanks
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