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getting problem while using utf-8 to handle japanese characters

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i am using resourcebundle properties file to use japanese file. i am getting one problem


my properties file is in ansi format when i save as it utf-8 and then use nativetoascii tool to convert it into utf-8 it is working fine for japanese characters but if i saveas it as unicode and then use utility native2ascii to convert it into utf-8 then it is not working

do u have any suggestion
Thank you
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Why do you need to utilize native2ascii? Java is by default unicode therefore saving the file as unicode should work.
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