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Problems With Special Characters in JAVA (String

  Asked By: Pedro    Date: May 24    Category: Java    Views: 3159
  

I have a Java Web Service (Apache SOAP on Tomcat) that is called from
a VB Client using MSSOAP toolkit, I send the Envelope with a Latin1
Encoding in order tu support the characters. All seems to work
properly but, when the message (In XML format) contains special
characters like Ñ, the String Parameter i print in a text file on the
server side, has other characters (? instead of Ñ).
Does anybody know how to avoid this problem?
Is it necesary to make some special treatment on the server side to
the received String?

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Answer #1    Answered By: Ora Hanson     Answered On: May 24

I have a java  Web Service (Apache SOAP on Tomcat) that is called  from
a VB Client using MSSOAP toolkit, I send  the Envelope with a Latin1
Encoding in order  tu support  the characters. All seems to work
properly but, when the message  (In XML format) contains special
characters like Ñ, the String Parameter i print  in a text  file on the
server side, has other characters  (? instead of Ñ).
Does anybody know how to avoid  this problem?
Is it necesary to make some special  treatment on the server side  to
the received String?

 
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