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Re: Multipart form-data and multi-byte character problem

Subject: Re: Multipart form-data and multi-byte character problem
Date: Thu, 24 Nov 2005 05:55:42 +0900
Thank you, Tim!
I reported this issue in JIRA.
I am happy if I could contribute this project!
Regards,
Tomonori
Tim Fennell wrote:
> Hi,
> 
> I'm glad you like Stripes!  I was under the (it would seem false) 
> impression that the constructor that didn't take a character encoding 
> would use the character specified in request.  I'm happy to make that 
> change.  Would you mind logging a bug for it in JIRA?  If you come 
> across any other issues with multi-byte characters, or 
> internationalization in general please don't hesitate to ask.  I've 
> done my best, but my complete lack of familiarity with languages that 
> use multi-byte character sets makes it hard for me to test this kind  of
> thing.
> 
> -t
> 
> On Nov 23, 2005, at 2:42 PM, Tomonori Kusanagi wrote:
> 
>> Hi,
>> I am using Stripes for these two weeks and really like it.
>> Thank you, Tim!
>>
>> I encountered a trouble when using a form including both  <stripes:file>
>> and <stripes:text>.
>> When Japanese characters are set in the text fields, these characters
>> are broken when they appear in the ActionBean. I think this is the  case
>> for other multi-byte languages, too.
>>
>> This seems to be because StripesRequestWrapper assumes no encoding is
>> set to the HttpServletRequest.
>> In line 110 of  net.sourceforge.stripes.controller.StripesRequestWrapper,
>>   this.multipart = new MultipartRequest(request, pathToTempDir,
>>     maxTotalPostSize);
>> Just changing this line to
>>   this.multipart = new MultipartRequest(request, pathToTempDir,
>>     maxTotalPostSize, request.getCharacterEncoding());
>> should fix this problem.
>>
>> I really appreciate if you could have time to check time problem.
>>
>> Thanks,
>> Tomonori
>>
>>
>>
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