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Displaying Japanese characters using XSL

 
manjula samuel
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I am trying to display html page in Japanese using xml and xsl transformation.The XSL takes the values of the textbox and combobox dynamically from xml.I've given the encoding of xsl to "UTF-8".The html page displays Japanese characters except for the textbox or combobox.Is there any special way of handling textboxes and comboboxes in Japanese in XSL?
Kindly revert as soon as possible.
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Manjula
 
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Manjula, there is absolutely no special way of handling textboxes and comboboxes in XSL. Textboxes and comboboxes you are talking about are part of HTML, not XSL. XSL works with XML documents, and HTML is just one very specific case of XML documents. From XSL's point of view there is no difference between <textarea> and <blahBlahBlah> elements. Sorry that it's the only help I can give. If anybody has more experience with such kind of problems, please, inform us.
 
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This is regarding the previous query.You mentioned that there is no special handing in displaying Japanese characters in textboxes and combo boxes.But Japanese characters are displayed as labels..but why not in textbox or combobox.Can you please give some solution to it.
Thanks in anticipation,
Manjula
 
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