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I am using a JSP calls an applet by Javascript. Then the applet returns to the JSP also by Javascript. My problem is that when the applet returns to the JSP, there is Chinese characters in the URL. The Chinese characters cannot be shown correctly in the web page. However, the Chinese characters can be shown correctly in the JOptionPane. The charset defined in the JSP is GBK. Pls. see the following code in the applet to return to JSP.
import netscape.javascript.*;
try {
JSObject.getWindow(this).call(functionName, &name=ChineseCharacters);
} catch (Exception e) {
e.printStackTrace();
}
functionName is a Javascript function name. The &name=ChineseCharacters is the parameter passed into the Javascript function to reload the web page with &name=ChineseCharacters .
Rgs,
lixu
 
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