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Character problem in Spring MVC Internationalization

 
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I use Spring MVC Internationalization. But some characters dont look . When i write them in Html , they look perfectly. When i use  Internationalization, they dont look in my page . Specially 'Ö','Ü'  dont look .








 
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In the first place you have to use UTF-8 encoding for characters ü and ö too in your internationalization file. More generally use an explicit UTF-8 encoding for any non-Latin character such as French é or è etc.
 
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Even if your characters are encoded properly, the viewer still needs to know about the encoding, and it needs to have a font that supports the decoded characters.

What are you using to display the broken characters?
 
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Dominique Ubersfeld wrote:In the first place you have to use UTF-8 encoding for characters ü and ö too in your internationalization file. More generally use an explicit UTF-8 encoding for any non-Latin character such as French é or è etc.




Thanks , i solved it )
 
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