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RE: [xsl] euro symbol problem on unix

From: "Julian Reschke" <julian.reschke@------>
Date: 3/21/2002 2:24:00 AM
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> julie.f.mccabe@xxxxxxxxxxxx
> Sent: Thursday, March 21, 2002 1:06 PM
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> Subject: [xsl] euro symbol problem on unix
> Hello
> Problem
> Xml file created using DOM (xerces 1.4.1) displays the euro sign
> correctly,
> after an xslt to xml using jdk1.3.0.2 the euro symbol is displayed as ?.
> When I run the same test on a PC the euro symbol is displayed in both
> cases.
> There is a patch which should be applied on unix to display the euro
> symbol, this has been installed.  UTF-8 encoding is specificed in both the
> xml file and the xslt stylesheet, plus version 1.0 in the <xsl:stylesheet>
> tag.  Any ideas?

Which character *are* you using. If it displays "correctly" on PCs, but
doesn't on Unix you might have used the wrong Unicode character (the correct
one is: "&#20ac;").

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