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  • Using MessageContext and h:messages with UTF-8

    Sorry, but I have to keep bugging you all with newbie questions until I've got a little more to actually work. ;-) For the record, I'm using Spring 2.5.5 with MyFaces 1.2.3 and Facelets.

    So, I use the ReloadableResourceBundleMessageSource which supports other encodings than ISO-8859-1. That actually works fine. Now I put a message from such a property file into the MessageContext in one of my flow action classes and display it in the Facelets file, using the h:messages tag. That doesn't work so well, because the special characters seem to get treated as ISO-8859-1, so I see two meaningless characters for each special (=non-ISO-8859-1) character. The page is correctly encoded as UTF-8 (meta tag is set, encoding is set to UTF-8 in browser, other text works just fine).

    What can I do here? Is there any way to tell h:messages which encoding to use? Is there a Spring tag for Facelets which does the same, only correctly? Can I wrap h:messages into something that takes care of this? I wouldn't want to miss out on ReloadableResourceBundleMessageSource's advantage of being able to use any encoding, I don't really want to encode my messages in the property file. I mean, UTF-8 has been around long enough really. ;-)

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    Ok, just for the record and anyone with similar problems: The cause of this problem didn't have anything to do with the h:messages tag. It was rather caused by Spring automatically loading my messages.properties files, but with the wrong encoding. All details:
    http://forum.springframework.org/showthread.php?t=58937
    Once I sorted that out, the encoding of the messages was ok.

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