3 Replies Latest reply on Mar 7, 2007 11:05 AM by 807596

    Java encoding problem utf-8 and iso-88591 when using FOP

      I have a webapplication that uses FOP to generate PDF documents. The XSL:FO files are often encoded with iso-8859-1 to support ex ���. When running on windows there is no problem rendrering these characters correct. I tried installing the application on Linux with default encoding (reads this from the OS i think) set to utf-8. When I generate PDF documents from this machine, the characters comes out distorted. Why is this happening and what can i do to make them come out right in the pdf document. Can I do this whitout changing the default encoding the Java VM reads from the os.