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Wed Jun 25 16:27:21 EDT 2014
When you say « I need to send this word to the server: Santería » :
Are you speaking from the web server or from the database server ?
If the database server is your problematic target, witch one are you using :
I got, times ago such kind of troubles against PostgreSQL before solving them definitively in using a simple and trustable solution i can explicit if appropriate.
Le 25 juin 2014 à 21:35, J. Landman Gay <jacque at hyperactivesw.com> a écrit :
> I had high hopes but converting to ISO didn't work. That yields: Santer%EDa
> The server wants UTF8 and I think (but am not sure) that I need to get:
> I haven't found the right combination of uniEncode/Decode and urlEncode that doesn't make a mess of the string. Does anyone know how to do this without manually replacing every possible combination of high-ascii characters?
> On 6/23/2014, 4:26 PM, Matthias Rebbe | M-R-D wrote:
>> this is because you are working on Mac. You have to convert it first from Mac to Iso.
>> A URLencode(mactoiso("Santería"))
>> should do.
>> Am 23.06.2014 um 22:25 schrieb J. Landman Gay <jacque at hyperactivesw.com>:
>>> I need to send this word to the server: Santería
>>> When urlEncoded, LiveCode produces: Santer%92a
>>> The encoded character is a backslash instead of the accent-i. The server doesn't recognize that, and online URL encoders give various different encodings depending on what source I designate (ascii, UTF8, UTF16, etc.)
>>> Where did LC get %92, and how would I correct the encoding? I'm using LC 6.6.1, we're not ready to make a switch yet.
>>> Jacqueline Landman Gay | jacque at hyperactivesw.com
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