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v1.5:accents and iso-8859-1 - moving files

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  • v1.5:accents and iso-8859-1 - moving files

    Hi Chris
    I installed v.1.5
    I m getting problems with the source files that contain é è (e with accents) and other characters. I v choosen encoding iso-8859-1 but it does not work
    Have i anything more to do to have the transformer working ?
    Thanks for ur help
    ALain
    ps: got a second problem... the files are not moved anymore to my directory as they were in v1.4

    Post edited by: Andrieu, at: 05/29/2007 07:31

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    Re:v1.5:accents and iso-8859-1 - moving files

    What exactly is the error ?

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      Re:v1.5:accents and iso-8859-1 - moving files

      Hello
      first, when there are letters with accentuation, é,è or other the file is logged as error. My other problem is that messages are not moved . WIth 1.4 i didnt have those problems.
      Thank you for your help
      Alain

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        Re:v1.5:accents and iso-8859-1 - moving files

        Hello

        It would help to know more details, but it might be that the entity encoding used in mirth is the problem. I had problems with HL7 messages containing german "Umlaute" as ä, ö, ü when I used the non strict parser. The used Entitiy class converted them to "ä" and so on, not known by the xml parser. The Entitiy class should them leave unconverted as proper choosen character sets can handle this. I resolved this issue by removing entity building for characters below 0x100, except where necessary in the class com.webreach.mirth.util.Entities.

        Christian

        Post edited by: chfalk, at: 06/04/2007 10:26

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          Re:v1.5:accents and iso-8859-1 - moving files

          We'll fix this in 1.5.1
          www.mirthproject.org/jira/browser/MIRTH-387
          Chris Lang

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            Re:v1.5:accents and iso-8859-1 - moving files

            Is this supposed to be fixed by this patch? http://www.mirthproject.org/index.ph...d=30&Itemid=43
            I installed this patch, but the problem isn't solved.

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