2 Replies Latest reply on Apr 24, 2007 11:23 AM by henrik lindberg

    #160; becomes a funny character on error page

    henrik lindberg Apprentice

      In web.xml I have made a declaration like this:

      <!-- direct 404 errors to nicely formatted page -->
       <error-page>
       <error-code>404</error-code>
       <location>/404.seam</location>
       </error-page>
      

      to display my 404 page instead of the default.

      This works fine, but for some reason nbsp characters entered as &#160; are not rendered correctly (they become a diamond with a question mark).

      What could cause the page to get confused in this respect?

      I am using a URL rewriter (tuckey) to change incoming reuests on the form
      ../somewhere/12345.xxx to /somewhere.seam?param=12345

      When I entered the URL directly (the second form) the error page looks ok for non found identities, but when redirected using tuckey I get the wrong characters...