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    Default polish signs in log-file

    Hallo,

    I've programmed some servlets, that write with System.out.print entrys into stdou-log. I'm using polish signs, but they are replcesd by '?' sign. As server I'm using Tomcat 6.0, servlets are written by Netbeans 6.7.1 IDE. What should I do to enable polish signs in log-file, or is it impossible?

    with regards

    Rafal Ziolkowski

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    How are you reading the log file?
    What's the character set for the log?
    The ? probably simply means that whatever you are using to read the log doesn't recognise the character.

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    Default polish signs in log-file

    Hallo,

    sorry for the delay, but meanwhile I had holiday, so I can answer today. For reading I'm using notepad. Characterset of log - how could I determine it? I'm using Netbeans 6.7.1, for log-output I use System.out.print("...") method. Either I should change settings of my project or change something in Tomcat configuration. So I think.

    Rafal Ziolkowski

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