Hello World Example not working with UTF-8 characters on IE9
When I enter "öäü" (deutsche Umlaute) in the textfield of the Hello World Example (http://jwt.emweb.be/jwt-hello) the response is correct on Firefox 12 but not correct on IE9 or Google Chrome (18.0.1025.168 m)
Is this a bug or are there some extra settings required?
In my own project I recognized that the output of UTF-8 characters (which I read from a postgresql-DB) works well, but sending UTF-8 characters to the application (e.g. by using a WLineEdit) and showing it immediately using a WMessageBox works on Firefox but not on IE9 or Chrome.
Thank you for your answer!
Updated by Wim Dumon about 10 years ago
This is a 'bug' in tomcat. We're aware of the problem, but the work-around is not yet deployed on our website.