Friday, June 26, 2009

JDev/ADF sample - Oracle ADF and International Characters

  • Oracle ADF and International Characters. My team is developing application in Oracle ADF with internationalization support. When we did preliminary tests, we have noticed that we can't save local characters to database, entered characters simply were transformed to code representation. Our database character set is not UTF-8, but local. We were lucky to find very elegant solution - just to change content type charset of our pages. We have changed it to UTF-8, inside our JSPX pages, and ADF automatically transforms it to database character set. This means, same approach works when we have UTF-8 charset in database, or any local charset as well.
    Download - ADFInternationalChars.zip

2 comments:

Milkbird said...

Wasn't there a library reference missing from weblogic also?

I did not took it. i dont even remember the name

Andrejus Baranovskis said...

User,

Withing single release its impossible to have missing libraries on embedded and standalone environment.

However, even it happens - reinstall your software, it will help you !

Andrej