reading through jspwiki.org, I've been in search of a practicable
solution of how to provide my users with the option of uploading files
including German "umlauts" in their names. This is more painful than I
-Ubuntu 6.10, configured to use UTF-8 as system-wide default locale.
-tomcat 5.5.20, jdk 1.6.0
-browser(Firefox) is configured to use UTF-8 encoding
-Upload.jsp has "charset-UTF-8" set
I tried uploading a file named "Prüflauf.doc" which uploads well, as
well as being displayed with the "right" name" (including the "umlaut")
on the attachments page.
However, as soon as I try to click-open the attachment, I end up with a
404 error and tomcat complaining that
The requested resource (Attachment 'MainPrÃFlauf.doc', version -1 does
not exist.) is not available.
And, looking at the source code of the "attachments" page, I see a link
like this to open the attachment: