Problem with encoding of umlauts

.net , Pakistan
  • 11 years ago

    Following situation:

    I've got a form with a .aspx file as target. If I paste the form code into a .html file and submit the data, the umlauts are screwed up.
    If I take the .html file and save it as .aspx file (100% same code), it works fine.
    I was already experementing with globalization, requestEncoding and responseEncoding, but it didn't work out for me, because then i had the problem, that other pages screwed up the umlauts.

    Maybe it has something to do with the installation of .Net Framework 3.5 on the target server.
    Has anyone got an idea how to solve the problem?

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