That was just a matter of setting the proper encoding in the method that got the response content before handing it to the parser... Sometimes (too often) obvious stuff is not obvious to me.

JPM

Le 18 sept. 2012 à 18:10, Jean Pierre Malrieu a écrit :

Hi,

I am receiving json data from a rest service.
I parse it with ERXJSONRestParser
I am picking up the data I want using calls like:

student.schoolName = (String) aNode.attributeOrChildNodeValue("school_name");

I get Strings like "Lycée 2"
where I would expect "Lycée 2".

It seems that the encoding (utf-8, but no charset in the response headers) is not properly taken into account. What I am supposed to do to avoid this problem?

TIA

JPM
   
      
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