Hi Ron,
It looks as the tomcat connector is not properly configured to use the URIEncoding UTF8.
Please check the content of your server.xml
Andrea

Ron Stevenhaagen ha scritto:

Diacritic Searches in Version 1.5.1

 

When searching using a diactitic search term Dspace interprets the diacritic characters incorrectly, Therefore no hits are returned.

For example when you search on Sánchez an author that exists in our system Dspace translates this Author to Sánchez.

In version 1.4 searching does not change the diacritic form of the search term, returning the expected hits.

Has anyone encountered this bug and is there a fix or workaround we can apply to fix this issue.

 

 

Ron Stevenhaagen

Technical Analyst

Queen's University

 

 


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