Setting UTF-8 system properties for WebFacing in the test environment is
covered in the WebFacing documentation that ships with the software. This
documentation also has some information about the general setup of the test

To get to this information:
>From the IDE, select Help > Help Contents.
>From the drop down menu, select Development Studio Client.
Select the Components tab at the bottom.
>From the help navigation, select the WebFacing Tool icon.
See the subject "Using the WebSphere v4.0 Test Environment".

James Littlejohn
IBM Canada Limited, Toronto Software Lab
WebSphere Development Tools/400
Information Development
905-413-4343 tl 8-969-4343
fax 905-413-4850

                      "Paul Nicolay"
                      <paul.nicolay@pan        To:
            >                 cc:
                      Sent by:                 Subject:  [WDSCI-L] UTF-8 
support for WDSc 4 Websphere Test Environmen

                      09/10/2002 03:19
                      Please respond to


I'm playing around with Webfacing in WDSc 4 now, but when trying to run it
in the included Websphere 4.0 Test Environment, I get an error after I
pressed Enter on one of my first screens within the Webfacing application.

It complains about UTF-8 support for WAS, and I can find how to enable it
for a normal WAS instance, but not for the included test environment.
Anyone knows how this is done ?

Kind regards,

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