Hi Don,

Yes, I did it like described in the help section... I even ended WSSDa 
completely to be sure.

I also looked directly in the XML files that store the environment values, and 
noticed that it had a value of "client.encoding.override     " (notice the 
extra blanks).  Could those blanks be an issue ?

After I removed these, and tried to open it again via the editor in Eclipse... 
it bombed.  I now deleted my servers, but I still need to create them again (or 
is there an easy way for this... can I just copy my servers directory from 
another PC for example ?)

Kind regards,
Paul

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>Paul,
>
>After making these changes did you restart the application server in WDSc?
>
>The easiest way to do this is to open the Server perspective (server refers
>to web application server in this context), switch the to Servers view
>(bottom right corner of the workbench by default), right click on your
>server instance and select "Restart".  The application server will first
>stop and then start again.
>
>Once you see "Server Default Server open for e-business" in the console
>view you should be ready to try your application again.
>
>Hope this helps.
>
>Don Yantzi
>IBM Toronto Lab
>
>
>
>
>                      "Paul Nicolay"
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>
>                      09/11/2002 05:21
>                      AM
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>                      wdsci-l
>
>
>
>
>
>Hi,
>
>I changed the settings of the servers according the documentation (ie.
>client.encoding.override set to UTF-8, and module visibility set to
>MODULE), but I still get the same error about UTF-8 support after pressing
>enter on my applications first screen.
>
>Kind regards,
>Paul
>
>
>
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