There is no translation because the Content-Type (mime-type) is
'application/x...'

If the Content type is 'text/...' an automatic translation are done from
CSSid 819 or CSSid 1208
to EBCDIC mode but non-supported characters in the input becomes blanks in
EBCDIC.

On Mon, Jan 16, 2017 at 7:33 PM, Justin Taylor <JUSTIN@xxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:

Manually translating the data works, so the next question is "why is
automatic translation not happening?" I'm reasonably certain that the
server does translation for other things.

Now I'm going to do a simple web form using POST, as suggested, to see if
it's client-related.
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