C# - Character Encoding Problem Utf8?

Jan 14, 2011

I'm storing some html-encoded data in a sql server database and I've written a script to output the data in a csv format minus the html tags and I'm getting a weird issue when html-decoding the remaining data. For example the data contains a quote character (which is html-encoded as ), but when I try to html-decode it the data comes out as a series of weird characters (’). Does anyone know how to solve this issue? The output encoding of the page is UTF-8 if that helps.



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[Code]....

The only error i get is a javascript error in IE8, stating Sys.WebForms.PageRequestManagerParserErrorException: The message received from the server could not be parsed.". I have absolutely no idea what it's doing, why it's going wrong or how it's failing.

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< meta
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So when i try to display the text I need to replace them which I have done with:

[Code]....

Simple enough. Only when I run the page the source code I get for it is:

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Here is the code:

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I have a Response filter setup to transform the html before spitting back out to the browser [URL]. This works fine on everyones machine but mine. Actually it was working on my machine until I had to do a hard reset because it locked up.

public override void Write(byte[] buffer, int offset, int count)
{
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Update

Turns out that "Enable dynamic content compression" is causing the issue. For some reason it's getting gzipped before being passed into the filter.

Solution

Setting the "dynamicCompressionBeforeCache" to false in the web.config fixed the issue.
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Performance.xml

<Performance>
<Departments>
<Heading>FS</Heading>
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</Performance>

Heading S0015 S0020 S0025 S0030 S0035
FS 1 2 4 5 6
BS 0 3 5 1 3
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FS 1 2 4 5 6
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Jul 11, 2008

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This is the code to add:

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Jun 10, 2009

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The table has two fields namely Code, Codedescription.The sample of table record is as follows;
Code Codedescription
1 Loctose and lactose syrup cont .By weigh <99% Lact
2 Frozen Sothern bluetin tuna (Thnnus maccoyii)
3 Textured yarn, nes, nprs
4 UNBLEACHED plain cotton WEAVE, WITH >= 85% COTTON
5 T/MOMTRS/PYROmtrs, not COMB, WITH OTHERS INSTRS


Now the sql statement has to get the code by searching using the Codedescription details. But when the description with following characters( // <,>, &, %). is used to search Iam receiving the following errors.

1 (ORA-00911:Invalid character)
2 ORA - 00911: Invalid character

How can avoid these errors? Second I can write an sql that will execute with characters( // <,>, &, %) in it, but with out giving errors. When I remove characters in Codedescription at the time of searching, it fails to pick the correct code. How can I solve this?

Part of the code Iam using is below.

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Instead, I want it to be rendered as 3 character long format as "Sun", "Mon", "Tue", "Wed", "Thu", "Fri" and "Sat". note that I further need to localize this application too. So, I probably need some setting that could do the magic instead of overwriting on some server side event to achieve it.

There is probably some settings that I am not aware of.

The code for localizing the Calendar extender is as follows (in case if you need to test).

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For example if I put the word Test's into the RadEditor box and send it... the email shows up with the text changed to: Test’s.

It seems as though the ' character was used in place of ' because if I use the later, the text would show up just fine. If I pull up the saved record within the ASP.Net apps interface it looks just fine. It also appears just fine when I view the text within the recorded of the MS SQL table it was stored in.

I'm using MailMessage to create the email. I've check the string being sent at the point just before I use SmtpClient to send the message and it looks just fine at his point. Once the email message shows up however I get the strange text (Test’s).

I'm guessing that I have an encode/decoding issue but I'm not sure how I would go about fixing this.

Continued--->

I have tried to add it to the constructor of my email class with/without mybase but that had no effect.

Public Sub New(ByVal EmailDate As DateTime, ByVal LogoPath As String)
MyBase.New()
MyBase.BodyEncoding = Encoding.GetEncoding("iso-8859-1")
'BodyEncoding = Encoding.GetEncoding("iso-8859-1")
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End Sub

I also tried adding it to the code behind of the form that calls the email class just before I create a new SmtpClient but that did not seem to be correct either.

Try
returnEmail.BodyEncoding = Encoding.GetEncoding("iso-8859-1")
Dim smtpCli As New SmtpClient
smtpCli.Send(returnEmail)
Catch ex As Exception
ScriptManager.RegisterStartupScript(Me, Me.GetType, "smtpError", "alert('There was an error sending the email:
* " & ex.Message & "');", True)
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