For what it's worth... This might not be much help, but...
> manage it - specifically éè which it indexes as Ú & Þ respectively, then
That kind if swap is usually a symptom of one process interpreting things
as being in a different character encoding than another process. Swish-e
doesn't display anything itself; whatever display software you're using is
probably interpreting the character encoding differently from your indexer.
The default character encoding for XML is UTF-8, but you're probably using
Latin1 in the Solaris environment. Are you throwing Latin1 at XML and then
someone else is interpreting the UTF-8 as Latin1?
Received on Tue Feb 25 16:36:54 2003