Internationalization Report: Unicode-enabling Java Web Applications

Java is well suited to internationalization because of its native Unicode character support and robust locale-specific functionality. But there are steps that need to be taken to enable Unicode support in a Java Web application, and these steps are dependent on the components being used (database, application server, etc.). This document describes the steps to be taken to set up a Java Web application to use Unicode.
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