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How to use the right charset while zipping a file ?

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Hello,

I use the java.util.zip package and I try to zip a few files which have
filenames with letters like "é" or "à".
the Zip process goes well but I lose the original filename into the zip
file.

Ex : faxé.tif --> fax+®.tif

How could I use the right charset with this package ?

Thank you
Denis
Jul 17 '05 #1
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Denis Crespe wrote:
Hello,

I use the java.util.zip package and I try to zip a few files which have
filenames with letters like "é" or "à".
the Zip process goes well but I lose the original filename into the zip
file.

Ex : faxé.tif --> fax+®.tif

How could I use the right charset with this package ?

Thank you
Denis

http://developer.java.sun.com/develo...s/4415733.html
http://developer.java.sun.com/develo...s/4820807.html

Ray
Jul 17 '05 #2

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Denis,

Could you solve this? Please, send me your comment about the solution, I have this problem?

Thank you so much,
Claudia


Hello,

I use the java.util.zip package and I try to zip a few files which have
filenames with letters like "é" or "à".
the Zip process goes well but I lose the original filename into the zip
file.

Ex : faxé.tif --> fax+®.tif

How could I use the right charset with this package ?

Thank you
Denis
Jun 21 '06 #3

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