Utility class that attempts to map from a Locale to the corresponding
character set to be used for interpreting input text (or generating
output text) when the Content-Type header does not include one. You
can customize the behavior of this class by modifying the mapping data
it loads, or by subclassing it (to change the algorithm) and then using
your own version for a particular web application.
- Craig R. McClanahan
- $Date: 2008-03-17 22:02:23 +0100 (Mon, 17 Mar 2008) $ $Version$
Default properties resource name.
Construct a new CharsetMapper using the default properties resource.
Construct a new CharsetMapper using the specified properties resource.
name Name of a properties resource to be loaded
java.lang.IllegalArgumentException if the specified properties
resource could not be loaded for any reason.
The mapping properties that have been initialized from the specified or
default properties resource.
Calculate the name of a character set to be assumed, given the specified
Locale and the absence of a character set specified as part of the
content type header.
locale The locale for which to calculate a character set
The deployment descriptor can have a
locale-encoding-mapping-list element which describes the
webapp's desired mapping from locale to charset. This method
gets called when processing the web.xml file for a context
locale The locale for a character set
charset The charset to be associated with the locale