Using string map or regsub breaks non-english (UTF-8) characters
Hi Dear community ,
I woud appreciate your input. I want to replace a string inside a HTTP::payload with string map or regsub and then HTTP::payload replace. The replacement does take place but it also break the non-english [UTF-8] characters inside the HTML.
I tried implementing all the soultions I found inside DevCentral. Including these:
- Note that the argument will be interpreted as a byte array. If it is actually a UTF-8 string with multibyte characters, the output will not be what you expect. In order to prepare a UTF-8 string for use as input to HTTP::payload replace, you should first run ‘binary scan c* throwawayvariable’.
Btw, Stream profile does work fine , but it's not very compatible with APM Virtual Servers.