System does not support the specified encoding.
This error is most prevalent when you use a Java-based middle-tier application framework.
"ISO8859_1" is the canonical representation of the Latin-1 character encoding string in the Java language and class libraries. The standard that is defined by the Internet Assigned Numbers Authority, however, is "ISO-8859-1", which is not an accepted alias.
- Change the character encoding string in the relevant Java server environment from "ISO8859_1" to "ISO-8859-1". -or-
- Use IXMLDOMDocument::get_responseBody to retrieve the data as a raw buffer of bytes. If you are developing the application in Microsoft Visual C++, you may define an HGLOBAL handle for your data and use CreateStreamOnHGlobal to make processing the data easier.