<META Name="Content-Type" Value="text/html;charset=utf-16">
Note that this rule applies no matter whether the form uses an ENCTYPE of application/x-www-form-urlencoded or multipart/form-data.
As of the writing of this article, the format of Unicode POST transmissions is currently not dictated by any standard; however, working drafts by the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) indicate a move toward UTF-8 as the standard Unicode encoding for the Web. Developers should use UTF-8 for all Unicode data that they send to and receive from the browser.
Developers who are also using SQL Server need to use one of the remedies that are suggested in the following Knowledge Base article for storing UTF-8 data in SQL Server's UCS-2 Unicode fields:
Unicode character set encodings are defined in detail in the Unicode Standard, which is avaliable from the following Web site:
ID articol: 303612 - Ultima examinare: 19 iun. 2014 - Revizie: 1