There seems to be an issue passing special character values via Zendamf:
While querying a database that returns data including French-text characters (ie: Québec), the result returned from Zendamf is not handling the special characters (ie: instead of Québec, we receive Qu�c).
I’ve checked the output of the data via Php: the issue is not with the database result - the characters are returned correctly from the database to the Php result-set - I am able to print these characters correctly before they are sent through Zendamf, either by rendering them from Php to a Browser via echo or by writing them to a log file.
However, once I plug the SQL result into an object and pass it to Zendamf, the special characters get mangled. Using Charles Web Debugging Proxy, I can see that the result values are mangled before they are passed back to my AS3 application.
I’ve tested this both locally and on a production server, using the most current libraries. I’m uncertain if there is a setting that would clear-up this issue…
Anyone else dealt with this issue? Thank you!