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Thread: php/xml/encoding="utf-8"

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    php/xml/encoding="utf-8"

    hello All!!!
    first of all happy new year!!

    I'm doing some experiencies in producing trough php a xml file from a wordpress database to read from a flash website

    I take this tuto from Jubba!!

    my first problem encoding utf=8 its not working
    this is my php code:
    PHP Code:
    <?php

    header
    ("Content-type: text/xml; charset=utf-8");


    $host 'localhost';
    $user 'myuser';
    $pass '*****';
    $database 'mydb';

    $linkID mysql_connect($host$user$pass) or die("Could not connect to host.");
    mysql_select_db($database$linkID) or die("Could not find database.");

    $query "SELECT * FROM wp_posts ORDER BY post_date DESC";
    $resultID mysql_query($query$linkID) or die("Data not found.");

    $xml_output "<?xml version=\"1.0\" encoding=\"utf-8\"?>\n";
    $xml_output .= "<entries>\n";
    for(
    $x $x mysql_num_rows($resultID) ; $x++){
        
    $row mysql_fetch_assoc($resultID);
        
    $xml_output .= "\t<entry>\n";
        
    $xml_output .= "\t<date>" $row['post_date'] . "</date>\n";
           
    // Escaping illegal characters
        
    $xml_output .= "\t<text>" $row['post_content'] . "</text>\n";
        
    $xml_output .= "\t</entry>\n";
    }
    $xml_output .= "</entries>";

    echo 
    $xml_output;

    ?>
    you can check this in real time here

    if you check the page source in your browser so will see <?xml version="1.0" encoding="utf-8"?>

    but the special char are not translated.

    If anybody can give me a clue as you see this is very strange, for me its a php thing!!

    many thnks
    Last edited by voxoff; January 4th, 2008 at 12:00 PM.

  2. #2
    i find the solution for my issue it seams that this encoding was making

    PHP Code:
    $xml_output = "<?xml version=\"1.0\" encoding=\"utf-8\"?>\n";
    trouble with the encoding declaration in the header

    PHP Code:
    header("Content-type: text/xml; charset=utf-8"); 
    so if you only declare the charset in the header there is no problem!!

    a get a new php code that produces the xml file if you are interested

    PHP Code:
    <?php

    header
    ("Content-type: text/xml; charset=utf-8");


    $host '*';
    $user '*';
    $pass '*';
    $database '*';

    $linkID mysql_connect($host$user$pass) or die("Could not connect to host.");
    mysql_select_db($database$linkID) or die("Could not find database.");

    $query "SELECT * FROM wp_posts ORDER BY post_title DESC";
    $resultID mysql_query($query$linkID) or die("Data not found.");
    $num mysql_num_rows($resultID);

    if (
    $num != 0) {
     
    $filefopen("results.xml""w");
     
    $_xml ="<?xml version=\"1.0\" ?>\r\n";
     
    $_xml .="<site>\r\n";
     while (
    $row mysql_fetch_array($resultID)) {
     if (
    $row["post_title"]) {
     
    $_xml .="\t<tt>" $row["post_title"] . "</tt>\n";
     } else {
     
    $_xml .="\t<page title=\"Nothing Returned\">\r\n";
    $_xml .="\t\t<file>none</file>\r\n";
     
    $_xml .="\t</page>\r\n";
     } }
     
    $_xml .="</site>";
     
    fwrite($file$_xml);
     
    fclose($file);
     echo 
    "<a href=\"results.xml\">View the XML.</a>";
     } else {
     echo 
    "No Records found";
     } 
     
     
    ?>

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