Should my webservice just utf-8 encoding that and return it, or should it escape all those non-ascii characters and return pure ascii? And then when I convert it to JSON using jsonencode(), I get a series of escaped character codes such as u0633 which seems to be expected and of a rational process.If youre certain that everything is safe for UTF8 end-to-end you can do When decoding/encoding a utf8 string using jsonencode/jsondecode I do not get back the string in the original encoding test "c":"limn"The default behavior of jsonencode is to escape all Unicode characters. jsonencodeerror: Malformed UTF-8 characters 1025. Closed. sasxa opened this Issue Mar 29, 2015 7 comments."code":"jsonencodeerror","message":"Malformed UTF-8 characters, possibly incorrectly encoded". when I try this query i have a proplem with JSON character encoding.when i call ajax and return encode utf8 string by jsonencode() my key world isJava - UTF8 / 16 is a character set name or a character encoding? The application I am developing will be used by folks in Western Eastern Europe as well in the US. Ideally Id like to only escape those few characters that are required and just utf-8 encode the results. web-services json unicode utf-8 | this question edited Mar 25 14 at 2:39 thomasrutter 74.5k 17 109 139 asked Feb 24 09 at 20:57 schickb 779 1 8 18. Switch your browser encoding and youll see the right character appear.
jsonencode only supports UTF-8, but the rest of your app is using Windows-1252. I dont suggest using utf8encode as that converts from ISO-8859-1 to UTF-8. The character encoding of JSON text is always Unicode. UTF-8 is the only encoding that makes sense on the wire, but UTF-16 and UTF-32 are also permitted. Do you actually need JSONUNESCAPEDUNICODE, MuhammadBabar? After calling jsonencode() , however, the value becomes null . How do I create jsonencode() correctly code UTF-8 values?Firefox4 can not read Japanese language. Even though I defined UTF-8 character encoding. Realized that some json fields were null if they contained special characters. Therefore, I had to convert the data to utf-8 charset before creating a json. encoded-data utf8encode(datawithsplchar) utf 8 - PHP jsonencode jsondecode How can I save a json-encoded string with international characters to the databse and then parse the decoded string in the browser?