If I have an h:outputLink with a value containing spaces, it is rendered with the spaces converted to +.
It seems to me that if it is going to convert this at all, it should do so correctly, i.e. to %20. Alternatively it should leave it alone and let it fail as originally supplied.
Am I missing something here?
I have a legacy content database where the document index provides URLs contain spaces. I can change that, and probably will, but maybe this is a bug and will get fixed the way I would like?
Discussion <a href="http://forums.oracle.com/forums/thread.jspa?messageID=9639501�">here</a>. Appears to involve use of URLEncoder for the one thing it cannot do, which is encode a URL. Should be using URI.toASCIIString().