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Thanks for the suggestion. I'm not familiar with ddump yet...this is a part of something called GHC ? That is a little over my head it seems. I would probably need a system administrators help installing that so I prefer looking at other methods first.

Running variations of the test script I found the following that might provide additional clues:

When I add the line below $charset does return the correct charset for the problem URL on the 'good' server (windows-874):

my $charset = $response->content_charset;

On the other two servers $charset remains empty for some reason. Bundle::LWP (which includes HTTP::Message that provides the content_charset method ) is identical on the three servers though.

When I specify 'windows-874' as a default_charset or charset the test works on all three servers as expected, but the test URLs are just example cases and in the live situation the charset is unknown.

##these lines would both work on all three servers my $dc = $response->decoded_content( raise_error => 1 , charset => 'wi +ndows-874'); my $dc = $response->decoded_content( raise_error => 1 , default_charse +t => 'windows-874');


In reply to Re^2: LPW $response->decoded_content different on different servers ? by Transalp
in thread LWP $response->decoded_content different on different servers ? by Transalp

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