jsrefresh example can cause problems with accented characters.
I'm using a 4.62a client with 4.6.1d server and all é,à... are replaced by
refreshing list values are wrong too.
A solution is to use uppercase characters.
I found two technotes in the Lotus Notes Knowledge Base about similar problems.
Here they are :
Internet Explorer 3.02
display error occurs in the alert() prompt. Instead of the accented character
being displayed in the alert(), the character is converted to a descriptive
code (example: é, instead of an accented E). For example:
dblookup into the header of
the HTML form.
2. Initially, the French characters, for example é, were entered directly into
3. If you switch to the octal value, and replaced the é with \351, this works
for all browsers except Microsoft Internet Explorer 3.02.
To workaround this issue, use a straight HTML file where you type in the code
and let the server convert it for you.
When you use accented characters in a META tag in a Notes document
($$HTMLHead), you find that the HTTP task converts them into a 7-bit encoding.
For example, you use the following tag:
The Domino HTTP server does not support accented characters (8-bit encoding);
however, this tag works on other HTTP servers.
This issue was reported to Lotus Quality Engineering and has been addressed in
Excerpt from the Lotus Notes and Lotus Domino Release 4.6.2 QMR fix list:
SPR# LEZ3VZEAE - Prevent the conversion of accented characters in META tags and
for the HTTP server in the Server document of the Address Book. [4.6.2]