When I put Japanese characters under the Calendar Subject and embed it into an email. We can't download the the calendar file as it appears as a non-ics file.
Only if I use an English Subject for the calendar, I can download the correct .ics file from the email.
Anyone knows if Japanese Characters not supported here or if I have missed anything?
I’m not able to reproduce this — when the Subject of the Calendar token is
this gets correctly encoded as
and downloaded as
I'm afraid your sample is not totally Japanese Characters as those are characters shared with Chinese. In my case, those "characters" are actually some "Japanese alphabet" that may lead to the calendar display issues.
Thank you refers to ありがとう
America is written as アメリカ
America in your case, can also be translated to 米国, however, since 米国 is also a Chinese Character so it won't have problem.
So the questions is, I can't use Japanese alphabet when put it as Calendar subject.
No difference with the description:
Encoding is correct:
The Chinese and Japanese characters are both part of the CJK character block, would be bizarre for them to be treated differently.
Thanks so much for your reply.
Could you try again using below string? This is the string which I was failed to generate the calendar file in question.