By pelegri on Sep 22, 2006
Java has always had good Unicode support (see for example here) but it is still possible to get the error messages garbled... In a recent blog, Cheng Fang pointed to Multi-Byte Encoding Problems in GlassFish that have been fixed in recent releases.
The nice thing about Continuous Improvement is that we can get these fixes to you in a very rapid manner, so you can get your word done (and let us know if the fix was not good enough!).
BTW, I just noticed that the Chinese Locale version of TheAquarium has not been updated since the summer. I'll find out more about it, but please let me know if you are interested in contributing. We also want to explore localized versions of the GlassFish Wiki.