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JDK-5013984 : regression: Java IM not working on Windows platforms
  • Type: Bug
  • Component: client-libs
  • Sub-Component: java.awt
  • Affected Version: 1.4.2_05,5.0
  • Priority: P2
  • Status: Closed
  • Resolution: Fixed
  • OS: windows_2000,windows_2003,windows_xp
  • CPU: generic,x86
  • Submitted: 2004-03-16
  • Updated: 2005-04-26
  • Resolved: 2004-04-23
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Description
Platform: Windows2003, WindowsXP
JDK	: tiger-beta2 b42
Locale	: ja

From tiger beta2 b42, java IM don't work. This problem was seen on Windows only.

To reproduce,
1. place WuBi.jar (attached) in j2sdk1.5.0/jre/lib/ext.
2. launch Notepad demo in sdk.
3. Select WuBi IM and try inputting kanji.

Comments
CONVERTED DATA BugTraq+ Release Management Values COMMIT TO FIX: 1.4.2_05 generic tiger-beta2 FIXED IN: 1.4.2_05 tiger-beta2 INTEGRATED IN: 1.4.2_05 tiger-b49 tiger-beta2 VERIFIED IN: 1.4.2_05 tiger-beta2
2004-06-14

EVALUATION The reason of this regression is that "KeyChar" value in the KEY_RELEASED event of Ctrl+Space is changed between b41 and b42. On b41, if the user presses Ctrl+Space, KEY_RELEASED.getCharCode() returns the character code for Space (0x20), but on b42, it returns CHAR_UNDEFINED. ###@###.### 2004-03-16 Name: ssR10077 Date: 04/07/2004 This bug is a regression caused by the fix 4978105: Applets in Plugin on Windows can't see dead keys as KeyEvents The original bug was caused by the fact Win32 API function ::ToAsciiEx changes internal window key state on attempt to translate key-code of dead key if the dead key is not actually pressed on keyboard. The dead keys are special keys for typing of dotted and capped composite symbols is some locales such as German, Portuguese, Czech and so on. To avoid calling ::ToAsciiEx on WM_KEYUP the code skipped all key events it thought related to dead key and so didn't pass them to Java. The original fix of 4978105 was to use special key-code parameter for ::ToAsciiEx corresponding to released key on WM_KEYUP. This fix caused the 5013984 regression as ::ToAsciiEx on all platforms except WinXP ceases to correctly translate released key key-code to correct key-char. The new fix is to save in hash-table the key-code to key-char translation between KeyPress and KeyRelease so on the KeyRelease we can simply return saved translation. If on KeyRelease the hash-table doesn't have translation for key-code it's translated using ::ToAsciiEx. The fix is tested on Win98, W2K, WinXP and with Japanese IME. ====================================================================== Name: rpR10076 Date: 04/21/2004 The fix for this bug also resolves 5031725. ###@###.### ======================================================================
2004-06-11

SUGGESTED FIX Name: ssR10077 Date: 04/07/2004 *** /export1/ssi/tiger/webrev/src/windows/native/sun/windows/awt_Component.cpp- Tue Mar 23 14:52:34 2004 --- /export1/ssi/tiger/webrev/src/windows/native/sun/windows/awt_Component.cpp Tue Mar 23 14:52:33 2004 *************** *** 27,32 **** --- 27,33 ---- #include "awt_Window.h" #include "awt_Win32GraphicsDevice.h" #include "ddrawUtils.h" + #include "Hashtable.h" #include <jawt.h> *************** *** 3280,3287 **** return FALSE; } ! UINT AwtComponent::WindowsKeyToJavaChar(UINT wkey, UINT modifiers, BOOL isUp) { // If the windows key is a return, wkey will equal 13 ('\r') // In this case, we want to return 10 ('\n') // Since ToAscii would convert VK_RETURN to '\r', we need --- 3281,3298 ---- return FALSE; } ! UINT AwtComponent::WindowsKeyToJavaChar(UINT wkey, UINT modifiers, TransOps ops) { + static Hashtable transTable("VKEY translations"); + + // Try to translate using last saved translation + if (ops == LOAD) { + void* value = transTable.remove((void*)wkey); + if (value != NULL) { + return (UINT)value; + } + } + // If the windows key is a return, wkey will equal 13 ('\r') // In this case, we want to return 10 ('\n') // Since ToAscii would convert VK_RETURN to '\r', we need *************** *** 3368,3401 **** // instead of creating our own conversion tables, I'll let Win32 // convert the character for me. WORD mbChar; ! UINT isUpFlag = isUp ? (1 << 15) : 0; ! UINT scancode = ::MapVirtualKey(wkey, 0) | isUpFlag; int converted = ::ToAsciiEx(wkey, scancode, keyboardState, &mbChar, 0, GetKeyboardLayout()); ! ! switch (converted) { // No translation available -- try known conversions or else punt. ! case 0: if (wkey == VK_DELETE) { ! return '\177'; } ! else if (wkey >= VK_NUMPAD0 && wkey <= VK_NUMPAD9) { ! return '0' + wkey - VK_NUMPAD0; ! } ! else { ! return java_awt_event_KeyEvent_CHAR_UNDEFINED; ! } ! // Dead Key ! case -1: ! return java_awt_event_KeyEvent_CHAR_UNDEFINED; ! default: ! // the caller expects a Unicode character. WCHAR unicodeChar[2]; VERIFY(::MultiByteToWideChar(GetCodePage(), MB_PRECOMPOSED, (LPCSTR)&mbChar, 1, unicodeChar, 1)); ! return unicodeChar[0]; } } MsgRouting AwtComponent::WmKeyDown(UINT wkey, UINT repCnt, --- 3379,3417 ---- // instead of creating our own conversion tables, I'll let Win32 // convert the character for me. WORD mbChar; ! UINT scancode = ::MapVirtualKey(wkey, 0); int converted = ::ToAsciiEx(wkey, scancode, keyboardState, &mbChar, 0, GetKeyboardLayout()); ! ! UINT translation; ! ! // Dead Key ! if (converted < 0) { ! translation = java_awt_event_KeyEvent_CHAR_UNDEFINED; ! } else // No translation available -- try known conversions or else punt. ! if (converted == 0) { if (wkey == VK_DELETE) { ! translation = '\177'; ! } else ! if (wkey >= VK_NUMPAD0 && wkey <= VK_NUMPAD9) { ! translation = '0' + wkey - VK_NUMPAD0; ! } else { ! translation = java_awt_event_KeyEvent_CHAR_UNDEFINED; } ! } else ! // the caller expects a Unicode character. ! if (converted > 0) { WCHAR unicodeChar[2]; VERIFY(::MultiByteToWideChar(GetCodePage(), MB_PRECOMPOSED, (LPCSTR)&mbChar, 1, unicodeChar, 1)); ! translation = unicodeChar[0]; } + if (ops == SAVE) { + transTable.put((void*)wkey, (void*)translation); + } + return translation; } MsgRouting AwtComponent::WmKeyDown(UINT wkey, UINT repCnt, *************** *** 3415,3421 **** UINT modifiers = GetJavaModifiers(); jint keyLocation = GetKeyLocation(wkey, flags); UINT jkey = WindowsKeyToJavaKey(wkey, modifiers); ! UINT character = WindowsKeyToJavaChar(wkey, modifiers, FALSE); SendKeyEventToFocusOwner(java_awt_event_KeyEvent_KEY_PRESSED, nowMillisUTC(msg.time), jkey, character, --- 3431,3437 ---- UINT modifiers = GetJavaModifiers(); jint keyLocation = GetKeyLocation(wkey, flags); UINT jkey = WindowsKeyToJavaKey(wkey, modifiers); ! UINT character = WindowsKeyToJavaChar(wkey, modifiers, SAVE); SendKeyEventToFocusOwner(java_awt_event_KeyEvent_KEY_PRESSED, nowMillisUTC(msg.time), jkey, character, *************** *** 3455,3461 **** UINT modifiers = GetJavaModifiers(); jint keyLocation = GetKeyLocation(wkey, flags); UINT jkey = WindowsKeyToJavaKey(wkey, modifiers); ! UINT character = WindowsKeyToJavaChar(wkey, modifiers, TRUE); SendKeyEventToFocusOwner(java_awt_event_KeyEvent_KEY_RELEASED, nowMillisUTC(msg.time), jkey, character, --- 3471,3477 ---- UINT modifiers = GetJavaModifiers(); jint keyLocation = GetKeyLocation(wkey, flags); UINT jkey = WindowsKeyToJavaKey(wkey, modifiers); ! UINT character = WindowsKeyToJavaChar(wkey, modifiers, LOAD); SendKeyEventToFocusOwner(java_awt_event_KeyEvent_KEY_RELEASED, nowMillisUTC(msg.time), jkey, character, *************** *** 5922,5928 **** } } ! modifiedChar = p->WindowsKeyToJavaChar(winKey, modifiers, FALSE); bCharChanged = (keyChar != modifiedChar); break; } --- 5938,5944 ---- } } ! modifiedChar = p->WindowsKeyToJavaChar(winKey, modifiers, AwtComponent::NONE); bCharChanged = (keyChar != modifiedChar); break; } ======================================================================
2004-06-11