ISO-8859-1 is not supported


#1

I download some BPMN example from OMG website, then trying to open these BPMN files with camunda modeler.

found following warning

Imported BPMN diagram with 1 warning  [warning]
> unsupported document encoding <ISO-8859-1>, falling back to UTF-8  [warning]

It would be more user friendly if ISO-8859-1 supported by camunda modeler.


#2

@zhangchao camunda will support ISO 8601 formats


#3

@aravindhrs ISO 8601 is only concerned with time & date formats unlike the mentioned ISO 8859-1, which is also called Latin-1. This standard is used to en-/decode many latin based languages.

Afaik models created by the Camunda Modaler are using UTF-8 only.