I created a DB with SQL_ASCII encoding but I want to change it to EUC_JP.
Can I do this without creating a new database? I didn't find a way in the
set server_encoding = EUC_JP;
My understanding is that the encoding is purely information and doesn't
actually affect the data stored in the DB. Is that right?
The reason I want to do this is that my java app is corrupting Japanese
Kanji. I suspect that the JDBC driver uses this information. VB apps using
ODBS seem to be fine.
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