It would be a bad idea to modify PG_Stream, as this will affect the
LargeObject support which must be kept binary.
Also, what version of the driver are you using, as there has been a lot
of changes recently.
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From: Bartek Teodorczyk [mailto:barteo(at)it(dot)pl]
Sent: 14 October 1999 11:35
Subject: [INTERFACES] JDBC: Default encoding problem
I've noticed crossplatform problem using encoding in JDBC interface.
I want to use ISO8859-2 characters in my database and accessing from
java interface in Windows and Linux.
Default encoding in Linux is - ISO8859-2 but in Windows CP1250 and
during transmission via Input/OutputStream some localized characters are
truncated to '?'.
I've hacked a little JDBC inteface and my proposition is to change in
1. use InputStreamReader except InputStream
2. use BufferedWriter except BufferedOutputStream
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