Le Mardi 26 Février 2002 09:46, Dave Page a écrit :
> I forgot I added the query types (that was a recent change to support the
> session recorder). Something like that will probably do it, yes. From a
> sensible user interface point of view, you could select the system encoding
> when logging on (that would be server-wide - would that be a problem), and
> the data/user encoding from the SQL window, but default to the system
> encoding if a different selection has never been made.
Hmm, you are right, now I understand that client encoding is set for all
databases... because it is a PostgreSQL variable.
This solution works for me. Shall I add pgServer->ClientEncoding?
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