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Re: iso-8859-2

From: Ennio-Sr <nasr(dot)laili(at)tin(dot)it>
To: ppp <ppp(at)ppp(dot)pl>
Cc: pgsql-novice(at)postgresql(dot)org
Subject: Re: iso-8859-2
Date: 2004-09-11 14:00:43
Message-ID: 20040911140043.GA2791@deby.ei.hnet (view raw or flat)
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* ppp <ppp(at)ppp(dot)pl> [070904, 10:44]:
> Hi all
> I need to use polish charset in postgresql and it should be iso-8859-2.
> But i dont know how to make postgresql use it. I try :
> initdb -E ISO-8859-2	but it choose LATIN2 insteed iso :(.
> also in psql SET CLIENT_ENCODING TO 'ISO-8859-2' doesn't work propertly.
> Any sugestions?
> THANKS

AFAIK Latin2 and ISO-8859-2 are the same ;)
May be you need load the relative charset ? Or, if you are importing
from another doc to use konwert or recode?
Try man charset and similar.
HIH,
	Ennio

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