> i wonder if the odbc driver is sending a default client_encoding to
> the server. if so, what client_encoding? how can i determine it? if
> not, how i know what client encoding my platform uses?
psqlODBC tries to do it automatically for you. If you want see what
client_encoding is used enable mylog output and there is called
set client_encoding in the relative begin of mylog.
> applications got weird results ;). Well the point is in VB i can't
> send arbitrary commands to the server so how i set it, is the odbc
> doing it? can i change the encoding the odbc is sending?
The psqlODBC has strange behaviour. It set automatic client_encoding
_after_ user defined connection settings. So you could change the
client encoding only from application. You could call
set client_encoding SQL statement.
I hope I have answered you
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