I'm not much experienced in encoding.
> You can clearly see my latin1 request followed shortly by the latin9. I
> have examined the ODBC code and it looks like the culprit is a code page
> of 1252.
It could be interesting to see mylog output from Windows.
I don't understand well why it choose latin1 and then latin9.
Don't you specify 'set client_encoding to latin1' in DataSource
I'm new developer since 08.01 version so please be patient with me.
> Am I tracing this right? What do I do about? Suggestions, please!
You could use way of unicode driver. It use UTF-8 so no error occurs
with latin 1 x latin 9.
It means you may use "PostgreSQL Unicode" driver instead of
To other developers:
Another one user points to problems with win1252 -> Latin 9 mapping.
It seems to me that Latin 9 isn't right default choise for win1252.
What do you mean?
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