I am really new to PostgreSQL and I seem to have an encoding problem. I come from Greece and I would like to make queries using greek characters too. I chose to write my database using encoding UTF8 and everything worked just fine creating it, until I tried to make a query using greek characters. I created the whole database using pgadmin, and I entered greek characters simply through it.
I tried to make the query through JDBC but this was impossible, receiving a message saying :
relation "??????????" does not exist
where the relation's name is in greek characters. Despite fact that the relation is normally created, named and filled using greek characters, I could not make the query.
In addition trying to make the same query through the query tool of pgadmin, I receive the same answer and of course null results. I don't know if it matters, but I am using Windows XP and PostgreSQL 8.1 with JDBC 3. I have checked everything that has to do with the java part of encoding and I cannot find anything wrong. The fact that I could not make the query through the pgadmin query tool, shows that the problem lays at the PostgreSQL part.
What could I do? Can anyone help me?
Thank you in advance,
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