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Re: Problems using PGAdmin III

From: Andreas Pflug <pgadmin(at)pse-consulting(dot)de>
To: csegyud(at)vnet(dot)hu
Cc: "Pgadmin-Support (E-mail)" <pgadmin-support(at)postgresql(dot)org>
Subject: Re: Problems using PGAdmin III
Date: 2003-10-26 18:20:54
Message-ID: 3F9C1086.5020704@pse-consulting.de (view raw or flat)
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Együd Csaba wrote:

>Dear Jean-Michel,
>I'm succeeded to subscribe this list. Thank you.
>
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>>You can register the support mailing list from:
>>http://www.pgadmin.org/pgadmin3/support.php#support_list
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>Done.
>
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>>The euro display problem is an encoding problem. The euro sign is not part
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>of
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>>an ASCII database. Whenever you would like Euro support, choose:
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>>Database->Create Database and select dropdown menu:
>>Latin9 (Iso-8859-15) or Unicode encoding.
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>To tell the truth it wasn't what I wnated. Actually I can insert the euro
>sign via ODBC using pure SQL_ASCII encoding. PGAdmin can display the euro
>sign. The only problem is that it can't display which was inserted with it.
>I can't use unicode encoding, because the client machines are win9x which
>does not support unicode (as far as I know). It's not a crucial problem, but
>it's an inconvenience.
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You *can* use unicode, if you set the client encoding to a codeset your 
machine supports (might be Latin9). SQL_ASCII looks convenient, but when 
it comes to multilanguage it's a real pain, so it's better to designate 
what the data really is.

Regards,
Andreas



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