Tom Lane wrote:
>"Dario V. Fassi" <software(at)sistemat(dot)com(dot)ar> writes:
>>>SQL_ASCII is not an encoding (it's more like the absence of knowledge
>>>about an encoding). What is the data actually stored as?
>>Yes you are right , the original data come from a DB2 with CodePage
>>IBM-850 and was inserted without complains in a Postgres 7.3.6 with
>Ugh. You'll have to work out how to convert that codepage to one of the
>encodings that PG supports. Or else add it as a supported encoding
>(I'm not sure how hard that is, but it's not out of the question).
> regards, tom lane
Ok, I'm interested is do that , but someone is the development group
would give me some assistence to get a start point to work with.
I program in Java, C, and less frequently in C++.
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