Peter Eisentraut wrote:
>>Here is a test (run in pgadmin III):
>>1. createdb db1 -E Unicode
> Probably your locale does not support Unicode. You need to pick an
> encoding that matches your locale or vice versa.
Is there any way to check?
I have other programs reading and writing Unicode on this
computer without problems.
>>BTW, the locale for traditional chinese in postgresql.conf is
>>set to "traditional-chinese" literally. Shouldn't it be
> That depends on what locale names the Windows operating system
Are you using the locale routines in mingw?
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