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Re: Restoring wrong accents

From: José Roberto Motta Garcia <garcia(at)cptec(dot)inpe(dot)br>
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Subject: Re: Restoring wrong accents
Date: 2007-11-26 18:58:23
Message-ID: 474B174F.8050503@cptec.inpe.br (view raw or flat)
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You where right. It's ok now, it was the old one "If you want it to be
done correctly do it yourself".

Tks a lot.

Jose Roberto M. Garcia, MSc
Analista de Sistemas - Grupo Banco de Dados
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Tom Lane wrote:
> =?ISO-8859-1?Q?Jos=E9_Roberto_Motta_Garcia?= <garcia(at)cptec(dot)inpe(dot)br> writes:
>   
>> We're having problems restoring the characters correctly here. We have a
>> 8.1 PG on Suse created with LATIN1 and pt_BR. As a latin language we use
>> several special chars like á, ã, ç, í, etc.
>>     
>
>   
>> We made a dump -a and after restoring it to an also 8.1 PG on Suse
>> created with LATIN1 and pt_BR we noticed that a lot of these special
>> chars weren't restored correctly. We couldn't notice any rule for that,
>>     
>
> It seems highly unlikely that you actually had the same encoding in both
> cases, since if that were the case no conversion would have occurred.
> Please double-check the two database encodings.  Also, what encoding is
> called out in the first few lines of the dump file?
>
> 			regards, tom lane
>   

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