David Harel napsal(a):
> I'm new here. I work on a site that uses postgres version 8.1.5 and
> database encoding ISO_8859_8. When I sort select requests using order by
> the "weight" of the characters seem to be really funny (but consistent).
> It seems to me that if I create a "phantom" converted field such as:
> SELECT field convert(field, "ISO_8859_8" ,"UTF8") as field_utf8 ORDER BY
> Then the sort will be OK however, I get the error:
> Query failed: ERROR: character 0xd7 of encoding "ISO_8859_8" has no
> equivalent in "UTF8".
> Is it due to a "bad" character in the content?
> Can I get rid of it like find/replace?
> Can I change collate for a given table/database?
You can use only one encoding per database. It means you convert data from UTF8
to ISO_8859_8, but you store it back into UTF8 encoded field. Probably strcoll
function is confused with illegal UTF8 character which has been created by your
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