(2011/04/04 22:47), Josef Springer wrote:
> Hi Hiroshi,
> the parameters are bound as an UTF8-encoded bytearray. Because the
> interface is controlled by a Smalltalk application, i think the codings
> does not help you:
> /bytes := v asByteArrayEncoding: #'utf-8'.
> p copyAt: 0 from: bytes size: (size := bytes size) startingAt: 1.
> p at: size put: 0
Unfortunately I know nothing about Smalltalk.
Anyway *Unicode* means UTF-16 as for the drivers.
Could you try to give utf-16 strings?
> Josef Springer
> Hiroshi Inoue wrote:
>> (2011/04/03 20:50), Josef Springer wrote:
>>> Hello everybody,
>>> I have detected some strange behavior updating columns with Unicodes
>>> PostgreSQL 8.2.5
>>> Database encoding: UTF8
>>> ODBC: PostgreSQL Unicode Version 08.02.04.00
>>> I am updating via ODBC a column (character varying nnn) of a record to
>>> an unicoded string.
>>> Updating by using the command as one parameterblock
>>> 'UPDATE adresse SET company = ''Seifert und Partner KG € 文件'' WHERE id
>>> = 1'
>>> works right. (the whole parameterblock is encoded to UTF8)
>>> Updating the record by using the command 'UPDATE adresse SET company=?
>>> WHERE record.id=?'
>>> and providing the arguments for ? UTF8-encoded in an extra buffer
>>> destroys the columns content.
>>> If i update the column with an UTF8 encoded character in the default
>>> range (the EURO Sign €), it works.
>>> Can anybody give me some hints ?
>> How do you bind the parameters?
>> Hiroshi Inoue
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