On Thu, 2001-08-30 at 18:41, Barry Lind wrote:
> Is your database compiled for multibyte support? And what character set
> is the database you are connecting to created with? (to get the
> database character set do a 'psql -l'). If the answer to the first
> question is no or the answer to the second question is 'SQL_ASCII', then
> only 7bit characters are supported.
> > Ok, I tried all the drivers currently available at http://jdbc.fastcrypt.com.
> > They all seem to correct the problem with long (>8k) SQL statements, but
> > they're all broken considering Portuguese characters like áéíóú (aeiou with
> > accent)... they are replaced by question marks (?)... any ideas? Should I try
> > to compile my own drivers? How?
> > BTW I am using JDK 1.3 from Sun (Solaris and Linux)...
For portugese you should be using -E LATIN1
RedHat Linux on Sony Vaio C1XD/S
Macromedia UltraDev with PostgreSQL
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