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Troubles using German Umlauts with JDBC

From: "Alexander Troppmann" <talex(at)globalinxs(dot)de>
To: pgsql-jdbc(at)postgresql(dot)org
Subject: Troubles using German Umlauts with JDBC
Date: 2001-09-04 13:16:45
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  we have troubles with German umlauts (e.g.: äüÖ) using the Postgresql JDBC
  driver form the 7.1.2 distribution... already tried to debug our Java
  software but it seems that the database driver modifies the umlauts in any
  way - a debug before any INSERT or after a SELECT query shows that the
  umlaut "ü" for example gets lost on the way though the JDBC driver...

  So e.g. the attribute city='München' gets "M\?nchen" when testing the JDBC
  driver using a simple Java program.

  Any idea what happens?

  Best regards,
  Alex T.


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