When your Java talks to non-Java anything, the Unicode is easily broken.
You have to make sure what you insert into the db is actually Unicode.
From: Chris Czeyka [mailto:czeyka(at)skwea(dot)co(dot)jp]
Sent: Sunday, April 22, 2001 1:29 AM
To: pgsql-novice(at)postgresql(dot)org; pgsql-jdbc(at)postgresql(dot)org;
Subject: [JDBC] Lost in unicode?
Hello to all,
I compiled postgresql with unicode support:
later I create the DB: createDB JMdict -R UNICODE
\encoding shows UNICODE
so far, so good...
As java natively speaks unicode(UTF-8), just naively wrote strings of
into the DB.
But actually they reside as "?" in the Database.
this doesn't seem to be UNICODE support, i.e. I am probably missing
as of how I can enter data as unicode.
Hopefully you might help me out there, as I'm probably not the only one
the ned of UNICODE and Java.
best greets & cheers,
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