On Thu, 4 Mar 2004 kenr(at)redergaard-it(dot)no wrote:
> I'm experiencing a decoding problem with PG 7.3.4 and the latest
> Postgresql JDBC driver.
> When transfering the Norwegian letters øæå the JDBC driver claims that
> illegal chars are received. But when using pgAdmin this works fine.
> Are there any patches available to get pgAdmin behaviour (accepting LATIN1) ?
pgAdmin is one of the many pg clients that are in the "ignorance is bliss"
category. Java needs your encoding to be correct.
> Or do I have to pgdump, stop the production environment, alter the cluster
> to use LATIN1, and pgrestore the db ? I really hope that there is another
> way to do this...
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