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From Szymon Stasik <szymon.sta...@3dart.pl>
Subject Re: encoding, encoding, encoding...
Date Thu, 25 May 2000 16:29:42 GMT
Pawel Pesz wrote:
> 
> "Szymon Stasik" <szymon.stasik@3dart.pl> wrote:
> > Pawel Pesz wrote:
> >>
> >> "Donald Ball" <balld@webslingerZ.com> wrote:
> >>> [...]
> >>> Where do you set the encoding when using the mysql driver?
> >>> i don't see any encoding options in the standard JDBC API
> >>> - or am i just not looking in the right places?
> >>
> >> There are two connection properties for this:
> >>
> >>   useUnicode -> <boolean>
> >>   characterEncoding -> <encoding>
> >>
> >> They are actually documented in MM driver's (v. 2.0 pre5)
> >> tutorial :-)
> >
> >
> > yep - however seting those doesn't seems to help :((
> 
> Ah, I forgot to mention that you need to have MySQL
> compiled to handle "exotic" ;-) encodings (at least
> as far as version 3.22.X is concerned -- I haven't
> used 3.23.X).

plain mysql seems to be enough to get correctly encoded (eg. as-is) data
from MySQL without aditional settings (of course I need to recompile for
apriopriate sorting)

=>

there is one more encoding problem in cocoon :(


Szymon.

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