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From Travis McCauley <tw...@virginia.edu>
Subject Re: JSTL SQL
Date Wed, 29 Jan 2003 20:51:03 GMT
Never mind, I was thinking MySql not MS SQL Server. That certainly 
will not help you.

Sorry,
Travis

>What?
>
>-----Mensagem original-----
>De: Travis McCauley [mailto:twm4g@virginia.edu]
>Enviada em: quarta-feira, 29 de janeiro de 2003 16:51
>Para: Tag Libraries Users List
>Assunto: Re: JSTL SQL
>
>
>Is it possible that the data already in the database is encoded as
>unicode? That might explain what you are seeing in your output. It's
>possible you just need to configure your browser for unicode or you
>might need to add the following parameters to the connection string
>you give the JDBC driver.
>
>useUnicode=true&characterEncoding=UTF-8
>
>Travis McCauley
>UVA
>
>>Using the JSTL's sql implementation when I query information from a
>>microsoft sql server for some characters i get '?' in place of quotes or
>>other characters.  When i edit this information with my application the
>>correct values are displayed.  The '?' only appears from data already in
>>the database.
>>
>>Is this a jdbc driver isssue?
>>
>>Thanks,
>>-Jeff Wilder
>
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