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From Michael Wentzel <>
Subject RE: charset problem
Date Thu, 04 Jan 2001 17:17:05 GMT
> I think the most likely cause is that it is your SQL
> statement that is throwing an exception when you
> try to insert non-ascii characters into a text column
> in the database.
> Java text is all based on UNICODE, so it is unlikely
> that tomcat has any problems at all with special
> characters. 
> So the point for *you* to check is whether your
> SQL is being run, and if so whether it is throwing
> an exception. 
> If you can confirm that your SQL is not being
> run at all (ie that the problem *is* somewhere in
> tomcat) then I suggest you post again.

As a starting point for your inserts make sure your database
is configured to use an appropriate character set as we as
if your SQL is formed correctly.

Michael Wentzel
Software Developer
Software As We Think

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