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[Two Byte Language]Does jConnect support two-byte Language?

2 posts in JDBC Connect (product renamed to JConnect) Last posting was on 1997-04-17 22:13:19.0Z
Yochi Yeh Posted on 1997-04-17 15:35:00.0Z
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Subject: [Two Byte Language]Does jConnect support two-byte Language?
Date: Thu, 17 Apr 1997 15:35:00 GMT
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I encounter a problem that use jConnect to insert data in

chinese(Traditional Chinese,Big5,2byte).Does jConnect support
Chinese?

if yes,how do I do it?

if no,will the future version support ?

Yochi


David Clegg Posted on 1997-04-17 22:13:19.0Z
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Yochi Yeh wrote:
>
> I encounter a problem that use jConnect to insert data in
>
> chinese(Traditional Chinese,Big5,2byte).Does jConnect support
> Chinese?

NO

>
> if yes,how do I do it?
You cannot.

>
> if no,will the future version support ?
Yes, we plan to add support for this in the next release -- still
haggling over what other features will go in that release, so we
have not got a firm date for when it will be available yet.

dave