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CHARSET iso88597

2 posts in Windows NT Last posting was on 2000-04-22 07:52:06.0Z
Basilt Posted on 2000-04-20 13:12:28.0Z
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Subject: CHARSET iso88597
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Hello :-)
We need to make our ASE 11.5 support greek characters, (display column names
in greek) Searching sybase I understand that i have to copy char iso 8859-7
tables to the \\sybase\charset\iso88597 direcctory. \such directory does not
exist on our installation . What can we do?
Thanks
Bill T


Basilt Posted on 2000-04-22 07:52:06.0Z
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Basilt <basilt@ane.gr> wrote in message
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Hello :-)
We need to make our ASE 11.5 support greek characters, (display column
names
in greek as well as data) Searching sybase I understand that i have to copy
char iso 8859-7
tables to the sybase\charset\iso88597 direcctory. \such directory does not
exist on our installation . What can we do?
Thanks
Bill T