How to put traditional Chinese text into Unicode Oracle 9i database via Internet Explorer

Discussion in 'Java' started by bjwang@acs.com.tw, Dec 23, 2004.

  1. Guest

    Hello wisers,

    We are testing a system which is developed on top of Oracle 9iAS. The
    client PCs are using Internet Explorer to access the system. We are
    sure that the Oracle 9i database server is set to use Unicode. The
    Oracle 9i database server and Oracle 9iAS server are now running on
    English Windows 2000 server. With client PCs running on traditional
    Chinese Windows 2000 or traditional Chinese Windows XP, via Internet
    Explorer we put traditional Chinese text into the system then query the
    data again, it displays in inverted question marks.

    1. How to resolve the problem?
    2. Does the Internet Explorer View -> Code Unicode (UTF-8) setting
    controls content display as well as keyin?
    3. Or the system controls the code interpretation of keyin?
    Thanks,

    Bruce
    , Dec 23, 2004
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  2. steve Guest

    On Thu, 23 Dec 2004 13:18:08 +0800, wrote
    (in article <>):

    > Hello wisers,
    >
    > We are testing a system which is developed on top of Oracle 9iAS. The
    > client PCs are using Internet Explorer to access the system. We are
    > sure that the Oracle 9i database server is set to use Unicode. The
    > Oracle 9i database server and Oracle 9iAS server are now running on
    > English Windows 2000 server. With client PCs running on traditional
    > Chinese Windows 2000 or traditional Chinese Windows XP, via Internet
    > Explorer we put traditional Chinese text into the system then query the
    > data again, it displays in inverted question marks.
    >
    > 1. How to resolve the problem?
    > 2. Does the Internet Explorer View -> Code Unicode (UTF-8) setting
    > controls content display as well as keyin?
    > 3. Or the system controls the code interpretation of keyin?
    > Thanks,
    >
    > Bruce
    >


    1.wrong group.
    2. you have to use a utf8 char set inside the database. ( this has NOTHING
    TO DO WITH the char set on the clients of the server.)
    3. you may have to re-build hte database from scratch , using export , then
    import.
    steve, Dec 24, 2004
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