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  1. #1
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    Unanswered: ISO8859-4 JDBC for latvian characters - how does it work???

    Hello,

    I have a problem in showing adresses from customers in the database correctly on the java-client over jdbc.
    If i use dbaccess with the terminal putty and the characterset 8859-4, I can see all the special characters correctly.
    How can I use the ISO8859-4 over JDBC connection? I tested it with DB_LOCALE and CLIENT_LOCALE but I get an error message, if I use another then en_US.8859-1: "Unable to load locale categories"
    Why is it with "putty" so easy (without DB_LOCALE,CLIENT_LOCALE set) and over JDBC or JAVA so hard to understand?
    Is there anybody out there who can give me a hint, please?
    Or an example for jdbc-connection for another special country?

    Best Regards,

    Juergen

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    Re: ISO8859-4 JDBC for latvian characters - how does it work???

    Originally posted by meckymesser69
    Hello,

    I have a problem in showing adresses from customers in the database correctly on the java-client over jdbc.
    If i use dbaccess with the terminal putty and the characterset 8859-4, I can see all the special characters correctly.
    How can I use the ISO8859-4 over JDBC connection? I tested it with DB_LOCALE and CLIENT_LOCALE but I get an error message, if I use another then en_US.8859-1: "Unable to load locale categories"
    Why is it with "putty" so easy (without DB_LOCALE,CLIENT_LOCALE set) and over JDBC or JAVA so hard to understand?
    Is there anybody out there who can give me a hint, please?
    Or an example for jdbc-connection for another special country?

    Best Regards,

    Juergen
    Hi Juergen,

    I do not be sure but test with export DBNLS=[0|1|2], then run dbaccess.

    Gustavo.

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