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Hi,
I'm using jdk1.3 and oracle9i in sun os.
The character set of the database is set to ShiftJIS (also tried with UTF8). I'm able to store and retrieve katakana(japanese) values using sqlplus from a jp nt machine.. if I use jdbc to retrieve the values it is displayed as '?'. I've tried using getBytes also, it doesnt seem to work.
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Vels
 
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I suppose that this is server side problem (JSP etc.)I assume you database is properly setup with charset moreover if your Oracle database is set to use UTF-8(or other appropriate), then the JDBC drivers should be doing the conversion
Can you post your code?
[ February 07, 2003: Message edited by: varun Khanna ]
 
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