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Hi All,
I have some problem with jconnect6.0 JDBC drivers, I am unable to store some turkish special characters into sybase 12.5. After storing it to DB display become ?, when ever a read it back to the display become ?

Examples ş and ğ, so when ever a store these two characters it goes into db, but when I read back I get it as '?'.

please someone help me to resolve this.

I use statement.setString(). I will not be able encode it and store since few other applications too accessing the same table.
 
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Hi All,
I fixed the problem through opening the connection in utf8 format.

I added one more entry to open the connection along with username and password, now its working (prop_.put("CHARSET","utf8")).

Thanks Guys.

Sanju.
 
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