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RE: InstantDB: from taiwan


Hello,

Since InstantDB stores Unicode Java characters, you will probably need to
convert from Big5 to Unicode in order to store them in the database (maybe
the IDB authors will know more).  At my company, we've successfully done the
conversion using Java's ability to read a file in the Big5 encoding and
translate the characters to Unicode.  Of course, you would then have to
convert them back to Big5 when you wanted to use them.

Dan Reese
Clearstone Corporation


-----Original Message-----
From: owner-instantDB@enhydra.org [mailto:owner-instantDB@enhydra.org]On
Behalf Of ffmm
Sent: Thursday, April 19, 2001 1:46 PM
To: instantdb@enhydra.org
Subject: InstantDB: from taiwan


dear staff:

 does instantdb support directly read/write big5 characters to the database
?

i am a user from taiwan...and most of my data are containing big5
characters...

how should i do ?

looking forward your feedback...

thanks you very much

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