On 8/25/2004 5:56 AM, Zhang Lei wrote:
> I will appreciate if you can help me!
> We are now using MySql as our application database. In this application
> multiple lanaguage should be supported. We may store mutilple langauge
> characters in the
> same table. But now I am confiused whether MySql supports this feature.
You will need MySQL version 4.1 or newer, which is not officially
released but only available as unsupported ALPHA-software.
> I've tested with Korean, Janpanese, and Chinese, using java database
> driver. The url seems like this:
> mysql://localhost/dbname?autoReconnect=true, but this didn't work. When I
> Korean characters, for example in the database, the characters display as
> "???????". Even if I just copy Korean characters directly into the
> database, the result was the same.
> Is there any problem with MySql database, or, Is there any problem with
> the java url I used? How can I get MySql support mutilple worldwide
> Thanks in advance!
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