On Thu, 2011-04-21 at 09:35 -0400, Jerry Schwartz wrote:
> >-----Original Message-----
> >From: ?? [mailto:tyzhaoqi@stripped]
> >Sent: Thursday, April 21, 2011 7:09 AM
> >To: mysql
> >Subject: mysql deal with specail character problem
> >I have a table that the field a is primary key;
> >I insert a record like this
> >insert into table(a,b,c) values('?????',1,1)
> >Then i insert a record like this
> > insert into table(a,b,c) values('?????',1,1)
> >mysql post a error execute failed: Duplicate entry '?????-1-1' for key 1;
> >it is strange, the primary key field is not the same, but i get this error.
> >any one can help me?
> [JS] What is the character set and collation for that field? Please post the
> output of
> SHOW CREATE TABLE x\G
> (Please use the \G, so that the output will fit in your message better.)
> There is something wrong with the way your data is going in, because the
> commas are not being seen properly. You are putting in
> but MySQL is showing
> in the error message! That is a clue.
> I have put plenty of Japanese and Chinese characters into my database, so
> don't give up hope.
Doesn't the '?????-1-1' mean that it's a joined key? so the 3 fields
he's inserting, are part of a multi-field key... but to me, it looks
like the characters are not being seen, or converted to a UTF-8 style
format, rather than the chinese (korean/japanese) character set.. ?
sorry if i am out of line here...