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From:Robert Hazeltine Date:June 8 1999 7:07pm
Subject:Data in Multiple languages
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I notice that the Manual refers to setting up MySQL with one language,
mainly European and (western European).

Is there a pointer to storing data in Asian languages in MySQL (as
distinct from error messages), specifically Chinese and has anyone tried
storing, say, English and Chinese in the one database.  Or would it be
better to run two databases?  The preference would be one database running
on Solaris 2.6 (there's not a lot of the second language).

Any comments?

Robert Hazeltine                      Member of UWSN Web Management Group
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Data in Multiple languagesRobert Hazeltine8 Jun
  • Re: Data in Multiple languagesChristian Mack8 Jun