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Multi Language Support [message #90921] Mon, 10 December 2001 01:30 Go to next message
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Registered: March 2000
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Hi All,
We are building an web application in java. It must support all the languages. ie. The user can fill up his login profile in any language he likes. What should be done at the oracle level to achive this?
I have created all the tables with nvarchar2 and nchar data types instead of char and varchar2. And we are insert the data as follows "insert into demo values (N'shravan')" Here the table demo contains one column of nvarchar2 data type,. If i don't prefix N then it goves char mis match error. Is this correct way of doing it? If yes,
Till here its fine. But if we use prepared statement in java we get the same "char mis match error". We would like to use prepared statement. What is to be done here? I hope i made myself clear.


Re: Multi Language Support [message #91225 is a reply to message #90921] Wed, 05 June 2002 03:34 Go to previous message
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Registered: November 1999
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Have you resolved the problem yet, I have but only with 9i drivers, But i really need a solution for 8i, can you provide me with some links, resources, help etc...
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