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Message Posted: Fri, 30 Jan 2004 @ 16:47:45 GMT
I think you are an easy customer. ML accepts UTF8, and UTF8 is specifically designed to handle multibyte encodings. So, ML should be able to support them as well. OK, kanji might be extra difficult but the variable length of characters in UTF8 is a common feature. It should work when you mix together the simplest two-byte characters and usual Latin-based characters. The latter use the one-byte encoding.
Just for the reference, what is the version(s) of ML that you tried out?
I agree that for ML loads the database should not be kanji enabled. You need to enable kanji if you plan to use kanji characters in metadata (table and column names, compression values etc.)
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