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Subj:   Re: Statement not recognizing latin char set
 
From:   Parkhe, Vishal

You can use java method getCharSet()/getCHARSET() to verify your current CHARSET

And then use java method setCHARSET for particular transaction using setCharSet(java.lang.String CharSet)/setCHARSET(java.lang.String CharSet).

Character set for a particular session to the Teradata Database. The supported character sets include:

* ASCII

* LATIN1_0A

* KANJISJIS_0S

* KANJIEUC_0U

* LATIN9_0A

* LATIN1252_0A

* HANGULKSC5601_2R4

* SCHGB2312_1T0

* TCHBIG5_1R0

* UTF8

* UTF16 (UTF16 cannot be used with Kerberos or LDAP authentication.) Note: The EBCDIC character sets are only supported on MVS. The default value is set to ASCII.


Reference : Teradata Driver for the JDBC Interface (Release 03.02.00)


- Vishal



     
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