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I'm using FCKEditor for my CMS based web site thru which I save my site data in HTML format and the site is developped using ASP and MS ACCESS as backend.

So far the site was of single language (only Enlish). But now I need some of the pages in Korean language which will have to be managed using the FckEditor and I think this can be done using UNICODE. But I don't know how to handle and/or insert and/or retrieve UNICODE data and display them using ASP and MS ACCESS.

Is it possible ? or is there any example / resource / articale available regarding that ? Do I need to change the field data type (the data type I used is: MEMO) ?

Jun 21 '07 #1
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