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Remote scripting language problem

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Hello, I have a problem that it seems easy but its really not.
I am using Microsoft remote scripting for a site that I am making.
Everything is going pretty good except one thing. My values which I want
to store in the database(this procedure takes place in the calling page)
are being stored with wrong and wuth no sence characters.
So far I understood that using remote scripting for languages more than
English is impossible.
Am I right or is there a tip for using it for every language eg Hindi
etc etc?
Please, I need an answer to this because I am trying to solve this
problem for more than a month.

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Jul 22 '05 #1
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Can you insert the correct characters WITHOUT remote scripting in the
picture? Are you using nvarchar as the SQL datatype?

Jeff
"Dimitris" <va*****@hotmail.com> wrote in message
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Hello, I have a problem that it seems easy but its really not.
I am using Microsoft remote scripting for a site that I am making.
Everything is going pretty good except one thing. My values which I want
to store in the database(this procedure takes place in the calling page)
are being stored with wrong and wuth no sence characters.
So far I understood that using remote scripting for languages more than
English is impossible.
Am I right or is there a tip for using it for every language eg Hindi
etc etc?
Please, I need an answer to this because I am trying to solve this
problem for more than a month.

DEVBuilder.org, http://www.DEVBuilder.org
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Jul 22 '05 #2

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Hello,
thank you very much for your reply. I am the same person (Dimitris) but
for a reason I cant reply with this name.

To the point.
First of all, I am using access for the current project, so nvarchar has
nothing to do with.
Last month I was trying to build a chat with remote scripting. A chat
without database of course. I had the same problem. For my debugging
purposes, the value(greek letters) I was submitting in the chat, it was
returning in the room in the same way e.g. "??????".
I really dont know what to do for it. First of all, I really dont know
if I am loosing my time, in case that remote scripting can be used for
languages more than English... Really dont know. I would be REALLY happy
if someone could tell me that he used in the past remote scripting for
chinese for example...
Thanks again for your reply.

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Jul 22 '05 #3

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Again, I would recommend getting "remote scripting" out of the picture, and
getting your interface to work locally. Have you EVER got the problem
letters to display correctly?

Jeff

"Apollon Olympious" <va*****@hotmail.com> wrote in message
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Hello,
thank you very much for your reply. I am the same person (Dimitris) but
for a reason I cant reply with this name.

To the point.
First of all, I am using access for the current project, so nvarchar has
nothing to do with.
Last month I was trying to build a chat with remote scripting. A chat
without database of course. I had the same problem. For my debugging
purposes, the value(greek letters) I was submitting in the chat, it was
returning in the room in the same way e.g. "??????".
I really dont know what to do for it. First of all, I really dont know
if I am loosing my time, in case that remote scripting can be used for
languages more than English... Really dont know. I would be REALLY happy
if someone could tell me that he used in the past remote scripting for
chinese for example...
Thanks again for your reply.

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Jul 22 '05 #4

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No matter locally or else. The problem remains.
Also, I never had problem with letter by using something else than
remote scripting.

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Jul 22 '05 #5

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