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Problems using PGAdmin III

Hi All,
I've a problem using PGAdmin III. When I click on one of my functions the
definition pane shows an empty function (with the correct header and footer
but with no body). Pg_dump shows everything correctly. What can be the

My other problem is that PGAdmin won't handle '?' (euro) sign. It shows the
previously correctly enterd data (by means of other tools) but it won't
insert or update it in the correct way. It shows a '?' (question mark)
instead. I think the problem can be near the unicode character sets but I'm
not sure what to do.

Can anybody help me, or tell me the address of a PGAdmin list - if exists.

Thank you,
-- Együd Csaba

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Le Dimanche 26 Octobre 2003 14:30, Együd Csaba a écrit :
Can anybody help me, or tell me the address of a PGAdmin list - if exists.

Dear Együd,

A lot of information about pgAdmin3 can be found on http://www.pgadmin.org web
site. You can register the support mailing list from:


The euro display problem is an encoding problem. The euro sign is not part of
an ASCII database. Whenever you would like Euro support, choose:

Database->Create Database and select dropdown menu:
Latin9 (Iso-8859-15) or Unicode encoding.

Give us more details about the function problem and we will make our best to
help you. Let's continue on pgAdmin3 mailing list... What version of pgAdmin3
are you using (answer us on pgAdmin3 mailing list)?

Best regards,
Jean-Michel Pouré
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